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Niche Entertainment Financing

Thursday, June 05, 2008
Niche entertainment financing has traditionally been the realm of pvt investors but with a marked increase in the output of top quality HD-film projects & the avalanche of capital into alternative investments, there are investment opportunities.

A SQUARE :: 05Jun08 Niche Entertainment Financing
Category Entertainment Investing
Faculty Steve Morales
Expertise Entertainment Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
A key difference between entertainment financing adopted by the Hollywood studio model and in producing independent films (like we do), lies in the timing and certainty of payments to the “above line talent”, such as actors, directors, and writers.
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