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43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film: A Comprehensive Analysis of Film Finance

43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film: A Comprehensive Analysis of Film Finance
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Author: John W. Cones
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 384
Pub. Date: 2008
Edition: 3rd
ISBN-10: 0809326930
ISBN-13: 9780809326938

About the Book:

HARD TO FIND BOOK, only a very limited number of copies are still available.

John W. Cones has updated his now classic 43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film: A Comprehensive Analysis of Film Finance with a substantially reorganized and expanded third edition.

An essential reference guide for film professionals on every side of film financing, 43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film answers the question that every filmmaker and producer ultimately faces, the issue that can make or break any venture into the film industry: How do I finance my feature film? The third edition includes updated information and coverage of new options for financing.

In his clear and concise style and with expertise amassed over his nearly twenty years of experience in the film finance industry, Cones breaks financing options down into six main areas: gifts and grants, investor financing, domestic government subsidies and tax incentive programs, lender financing, international finance options, and studio or industry financing. Beginning with the forms of financing most likely to be accessible to independent feature film producers, John W. Cones proceeds to other forms that become increasingly available as the producer’s career matures.

As an objective adviser, Cones provides specific, concise information regarding the many possible financing strategies and lists the distinct pros and cons of each strategy. This guide covers the options for film financing in rich detail so that even first-time producers and filmmakers will be able to make educated and informed decisions about the best approaches to financing their films. An extensive bibliography contains additional information about each form of film finance. John W. Cones also counters much of the bad advice being provided by pseudo-professional film finance consultants and points out scams that may separate unwary film producers from their money.

Although 43 Ways to Finance Your Feature Film focuses on financing feature films, much of its information is relevant to the financing of other kinds of projects, such as short films, documentaries, videos, and multimedia and theatrical endeavours. Anyone considering making or investing in a feature film will be well served by this practical and helpful guide.

What people say:

"Cones's ...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." — Entertainment and Sports Lawyer

"[Cones provides] valuable pointers and insights to the burgeoning producer." — Boxoffice

About the Author:

John W. Cones, a securities and entertainment attorney based in California, is also the author of The Feature Film Distribution Deal. He has extensive experience in the financing of feature films, television pilots, documentaries, infomercials, live stage plays, and Internet companies.