When you look at the numbers you really do want to be in the movie business. The top three mega hits are ‘Avatar’ which grossed more than $2.7 BILLION, ‘Titanic’ grossing more than $2.1 BILLION and the recent ‘Star Wars The Force Awakens’ coming in at an impressive $2 BILLION and still selling. But those are the major studio productions, big budgets with super star casts but even the little guys hit homeruns. The best ever would undoubtedly be ‘The Blair Witch Project’ which grossed a very decent $249 MILLION but was made on an initial budget of only $60,000. Later modifications took the total budget somewhere north of a half million dollars but even so the return on investment is severely impressive. But unless you are already super rich, how do you get in on this game?
Well several of the top film companies are public companies so you can just go into the stock market and buy shares of say Time Warner or SONY or Comcast [NBCUniversal]. That is not a bad way to go and over time you can receive a fairly decent return on your investment plus you have the advantage of spreading the risk over many activities which is admittedly a very good approach.
But let’s say you want to be a little more aggressive with some of your money, how do you do that? Well short of coming up with say $5 million to finance a very low budget film and then keep your fingers crossed the options are pretty limited until now.
Tiny Q Films out of America’s real Hollywood, Burbank, California has just established a method for anyone who can afford to put as little as $5000 at risk in the film making arena to do so with minimal fuss and a real opportunity for excellent return. What Q Films is doing is putting together an investment fund that it will use to partially finance film projects it deems to have superior potential. In its first project Q Films seeks to place 200 units at $5000 each for a total capital pool of $1 million. That amount will be invested in not less than two separate film projects and all returns will be shared proportionately amongst the investors as returns become available. Yes it is possible that all projects could fail resulting in total loss. Obviously Q Films will exercise extreme due diligence in selecting what it deems to be only the most meritorious projects but even so there never can be any guarantee of positive results. But then only a con artist would ever say otherwise. On the positive side spectacular returns are possible over time.
There is also another element here that many people will find interesting. Because this is a direct investment in specific film projects there is a far stronger connection with each movie project and every investor is treated as what he is, a valued member of the production team. That means you will likely get an opportunity to visit the set during filming and in some cases you may even be given an opportunity to appear in a film. So this goes far beyond a mere investment and becomes an intriguing and potentially highly rewarding way to actually be ‘in’ the film business.
The way to get full information is by simply sending your contact information by email to email@example.com . Upon receipt QFilms will send you complete information but that’s it. There will be no phone calls, unless you specifically request a call. There will be absolutely zero sales pressure or hype of any kind. You request information and you will receive complete written information and that is all. Heck, why not? The film business has sure been good to Steven Spielberg and many others so why not you?