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Masterclass with Mary Aloe

Aloe Entertainment specializes in obtaining 100% financing for features by raising private equity, working with hedge funds, gap financing, top tier of foreign sales companies and securing domestic distribution. At the helm of Aloe Entertainment is producer and film finance expert, Mary Aloe. Mary Aloe has been called upon by numerous industry panels to lecture on her unique area of expertise: guiding investors through various models of debt, equity, tax-credits, pre-sales and distribution channels to generate significant ROI and create meaningful theatrical releases with artistic and social impact upon the world. Mary Aloe’s vast funding experience and successful track record enable Aloe Entertainment to develop/produce independent and studio features, network/cable event movies. Producer Mary Aloe and her Aloe Entertainment development team have produced and/or financed 34 features (a record 21 features in the last 6 years alone) and 6 television series. As well, Mary Aloe’s vast knowledge of P & A financing was acknowledged by Regent who brought her in to run a 50 million dollar P & A fund at the time backed by Merrill Lynch. Some of Mary Aloe’s/Aloe Entertainment’s recent films produced/executive produced and/or financed include the official 2020 TIFF selection “Bruised” starring and directed by Halle Berry, “Flag Day” starring and directed by Sean Penn with Miles Teller, Kathryn Winnick, Josh Brolin, The official 2020 Sundance selection “Worth” starring Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci, “Wander” starring Aaron Eckhart, Tommy Lee Jones, “Groove Tails” produced by and starring Jamie Foxx, “Karen” starring Taryn Manning, “Breach” starring Bruce Willis and many more. “Beast of Burden” starring Daniel Radcliffe, “Wild Oats” starring Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange, Official TIFF Selection “55 Steps” starring Hilary Swank and Helena Bonham Carter, “Mothers and Daughters” starring Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone, “MARA” with the producer of “Paranormal Activity” starring Olga Kurylenko, “Coup D’état” starring Sir Michael Caine and Official Sundance selection “Ten Thousand Saints” starring Ethan Hawke, Hailee Steinfeld and Emil Hirsch.