DISTRIBUTION / SALES / MARKETING
"There is an inherent drama in every product. Our job is to dig for it and capitalize on it."
~ Leo Burnett
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Distribution • Sales • Marketing
A collection of FREE forms, templates, and questionnaires:
A collection of books on film distribution, general sales and marketing principles. (*These are affiliate links)
This book will help outline a new way of looking at your film, especially when it comes time to sell it online.
If you want to play in the world of international film sales, then I can't think of anyone better than Stacey Parks to guide you and your film.
Jon Reiss has been a leader in the space of helping filmmakers transition into the digital era, adding to the concept coined by Peter Broderick, called, "Hybrid Distribution".
The American Film Market (AFM) presents this book on the business of media distribution in terms of working in an online world.
If you want the honest truth of how and why anyone - including yourself - is easily swayed by information online, then look no further than this book by Ryan Holiday. Eye opening!
A collection of software and tools to help you, market your movie.
A collection of podcasts and podcast episodes that cover different aspects of film distribution, sales and marketing process.
Richard Matson is the vice president of theatrical distribution at The Orchard, the distribution company behind the Oscar-nominated films Cartel Land and Life, Animated. The Orchard’s commitment to transparency stands in stark contrast to an industry-wide inclination to obscure distribution numbers, and they demonstrated that commitment by making the revenue streams for Cartel Land publicly available. Recently The Orchard made entertainment headlines again by spending $5 million to purchase Louis C.K.’s latest film, I Love You, Daddy, at the Toronto International Film Festival.
A collection of videos to help with film sales, marketing, and distribution needs.
In this Film Marketing Friday session, we pull back the curtain to reveal the secret of who is really making money in the film business.
Selling is simple. Just be able to communicate it clearly on one page. Your your sales sheet is your movie poster.
In this Film Marketing Friday, I’ll illustrate how other indie filmmakers are properly using online marketing skills to sell their films … and the secret to what we really should be marketing.
This is one of my favorite Film Marketing Friday sessions. In this episode we expose how selling to one person clarifies how you need to market your film.
Film Courage has assembled 147 videos on the topic of film distribution. 147!
Focused on the oft-shifting landscape of independent film distribution, SAG special panel will explore several important topics.
How much is your film worth? Meet the industrious developers of these new online services to empower producers and directors. These interactive tools tap into social and public databases, from financing to marketing and direct audience engagement.
Technology has changed the game. Consumers can ignore advertising and marketing at will. To break through the clutter, brands need to tell remarkable stories worth listening to and become the media in the process.
A collection of online courses that you can take right now to help with film sales, marketing, and distribution. (*Affiliate links)
- Understand the things they need to do before they start their film so that they will be able to make a distribution deal.
- Get an idea of the key documents and video files they will need to give to distribution companies.
- Understand the fastest and most effective way for building a fan base.
- Learn the best launch sequence for a film from Film Festivals to Theatrical to VOD Release.
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