• 2011 July 31

Company Description

We invite Equity Net investors to become part of the production team of the first ever feature film co-production.

We invite Equity Net investors to become part of the producing team in the first ever feature film co-production between Montana and China. Wild Horses Productions is not only offering and investment opportunity in our film, but is offering a hands on/birds eye view of the entire production and sale of the film for years to come. Wild Horses Productions has been producing and directing successful feature films and documentaries for over 30 years. The mission of the Company is to produce an international feature film that takes place in Montana and China. “A Dance for Me” is a feature length drama, conceived to capture the market created by successful dramas. The Company has carefully developed the screenplay and production method to successfully recoup initial investments and create an opportunity for “breakout” potential. The Company’s goal is to produce a high quality motion picture at a low cost to maximize the reward and minimize the financial risk. The Company believes it has reduced the financial risk significantly by pre-selling the Asian rights to Gravity Pictures for $1 million leaving the distribution rights to the rest of the world for only $1.3 million representing 46% of the production budget. This presents a high degree of profitably for investors in 'A Dance for Me' in the North American, European and Latin countries. Wild Horses Productions expects “A Dance for Me” to generate gross domestic revenue of $3,043,750 and gross foreign revenue of $4,024,500 for grand total gross revenue to A Dance for Me, LLC of $7,068,250 from the worldwide distribution rights excluding the Asian Territories. A comparable film to “A Dance for Me” is “The Fault in Our Stars” is a feature film directed by Josh Boone. “The Fault in Our Stars” was released on June 6, 2014 in the United States. The film proved to be commercially successful, retaining the No. 1 spot at the box-office during its opening weekend and having grossed over $300 million worldwide.