Fearhead Productions launches its first micro-budget film fund
05/19/2014

Fearhead Productions launched its first Micro-Budget Film Fund and is currently raising capital outside the US. Fund expected to produce annual returns in excess of 15% for its investors.

Online PR News – 19-May-2014 – May 15, 2014 Los Angeles, California – Fearhead Productions launched its first Micro-Budget Film Fund and is currently raising capital outside the US. Fearhead is using the Blumhouse Productions (producer of Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister etc.) model of low-budget horror film productions with a wide commercial appeal and a high probability rate of principal recovery.

Fearhead will raise approximately US$20 Million from high net worth and institutional investors outside the United States. The fund will primarily fund projects in the budget range of US$1-US$2 Million range as well as nano-budget features with much lesser budgets.

Fearhead has secured two Los Angeles based producing partners and will seek theatrical release/distribution through mainly two studios for its features.

The fund is expected to produce annual returns in excess of 15% for its investors.

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