Most filmmakers, creatives, and writers involved in the filmmaking industry don't take the time to sit down and write out a thorough business plan. It's a harsh truth that could cause issues.
From creating an outline showing how money will be allocated to make the film, to building out what it takes to pay your team, distribution costs, marketing, and every other line item that needs to be considered, business plans are often overlooked for various reasons, including the fact that they can sometimes seem cumbersome.
Jason Brubaker, an LA based film distribution executive, offers filmmakers a simple guide to aid them in writing a plan that works. There are questions you need to ask yourself before you move forward, some of which are crucial to creating an independent business plan that is solid and can ultimately protect you.
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