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The next section of your PPM, following the Summary of the Offering, is Your Movie and the Film Industry.
The anticipated MPAA rating of your film
Is it available for prospective investors to read?
Synopsis of the Film
List of Filming Locations
If known – which should also factor into a possible Tax Credits
Type of Film - HD, 35mm, etc.
Days or Weeks of Filming - anticipated
Not the days of the week, but the number of days and weeks.
Weeks of Post - anticipated
Most filmmakers think only of getting their film ‘in the can.’ However, even if you’re looking only for production coin, how can any investor take you seriously if you haven’t thought out your post-schedule?
Keep in mind that these are not just elements of a PPM, but also of a proper film business plan. If you can answer these, then you can continue to build the financial structure you will pursue in regard to your film. If it seems daunting, check out our Film Business Plan Services.
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