On Monday 10th March Terry Stone, producer, actor and founder of Gateway Films, flew out to Marbella, Spain, to meet the investment advisors at The Wealth Advisory (TWA) who are raising funds for his latest project – The Messenger.
He took time out of his busy schedule to meet with The Wealth Advisory to discuss current and future projects. Having just begun the first project together early in 2014, it has come as little surprise that already we are well on the way to raising the required funds for Gateway’s upcoming release – The Messenger.
“By the summer, all going well, we should be able to start shooting and of course all investors are welcome to come along to watch, as well as have a walk-on part if they wish” Terry Stone
Terry has welcomed TWA clients already signed up for The Messenger, to the premier viewing and red carpet event of Gateway’s latest release – Plastic
Plastic, Gateway’s latest production is due for release April 2nd and was recently sold to Paramount. The film is based on a true story, where a gang of friends attempt to infiltrate one of the biggest credit card companies in the World. The Team at The Wealth Advisory were given a sneak preview of the trailer and this is due to be shown in cinemas from Friday, preceding films rated 12A and upwards including the new Spiderman.
Looking to the future, Terry and Gateway Films have a number of planned projects and expect to utilise the exclusive relationship they have with The Wealth Advisory in order to continue with their success.
“We already have the next film lined up, a very exciting project starring Oscar winner Jim Broadbent with a double BAFTA award winning Director. The project is called ‘Away’, which I am excited about. Also we have The Shah of Iran, which I am really looking forward to us working on. It should be very exciting and Sir Ben Kingsley has already signed up to play the ‘Shah’ and we are close to having an award winning director signed, I expect once ready that investors will be keen to invest and this will mean that we will raise the capital required quite quickly”
Gateway Films structure their film projects uniquely in that they try to alleviate as much risk for the investor as possible. They have a 100% record of producing films on time and on budget which separates them from the competition and additionally with HMRC EIS Tax incentives in place, the potential downside is limited making it a hugely exciting prospect for all involved.
The next time the TWA team have scheduled to meet with Terry, it will be on the red carpet at Leicester square. To join them and meet the actors, speak to your advisor regarding investing in Gateway’s latest project.