Just saw the place is TBD. Still you must be having a city in mind. MP is quite big a state. Final place in the city can be decided later.
Also may I know how much people can be accommodated in the budget allocated? If the number of people aren't enough there, can we have the meetup organized at 2 different places - one probably southern India (say Bangalore) and another central or Northern India (MP as you have already decided).
Not yet decided Ankur. Just waiting for people to come up with their interest. Will announce the place near to the meetup date. We have already 7 - 10 people who are going to join. Looking for few more people.
I can join if it's overnight journey from Pune (like Indore). Northern MP for me won't be possible as it takes more than 15 hours just to reach there. That is why I was asking for the city that you plan to do it in.
Also as I asked before (and the other guy asked in the below post) can we afford to do it at couple of locations?
Until the law was changed in 2005, Boll was able to acquire funding for his movies thanks to German tax laws that reward investments in film. The law allowed investors in German-owned films to write off 100% of their investment as a tax deduction; it also allowed them to invest borrowed money and write off any fees associated with the loan. The investor was then only required to pay taxes on the profits made by the movie; if the movie loses money, the investor would get a tax writeoff.
In the DVD commentary of Alone in the Dark, Boll explains how he funds his films: "Maybe you know it but it's not so easy to finance movies in total. And the reason I am able to do these kind of movies is I have a tax shelter fund in Germany, and if you invest in a movie in Germany you get basically fifty percent back from the government."
Boll has received a lot of negative publicity regarding this funding method.