Published on February 20th, 2010 | by admin0
“Nuts & Bolts of Indie Film Finance” w/ Expert Financier in NYC
A letter from our friends at the IIFF.
For the very first time, the Institute for Int’l Film Financing (IIFF) brings one of its much-acclaimed Film Financing Workshops to New York City. On Saturday, Tricia van Klaveren teaches an intensive, all-day seminar designed to help you GET YOUR MOVIE FUNDED. Don’t miss this powerful learning experience.
Our expert instructor is a successful FILM FINANCIER, accomplished EXECUTIVE PRODUCER & Producer with high-profile movies to her credit, former VP at an INTERNATIONAL FILM SALES & financing company, as well as a Georgetown-educated ATTORNEY.
IIFF/NYC Film Financing Workshop with Tricia van Klaveren:
“Nuts & Bolts of Indie Film Finance: Financing Options, Deal Structures, Funding Sources”
Saturday, February 13, 2010
9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
441 W 26th Street
Carpenter Room A
New York, NY 10001
VERY LIMITED CAPACITY. Reserve your DISCOUNTED SEAT
This daylong educational TOUR DE FORCE focuses on the real-world mechanics of how to finance an independent film. It examines not only a wide variety of FUNDING SOURCES, but also the drivers & determinants of film financing success. Common FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS are explained in-depth:
o Private Equity Investments
o Tax Rebates & Subsidies
o Cost Deferments
o Gap & Supergap
o Minimum Guarantees
o Post-Production Deals
Additionally, the Workshop explores DEAL STRUCTURES for raising capital from a single or multiple parties, the role of FOREIGN SALES companies & estimates, the LEGAL DOCUMENTS involved in film financing… And much more! Highly instructive CASE STUDIES of actual films will give you the next best thing to on-the-job experience.
All details, an extensive instructor bio & AFFORDABLE TICKETS are available
Join us on Saturday! You will be trained by an IN-THE-TRENCHES EXPERT who practices what she teaches. Ms. van Klaveren has SUCCESSFULLY FINANCED numerous films over the course of her career.
Your Friends at IIFF
P.P.S.: Submit a movie project to FilmAngels, the world’s first angel investor group for film! Simply bring a summary on the 13th.