Investor Financing Of Independent Films
Have you ever worried that Hollywood is a sophisticated system set up to steal your ideas, steal your scripts, and steal your money on the backside?
It's not if you know what you're doing. John W. Cones, a Los Angeles securities and entertainment attorney specializing in independent film financing, steers you away from bad advice, and toward the best investor strategies to help you hold onto more of what’s yours, and get your feature film across the finish line.
You will discover at least 43 ways to raise money for films in this information-packed DVD, including:
- The most powerful Investor Motivators
- The 5 primary Financing Scenarios (and where your film fits in)
- The extremely important difference between Active and Passive Investors
- The best and worst Investment Vehicles/Investor Deals
- The importance of Securities Regulations
Also, you’ll learn these guidelines for staying out of trouble with the IRS:
- Which fund-raising activities involve the sale of a security
- When to use a business plan vs. a securities disclosure document vs. a private placement offering memorandum
- Whether to conduct a public or private offering
- The rules associated with each type of offering
- Much, much more...
Part of the Screenwriting Expo DVD Series, this 90-minute masters course is an exceptional value.
- Manufacturer Creative Screenwriting
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 12/31/2004
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