In this interview, Jason shares...
- Why you no longer need the traditional middle-man in independent film distribution
- Why all filmmakers should set up a crowdfunding campaign and how to use it beyond raising money
- 3 things aspiring filmmakers can do today to get closer to making, marketing, and selling a movie
- The one thing you must have to be able to direct distribute your film
- What you need to have in place to build a community of buyers
- Leveraging the social window to get your movies seen and sold
Jason Brubaker is an independent film producer, an expert in internet movie distribution, and previously worked as the Manager of Acquisitions for Chill. He is focused on helping you make, market, and sell movies more easily by growing your fan base, building buzz, and creating community around your title.
Finding a traditional distribution deal is increasingly challenging. Nobody knows this better than Jason. After failing to garner a traditional distribution deal for his first feature, he figured out how to market and sell his movie online. With his easy to follow, step-by-step system, Brubaker shows independent filmmakers how to maximize movie profits without the middle-man!
Jason is a contributing author of The Independent’s Guide to Film Distributors, and the founder of Filmmaking Stuff, a professional resource for independent filmmakers, which provides tips on screenwriting, producing, crowdfunding, directing, movie marketing, and film distribution. His articles on independent movie marketing and distribution have been featured in Film Slate, The Independent, and Movie Maker Magazine.
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