Saturday, October 30, 2010

Gamera 3-D: Banno seeks investors

Yoshimitsu Banno meets Omar Sayyah (and his bearded dragon) at G-FEST XII in July 2005.

This blog confirmed the news a few days ago of Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster director Yoshimitsu Banno's intent to move forward with a 40-minute Gamera 3-D project. Earlier today, Mr. Banno reported a surge of activity on his Web site. More than 100 people have contacted Advanced Audiovisual Productions since news of the Gamera film broke.

It is important to bear in mind that Mr. Banno's film cannot proceed without a sufficient number of investors. As of now, Mr. Banno is seeking investors who can contribute JPY15,000,000 to the project.

Mr. Banno offers the following terms to potential investors:
The Privilege of the first investment is as follows,

(1) As a bonus of the risk of the first investment, AAP remits
JP Yen 15,000,000 to the account of investor on the next day of the start of filming.

(2) Investor possesses the share of 10% of net income of AAP as a privilege of the first investor.

※ In the case of “Godzilla 3-D”, the first investor of JP Yen 15,000,000 is entitled to receive the return of its total investing money and share of JP Yen 10,000,000 as the distribution of net profit.

※ Intermediation fee is 3%.
As I stated in my earlier blog post, I would be happy to forward any serious inquiries to Mr. Banno. You (yes, you!) can help make kaiju history!

1 comment:

  1. Neat post Brett! A 3-D Gamera movie would be cool. Oh I wish I had several spare millions lying around.... heck, I don't even have enough cash to be buying all the new Shout Factory Gamera releases. Too much entertainment and not enough "Mr. Green." :(