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AFM® Case Study: Packaging, Co-Producers, & Pre-Sales

We first met independent producer Victoria Westcott of Elgin Road Productions when she enrolled in Film Specific's Producers Incubator in 2013. 18 months later she has a film that just made several pre-sales at AFM and is getting ready to go into production. She's also prepping a second film for pre-sales in 2015.

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In this case study, Victoria discusses:

    • Her slate and the backstory on each film
    • How she prioritized her slate and which projects would get the most attention in terms of packaging and financing
    • Key lessons she learned during the packaging and financing process
    • The obstacles she's encountered along the way
    • The next steps for Victoria and Elgin Road
    • What she'll do differently next time



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