Fundraise launched for Atlantic Screen Media film score and comic book fund

£10m sought for new EIS vehicle

James Baxter-Derrington
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Atlantic Screen Media has launched a £10m fundraise for a new enterprise investment scheme (EIS) fund offering investment in film scores and comic books.

The Atlantic Screen Media EIS fund was established in 2017 to invest in the intellectual property content across a range of media companies and has future plans to invest in video games. Round Hill looks to raise $375m for Hipgnosis competitor Access to film scores is enabled through investment in Raven Scores and Atlantic Screen Music, which have financed film scores including Atomic Blonde, At Eternity's Gate and Ophelia. Investors collect royalties on a film's score from box office screenings, television broadcast fees, video on demand (such as an iTunes download), subscription ...

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