Disclaimers and Risk Statement
SEC Required Risk Statements and Disclaimers Regarding Investments/Funding of Our Projects
This website (and associated documents) is for informational purposes only. It is not a prospectus. It does not constitute a legal contract or offer information beyond the scope such as tax advice or partnership documents. This document does not constitute an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy any security. Neither may this document nor any of the proprietary information herein be published, reproduced, copied, disclosed, or used for any purposes without the consent of Jonathan Kerr on behalf of Storyteller.IM, LLC. This is in accordance with the SEC. The memorandum has been prepared in regards to the MOVIE film projects that have been listed on this website. While the information herein is believed to be accurate, the Managers disclaim any and all liability for representatives or warranties expressed or implied, contained in, or for omissions from, this memorandum or any other written or oral information provided or made available by the managers. Estimates, projections, and distribution contained herein shall not be relied upon as a promise or representation as to future results. This document does not purport to contain all the information that an interested party may desire. In all cases, interested parties should conduct their own investigation, analysis, and evaluation of the Project, the terms of the equity interests to be issued thereby, including the merits and risks of an investment in such equity interests, and the data set forth in this Presentation. This memorandum is intended solely for the persons receiving it in connection with this offering and is not authorized for any reproduction or distribution to others whatsoever. The memorandum and other information provided to the person receiving this memorandum shall be disclosed to only such employees, agents, or other representation of the recipient who shall reasonably need to know the same in connection with their evaluation of an investment in the company. All copies of the memorandum and any other information given to person receiving the memorandum shall be returned to the Company upon request if the transaction with the company is not consummated. The information contained herein is proprietary, nonpublic information, which may not be used for other than the purpose of evaluating this offering and must be kept strictly confidential. The recipient of this memorandum acknowledges compliance with the above.
Investment in the film and television industry is highly speculative and inherently risky. There can be no assurance of the economic success of any motion picture or television pilot/series since the revenues derived from the production and distribution of a motion picture and series depend primarily upon its acceptance by the public, which can not be predicted. The commercial success of a motion picture and television series also depends upon the quality and acceptance of other competing films and television shows released into the marketplace at or near the same time, general economic factors and other tangible factors, all of which can change and cannot be predicted with certainty. The entertainment industry in general and the motion picture industry and television industry in particular, are continuing to undergo significant changes, primarily due to technology developments. Although these developments have resulted in the availability of alternative and competing forms of leisure time entertainment, such technological developments have also resulted in the creation of additional revenue sources through licensing of rights to such new media, and potentially could lead to future reductions in the costs of producing and distributing motion pictures and television shows. In addition, the theatrical success of a motion picture or a television series’ success remains a crucial factor in generating revenues in other media such as videocassettes, DVD’s and many other ancillaries. Due to the rapid growth of technology, shifting consumer tastes, and the popularity and availability of other forms of entertainment, it is impossible to predict the overall effect these factors will have on the potential revenue from and profitability of feature-length motion pictures or the success and popularity of a television pilot/series.
1 Filmmakers is a term defined by the owner of the film property (for example, in this case of “I Am We” MOVIE project, the Filmmaker is Writer/Director, Jonathan Kerr) with the intention of embodying the people responsible for bringing the film to life.
2 Lifetime of the film indicates the duration of time while the film remains financial property of the film creator (for example, in this case of “I Am We” MOVIE project, the Filmmaker is Writer/Director, Jonathan Kerr). The expectation is that the filmmaker will retain full rights in perpetuity, but sometimes films can have their full rights and/or financial rights purchased. At times, this may be a fiscally responsible decision to ensure investors are able to be paid back. If a decision is made by the filmmaker to sell these rights, it is likely this will result in the dividend payments to the filmmakers, cast, crew, and investors being irreparably severed.