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Thursday, April 12, 2012


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Matthew Putman

The assumption that the investors have a "typical" 50/50 share is not a given. Term sheets i have seen recently have a weighted percentage given the amount of the investment, which is something that never used to occur. In the 90's a unit was a unit. That is not true anymore. The mixing of producer credit, with general partnership, or what I call a "limited partners with benefits" is crazy to me. Though millionaires have been made of those shows you talk about above, I don't think that they are equally distributed, though I could be wrong. Also, it must be clear that the theatre biz is still a strange one to even have the 50/50 model. Basically it is still not a friendly world for investors I think...

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