I was in Manhattan's Four Seasons Hotel, sitting across from a Wall Street guy who had already rejected me twice about investing in my latest independ...
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The most important development in film financing over the last decade is the drastic expansion of state tax credits for film production.
The good news from mostly upbeat panelists was that money is loosening up and the trauma of the global economic collapse seems to be over.
One adage you take away from film school is "make sure it's all up on the screen." But sometimes the behind-the-scenes story is so compelling that it actually elevates the material on screen, like in Alejo Mo-Sun's low-budget epic, Hirokin.
Indie filmmakers are always looking for money. Now enterprising producers have discovered an unprecedented new resource for funding: they're going online and hitting up their audiences.
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