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  • 1. An Introduction to
  • 2. There Is Something Magical in Film . You know it every time you sit down to that western you love or that action film that has you wishing, “if only James Bond were real”.
  • 3. Do you dream of walking down the Red Carpet ?
  • 4. Or is it the Financial Possibilities?
  • 5. Investors World Wide are Generating Income in Independent Media
  • 6. CURRENT US BOX OFFICE In Billions . Research through 2009: http://www. mpaa .org/ researchstatistics .asp
  • 7. Maybe it’s time you got in on the Action..
    • Juno – Budget $7.5M Gross $227M
    • Saw – Budget $1.2M Gross $55.2M
    • Napoleon Dynamite – Budget 400K Gross $44.5M
    • Blair Witch Project – Budget $60K Gross $240M
  • 8. HOW? There are literally thousands of possibilities out there for you to consider with hundreds of companies.. No matter the amount of research you’ll find that each of those companies has their merit, but how can you be sure they are the right investment for you?
  • 9. What if we can make that process a No-Brainer?
  • 10. Studio Productions Cost Millions
    • The rising costs of studio films are often less likely to return a reasonable rate on the investment made.
    • These projects also involve multiple investors, each with less then favorable percentages of financial return even IF the film generates income.
  • 11. Our Goal is to Solve That Problem.
  • 12. Understanding the Product throughout History
    • The history of film spans over a hundred years, from the latter part of the 19th century to the beginning of the 21st century. Motion pictures developed gradually from a carnival novelty to one of the most important tools of communication and entertainment, and mass media in the 20th century. Motion picture films have had a substantial impact on the arts, technology, and politics.
  • 13. Understanding the Product throughout History
    • During the budding years of production, cinema was a phenomenal industry commanding a capitol of over 2 billion in investments during the 1920’s. This was the beginning of studio giants, MGM, Universal, Fox, Columbia, Warner Brothers and Paramount. Over the next 75 years their pioneering advances in film and television created a legitimate multi-billion dollar enterprise… this creation has historically generated a rising net profit, even during periods of recession.
  • 14. Understanding the Product Today
    • Today, film continues to grow. With new technologies and production accessibilities, smaller independent companies are able to not only match the quality of the studio giants, but produce them at a portion of the cost therefore maximizing profit and ROI values. In fact, in 2007 North American box office figures topped $9.63 billion which is a one billion dollar increase from 2006. Analysts project on average a one to two billion worldwide box office increase in film return each year . And Independent films brought in over 10% of the total year’s box office gross worldwide.
  • 15. Discover the Opportunity …
    • The Motion Picture Association has concluded that International markets will drive global box office to $25 billion in 2010 . That’s double the 1995 total! North American box office revenue alone has climbed 59% from a yearly $4.8 billion in 1991 to $7.66 billion in 2000.
    • The Film Industry is thriving , and unlike the currently struggling Technologies, Transportation, and even Real Estate enterprises, Film continues to profit World Wide.
  • 16. Discover the Opportunity …
    • Sales of independent films to cable and network TV are rapidly on the rise. New distribution methods such as satellite and cable plus emerging digital markets like online video rentals are accelerating demand for all films presenting huge growth opportunities over the next ten years. The pioneering developments in High Definition and Internet based TV promise even greater opportunities for growth. According to Price Waterhouse Cooper, the combined worldwide filmed entertainment market will achieve sales of $118.9 billion in 2009, a 7.1% compound annual growth rate (CAGR ). These increased revenue streams mean increased distribution opportunities, earning potential and decreased downside risk .
  • 17. Intrigued by the possibilities? Allow us save you the research….
  • 18. Maybe it’s Time We Introduced Ourselves..
  • 19. -TRIWAR Mission Statement 2008’
    • At TRIWAR we express our corporate intent by constantly learning, employing good team work, orientated results, and maintaining professional standards by studying and practicing the actions and work of the best of the industry. Hollywood standards at reasonable Independent costs .
  • 20. Who Are We? President and CEO, Nicole Kruex – In addition to extensive training in sales and marketing, Nicole has taken part in over 40 productions to date. With 10 years in the entertainment field and closing in on a Bachelors degree in production Nicole is the cornerstone to a growing legacy. Producer, Alex Bodnarchek – A member of a family with a lineage in Film, Alex is a film jack of all trades with direct connections to Hollywood’s finest. With his extensive resume of 20+ years in video and commercial production, Alex is a veteran of his craft.
  • 21. Who Are We? Producer, Richard Wallace – An LA native with a history in film production and owner of a Burbank based production company of his own. Richard is our coastal representative and one pillar of many contributing to our growth. Writer, C.A. Bryers – A novelist and film aficionado, Mr. Bryers is a contributing professional to the creative process behind every TRIWAR project. With over 15 years experience, Mr.Bryers’ involvement provides a safety net to consistency in project output.
  • 22. Who Are We? Casting Specialist, Landyn Banx – Production and Actor Management. Board Member, Merle Johnson – Production Assistant. Board Member, Melon – Production Management. Legal Advisor, Steve Helland – Specializes in Entertainment Law.
  • 23. Our Business Concept (What We Do…)
    • TRIWAR Pictures is a full service media production innovator. It’s main purpose is to create high quality projects in Film, Television, and Commercial Markets that are demographically sound and internationally marketable but maintain costs of a minimum of One Million to a cap of Ten Million in budget.
    • Each Project produced will maintain levels of quality that include highly established cast and crew, and professionally written and revised scripts that pass though an experienced team of entertainment professionals.
  • 24. Operations (How We Do it…)
    • From conception each project we entertain must undergo or obtain the following BEFORE facing the desk of our investment interest:
      • Several test points of pre-committee approval.
      • Multi-member consideration in our selection committee.
