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Filmmakers and Financing: Business Plans for Independentsby Louise Levinson
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The first, most crucial step in making a film is finding the funds to do it. This unique guide bridges the gap between the filmmaker and the business by teaching you how to create a business plan that can be presented to a potential investor. In clear, jargon-free terms, the author leads you through every step. Each chapter concentrates on a different section of the business plan, with supplementary exercises on the CD workbook.
The fourth edition contains completely revised and updated industry data, along with a new CD workbook for hands-on practice.
* A step-by-step approach to creating a business plan that will attract investor financing
* New CD-ROM includes hands-on exercises and spreadsheets for practice
* New chapter on short films
About the Author
Levison is President of Business Strategies (www.moviemoney.com), a consulting firm in Sherman Oaks, California, specializing in business plan packaging and venture capital financing. Ms. Levison is a visiting lecturer in the Department of Entertainment Studies of the Extension Program at UCLA and is publisher and editor of The Film Entrepreneur newsletter. She regularly conducts workshops on financing for organizations and at film festivals. Levison holds an M.B.A. in finance.
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