Filmmakers need more than heart, talent and desire to realize their dreams: they need production capital. In order to merge their cinematic vision with a financial source to cover the cost, independent filmmakers must make the leap from the world of imagination and storytelling into the arena of economics and investors. Not surprisingly, finding willing investors can be the most challenging aspect in an aspiring filmmaker's pursuit of higher-budget, entertaining motion pictures. This practical guide provides detailed instructions on preparing the most important tool for recruiting investors, a persuasive business plan. Also included in this new edition are suggested ways to approach potential investors; lists of various financial sources available to Hollywood productions; and tips on spotting unscrupulous financiers. Interviews with key Hollywood producers offer real-world case studies of these strategies in action.you dona#39;t really want to tell, or wouldna#39;t be the best to tell. The other thing ... I dona#39;t want to use those examples, because they involve other people. But I can ... The camera crew wanted to know whose close-up I was going to do first. I thoughtanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Independent Filmmaker's Guide to Writing a Business Plan for Investors, 2d ed.|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2004-01-22|