from Tom Malloy
1. Maintain High Energy
Be excited and enthusiastic about your project. If you’re not passionate and have high expectations for the film, than neither will your potential investor.
2. Know the Investor
Understand what the investor wants to achieve, the level of investment he values, and the types of films he is interested in financing.
3. Present a Prepped Project
Pitching an un-prepped project is worse than not pitching at all. Take the time to create an irresistible package that has undeniable value.
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