Filmmakers are not marketers, but sometimes they have to think like them.
First impressions matter! Knowing when to start marketing yourself and/or your project is crucial to its success. Before you launch an endeavor, learn how to identify your marketing audience, the timing for your outreach, and how to present yourself with best industry practices. We’ll touch upon AI and how to use this tool to your advantage. WIFVNE Board of Director Kristen Falso-Capaldi will moderate this panel discussion with experienced professionals in the busines:. Christine Merser, Managing Partner of Blue Shoe Content; Gia Galligani, Executive Producer/Showrunner and Development Executive; and John Edginton, Documentary Film Director/Producer/Executive Producer.
Tickets are available now.
To register, visit the Woods Hole Film Festival website.
The 32nd Woods Hole Film Festival will take place from Saturday, July 29 through Saturday, August 5, 2023as both an in-person and virtual event. The virtual screenings will be available on the Festival platform from Sunday, August 6 though Sunday, August 13th. The Woods Hole Film Festival is dedicated to presenting the best independent film from emerging filmmakers from around the world. Over the past 30 years, the Woods Hole Film Festival has presented thousands of films to Woods Hole audiences, adapting and growing each year.
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