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Investing In Films

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This presentation discusses the investment in Hindi / Punjabi films (India Bollywood)

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Investing In Films

  1. 1. MeriFilms Productions Investment in Films– How we reduce risk and increase returns for our investors
  2. 2. Audience You are an investor (in form of HNI, PE, VC, Angel investor,Investment manager, Fund House, etc.) who is looking for low- risk, high-return asset class as an alternative or addition toinvestment in stocks, bonds, futures, options, real-estate, gold, or any other financial product.
  3. 3. What we do?We analyze each film package (screenplay, cast, director, studio, etc)to assess its suitability for low-risk and high returns to our associated investors.We negotiate for a fair deal with film studio, distributors, production houses, etc to increase returns for our associated investors. Our associated investors become the full fledged producer or co- producer or associated producers in the respective films.
  4. 4. Why Investment in film is getting popular? Two main reasons.1) Investors are realizing that if the film package (screenplay, star cast, director, etc.) is good, then the risk is reduced and the chances of earning high returns are increased.2) Investment in films is catching up as additional investment class to diversify the investment portfolio beside stock, real estate, gold, etc.
  5. 5. OUR BUSINESS MODELFocus: Highly Target audience:- All segments ( Repertoire: - Familyentertainment films should appeal to the masses) entertainers, thrillers, comedy, romantic, action films Movies With Mass Appeal Film Package AnalysisStrong Script with Mass Star Cast, Writer, Director & Strong focus on marketingAppeal Music Director with salability (high market value) Pre-sells all the territories (except 1- 2) and other rights ( DVD, Music, Satellite, Overseas, Product Placement, etc) of the movie before the release Company plan to recover all the money of investor in the project even before the movie is released Revenues generated from exclusive territory go directly to the bottom-line (profits)
  6. 6. REVENUE MODEL Revenue Pie (Production segment)* Box Office 1-2 from other Territory territories Recovered through pre-sale Box Office 10-15% 30-40% Video Cost of Production Rights 8 - 10% Profits Music Rights 10 - 15% In – Cinema Ads 3 - 5% Overseas Theatrical Satellite/ Rights 30 - 40% Cable Rights 12 - 15% Pre-sells all the territories (except 1- 2) and other rights ( DVD, Music, Satellite, Overseas, Product Placement, etc) of the movie before the releaseCompany plan to recover all the money of investor in the project even before the movie is released Revenues generated from exclusive territory go directly to the bottom-line (profits)
  7. 7. How much I need to invest?We are focused on funding low budget (Rs. 3 - 5 Cr.) Hindi movies andmid budget (Rs. 3 - 4 Cr.) Punjabi movies for low risk and better returnsYou can invest as less as Rs. 10 Lakhs (in Punjabi movies) but we preferinvestors with at least Rs. 50 Lakhs investment (in Hindi / Punjabi films).
  8. 8. What are the expected returns?Returns on each film varies (some can be below-average, some can beaverage, and some can be super hit) just like the returns on each share (in stock market) varies even after good analysis. But, if you take filmmaking as an additional investment class in your portfolio andbecome long term investor and diversify and invest in couple of movies, you can get 30 – 35 % compounded annual return on your investment.
  9. 9. How can I get more information? A successfully-hedged motion picture investment presents thepossibility of high-level returns, while at the same time minimizing down-side risk.For more details, please email – investor@merifilms.com

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