If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to finance and sell your movie… Then your guess is as good as the studio’s guess. Micro-budget movies are changing the landscape. In this article Jason Brubaker discusses some things filmmakers can expect when it comes time to sell your movie…
Traditional film distribution has been disrupted. Digital has replaced physical and video on demand has become the primary way to sell your films. These days you have options. You may choose to sign a traditional deal or you can leverage digital aggregators to get your film into popular platforms like Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, FandangoNOW, Netflix and more. So before you decide on your film distribution strategy, make sure you take time to research your options. The following articles will help you.
While making a movie poster is essential for certain aspects of independent film funding, as new and exciting options for independent movie distribution become available, the need to print a physical poster may become secondary to building your online film marketing presence. In today’s filmmaking article, we discuss some reasons why a poster is a good place to start…
If you have to travel the route of self distribution these days, I can honestly say that reaching a global audience is as easy as the click of a mouse.
Picture this! By some miracle to end all miracles, born of equal parts luck and blind determination, you’ve managed to rise above the never-ending barrage of questions from “concerned” friends and family who’ve always thought your talk about making movies was reckless. You’ve put together a cast and crew, refined your script, found some financing and in the process, you’ve even figured out how to ignore all your significant other’s not-so-subtle hints that a career selling life insurance really wouldn’t be that bad. To be honest, looking back, even you aren’t really sure how you pulled it off. Yet, despite all of the concerns and self doubt, you’ve somehow managed to make the impossible possible. You’ve made your first feature film! And, by definition, you’re finally a real filmmaker.
I wrote an article on prepping your movie for distribution. It’s been published at The Independent.
When it comes to movie marketing, your poster must influence the buying decision of the potential audience member.