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  1. fmwaalex "fmwaalex" says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EXCELLENT BOOK, March 3, 2011
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    fmwaalex “fmwaalex” (Austin, TX USA) –
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    This review is from: The Producer’s Business Handbook, Third Edition: The Roadmap for the Balanced Film Producer (Paperback)
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    The Producer’s Business Handbook, Third Edition: The Roadmap for the Balanced Film Producer

    Much like I have been saying in other reviews about books I have read recently about different aspects of filmmaking this may be the best book on the subject. This is one of the most informative books I have ever read on producing, honestly like others are saying about this book it should be what is taught in film schools. This is some of the best stuff I have ever read, honestly this book is supremely helpful and insightful. Page to page and chapter to chapter this book is excellent. I recommend you pick this up immediately if you want to make a movie or are interested in this type of stuff.

    This book covers everything from the producer’s business stand point in every aspect that one could think of. From getting financing to handling it to spending it to marketing all the way to the theatrical runs and stuff. Now a lot of the numbers and stuff in here could be confusing, notice how I said could be because in most books there are just that. The authors here have did a marvelous job making this not only easy to read but easy to understand. They break everything down and present it in the simplest terms and even include charts and visual stuff like that. They even breakdown what production companies and studios do and what they are meant for, it really is an excellent read.

    If you are interested in filmmaking I highly recommend this book because it really is that helpful and easy to read. This is a great book that really is very helpful and very insightful, go pick it up. Honestly I really am happy I got this book as I am on my second read through, just to read it again. So if you are out and about or looking for something to get here online I say pick this up.

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  2. Island Dreamer says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If You Want to Make an Independent Film, You Need this Book, February 4, 2011
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    Island Dreamer (Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii) –
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    Is the story worth being told? Who are the story’s primary target audiences? What is the ration between the story’s production costs and the producer’s share of the global income? According to the authors of this book, producers who make their decisions based on the answers to the above questions are consistently successful.

    I will never be a film producer, but I’m a avid moviegoer and I find the film business fascinating. I gobbled up Chapter 1: “How the Motion Picture Industry Functions” in an evening. I can see where this book could be used as a textbook and it would be a good one, because I didn’t find it dry at all, the way so many texts are. I found it very readable and I learned a lot just from the first chapter.

    I also found Chapter 12: Development Financing more than interesting, though I admit, like with the rest of the book, I skipped all the charts. I haven’t read everything in this book, only what interests me, but I’m betting by the this time next month, I’ve have finished this, just reading it for pleasure, because when I finish one section, I find I want to go onto something else. In my opinion, if you want to make an independent film, you would find this book invaluable.

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  3. Christina Paul says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
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    Essential!, March 17, 2011
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    Christina Paul (Anamosa, IA USA) –
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    If you are in any way, shape or form connected to the film industry, especially independent film, you need this book. It is an absolutely fabulous companion to “Film PRoductino Management” and “The Complete Film Production Handbook”, both by Focal Press. This book is on top of what is happening in the new media realms as well as the business side of the concernes of the realms of creative, deveolpment, audience, distribution – both domestic and international, greenlighting and staying on budget and on schedule. It’s rare to find a book that does not blow impossible pipe dreams into would-be filmmakers’ minds but rather gives the reality of what it is to be in the business. This book is about the business side and should absolutely be required reading for any film studies student. The hardest part of filmmaking is the funding. “The Producer’s Business Book” gives in depth information to help make it happen and to keep your production in the black, rather than running into the red.

    The book links to the website for important forms to the producer to keep you focused, on track and organized. It is not just boring facts and figures but giives real, practical advice in down to earth language. It makes on bones about why these things are so important and helps independent producers knowing how to navigate through an area that can be treacherous and quite frankly, very cutthroat. There is a lot of good advice here that no filmmaker can afford to be without.

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