Three Tips On How To Target Your Target Audience

Find Your Target Audience

Having spent time at the major film festivals, I can tell you that having an audience (also known as a large email subscriber list) is currency. It gives you power. But before you get into the mechanics of growing your audience - You need to first figure out how to find your target audience. In fact, you need to target your target audience even before you write your … [Read more...]

Five Tips For Marketing Your Movie (Before You Make It)

Are You Marketing Your Movie

If you're like most filmmakers, you're not thinking about marketing your movie. This is probably because you don't yet have a movie... So why would you think about marketing your movie? But that thinking is lazy and wrong. You are creating a product. Your product is your movie. And unless you understand how you will reach your audience and sell your movie, you are … [Read more...]

How To Sell Your Movie On iTunes (In Three Steps!)

sell your movie on iTunes

If you are wondering how to sell your movie on iTunes, there have never been a better time. Gone are the days when you need to ask for permission to access iTunes. If you're ready to sell your movie on iTunes, I have detailed three steps below. Ready to get started? How To Sell Your Movie On iTunes (In Three Steps!) Step 1 - Watch Out For These Distributor Shenanigans If … [Read more...]

How To Promote Your Movie With BitTorrent

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How To Promote Your Movie With BitTorrent by Bojan Dulabi I am in the middle of self distributing my feature film, Living Life or Waiting to Die. If you are in the same position as me, your biggest question is: “How am I going to promote my movie without spending a fortune?” A lot of us think social media is the answer. You can share news with your followers on Facebook … [Read more...]

Question: Should Filmmakers Move To Hollywood?

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Should filmmakers move to Hollywood? That's the question I asked myself as I packed everything I could into my car. I had spent the previous year grinding towards filmmaking success in New York City, while sleeping on an inflatable air mattress. And after burning through my bank account, I was looking for a change. Hollywood seemed like a much more exciting … [Read more...]