How You Can Build a Film Package For Little to No Budget

Taught by Michelle Alexandria

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Class hosted by: Michelle Alexandria

Executive Producer / Distribution at Light Year Pictures

Michelle Alexandria is a film producer and distribution consultant at Light Year Pictures. She has produced, acquired, and distributed numerous independent films over the years as well as is a producer consultant for other independent films. Michelle has been a regular attendee of the major film festivals and markets since 2002, including the Cannes Film Festival, AFM, Mip, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Paris UniFrance, and Sundance. She has been a judge for several film festivals as well as a guest speaker and panelist. She has worked in distribution, production development, and acquisitions for established film sales distributors over the years. Michelle continues to represent film investors and filmmakers, working with them to obtain strong content according to the current market. Her knowledge and experience in production and distribution has made her an invaluable asset in the entertainment industry. Michelle's producing credits include family film FIRST DOG successfully #1 on Redbox for several weeks; award winning feature film A LIFE LIVED starring Denise Richards and Jennifer Taylor of Two and a Half Men; romantic French comedy COUP DE FOUDRE A SAINT GERMAIN DES PRES; THE EXTENDABLES starring Mark Dacascos, Kevin Sorbo, and Martin Kove. Michelle also executive produced feature films GOOD GUYS FINISH LAST, SCREAMERS, TRAUMA THEROPY, and ASK ME TO DANCE. Full Bio »

Summary

So you’ve got a little bit of money ($500)...now what?

You can build a stellar development package on little or no budget.

A development package is key to be able to get the greenlight for your project. You will need to start putting together the pieces of the development puzzle - talent, director, financing and distribution - all in a way that makes sense to an investor so that if they invest in you they can get their money back.

There is this misconception that you need to have millions of dollars attached to your preliminary script or idea in order to move forward. This is not the case. If you have access to a computer, internet and passion, you can take strong steps over time to make your project become an opportunity to high-net worth individuals.

If you only have limited funds we will sort through the best places to spend that money that will yield results and not be a waste. It may seem daunting to build a package with little or no budget but here we are going to break it down to make it more digestible and easier to build an enticing package starting with things you can do from FREE, under $150, under $500 and beyond.

Your Stage 32 Educator Michelle Alexandria has over 20 years working in sales and distribution. She has personally worked on 25 feature films $6MM and under and knows what gets the attention of both financiers and distributors. In this class she will share with you what you can do regardless of your little or no budget to create and enticing package that gets noticed. You will be able to interact with Michelle and ask her any questions you have about your project! 

 

PLUS! Michelle will share with you:

  • Example One sheets
  • Example Option Agreement
  • Example Setup Materials
  • Example Top Sheet
  • Sales Projections
  • Resource List
  • Example Pitch Deck
  • Resource Lists

 

You will walk away from this class confident in your approach to creating a development package to get your project off the ground! 

 

What You'll Learn

Session 1 – Things you can do for FREE towards developing your film

In the first session we will discuss steps, resources, and actions you can take towards developing your project without spending any money. It is common to have an idea, but many don’t know what to do next. In this class you will learn several different ways to take action today without money and get a little closer to having a viable package that attracts investors to get you closer to making your film a reality. No matter what stage your project is in, you can add to and build your package to make it more attractive.

Handouts: Example One sheets, Option Agreement, etc. and a resource list

 

Session 2 – Things you can do for under $150 towards developing your film

In the second session we will continue from our initial steps and begin adding to your film package with options that cost $150 or less. Since development money is not often available to indie filmmakers, here we will discuss several options and resources you can obtain for small dollar amounts while building your film package making it even more attractive to investors, cast, or agencies.

Handouts: Example setup materials and a resource list.

 

Session 3 - Things you can do for under $500 towards developing your film

In the third session we will continue from our initial steps and start adding to your film package with options that cost $500 or less. Now you will be at a stage to present your package with confidence and will be able to have conversations with movers and shakers.

Handouts: Example Top sheet, Sales projections, etc. and a resource list

 

Session 4 – Things you can do for over $500 (but still reasonable) towards developing your film

In the final session we will continue from our prior sessions and now really add the bigger elements that will cost more depending on the project yet will make your film package viable, attractive, and inviting where investors and cast start to seek your project out. When we say more though, we are still talking indie budgets and creative ways to cut cost without cutting quality!

Handouts: Example pitch deck and a resource list

 

PLEASE NOTE: This exclusive Stage 32 class is limited and will be booked on a first come, first served basis. The opportunity to work this closely with an expert in the field is an incredibly unique and valuable opportunity. If you are interested, please do book quickly. Once the spots are gone, they’re gone for good.

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About Your Instructor

Michelle Alexandria is a film producer and distribution consultant at Light Year Pictures. She has produced, acquired, and distributed numerous independent films over the years as well as is a producer consultant for other independent films.

Michelle has been a regular attendee of the major film festivals and markets since 2002, including the Cannes Film Festival, AFM, Mip, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Paris UniFrance, and Sundance. She has been a judge for several film festivals as well as a guest speaker and panelist. She has worked in distribution, production development, and acquisitions for established film sales distributors over the years. Michelle continues to represent film investors and filmmakers, working with them to obtain strong content according to the current market. Her knowledge and experience in production and distribution has made her an invaluable asset in the entertainment industry.

Michelle's producing credits include family film FIRST DOG successfully #1 on Redbox for several weeks; award winning feature film A LIFE LIVED starring Denise Richards and Jennifer Taylor of Two and a Half Men; romantic French comedy COUP DE FOUDRE A SAINT GERMAIN DES PRES; THE EXTENDABLES starring Mark Dacascos, Kevin Sorbo, and Martin Kove. Michelle also executive produced feature films GOOD GUYS FINISH LAST, SCREAMERS, TRAUMA THEROPY, and ASK ME TO DANCE.

Schedule

Tuesday November 16 - 4pm-6pm PST

Tuesday November 23 - 4pm-6pm PST

Tuesday November 30 - 4pm-6pm PST

Tuesday December 7 - 4pm-6pm PST

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Reviews Average Rating: 5 out of 5

  • This class was exactly what I needed. Michelle shows you the tools that you can use for a successful film package. In this class she introduces different websites for cast attachments, building a website, hiring someone at a low cost. She is detailed and answers questions through out the class. Thank you Michelle for a wonderful class !!

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