Welcome to Filmproposals, the site for Independent Film Makers serious about raising film financing. We offer 100s of tools, templates, articles, contacts and resources for both new and experienced movie producers. FilmProposals is here to teach you what you need to know to get your film financed quickly.
How ready are you to find film investors? Have you mapped out your production, marketing and distribution plans? Have a variable budget ready to adjust if necessary? Is your film investor value proposition clear? Do know the different types of investors and which documentation you need for each?
If you are ready to ASK for something...STOP. RIGHT. NOW!
You must have an attractive offer for investors.
Our Movie Investor Package will teach you to turn your ASK upside down into an OFFER!!!
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Learn how to prepare for, attract, find and get film investors.The most important thing to know about film investors is that you must offer them something. If your opening is "here is what I need," then you need to get far more serious about film financing. Learn to turn your ask into a compelling offer with our Film Investor Guide.
With over 1000 ways to finance your movie, filmmakers have more financing options and resources available than ever before. You can combine any number of film and documentary grants, prizes, investors, contests, festivals, film financing companies and much more to get your film made. Read: 1000 Ways to Finance Your Movie
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