Here are the steps to get film funding from film investors. I will show you how to structure your project to get it ready for film finance from grants and investment companies.
The film proposal, film business plan and film revenue projections templates are comprehensive documents to plan your film as a successful business. This step-by-step guide will show you how to raise film funding and make money for investors.
The film business plan is a step-by-step guide on how to structure your film as a business and projects what your film will cost to develop and operate.
Making a film is a business and you need to follow a process to make a profit for yourself and your film investors. This step-by-step guide shows you how and where to find film finance and get your film to production.
Welcome to the adventure of making a successful film
This document is intended as a brief outline of what makes a good proposal. There is no single way to do it and the most important questions you need to answer are: What is this film about? Why am I going to make it?
Are you ready to walk 'into the room' and pitch to a decision-maker such as an agent, financier, producer, distributor or studio executive? Here are the top ten pitching tips to help you in a high-stakes situation. There are 5 Do's and 5 Don'ts:
In the United States, the value is typically based on a forecast of revenues (generally 10 years for films and 20 years for television shows), beginning with theatrical release, and including DVD sales, and release to cable broadcast television networks both domestic and international and infligh
To develop films, filmmakers use treatments, proposals or even outlines to describe and help plan a project. There is a lot of overlap between these concepts and different filmmakers use them in similar and often interchangeable ways.
Get funding before you start. It's fine to start pre-production without funding, so put together your sizzle reel, see how your subjects present themselves on camera and capture material needed for your film.