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Film-financing the traditional way

Thursday, October 11, 2007
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A SQUARE :: 11Oct07 Film-financing the traditional way
Category Film Financing
Author Sona Blessing
“Gap” deals actually further dilute risk by allowing us to take a first position across all territories worldwide.
This is a very labour intensive business. It calls for active, “hands on management". It also calls for flexibility and the need to constantly track and follow productions from start to payoff.
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