Attending Film Festivals for Your Own Self-Promotion
Don’t think you need to have a finished project to attend a film festival! If you DO, that’s great, but film festivals can be so much more for you. Select a film festival or two to attend over the next six months that would fit well with your genre, or you think would attract the people you want in your posse. It’s a great place to network, gather information, watch other films, or even just get some inspiration! Christine will talk about volunteer options, how to make it worthwhile and more.
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Christine Merser is the managing partner of Blue Shoe Strategy, a marketing company specializing in content creation for all media platforms. But more than marketing, she loves film and TV and all things on a screen, however small. Eight years ago, she partnered with Heidi Sullivan, whose film, Ash Bash, A Love Story, was an entry in the Wood's Hole Film Festival, to start Screen Thoughts, a podcast reviewing all things on the screen from within a female lens. More than 250 episodes later, Christine continues to podcast weekly around film, although Heidi passed away a few years ago. In addition, Christine has worked with filmmakers to ensure their films are seen. Blue Shoe did the strategy and public relations around the documentary, India's Daughter, in its bid for an Academy Award.
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