FILM INVESTING – PART 2

In Film Investing-Part 1 we talked about film as a potentially attractive asset class for investors. There are, however, some aspects of a “typical” film investment that make it unattractive to some investors, many that can be avoided by diversifying in a fund, just as you would invest in a venture capital, or VC, fund that invests seed money in multiple tech companies.

To further that argument, lets clear up some common misconceptions that an investor may have heard about how films make money: Continue reading FILM INVESTING – PART 2

FILM INVESTING – PART 1

In the process of putting together funding for our feature film projects, I’ve been doing as much research as possible to gain a deep understanding of how film finance works. I figured, if I’m going to be meeting with investors and VC firms, I better know my numbers.

What I found, however, was an even more exciting pool of data that makes independent film, as one man puts it, “an attractive asset class”. Continue reading FILM INVESTING – PART 1