What is a Slated Member Score?

How is my score calculated?

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Written by Mary C.
Updated over a week ago

Slated profiles are divided into two main types - projects and people. Each project has an overall Project Score, and each person has a Member Score.

A Member Score is an analysis of a member’s credited work history and is used to estimate project team strength. Scores are out of 100, adjusted for inflation, depreciate over time, and factor in the following criteria: box office, profitability, series success, festival and awards, role rank, and company rank.

The score from a member’s highest scoring role will be the one displayed.

  • For example, if you have a 50 director score and a 20 writer score, the 50 would be displayed.

Members that have both film and TV credits will display the higher of these two scores.

  • For example, if you have a 50 score in producing TV, and a 20 in producing films, the 50 score would be displayed.

Festival and award nominations and wins are automatically factored into Member Scores.

Companies you work for or have worked for in the past also contribute to your score, so be sure to list them in the Work History on your profile.

  • For example, if you are an executive at a well-known sales company, your score in Sales & Distribution will be substantial.

  • If you worked at a post house for 3 years, your score for Post Production will be lifted.

Member scores show the relative strength of projects and filmmaking talents as they might be measured by their business peers. They serve as another filtering layer that can accelerate discovery, improve matchmaking, aid in packaging, and facilitate more relevant introductions across Slated.

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