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September 20, 2012

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Great article, I look forward to reading the exec summary and following the rest of the project. This touches some extremely important points, especially for those who may have a great, unprotected idea and lack the network needed to push it forward (I may know a guy in that boat...). It seems there would be more of a market for that in script writing than most other areas. Thanks!

If an entrepreneur has business background, which is transferable skill to the film industry, this could be easier to take charge of the production than looking for a studio or a producing company, as soon as the entrepreneur is willing to learn about the film industry. Getting capital could be more challenging than everything else.

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