Mint Media Capital are independent ‘Placement Agents’ for
the British Film Industry

Mint Media Capital is a film finance company, with strong links to the world famous Elstree
Studios in Borehamwood, which is home to some of the biggest TV shows on British television and the studio of choice for many successful British films.

We work in conjunction with a number of UK production companies and studios to raise equity for film, TV programmes and film distribution that meet our strict criteria, Mint Media Capital offer a number of tax breaks efficient investment opportunities via SEIS and EIS.

Mint Media Capital primarily works on and take over projects which are at an advanced stages of development and are looking for the final amount of financing.
Our sole focus is on film and TV projects that have a commercial appeal, an identifiable audience and have a sound financial structure and moderately low and controllable costs.

Mint Media Capital can arrange for investors to visit the sets during filming, appear as extras, and attend private screenings before the films world release.
We also arrange film investment seminars with guest speakers from the different film companies, along with qualified accountants to discuss the various tax advantages of investing in the film industry.


Use Bankable Stars
Escrow Capital Protection
Proven Investment
Substantial Upside Potential
25 year Income stream
Transparent and Trouble Free
Exciting and Glamorous
Walk the Red Carpet

Personal Service

Welcomes Any Opportunity
Discuss Directly With Directors
Receive Detailed In-Depth Analysis
Help your Portfolio Grow
Independent Financing Agent
Private Investor Shows
Always Updating Clients
Contact Us For A Personal Service.


Carefully Evaluates Each film
Very Attractive Tax Breaks SEIS & EIS
World Events Don’t Affect Films
Investing In Film Is The New Option
More Profitable Than Traditional
Investments Such As Real Estate,
Stock Market, futures, Forex
Precious Metals, Currency Exchange

You do not need to understand the Film industry in depth because Mint Media Capital will guide you.

British Film Investments

Movie Year Budget Gross ROI
Neighbors 2014 $18,000,000 $264,653,820 1470%
The Fault in Our Stars 2014 $12,000,000 $272,374,160 2269%
Chronicle 2012 $12,000,000 $127,075,175 1064%
The Devil Inside 2012 $1,000,000 $101,758,489 1017%
Magic Mike 2012 $7,000,000 $166,736,892 2381%
Ice Age: Continental Drift 2012 $95,000,000 $879,765,137 926%
Taken 2 2012 $47,000,000 $377,807,404 823%
Rise of the Planet of the Apes 2011 $93,000,000 $482,860,185 519%
Paranormal Activity 3 2011 $5,000,000 $207,039,844 4140%
Insidious 2011 $1,500,000 $99,870,886 665%

PLEASE NOTE: these percentages represent box office only and do not include DVD nor Blu-ray sales.

Movie Investment ROI

Enterprise Investment Scheme

EIS was introduced to encourage investment into small, privately owned UK companies. The scheme provides attractive tax benefits to investors who provide capital to the company in return for shares. Approved companies must comply with various rules to maintain EIS status and all Investors funds must be paid direct to the EIS.
Investments in an EIS are for a minimum of 3 years. Shareholders may realise their investment thereafter or benefit without losing EIS Relief.

HMRC EIS Enterprise Investment Scheme

30 % Tax Relief for Current or Previous Tax year.
Pay No Inheritance Tax after 2 years.
Pay No Income Tax OR Capital Gains on any Profits.
Deference of any forms of Capital Gains for 3 years back to 1 year forward.
Receive Loss Relief on any monies lost at your current tax rate.
Investors must keep their shares for at least 3 years to benefit from EIS.

Find more out about EIS Investments

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