This updated edition of John W. Cones’s now classic guide to independent film financing includes a discussion of new federal laws. Focusing on feature films, the comprehensive guide is also relevant to projects such as short films, documentaries, videos, multimedia presentations, and theatrical endeavors.
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John W. Cones is a securities and entertainment attorney based in California. He is the author of The Feature Film Distribution Deal, Film Finance and Distribution—A Dictionary of Terms, and Film Industry Contracts.Review:
"Cones’s 43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film includes something for everyone. The book is well suited for independent filmmakers who wish to learn how film financing occurs throughout the industry and how to converse with their attorneys about legal arrangements when they discover potential investors for their film projects. For attorneys new to the area of film finance, the book is a valuable resource and an educational tool that combines the elements of basic business industry practices with important legal considerations. [The book] also offers concise reference material for attorneys who deal extensively with filmmakers and with film finance." Entertainment and Sports Lawyer
"Cones shows you how to pay the bills by detailing the four major areas of film finance industry, lender, investor, and foreign financing. . . . [He] analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the method under discussion and provides detailed analysis of active and passive investor vehicles and foreign tax shelters and incentives." Films in Review"
[Cones provides] valuable pointers and insights to the burgeoning producer." Boxoffice
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