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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I invest in films and TV projects?

Investing in films and TV projects has been for the rich & famous, kept mostly behind closed doors.  Now anyone can through FundFlix.  The return on investment can be far greater than traditional stocks and bonds and the thrill of being part of the entertainment industry is an added bonus that may appeal to some investors.   

Everyone says films are risky. What’s the FundFlix answer?

Like any other investment, venturing into film and TV production can be risky and daunting but it can also be extremely rewarding.  You need information and support to navigate through the hype and choose the best projects with the highest potential earning with the lowest possible risk.  FundFlix is vets every project on the platform and provides all the detail you want to review before investing. We also provide continuous updates, production streaming and other ways to keep you close to the action and the results. 

What are FundFlix target projects? Genre, financial metrics, international flavor?

We look at a lot of different projects that are submitted to us for funding.  We continue to be highly focused on the most profitable segments of the film industry, that is to say films with a $4 million and $8 million production budgets in genres with broad appeal to the domestic and international markets.  We believe that these films have the highest probability of success and lower risk to FundFlix investors.  Historically, films with these characteristics have performed best overall in terms of return on investment.

How are FundFlix projects sourced, vetted and developed?

FundFlix has built relationships with top producers, writers, directors and talent in the entertainment industry who submit projects for potential funding through the FundFlix platform.  If after careful due diligence we find the project worthy, we present it to our investors on www.FundFlix.com who provide the funding and the project receives the money it needs to produce and distribute the project.  

How do investors make money?

Once the project is produced, it will be distributed via theatrical release, home entertainment, subscription, paid or free TV, live streaming and international channels.  Net income from such activity will be collected and reported by the project entity to FundFlix and thereby to you, the investor on a consistent basis.  Then, at least an annual basis (but mostly quarterly), net cash flow available will be distributed to the investor through the FundFlix platform and its licensed broker/dealer.  

What is FundFlix Library and what’s important about it to Investors?

All FundFlix investors will ultimately share in the financial benefits that comes from all films and projects funded through FundFlix.  That includes super-successful, breakout films and projects even if an investor never invested in those specific films or projects.  Here’s how it works.  After receiving return of original investment and distributions from all sources 18 months after original theatrical release, FundFlix investors will have their interests in the film be converted into a permanent long-term interest in the FundFlix Library.  The Library will contain a portion of the interest of all projects that FundFlix at one time had an ownership interest. By owning a piece of the Library, every FundFlix investor will forever share in the residual income from ALL films and projects of FundFlix past, present and future. 

Who can invest with FundFlix?

At the moment, only accredited investors can invest in FundFlix projects.  But we expect that will change very soon when non-accredited investors, or about 97% of the adult population, will also be able to invest in FundFlix projects.  In the meantime, please note that In the United States, to be considered an accredited investor, one must have a net worth of at least one million US dollars, excluding the value of one's primary residence, or have income at least $200,000 each year for the last two years (or $300,000 combined income if married) and have the expectation to make the same amount this year.