A Guide to Film Festivals, Promotion, and Surviving the Ride
Written by award-winning filmmaker Clarissa Jacobson, I Made A Short Film Now WTF Do I Do With It is jam-packed with hard-earned knowledge, tips, and secrets on how to enter film festivals, promote your movie… and SUCCEED!
I Made A Short Film Now WTF Do I Do With It covers everything from what festivals to submit to, how to maximize your money, secure an international presence, deal with rejection, gain publicity, harness the power of social media, what a sales rep does and much more.
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What Others Are Saying:
"I Made a Short Film Now WTF Do I Do With It is jam-packed with first-hand knowledge, tips, and secrets on how to enter film festivals, promote your movie, and achieve your wildest filmmaking dreams. It’s required reading for every indie filmmaker who wants to gain an audience, stand out on the festival circuit, and work towards a career as a filmmaker." -- Film Daily
"Ultimately, Clarissa’s book is a very thoughtful reflection on her experiences making and marketing her successful and hilarious horror comedy “Lunch Ladies.” This reflection is a wonderful knew resource for filmmakers who are making or have already completed a new short film, but are looking for some help maximizing its audience-seeking potential." -- Horrible Imaginings Film Festival blog
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10/15/22 Minikino Kopi Selem Podcast
12/28/21 – Indie Film Hustle
9/23/21 - ISA Presents: Kick-Start Your Career with a Short Film - Zoom Talk
3/15/22 – UNESCO Vietnam Talk
6/8/21 - Hearthside Salons with PageCraft Writing
2/5/20 - Clermont-Ferrand Film Market
01/30/20 - Film Independent - So You’ve Made A Short Film. What Next? - Matt Warren
Page Count: 122
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: April 28, 2020
Imprint: Sunbury Press
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