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Make Your Movie

From: Ron N.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 5, 2010 12:04 PM

I've been in the DC Film Community for a number of years now, and though I believe the potential is here - I don't know if I fully understand it. I am getting nothing for promoting this seminar, other than - when asked if DC would be a good place to come for a 'finance your film seminar' - I said, "Without a doubt, the DC Film Community would eat this up!" Alas, they are so low on registrations they may end up having to cancel this seminar as they won't even cover the cost.

I have seen the prices of seminars, and for $79 you get an all day seminar and IF you sign up today you get a copy of his book (which cost me $20) - I really just don't get it.

If we cant' get 50 people at this seminar - than perhaps we are not the film community I had dreamed we were... 


Ron Newcomb




Want to know the secret to movies?
Those who own the financing, own the power.

and Opening Act Film Forum Presents:

"Bankroll Your Film"
by author/producer Tom Malloy

Tom Malloy successfully financed 3 films using the techniques from his new book, Bankroll. Tom is an actor who produced films as a way to further his talents. He���s raised millions for films in the past four years. that���s why Tom���s sharing his knowledge and helping other filmmakers with financing.Tom believes there is money all around you and he is right. He is full of energy and enthusiasm. You will have a marvelous time and leave his class knowing you have the tools to
finance your feature film.

This FINANCING SEMINAR is on May 15, 2010 from 10:00am to 5:00pm at The George Washington University MPA #B07,[masked]st Street NW, Washington DC 20052
(Foggy Bottom METRO, On-street metered parking) 
Everyone wants to know where and how to find names of qualified people, we know how important this is and this is one thing Tom goes over in both his book and his seminar. He can give you ideas for what to do to find investors for your specific film.

Seminar Outline:

  • Creating your business plan using the outline we give you.
  • Finding the money for your film; each film may be different so Tom has advice for all genres, including documentaries!
  • Investors, how to find and what to offer: Tom explains how he found his investors.
  • The ���First Dollar In���.
  • The Finder���s Fee Approach.
  • The Distributor Approach.
  • The Attachment Approach.
  • The Structured Approach.


To sign up, go to: 

Early registration ends on May 1st.
If you register before then you get a free copy of Bankroll, a $24.95 value!

***Listen to the teleseminar on film financing recorded on April 28*** 


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"In refreshingly frank language, Tom Malloy tells it like it is���and like it isn't. Bankroll could be the only book you���ll ever need to read about independent filmmaking���this book is the real "deal." Tom���s energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge leap off the page--if this doesn���t motivate and inspire you,
nothing will!"
--- Stephanie Austin, Producer, Terminator 2, True Lies, Behind Enemy Lines

"A superb approach to independent financing���an excelling roadmap for the first-time filmmaker."
--- Dov S-S Simens, Author, From Reel to Deal

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