Good for you^^^. You took a risk, went a different way and it worked! I still would not reccomend this to the majority of actors as many dont know how to judge a script or have money for their own entertainment lawyer.20 grands is still a really low budget to work with if your paying people and adding a star. Also producers put up their money, executive producers fundraise money. Tom cruise puts major money into his movies but he makes sure he gets a very good percentage back. There is also a difference between gross and other types of profit. The one stated in your contract makes the difference beftween getting your share and getting screwed. A lot of directors have gotten screwed by contracts and made zilch on high grossing films.
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Posts: 126 | Location: Los Angeles | Registered: January 06, 2009
Okay, film producer, I'll take a chance and put up $10K on this film, if you tell me your real name, who your agent at CAA is, and if you can if you can actually write a posting with correct English grammar and composition.
Is that possible? Oh, wait, probably not, Aleksandra.
Posts: 83 | Location: Atlanta (9 years in LA) | Registered: August 21, 2005