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Film Finance Handbook 2007/2008: How to Fund Your Film Paperback – 16 May 2007
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"A wealth of information." "-Variety," Cannes Edition
"Incredibly useful and comprehensive." -Tessa Ross, head, Film Four, on the 1st edition
"A wealth of information." "--Variety," Cannes Edition
"Incredibly useful and comprehensive." --Tessa Ross, head, Film Four, on the 1st edition
"A wealth of information." "--Variety, " Cannes Edition
"A wealth of information." "Variety, " Cannes Edition"
"Incredibly useful and comprehensive." Tessa Ross, head, Film Four, on the 1st edition"
"Really does offer a great deal of information for the independent filmmaker . . . a valuable resource for any filmmaker, whether budding or experienced." --FilmMonthly.com
"The last version was good but this is in a league of its own." --Katharine Robinson, Cheeky Monkey Enterprises
"A wealth of information." --Variety, Cannes Edition
From the Publisher
Our mission has always been to provide essential and practical
information about the film industry in a form that is easy to understand
for a beginner and useful for an expert - at a price that should suit
either. It's been seven years of work to get here, but we're delighted to
offer a global guide to film finance, with directory, extensive case
studies and country guides, for the price of a couple of DVDs.
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24 December 2007
The new global edition of The Film Finance Handbook: How to Fund Your Film is a bible on the topic. Set out in straightforward language the book is an extensive guide for those new to the industry and seasoned professionals alike. For the filmmaker starting out, the book not only guides you - using simple analogies and a dash of humour - through the complex world of film finance, it also considers the important but often overlooked practical areas of research, networking, pitching and negotiating. For the experienced producer it contains a wealth of up-to-date and timesaving information, most notably an exhaustive section devoted to international incentives and an equally extensive global funding directory. The book also includes a very timely chapter on the impact of the Internet on the film industry and explores the financial possibilities offered by this so-called `Seventh Major'. I have not been able to find a book on film finance as comprehensive as this.
8 December 2007
This books is a must read for anyone involved in the world of film finance, or who is putting together a film. It is a masterly work, accessible, very well written and clearly set out. Adam Davies is one of the most experienced film lawyers in the UK and not only knows what he is talking about, has that rare gift of being able to put it across lucidly.
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