I may be a financier who works within the traditional film finance model, but I'm not traditional. In other words, I like disruption and I'm open to change. Example: Crowd-funded filmmaking.
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With the Academy Awards just behind us, we should discuss what "A-List" means and more importantly, what effect it has on actually getting a film made...
The corollary to anybody being able to shoot a movie is that now everybody wants to make a movie. But no matter how easy or cheap it is to make a movie, it still requires capital.
It seems you don't have to swing a cat very far to find a project that has Chinese money attached. What's the lowdown on this foreign dough and is it for real?
The reality is, ultra low budget films have to overcome bigger obstacles to achieve lower cash returns.
indie films are competing for distribution and exhibition screens with big budget studio movies and those movies are benefiting from nifty advances in technology; primarily, innovations in 3-D.
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