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In 1998, Tom Malloy was one of the lead actors in the film Gravesend, produced by Oliver Stone. The film became an indie-cult favorite. When this film failed to make him a household name, Tom decided to learn as many facets of the movie business as he could. Over the course of eight years, he created his own method to ?nance films. Tom first wrote and produced The Attic, a thriller directed by Mary Lambert (director of Pet Sematary and Pet Sematary II), and starring John Savage, Jason Lewis, Elisabeth Moss, and Tom. Tom then wrote and produced The Alphabet Killer, a psychological thriller directed by Rob Schmidt (director of Wrong Turn). The ?lm stars Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton, Michael Ironside, and Tom in one of the lead roles. Tom wrote and produced Love N’ Dancing, a dance ?lm/romantic comedy directed by Rob Iscove (director of She’s All That). The ?lm stars Amy Smart and Tom, along with Billy Zane, Betty White, and Rachel Dratch. As a direct result of contacts made through the techniques of Bankroll, Tom recently partnered with the Han Shi group of China to produce a slate of U.S. films over the next three years.
This is a quick read chock full of useful information. Very little fluff. The author has real life experience at getting deals done. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Short Bus Talking Pictures
Great book! Has helped me so much in the industry...highly recommend adding it to your collection!Published 3 months ago by RLG
Malloy has done a fantastic job mixing technique and encouragement in his writing. He has a slew of insightful money raising ideas and gives you a clear picture of the current... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Flash2000
Bankroll was an actionable book for me as it was chronological in order of what you should be doing as your project develops. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Patelli Paschal
Love the book, and I am using the techniques described to fund my own project.Published 12 months ago by William
Tom Malloy has written a really useful book that everyone who wants to fund an independent film should read. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Chairman
This book is extremely useful if you're trying to raise money for the first time for your low budget movie. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sam M
I enjoy being part of Indie films whether acting, editing, lighting, audio or even being a grip. Working on these projects is fun for me and when I get paid all the better. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Forris B. Day