You’re making a film – should you set up an LLC? Should it be an S Corp, a C Corp, or a sole proprietorship? Do you need an EIN? Answering these questions and more is all part of choosing a business structure for your film production. And the choices you make will affect the amount you pay in taxes, your ability to raise money, what paperwork you need to file, and your liability. Seasoned entertainment lawyer Laverne Berry, with experience in both fiction and nonfiction projects, will walk us through the different business structures and what they entail, as well a step-by-step process of setting up your production company.
This is the first session in a four-part webinar series: The Business of Film Production
Register: Creating the Right Business Structure for Your Film
Wednesday, October 19 | 12pm - 1:30pm ET | Zoom
Women Make Movies is offering WIFVNE members discounted admission to the full series ($75 60)
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Women Make Movies’ fall webinar series begins October 19 and has all the information independent filmmakers need to know about the legal, accounting, and business side of film production! Topics include creating the right business structure for your film production, securing various rights, establishing agreements between all entities, and tracking finances in and out of a project. If you are unable to attend live, a link to the recording will be sent to all registrants and available to watch for up to three months.
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