I often get asked how to write a film proposal, but first we need to understand the difference between a film proposal and a film business plan.
A Film Proposal is for you to attract key cast and crew
The Film Proposal is a visual representation of how your film is going to look, your vision as a completed end-product. You use it to excite key crew and cast to come onboard your project.
The more experienced crew and cast you sign up, the more likely you will get your film produced.
1. See how to Attract Key Cast and Crew with a Film Proposal
The Film Business Plan is your presentation to Investors
Once you got cast and crew that bring value and experience to your project, then you move into the planning and financials in the Film Business plan.
This document shows your production and stages, your budget and expectations of income to satisfy your investors with profit on their investments.
2. See how a Film Business Plan brings you Investment
3. See how Film Income Predictions Calculate your Potential Income
All these documents contain the elements required by Film Investors when you present your project for film funding, but also when applying for a Film Grant, your project will be ready for submission.