23-Page Guide with Step by Step Instructions, Links, and Statistics.
Developing and Packaging a film means gathering up the elements required to produce it, which includes the script, key production crew, key cast, and distribution required to acquire the funding you need to produce the film.
This guide lays out a straight-forward, cost effective, practical plan for turning a script into a fully funded film project.
It helps you sidestep the pitfalls and problems that beset most filmmakers and it ensures that your project, when produced, has the maximum probability of being financially successful. It also reviews estimated costs, sample service providers, and strategies for minimizing both costs and risks.
Not every screenplay can be successfully turned into a film quickly and cost effectively, and this blueprint will help you determine when the project you are working on is one that may not be a great project for you to undertake just at the moment.
This will allow you to move on to something that’s easier to get going and far more likely to be profitable, and that will let you double-back to work on the project you think you want to produce now.
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