How to find investors for your film or theatre production.
If you're producing an independent film or any kind of theatre project, it's a safe bet that, at some point, you're going to be asking the question: “Where do I find investors?”.
Well, the answer is deceptively simple, and yet still amazingly complex. In short, investors are all around you. You just need to know how and where to look, how to approach them, and how to close the deal. Then, it's also important to service your investors by keeping them informed.
Investors all around
There are, essentially, three sources of investors for your project. They are:
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