Details of: Hollywood Banker
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How Frans Afman, a banker from the Netherlands, revolutionized independent filmmaking in Hollywood. He got finance for films that were rejected by the major US studios. He achieved this by pre-selling these films to distributors. Amongst others, he managed to get finance for films such as "Three Days of the Condor", "King Kong", "Superman II and III", "Terminator I and II", "Rambo II and III", "Platoon", "The Name of the Rose", "A Room with a View", "When Harry Met Sally", "Total Recall" and "Dances With Wolves".