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Barbarian - Structured Film Investment Fund

Tuesday, July 24, 2007
The Fund concentrates on films budgeted at less than USD10 mn.

A SQUARE :: 24Jul07 Barbarian - Structured Film Investment Fund
Category Film Financing
Faculty Aaron Kaufman
Expertise Film Financing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Fund acts as equity and debt investor on film projects. Projects must have more than 75% of their budget in foreign market sales estimates prior to capital deployment. Film investments are structured to include equity, debt and bank financing, regional tax credits and rebates and foreign market pre-sales.• This financial structure spans across multiple film investments and is expected to produce targeted annualised returns of 30% over the tenure of the fund
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