In the last of Rona Edwards' four-part film festival series, the big day has arrived. You are showcasing your work and exposing it in front of a festival audience.
You’ve been accepted into a film festival. Panic ensues. The sweat on your brow tells you that you still have work to do in order to really take advantage of the promotion a festival has to offer. You’ve set your goals; you’ve targeted the festivals. But now what?
If you're looking to get your script made and seen, you already have the material, and you can handle distribution on your own! Marty Lang explains that by becoming a writer/producer and putting in the work, you can literally will your film into the world!
Rona Edwards elaborates on her film festival advice, helping you sift through the thousands of film festivals out there to know where your film belongs.
With 4,000+ film festivals around the world and a festival in just about every city, it can be overwhelming for any filmmaker maneuvering through the film festival circuit. Rona Edwards gives film festival tips in her 4-part series.
Rebecca Norris talks with executive board members of the Breckenridge Film Festival for an inside scoop on what they look for in film submissions.
The D.C. Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition, an 11-day event that includes film screenings of shorts, Q&As, filmmaker workshops and free family screenings in Washington, D.C., is considered to be one of the top-tiered short film festivals nationally and around the world, and for budding screenwriters, the unique perks it offers are hard...
Rebecca Norris reviews her experience at the Breckenridge Film Festival, one of the oldest and most respected film festivals in the U.S.
Some filmmakers have developed a team-oriented approach to creating films. While these teams have different structures and focal points, they share one thing: They're groups of creative people working together to make new work. And they're called collectives.
Christopher Schiller uses differing perspectives from two separate audiences who happened to watch 'Things to Come' at the same time.