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Our extensive archive of resources and seminars covering all aspects of distribution including U.S. and foreign sales, film festivals, distribution strategies, VOD, theatrical and alternative releasing and more.
Independent Film Financing
Our extensive library of seminars and resources covering all aspects of independent film financing including traditional and alternative funding methods (pre-sales, debt financing, equity, crowd funding) and in-depth lectures on the legalities surrounding film finance.
EFM 2015 Roundup + Market Intel Report
EFM 2015 Roundup + Market Intel Report In this webinar we discuss the trends and takeaways from the 2015 European Film Market. . . . More
2014 AFM Wrap Up & Takeaways
2014 AFM Wrap Up & Takeaways This month’s FS members webinar is dedicated entirely to discussing the 2014 American Film Market, including market trends and take-aways. . . . More
Top 14 Indie-Friendly International Buyers at AFM®
Top 14 Indie-Friendly International Buyers at AFM® Our compilation of the top indie-friendly international distributors at AFM® across traditional distribution channels. . . . More
Independent Film Packaging
Effective packaging for independent films is key to attracting financing and distribution opportunities. Period. Our packaging seminars and resources demystify how indie filmmakers can package their films smartly to increase the value of their films to potential investors and distributors.
Worldwide Film Sales Projections
So what are typical rates distributors are paying in territories around the world?
The prices distributors are willing to pay to exclusively acquire a film at any given time depends on several factors – does the film have A-list stars, is it considered commercial or have broad audience appeal in a specific region?
The rate paid for any film may vary greatly (it may be much less, or much more depending on the film) from these lists.
The following are basic guides to get an idea of the licensing fees buyers are typically paying by territory.
Unless otherwise noted as “All Rights” these lists are for films sold on a territory-by-territory basis, not for films which are acquired in a worldwide all-rights deal (all-rights deals are generally how the larger distributors or mini-majors acquire films and those films are typically acquired at the major top tier film festivals).
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