Thanks for taking the time to look at our film investment model. At this point, you probably have a few questions that you would like answered before you decide whether you wish to invest. I have outlined for you below some of the most popular questions that our existing clients raised before they invested.
How Is Bad Penny Entertainment Different?
Your investment into Bad Penny Entertainment is unlike most SEIS / EIS film investments currently on offer in that it is the production company and not into a specific film. The upside to investing in a single project is that it suits an investor’s passion. The upside to the Bad Penny Entertainment model is that it affords the company and the investors better access to top creative talent and a better seat at the table when negotiating deals with partners. The films will be selected and packaged in a way that reflects an understanding of what is commercial and viable in today’s industry.
How Are My Profits Distributed?
As you can imagine, this is one of the most popular questions we receive. The returns from the film are distributed to investors as and when the film is sold. If you are a SEIS / EIS investor the funds will be allocated to the SIES / EIS account and be available to you at the end of the investment term.
Who Buys The Film?
The sale of the film is handled by the Sales Agent and there is a range of markets that the sales agent will be approaching regarding the promotion and sale of Bad Penny Entertainment films. A rough guideline to the primary 5 markets are as follows:
- Theatrical Sales – Cinema Sales
- Auxiliary Sales – Airlines, Hotels etcetera
- VOD (Video On Demand, iTunes, Netflix etc) – Downloads
- DVD – This is still a strong market place.
- Terrestrial Sales (Television) – The films will be sold to TV Broadcasters around the world.
When Will Returns Begin
You can expect to receive a large majority of the forecasted returns within the first 12 to 24 months placing you in a position of profit.
Who Is Involved In The Making Of This Film?
- LipSync – Post Production & Gap Finance
- Double Dutch International – Sales Agent
- Nyman Libson Paul – Accountants
- Simons Muirhead & Burton – Legal
- Phin Glynn – Managing Director & Producer
- Axel Kuschedatzky – Producer
- Georgia Tennant – Producer
I hope this update gives you further clarity on how robust this film investment model is and we look forward to hearing from you soon.