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New List Of Future Film Investors

By Ted Hope | Hope for Film March 13, 2011 at 4:19AM

Producers pride themselves in sourcing new financing sources. There generally is not a large supply of eager new money to leap into film biz. One agency has even taken to refusing to share with the producers they are representing the sources they are submitting to, for fear that they won't be the new financiers' preferred suppliers. Knowledge is power, but transparency is progress. Which is why I am excited to share this list with you...
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Producers pride themselves in sourcing new financing sources. There generally is not a large supply of eager new money to leap into film biz. One agency has even taken to refusing to share with the producers they are representing the sources they are submitting to, for fear that they won't be the new financiers' preferred suppliers. Knowledge is power, but transparency is progress. Which is why I am excited to share this list with you...

You almost would expect a financier list to be the sort of thing that is found on Wikileaks. I do think we are entering a period when free culture moles inside the agency world (yes, they have been planted and are digging away furiously), will start to drop documents on the Deadline desks, but this list did not come from such a source.

The Film Biz is always a bit obsessed with lists. Box Office. Highest Paid. Most Powerful. Most Number Of Twitter Followers &Facebook Friends. You'd think ability to get movies made would always be something that Industry-ites would track a bit more thoroughly. Well, until we start do this, I am pretty thrilled to be offered THIS LIST annually. So who on it do you already know? What can we do to get them into this world a bit more thoroughly? I don't know about you, but I am going to head off to China next month. Isn't that what any self-respecting film producer should do? Let me know if you have anyone over there you think I should meet.

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