This type of financing is ideal for investors who want to be conservative and play it safe, because they’re simply “closing the gap” that is left in the film finance package. In other words, they’re the last investor in and others have already taken on a large portion of the risk. Gap financiers will either invest in return for a percentage of the film, or lend against unsold presales.
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