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If you're an independent filmmaker looking for information on how to find distribution and audiences for your movies and videos, you'll find it here. This book gives street level instruction and real-world examples on how to promote, distribute and sell your productions. From landing a distribution deal and getting free media coverage to staging a low-cost premiere and selling your productions to video rental chains and through the Internet, this book is a must-have' for any independent film or videomaker looking to seriously sustain a career in the entertainment industry.
Mark Steven Bosko, who lives in Ravenna, Ohio, has been promoting and distributing independent feature films for more than 10 years and, in addition to performing virtually every job on a film production, has worked professionally in public relations, marketing and magazine publishing.
Highly recommended for filmmakers & screenwriters alike.
If you are an independent filmmaker, or want to know what it takes to get a film promoted, distributed and sold, you must have this book.
I can now proudly say that my DVD is available in 17 video stores in Pennslyvania and New York thanks to the tips in this book!
Any filmmaker looking for insight on how to get attention, and sales for his film has to read this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by VolkeyMan
The book has useful information, I used it to take my first movie to a festival. I followed it's tips and I was a succes in the festival.Published on April 7, 2011 by Edy
This book is outstanding. Excellent real world examples. Takes readers from top to bottom through the industry. Read morePublished on March 22, 2008 by Kevin Brett
In the course of making a film, we found this book to be very helpful. It organizes info about the business side of the filmmaking process.Published on October 17, 2005 by Siri Lini
WOW! What a great resource for charging those batteries and making you get those dusty movies off the shelf and out to market. Read morePublished on May 14, 2003 by Abiiba Howell