Filmmaker and Film Marketer Ava DuVernay TONIGHT on The Double Down Film Show

Posted by Anthony - March 8, 2011 - Double Down Film Show - No Comments
Ava DuVernay

On the next Double Down Film Show we’ll have a conversation with filmmaker and film marketer, Ava DuVernay, whose new feature film, I Will Follow is being released this Friday and was just dubbed by Roger Ebert, “The best film I’ve ever seen that deals with the loss of a loved one.”

 

I Will FollowAva formed her award-winning publicity firm currently known as DVA Media + Marketing, in 1999. In addition to directing, she has provided marketing strategy and execution for more than 100 mainstream Hollywood film and television campaigns including Hairspray, I – Robot, Spider-Man 2, and Collateral, just to name some.

Before her most recent release, Ms. DuVernay directed the documentary projects This is the Life and My Mic Sounds Nice: The Truth About Women in Hip-Hop.Her latest venture is founding the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM), which organizes limited engagement theatrical releases for Black independent films and was recently profiled in a feature article in the New York Times.

 

· How did she TRANSITION from marketing to directing?

· What does a modern indie film CAMPAIGN consist of?

· When should you seek and when should you avoid press?

· When should you seek and when should you avoid press?

· What MISCONCEPTIONS do many filmmakers share?

· At what POINT does an indie film need a publicist?

We’ll answer all these questions and more in another insightful episode of The Double Down Film Show. More practical filmmaking wisdom than you can shake a stick at…every Wednesday night at 9pm E.S.T.

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