Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast EP006
Guest: David Willis – Director / Writer – “I’ll Be Next Door For Christmas”
Welcome to episode 006 of the Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast. This week I have something different for you. My guest is David Willis, the Director / Writer of the crowdfunded movie, “I’ll Be Next Door For Christmas”. David and his Emmy Award winning partners have worked on t.v. shows such as The Simpsons, School of Rock, Frazier, Cybil & Caroline in the City.
Here are some of the things David and I chatted about:
- Which street he lives on in LA, and why Brad Pitt is always popping over
- Why he decided to crowdfund a movie
- The expenses / profitability of making a movie
- How will investors receive money back
- Advice for people looking to invest in movies
- Why people would want to help crowdfund “I’ll Be Next Door For Christmas”
Visit the “I’ll Be Next Door For Christmas” movie website here
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