Decades of building an award-winning digital marketing and technology agency led Damien Navarro into perfect timing for the executive director role at Outfest.
For a film project in California or New York, the LLC would be formed in Delaware, California, New York.
Here’s everything you need to know to form a S-Corporation.
Starting a new film project can be exciting, but filmmakers should keep in mind that it is not necessary to incorporate at the beginning stages of your project, or at all.
We’re partnering with champions of diversity and inclusion who feel, as we do, that film is a lens to recognizing the dignity of others.
Our support will take several forms: We’re establishing financial grants with organizations such as Outfest’s Screenwriting Lab and Women in Film; we’re providing resources to film festivals like the Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival; and we’re using our network to support the activities of organizations that open doors for underrepresented storytellers.
If you are a festival director or part of an organization that supports BIPOC, emerging, LGBTQ, women, or underrepresented filmmakers, we’d like to hear from you.
We’re forming 25 companies for free every year for underrepresented storytellers. And free means free — we’ll pay the filing fees and we will customize the corporate documents, just like we do for all of our paying clients.
To be considered for a free corporation (1) you need to have a trailer and show you are serious about your project, (2) you need to have an accountant, (3) you must live in California, New York, or Texas, and (4) we’d ask that you tell your audience about our offer so we can help other filmmakers for free.