Making a film is a business and you need to follow a process to make a profit for yourself and your film investors. This step-by-step guide shows you how and where to find film funding, grow your audience and get your film to production.
The logline is the short summary of your film which must entice the interest of your audience in under 40 words. It makes the reader, producer and audience want to know more about your story. Here is how to write your exciting #logline.
Today I would like to cover the importance of your #Logline. It is also called 'elevator pitch' for the reason that you must be able to explain within 10 seconds what your film is about. Imagine, you have a film producer standing in front of you, and he says ok, pitch me the film.
Writing your Documentary Logline is as important as the script itself. Here are logline examples that shows you how in a sentence or two describe your film so that producers and film investors immediately know what your #documentary is about.
If you have a perfectly constructed logline that genuinely taps into the essence of what your film is all about, then its meaning should resonate on every page of your script. Here is the list of the best logline examples for feature films that became box office hits.
Your main aim with film festival marketing is to get buzz and a distribution deal. If you get a distribution deal before you get to the festival, make a media splash with the announcement that your film has been picked up. This is the time to shine.
Email marketing is the most effective way to market your film and build a relationship with your fans.
Yes, it is possible to know exactly who your film audience is going to be. We are going to create a persona of your ideal audience, analyze their interests and then market to them.
You now hold a card that Hollywood doesn’t have, your own fanbase. With a Film Marketing Plan you can now market directly to film audiences at the fraction of traditional Hollywood marketing budgets.