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Bankroll, 2nd edition: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films [Kindle Edition]

Tom Malloy

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Bankroll is written for actors/producers and writer/producers to get their feature films made. It has many creative approaches and guidance by a successful Hollywood producer who has raised over $20 million dollars.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 773 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 242 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1615930892
  • Verlag: Michael Wiese Productions; Auflage: Second Edition, Revised (29. April 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0087GZ28Y
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Aktiviert
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #284.325 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Book on Film Fundraising 14. Oktober 2009
Von Richard A. Rossi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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***** Five Stars out of Five! Best book on film fundraising yet! It really gave me a shot in the arm to raise money for my next feature. It's written from a practitioner, not a theorist perspective, in other words Tom has done it from scratch and writes in a conversational style. Artists sometimes forget the second word in "show business" is business, and Tom demystifies the business of bankrolling features in the indie world. God bless you Tom for selflessly sharing your insights, may He multiply back to you everything you have and give.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE HAIR-RAISING -- Maybe good for inspiration, but don't you dare solely rely on it. 23. Dezember 2009
Von D. Gregory - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have over 35-years experience in Hollywood, and I partly agree with Chris Doyle's one-star review on this book--though I'd be a bit less harsh. I'd pay $2 for what I believe would actually come to two pages of useful info. And I know that Chris *did* indeed read the book because I did too and felt much the same way.

But I do admire Malloy for his positive energy--even if he does resort to repeating trite motivational sales tales we've all heard before (like the "x number of no's to get to a yes" bit) and--worse yet--echoing "The Secret".

I certainly found his opinion of entertainment attorneys & how to deal with them to be spot on.

But his opinion of most sellers at the AFM is far more positive than mine, and suggesting that any novice producer go down there is like leading lambs to the largest wolf-pack of idea-thieves on the planet.

Malloy's examples of pitches (and the "hype" vocabulary he utilizes in them) make him sound like a two-bit hustler and are a joke to anyone who knows what real intelligence-based & heart-based investors actually respond to. I was terribly amused by the pathetic rationales Malloy gives for some of the statements he uses in his pitches too.

He doesn't seem to ever point out that a film's sales and the amount of those sales that are actually returned to an investor are two different things, either. Real ROI is much more difficult to calculate than Malloy implies.

In fact, there were times when his advice nearly made my hair stand on end.

If Malloy indeed raised the money for the films he lists, then I assure you he had a lot of help from others in ways he purposely does not mention in this book.

Years ago, the infamous Chase Revel wrote in an editorial in Entrepreneur Magazine that "enthusiasm and positive energy are excellent and necessary to have, but that you can't let them blind you to the realities of the business you're in." He was right. Regardless of how much enthusiasm you have, you must consider sound business research AND THE LAW in your decision-making.

If you're raising movie money, do not rely on Malloy or Dov Simens' books alone--lest you find yourself in serious violation of securities laws.

I would additionally recommend the books by John Cones and Louise Levison at the very least.

But Michael Wiese's publishing of Malloy's tome here (without serious content revisions) now makes me want to carefully examine any book published under his label before I buy it.

It's traditional for authors to get their friends to post gushingly positive reviews for their books when they're first listed here on Amazon. I'm afraid that that's what's going on in here, too.

Raising movie money is NOT easy, not in the least--not in any way, shape or form. Such statements were likely planted in the other reviews just to get you to buy this book. "It's easy," you read. "Wow," you thought! "Sign me up! I'll buy it if it'll indeed tell how easy it is."

SUCKERS!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Independent Filmmaker's "The Little Engine that Could" 8. Januar 2010
Von C. Lang - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I thoroughly enjoyed this book on a subject that I initially thought would be pretty slow going. I was very surprised that this excellent reference book was also an entertaining and personal glimpse into the passion and energy of a man completely focused on his career as an actor in films.
This book will entertain you, educate you, inspire you and motivate you to keep your focus and get the "gold" so that you can make your film. Make sure you have your highlighter, pencils, and "Post-it" as you read this book because you'll want to reference it many times as you prepare your plan to produce your dream film.

And even though this book is focused on film financing, I would recommend this book to anyone who has an idea to sell because the cause, the work, the desire and the need is the same.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A GREAT Way To Start Your Film Prod. Career &/Or Book Collection 1. September 2009
Von Chris Lark - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Long story short: Tom Malloy's Bankroll is a GREAT place to start your Film Production career &/or book collection! Now: for what's it worth (FWIW) 10 years ago it was REAL hard trying to find books on Film Production anywhere. Of course back then there were lots of good books on screenwriting, acting & directing. But now in 2009 the Film Prod. world finally has a solid canon of classic books that try to mentor you in the best way about the world that helps put the worlds of the 3 subjects I just mentioned together.

I still wish that most of the books now considered classics on the Film Prod. world had come out 10 years earlier. To find some of these classics just do a search for authors like Dov S-S Simens, Greg Merritt, Paul Mason & Don Gold, Eve Light Honthaner, Gunnar Erickson, Louise Levison, Sara Caldwell and Deborah S. Patz (I'm sure I've forgotten a few more authors.) I should also mention the equally great but more specific books on financing your film by Morrie Warshawski, John W. Cones & Adam P. Davies and books on film budgets & contracts by Deke Simon & Mark Litwak respectively too. But Bankroll easily becomes a new classic in the film production book genre because of 2 things.

Tom's book is 1) an uplifting, funny & a little bittersweet auto-bio on his past & current life in the film production world (no wonder he's also a motivational speaker) and 2) a handy guide on what to do & not to do if you choose to be a film producer (especially in the investor area.) But aside from his valuable advice & tips on film prod. (for ex.:Chapters 9 - 13 on approaching investors) it's his deep enthusiasm for film production that really grabs you and leaves you with the biggest impression after reading it. I certainly didn't think anybody had THAT much devotion to film production but any book that tells you to quit your dayjob and actually has chapters called "Getting It Done" and "Taking Action!" surely isn't playing around.

So again Bankroll is a fantastic place to start your film production career and/or bookshelf. I'm currently moving on with my film prod. career and his book has me more charged up to continue MORE than books by most of the authors I mentioned earlier.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen So You Think You Can Produce? 14. September 2009
Von Derek Rydall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book is equal parts inspiration and perspiration. Not so much Tom's, but mine -- reading it made me sweat! Raising money for a movie is both easier than I thought, and like some kind of extreme sport, and Tom details it all. What's truly inspirational is that Tom had a dream: to be an actor, writer, and even dancer -- and he made his own luck in every one of those areas. He didn't let anything stop him, and he didn't wait for anyone to approve of him or hiw work, he just went out and made it happen. What's more, he didn't just do the outer work, he did the inner work; he understood that he had to develop his mindset just as much as his skill set. All of this and more is in this book. He walks you through the practical steps to raise the money to make your movie, including a whole list of different kinds of approaches, from the Ten-Arm Approach to the Dangerous Approach. And he does it all in an easy-to-read, entertaining way. Whether you're an aspiring producer, writer, actor, or director, this book will give you the tools to make your dream a reality. Read it, then go out and make a movie!
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