The film proposal, film business plan and film revenue projections templates are comprehensive documents to plan your film as a successful business. This step-by-step guide will show you how to raise film funding and make money for investors.
1. FILM PROPOSAL
A film proposal is where you put together the concept that describes your film in visual terms . Explain the approach to the subject, the style, and organization of the material, the setting, characters and plot.
This film proposal template sets out why you are the best person to make this film, why your approach is unique and must be told. This is your opportunity to tell funders what your project is all about and make them want to finance your film.
2. FILM BUSINESS PLAN
The film business plan template contains film finance analysis of the industry, a production plan and what it will cost to develop and operate your film business.
3. THE BUDGET
Let's get an estimate of what the costs are going to be , create your film budget by department, shooting days and location. This film budget template included in the Business Plan Package is divided into four sections: above the line (creative talent), below the line (direct production costs), post-production (editing, visual effects, etc.), and other (insurance, completion bond, etc.)
4. FILM REVENUE PROJECTIONS
With the film revenue projections template you can predict how much your film is going to make by researching comparable films (similar in budget, genre and distribution pattern) from the Box Office (theatrical, DVD, broadcast and VOD) figures to estimate a high, low estimated income for your film.
5. DISTRIBUTION CONTRACTS
The distributor sales agent database and distribution contracts will guide you to prospective sales for your film. Detailed list of who to contact and what genre they would be interested in. This contracts package is included in the film revenue projections package.