The first step in selling your movie (or movie idea) is to find your movie hook. This filmmaking article shows you how to sharpen your movie hook so you can make your movie remarkable.
Let’s suppose you go out and raise $100K for your movie. And let’s say you make your movie, but you do not garner a dream distribution deal. And for the sake of this article, let’s say the only way you can recoup your investment is by making $4.99 (after expenses) off of each VOD download sold.
In this filmmaking article, film distribution we explore the secrets of online movie advertising… And how YOU can use this info to sell more movies.
While creating creating community around your title, building buzz and increasing your fan base is both challenging and fun, a lot of filmmakers have no idea how to get started. In this regard, one of your first steps is to determine if your movie is ready for the marketplace
Today, I wanted to focus on a little humor – the part about trailer-cutting that makes the process fun. For some case studies on how a little music, a little cutting and a little creativity can change how people think about your story – I’ve added the following examples:
If you’re like most filmmakers, you have a website for your movie. And odds are good you are trying to fit too much into it. So the first thing you need to do is remove all the distracting crap. Whenever I mention this at a talk, invariably someone asks me how to determine what’s distracting? It depends on your website objective.