      • Demographic and product placement re-writes to encourage external corporation interest.
      • A and B list casting choices that will encourage post production distribution.
      • Highest level of production crew hirable not limited to the best in commercially respected post production services.
      • Predetermined course of media, publicity, and advertisement efforts with a detailed timeline of action.
  • 25. We Operate Like a Major Studio . At a tenth of the cost..
  • 26. What About Our Competition?
    • Nationally, competition is fierce. As in all aspects of business there is a constant need to be at the top of the game, fresh and aware.
    • Locally, we outshine the “one project wonder” of other production companies in our peer circle.
  • 27. How do we Come Out on Top ?
  • 28.
      • TRIWAR is not bound to studio point systems, this allows for creativity in the field untouched by formulaic necessity.
      • TRIWAR is not genre specific. Much like major studios, we have the ability to reach every genre and demographic available therefore increasing our market value.
      • TRIWAR is budget conscious and will remain so throughout the life of the corporation. Avoiding all mega-budget attempts will maximize ROI continuously.
      • TRIWAR produces more then just film. We deal in commercial, industrial and corporate accounts which maximize profits in downtime.
      • TRIWAR minimizes local competition though smart business tactics, extraordinary marketing, and superior quality control.
      • TRIWAR Uses local teams, internships, and quality in house production techniques to minimize cost and therefore maximize ROI.
      • TRIWAR and it’s subsidiaries are NON-UNION, this alone saves thousands in costs and allows the company to make cost effective decisions without costal union control.
  • 29. Need a Coffee Break? Don’t worry, we’re almost finished.
  • 30. What can you expect from us in the years to come?
      • Up to 4 Feature films per year with positive returns of a minimum of no less then 50% above the budget.
      • Foster the sale of at least one successful Television Series per year.
      • Collect several corporate commercial accounts to generate income during down time.
      • Expand the Corporation into several departments to handle increase in business outlook.
      • Foster several charitable foundations to support the community
      • Build several community aware inner city organizations in support of student advancement.
      • Corner the market on Midwest independent film output with a competitive Hollywood level multi lot studio.
      • Annual Revenue of a minimum of 10-15M in self distribution and box office sales.
      • Established as an equally competitive independent film corporation recognized by the industry.
  • 31. What do we expect over the next three years? -Using the following avenues of revenue we expect to generate climbing annual returns-
      • Domestic & International box office release
      • Domestic and International DVD/Blue Ray Distribution (All major retailers)
      • Merchandise sales (Posters, T-Shirts, etc.)
      • Rental Sales (Blockbuster, Redbox, Netflix, etc.)
      • Book Rights and spin off (or sequel) rights
      • Television Pay Per View sales
      • Television rights
      • Music Revenue
      • Corporate Media Accounts
      • Industrial Media Accounts
      • Miscellaneous Media Accounts
      • Studio Rental Fees
      • Equipment Rental Fees
      • Film Festival and Trade Show Profits
  • 32. The Most Specific Reasons for Choosing TRIWAR
    • Unlike many of our peer competition, we have several “baskets” to cradle our “eggs” that span multiple genres and media formats.
    • Unlike many of our peer competition, the film is never first. Our concern is for marketability and return, the film will always remain a product.
    • Unlike many of our peer competition, we are NOT a do it yourself corner cutter. We will only employ the best available cast and crew talent to be sure the quality of the product remains at the highest standard affordable.
    • Unlike many of our peer competition, our goals extend further then today’s film and tomorrows festival. We maintain a corporate mindset that seeks a higher level of consciousness in the industry.
    • Last, unlike many of our peer competition, all production and company direction is handled by a team of professionals in the field. No single decision will deviate any course of events that could jeopardize the success of any one project.
  • 33. So, What’s the Bad News? If it sounds to good to be true…
  • 34. Everything Sounds to Good to be True…
    • Every business in America and beyond, no matter how carefully planned, carries with it a high risk of failure. Even as we celebrate our innovation, we must accept the costs of miscalculation or the lack of market response..
    • This company shares the same dark cloud of uncertainty, but has taken steps to minimize that result.
  • 35. Everything Sounds to Good to be True…
    • We address this by: Performing due diligence to the advertising and marketing standards of the AFMA (American Film Marketing Association), to contribute a competent percentage of budget to distribution and marketing and insure public awareness though highly visible means and measures.
    • Employ more then just “The Internet and Film Festivals” to create public awareness on a mass scale for every project including but not limited to: Corporate support through Product Placement, Television Marketing, Radio Marketing, Consumer Competition Tactics, Limited Coastal Theatrical Viewings, Multiple Distribution Options.
  • 36. That all sounds great , but what can I expect? We’re seriously almost done, honest.
  • 37. You CAN make a Fortune in Film!!
    • There is nothing stopping us from making this statement a reality except you! We have the ability, staff, the talent, and the projects waiting for the right financial team to support a win-win sound investment backed by a team of industry professionals.
  • 38. EVEN MORE POSITIVES ???
    • In addition to a generous profit, We wish to create an opportunity for a wanting benefactor to leave a lasting positive legacy .
      • Screenwriters Grant – YOUR NAME/ TRIWAR Screenwriters Fund
      • Film Scholarship – YOURNAME/TRIWAR Film Scholarship
      • Film Grant – YOUR NAME/TRIWAR Film Fund
      • Film Festival – Negotiable Title Midwest Fest that rivals Sundance.
      • Media Children’s Charities – YOUR NAME Child Foundation
      • Minnesota Media Center for Students – YOUR NAME/TRIWAR Media Center
      • TRIWAR Internship program – YOUR NAME Internship Program
    Nothing is more important to us then giving back to our community. -Nicole Kruex
  • 39. There is really only one more thing to say…
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