September 4, 2014 at 4:39PM


Distribution for student feature films?

Lets say this student experimental feature film was made with an entry-level DSLR and zero-budget, but has a "pretty good" original screenplay, director and actors.

So now the team wants to make a zero-budget strategy for festivals and distribution for the first feature film.

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I just commented on one of your other posts - same marketing strategy: instagram, twitter, facebook. Regular posts, hashtags, consummable media (pictures, videos, etc), and a dedicated person on your team to make this a PT, if not FT job for the run of the movie. That person needs to follow and engage with the target audience (if it's a western, find folks that like westerns and strike up some chats). Also, pour thru daily.

October 13, 2014 at 11:13PM


Hello! Very interesting information that sounds great and familiar to me! That's why I'd like to share some news of mine and also some things that can be useful for someone else. Recently I've got a part (not main but also not the last one) in a feature movie and still cannot believe it. Now I'm happy very much however I have to combine my studying with filming. For not dropping out of the university I have had to use the online helpers like that ease doing the assignments on writing much. As you understand now I don't have time enough for my homework because instead of this I should learn my role, go to the rehearsals and filming. Besides, I've started to go to the gym because I must look great for my role.

February 10, 2019 at 9:12AM


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