The Fyzz Facility
The Fyzz Facility (TFF) specialises in low-risk, commercially viable film and mobile application investment opportunities. In the last two years TFF has procured investment of $11m across 26 feature films and 2 mobile applications, returning an average annualised premium of 16% for their investors.
TFF has now launched the SEIS Slate – 10x HMRC approved SEIS qualifying start up companies, providing a great range of film and mobile application (App) opportunities for qualifying sophisticated investors.
TFF is owned and managed by Robert Jones and Wayne Marc Godfrey, two film and media professionals with over three decades experience in the international feature film industry and 40+ Producer/Exec Producer credits between them.
Robert Jones’ production credits include Academy Award winners ‘The Usual Suspects’, ‘The Constant Gardener’ and ‘Gosford Park’. Formally Director of Acquisitions & Development at Goldcrest Films International, Wayne Marc Godfrey’s production credits include ‘Three and Out’, ‘The Art of Rap’ from director Ice-T, and the forthcoming ‘Getaway’ starring Ethan Hawke.
This slate of startup companies will each develop, produce and exploit unique feature films or App products. Each unique product been specifically selected for its commercial potential within these two burgeoning industries.
With a market value of $6.8 billion in 2011, to date over 25 billion Apps have been downloaded. Likewise, the worldwide film box office increased by 5.6% between 2007 and 2011, and the industry continues to perform well, even in times of global financial difficulties.
Qualifying investors are invited to invest up to £100,000 across one or more of the startup SEIS companies with a fixed subscription of £25,000 per company.
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RISK WARNINGS AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This summary is for Intermediaries only and not for Retail Investors.
This summary does not constitute legal, taxation, investment, or other advice.
Risk warnings are set out in detail in the Information Memorandum and should be considered along with independent financial advice prior to making a decision to invest.