Bankroll

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Michael Wiese Productions, Jun 1, 2009 - 205 pages
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There is one golden rule in Hollywood: He who has the gold makes the rules. At the end of the day, a film can have every other element in place, yet if it lacks financing, it's never going to happen. This book explains how to get the gold.
 

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Must have book for first time producers

User Review  - Randy - Borders

I picked this book up and I was not disappointed. The book is concise and well put together. It is broken down into usable information with real world examples. The author uses his own bad experiences ... Read full review

Review: Bankroll, 2nd edition: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films

User Review  - Goodreads

After hearing Tom Malloy speak I bought and read his book. This is an honest and revealing first-hand account of how film finance for indie films has changed. Tom is not afraid to reveal the secrets ... Read full review

Contents

Welcome to Indiewood
1
TM Past Films 4 IV Summary of Films
5
Film Industry Overview
11
Why Do You Need This Book?
33
What No One Else Can Do
39
Selling Yourself on the Project
49
Creating the Business Plans
59
Appendix D
64
The Finders Fee Approach
137
The Distributor Approach
149
The Attachment Approach
159
The Dangerous Approach
171
The Structured Approach
177
The Law of Attraction
183
Getting It Done
189
Taking Action
197

Practicing the Pitch
95
Finding the Money
109
Starting the Train
119
The TenArm Approach
129
Books for Review
199
Websites and Other Resources
201
About the Author
205
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