Entertain, Engage, Impact
The Film Industry
The Business of Filmmaking
Redefining The Business of Independent Filmmaking
One of the main things that sets us apart from other production companies is in how we go about the business of making our films. Financial success in filmmaking requires a methodical and highly developed set of plans. A key reason independent production companies fail is due to the lack of structuring in the development process and attention to the story writing process, which is why we employ the most successful roadmap for filmmaking that exists in the business.
Our production model allows for the highest ROI and global success in all avenues possible because we are in this for the long haul.
A Bloated and Broken Industry
As a whole, the business side of the film industry is bloated and broken in many ways. The standard method of structuring budgets for films is one that often leads to an upside down financial situation. This is due in large part to the lack of business expertise by those running production companies. At Relevant Entertainment, we run lean and mean as a company to allow for maximum profit with the least amount of overhead possible, while remaining highly attractive to industry professionals because of our competitive pay. The "business as usual" model of unnecessary and exorbitantly high business expenditures ends where we begin.
What Else Makes Us So Unique?
Balance of Entertainment and Business Experience
Our CEO has almost 20 years of mainstream entertainment experience along with corporate business experience, which is practically unheard of in this industry.
Specific Emphasis on Millennials and Gen Z Audiences
We strive to create films that will appeal to everyone, keeping in mind that Millennials and Gen Z audiences are the largest movie-going audience, yet they feel the least understood and catered to by filmmakers today. Why can't we do both? At Relevant Entertainment, we believe we can and should.
Based in Texas
Not only does Texas have a thriving film community, but being centrally located in the U.S. combined with all the financial benefits that come along with working in the state made this decision easy. It also doesn't hurt that the CEO is a proud 3rd generation Texan.
This allows us to not only bring truth/clarity to the female voice in film, but it also allows us to offer storylines that differ because they bring balance to the male/female perspective in the stories being told. One is not better than the other; they are just different, and both are needed for good filmmaking to take place.