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Selling Your Film Outside the U.S.

Selling Your Film - Distribution in Europe

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Descrizione

This is the second volume in the “Selling Your Film” case study book series. While our first book, Selling Your Film Without Selling Your Soul, focused on U.S releases and case studies, Selling Your Film Outside the U.S. takes a deep dive into digital distribution (and distribution generally) in Europe and provides several case studies of films released there.

The series began in 2011 as an attempt to encourage transparency in an industry that has always been quite reluctant to do so. Three years later, we are proud to have led the charge towards this goal, and we are encouraged that others are embarking on other projects that attempt to do the same.

Within the pages of this book, you will find marketing and crowdfunding strategies, real distribution budgets, community building activities and detailed ancillary and digital distribution revenues for independently produced films. 

By stripping away the mythology surrounding independent film distribution, we aim to present a more realistic picture regarding how filmmakers can earn revenue—and when they cannot—from a variety of release strategies. While there is no one model that will work for a particular film, the books in this series highlight a multitude of new techniques filmmakers are using to directly connect their films with audiences, effectively reach them through the power of the global Internet, and build a sustainable fan base to last throughout a career.

One of the chapters in this book employs the phrase “Carpe Diem.” In the context of digital distribution, this has dual meaning. First, in a harsh world that can tire of one thing and move onto the next in the blink of an eye, we encourage filmmakers to jump into action and formulate a viable and expedient distribution strategy as their films move from the festival circuit onto a larger arena. Second, the digital distribution space is a constantly changing one, where platforms come and go at an astonishing rate. Therefore, it is important that filmmakers not only empower themselves by learning how to navigate the landscape of digital distribution, but by keeping this knowledge up to date as well.

To that aim, we offer Selling Your Film Outside the U.S.—containing chapters by The Film Collaborative co-executive directors Orly Ravid and Jeffrey Winter, TFC Director of Digital Marketing Strategy and social media expert Sheri Chandler, filmmaker, author and media strategist Jon Reiss, and Wendy Bernfeld, managing director of the European content curation and licensing company Rights Stuff BV.—as the starting point for any filmmaker (whether they are U.S.-based or not) who wishes to explore distributing their film in Europe.

Selling Your Film Outside the U.S.
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  • Disponibile su iPhone, iPad, iPod touch e Mac.
  • Categoria: Arti dello spettacolo
  • Pubblicato: 23/05/2014
  • Editore: The Film Collaborative
  • Pagine: 137
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Serie: Selling Your Film
  • Requisiti: Per leggere questo libro, devi disporre di un dispositivo iOS con iBooks 1.5 o versione successiva e iOS 4.3.3 o versione successiva, oppure di un Mac con iBooks 1.0 o versione successiva e OS X 10.9 o versione successiva.

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Dello stesso autore: The Film Collaborative, Orly Ravid, Jeffrey Winter, Sheri Candler, Jon Reiss & Wendy Bernfeld