The Time Of The Golden Movie Producer Is Over

The 1990s were “a time when the film business was flush with cash, to entice their first occupants into production deals. Studios regularly gave producers millions of dollars a year as part of so-called ‘on the lot’ agreements. In exchange, they got the right of first refusal on any project the producer generated. Life is different for producers in the new, tightfisted Hollywood.”

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