For Investors

Investors have an opportunity to invest in the assets of El Arte Productions LLC and El Arte Productions S.R.L. We have Music and Movie Assets for your investment. There is no doubt that the Music and Movie Industries are big. The reality is that industries of this size have great sales, but to make the cash flow work, it needs some solid investors as well.

The Movie Industry

Many people do not really understand the mechanics of investing in a movie, so they go for much “safer” investments. This could be a decision that they regret for ever. There are hundreds of great opportunities that arise relating to movie investments every single day. Some movies literally just dig themselves a grave, becoming unsuccessful and losing investors money. On the flip side, there have been plenty of investment opportunities in the past that have produced a huge amount of profit for a fairly small outlay from an investor’s point of view. 

The key to movie investments is spreading risk. Getting involved in one movie might be a mistake, but spreading the risk across 3-5 movies could be a great option. Some movies that an investor gets involved in might make as much interest as their cash would earn in the bank. On the other side, some movies make huge amounts, and some lose.

Here are some examples:

Remember Halloween? According to the production company, the movie cost around $350,000 to develop. That is an extremely low budget movie, but it still managed to gross $75M and that number will continue to increase as the years go on. A popular movie like this will hit the widescreen and then go to DVD and then be contracted out to cable channels for years to come! A profitable movie doesn’t just do well at the box office. 

Most Profitable Movies of All Time Courtesy of cnbc.com : A profitable movie doesn’t just do well at the box office. Toy Story 3, for example, is the highest-grossing movie of 2010 so far, with a worldwide take of over $600 million. However, its budget was $200 million, meaning that it has only made three times its investment. Even the mighty Titanic, the second highest grossing film of all time, could only realize a 900% return on its budget. What follows is a list of the 15 most profitable movies of all time,as of 2010, based on worldwide box office receipts. These movies made back their money over and over again, and while there are some acknowledged blockbusters here, there are also those that came out of nowhere and surprised everyone with their performance at the box office.

1. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) Return on investment: 6150% Budget $6 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $369 million

2. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) Return on investment: 3172% Budget: $25 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross Revenue: $793 million

3. Slumdog Millionaire (2008) Return on investment: 2520% Budget $15 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $378 million

4. Pretty Woman (1990) Return on investment: 2013% Budget $23 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $463 million

5. Grease (1978) Return on investment: 1975% Budget $20 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $394 million

6. Star Wars (1977) Return on investment: 1938% Budget $40 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross Revenue: $775 million

7. American Beauty (1999) Return on investment: 1780% Budget $20 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $356 million

8. The Passion of the Christ (2004) Return on investment: 1749% Budget: $35 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross Revenue: $612 million

9. Home Alone (1990) Return on investment: 1590% Budget $30 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $477 million

10. Ghost (1990) Return oninvestment: 1446% Budget: $35 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross Revenue: $506 million

11. Jaws (1975) Return on investment: 1308% Budget $36 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $471 million

12. The Hangover (2009) Return on investment: 1297% Budget $36 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $467 million

13. There’s Something About Mary (1998) Return on investment: 1194% Budget $31 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $370 million

14. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Return on investment: 1160% Budget $38 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $441 million

15. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Return on investment: 1008% Budget $111 million (inflation-adjusted) Gross revenue $1.1 billion