Bankroll: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films
At a Glance
Tom Malloy’s fresh approach to financing demonstrates that there is money all around you that you can start tapping into right now. His clearheaded strategy gives you the tools and confidence you need to put dreams into action.
Bankroll is the book that all filmmakers have been waiting for. It deviates from the traditional business-oriented film books that tell you how to get grants and explain how studio deals work but leave you at square one. Bankroll gives you the precise and practical details of how the author has raised over $15 million in the past four years for a number of independent feature films. Now – there are no excuses. Go bankroll your film!
PART I – Getting Started Chapter 1: Welcome to Indiewood Chapter 2: Why You Need This Book Chapter 3: What No One Else Can Do
PART II – Prepping the Project Chapter 4: Selling Yourself on the Project Chapter 5: Creating the Business Plans Chapter 6: Practicing the Pitch Chapter 7: Summing Up – The Five Steps
PART III – Funding Your Film Chapter 8: Finding the Money Chapter 9: Starting the Train Chapter 10: The Ten-Arm Approach Chapter 11: The Vested Interest Approach Chapter 12: The Networking Approach Chapter 13: The Finder’s Fee Approach Chapter 14: The Distributor Approach Chapter 15: The Attachment Approach Chapter 16: The Dangerous Approach Chapter 17: The Structured Approach Chapter 18: The Law of Attraction Chapter 19: Getting It Done Chapter 20: Closing Chapter 21: The Special Tips Chapter 22: A Note on the Future of the Film Business Chapter 23: Taking Action!
Appendix A: New Sample Business Plan Appendix B: Books for Review Appendix C: Websites and Other Resources
- Publisher Michael Wiese Productions
- Date available: 08/14/2012
- Publication date: 05/08/2012
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Meet the Author: Tom Malloy
Tom Malloy most recently wrote, produced, and starred in Love N’ Dancing, a West Coast Swing dance film directed by Rob Iscove (She’s All That). Starring opposite Tom are Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White. He is also a nationally known motivational speaker for high school students