The Art of Film Funding, 2nd edition: Alternative Financing Concepts

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Have you ever found money hidden in the pages of a book? Here's your chance.

In this new and updated edition of the Art of Film Funding, veteran fundraiser and filmmaker Carole Dean tells you everything you need to know to get your film project off the ground. This book should be the centerpiece of every filmmaker's research library and financing strategy.

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Overview

Have you ever found money hidden in the pages of a book? Here's your chance.

In this new and updated edition of the Art of Film Funding, veteran fundraiser and filmmaker Carole Dean tells you everything you need to know to get your film project off the ground. This book should be the centerpiece of every filmmaker's research library and financing strategy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615930913
  • Publisher: Wiese, Michael Productions
  • Publication date: 7/1/2012
  • Edition description: Second Edition, Revised
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 262
  • Sales rank: 809,954
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Carole Lee Dean gives three film grants a year valued at more than $100,000 and is operating President of a nonprofit company now partnered with Indiegogo for fiscal sponsorship for crowdfunding. She is well versed in creating and marketing online campaigns. While running a successful film and tape business in NYC, Los Angeles, and Chicago for 33 years, she created 130 episodes of HealthStyles and Filmmakers, now housed in the National Archives. She coined the phrase “short ends” when she created this $50 million per-year industry. She was instrumental in the emergence of the independent filmmaker by selling new rolls and ends-of-film at reduced prices to emerging filmmakers like John Cassavetes. She travels worldwide, devoting her time to writing, creating grants, and supporting filmmakers.

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Table of Contents

ntroduction: Louise Levison, author, Filmmakers and Financing

Chapter 1 Commit or Be Committed Chapter 2 The Perfect Pitch Chapter 3 The Proposal Chapter 4 From an Idea to a Trailer Chapter 5 Building Fund Raising Trailers Chapter 6 Editing Your Trailer Chapter 7 Loading the Bases Chapter 8 Winning the Mind Game Chapter 9 The Feature Film Game Chapter 10 The Roar of Crowdfunding Chapter 11 Internet Marketing (Hybrid Distribution)
Chapter 12 Raising Funds from Individuals Chapter 13 Archival Footage Chapter 14 Foundations and Grants Chapter 15 Tenacity Pays Off (ITVS winning proposal)
Chapter 16 Transmedia Proposal Chapter 17 Music Licenses & Permits Chapter 18 Financing Independent Films Chapter 19 Distribution Chapter 20 The Money Maze of Public FundIing Chapter 21 Mission, Vision, and Values (M. Warshowski)
Chapter 22 Budgets Chapter 23 Legal Chapter 24 Stretching Production Dollars Chapter 25 Insurance Chapter 26 Lights, Camera, Action!

APPENDIX Production Resources for Public Television Internet Search Tools Databases, Resources & tools Organizations Funders (over 100)
Production List

 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2013

    The Voice of Experience!

    Calling upon colleagues, past grant recipients and including websites, email addresses and phone numbers to individuals willing to help documentary makers and filmmakers, Ms. Dean provides an excellent starting point and refresher for anyone beginning their fundraising journey.

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