Fund in Focus – Atlantic Screen Scores

Atlantic Screen

Background

Atlantic Screen Scores Limited has been established for the purposes of creating and exploiting intellectual property in the form of original music composed for major internationally released films and television productions. Atlantic Screen Scores works with producers to create original music for film and television by contracting with established international composers to create these music compositions.

Stable Real Returns

Atlantic Screen Scores will mainly invest in bigger budget Hollywood films and TV network driven TV series, where the income streams are easier to predict and the asset values of the library of scores that the company will build up will have greater value.

Revenue is generated from five main sources:

Cinema box office – Average 0.4% non-US box office
Broadcast fee paid by every TV channel in any licensed territory inc. USA
VOD – royalties paid on each download purchase – iTunes
SVOD- royalties paid on each viewing – Netflix, Amazon etc
Synchronisation fees from re-selling of the music for use in adverts, trailers, and promotions
Soundtrack sales – CD and Downloads

  Pre Tax Internal Rate of Return Post Tax Internal Rate of Return ROI Internal Rate of Return
Target Case 15% 26% 206%
Lower case 6% 16% 155%
Past perfomance 5% 15% 151%

See for yourselves…

 

Atlantic Screen Music is the manager to Atlantic Screen Scores Ltd, and is responsible for sourcing the investment opportunities and advising the investment manager on the structuring and execution of investments made. Atlantic Screen Music will also advise on the strategic development of the EIS Company throughout the investment period and on the options available to release the investment once the EIS-qualifying three year period has expired.

Atlantic Screen Music management have 50 years+ experience in the field of investment and administration in music royalty copyrights. It brings together a team of professionals from both film finance and music copyright exploitation. It’s this unique combination of skill bases that allows the team to effectively evaluate the investment opportunities in this specialised area of music investment.

Atlantic Screen Scores Ltd will benefit from the experience gained from the team and the previous EIS companies established by Atlantic Screen Music.

The key believe is that the market for film and TV music exploitation will continue to grow as demand for home entertainment grows, whilst at the same time markets continue to grow in developing countries around the world. A key earner for the company is cinema and year on year the global box office continues to grow.

In conclusion Atlantic Screen Scores offers:

Proven returns
Portfolio effect
In perpetuity income streams
Global duopoly
Aggressive acquisition market
Management expertise

Selection of films invested in to date in Atlantic Screen Scores

Lost City of Z

Synopsis: In 1925, the legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett ventured into the Amazon jungle in search of a fabled civilization. He never returned.

Produced By: Dede Gardner (12 Years a Slave) / Dale Armin Johnson (Oculus) / Jeremy Kleiner (12 Years a Slave) /Brad Pitt (Inglourious Basterds)

Directed By: James Gray (The Immigrant).

Zookeepers Wife

Synopsis: The Zookeeper's Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion.

Produced By: Jeff Abberley (In Bruges) / Jamie Patricof (The Place Beyond the Pines) / Kim Zubick (Mr. & Mrs.Smith).

Directed By: Niki Caro (Whale Rider).

Felt

Synopsis: tells the story of Mark Felt, an FBI agent, who under the alias of ‘Deep Throat’ helped journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the Watergate scandal in 1974.

Directed by: Peter Landesman (Concussion)

Produced by: Peter Landesman.

For details of other films invested in please click here.

If you are interested in further information about Atlantic Screen Scores, please contact us on info@kuber.uk.com or +44 (0) 20 7952 6685

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