CROWDESTOR is excited to announce a new investment opportunity in the movie industry.
|Borrower:||EMH GLOBALE OU|
|Maximum target:||EUR 200 000,00|
|Minimum target:||EUR 50 000,00|
|Loan period:||2 months|
|Interest rate:||25% p.a.|
|Success rate:||There is no success fee in this round|
|CROWDESTOR Provision fund:||Yes|
|Repayment:||Principal and Interest paid at the end of the Loan term in the bullet payment.|
|Security:||Pledge of script and production rights on the film in favor of CROWDESTOR; Equity participation in EMH GLOBALE OU by CROWDESTOR giving Blocking Rights|
|Location:||Los Angeles and Riga|
While at Walden Media, Granat secured the rights to C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia series and oversaw production on the successful first film of the franchise, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Granat's other films include Scream, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Scary Movie, Amazing Grace, and Spy Kids.
Cary Granat launched Walden Education, which for six years was the only studio-sponsored educational program that served school and youth groups between the ages of 8 and 13. Granat is a board member of the World Information Transfer of the United Nations and organizes an annual conference on Children's Health and the Environment every December.
In 2001, Warner Brothers chose Jones to build and run ESC Entertainment, an AOL/Time Warner subsidiary, the primary studio responsible for Matrix Reloaded, Catwoman, and Constantine. Jones has received the industry’s highest accolades, including an Academy Award® as Executive Producer on Happy Feet, an Academy Award®, and BAFTA awards for Who Framed Roger Rabbit and The Witches of Eastwick.
These two Hollywood heavyweights are leveraging their experience industry recognition in the world's movie capital and have co-founded a company together with Forma Pro Films (FPF). FPF brings to the joint venture local knowledge, equipment, and vast experience in movie shooting and production.
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