Every week at least one filmmaker emails me with something like this: “I made a movie and we just won best picture at a regional festival you never heard of! In this movie marketing article, find out how I respond.
If you’re wondering how to raise money for a film, you’re not alone. Just as making a film takes a certain measure of experience and patience, film funding will also require you venture outside your comfort zone and learn new skills. When it comes to investors, you’ll usually find two types. Those who enjoy the […]
With DVD sales down, the traditional utilization of middle-men like sales agents and distribution companies is changing. The ripple effect of this is less traditional distribution deals for filmmakers. Take a look at the music industry, and you’ll soon see that it is a matter of time until all movies will be available for download or viewing at the push of a button.
With the release of the iPad, and the new NetFlix application, we now have clear indication that Video On Demand has arrived in a majorly portable way. And while many of you will argue that the iPad is not the most ideal way to watch a movie – few of us can argue that the future of movie delivery has arrived.
Most filmmakers either they understand the studio business or they understand indie filmmaking. But what about filmmaking as your next small business?
In this filmmaking article, distribution executive Jason Brubaker shares 7 lies distributors like to tell filmmakers.