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Filmproposals, the site for Independent Film Makers serious about raising film financing. They offer 100s of tools, templates, articles, contacts and resources for both new and experienced movie producers.

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independent film financing published by https www filmproposals com
Independent Film Financing

Published Byhttps://www.filmproposals.com

i believe there is an art and science to dealing

I believe there is an art and science to dealing with independent film financing. The art is being able to find money to make a movie and the science is being able to use that money wisely. It's a tragicomedy of sorts when a filmmaker is able to secure money to make their movie only to burn through it before they can finish their movie. Running out of money can happen during filming or post production. Have a look at Film Business Plan Templatefor more info on this.

The art of film financing can be difficult for some filmmakers because they are looking at their potential movie from a creative perspective. Making movies is a business. Filmmakers need to package their movie with investors in mind. Unless you're totally self-funding a movie you're going to need to apply standard business principals to attract other people's money (OPM).

movie investors by nature are risk takers because

Movie investors by nature are risk takers because it's not like they are putting money into a blue chip stock. They are investing in a screenplay, director, cast, and film crew. What motivates movie investors to put hard earned cash into financing a film vary. Most common motivations I've experienced are they want to make a profit, they just flat out want to be involved with the making of a movie, or they believe in you as a filmmaker (that's the best in my view). Or all three! You may want to check out Film Investors for more.

Before you begin approaching investors do a few things first. Get a website or blog up about your upcoming movie. Post what the movie is about, who is involved, and how movie investors can contact you. It does not have to be flashy.

basics are good a movie poster full synopsis

Basics are good. A movie poster, full synopsis of what the movie is about and any other information you want people to know about your movie. Prepare an investor pitch package and save it on PDF to email out. I like to include a mock movie poster, a killer tagline (snappy slogan used to hype a movie), a brief concise synopsis (summary of the plot), attachment from key cast and crew. When people get serious you can send them a full version of the screenplay, rough budget and what compensation you are offering (potential return on investment stuff). The science of independent film financing is how to budget money once you get it. It's a lot harder then it might sound. Sadly, many indie movies go unfinished because the filmmaker runs out of money. Sure, there are times a "Force Majeure" (superior force) comes into play stopping a movie from ever getting finished. I strongly suggest you to visit Film Proposalto learn more about this.

summary filmproposals the site for independent

Summary:

Filmproposals, the site for Independent Film Makers serious about raising film financing. They offer 100s of tools, templates, articles, contacts and resources for both new and experienced movie producers.

Visit this site to learn more:

https://www.filmproposals.com