Category: Distribution

Great Film Posters Aren’t A Fluke… They’re Designed That Way

Posted by Anthony - February 15, 2012 - Distribution, Marketing DesigningPosters1

Great movie posters that get people to stop and notice your film at a festival, add it to their Netflix cue or drop $12 at the local theater are not just a fluke…they are a result of great design.  Peep the info graphic below by COLOURlovers.com to see what poster design elements help get asses in [...]

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Episode #73 – The Double Down Film Show is Back With Sheri Candler

Posted by Anthony - September 16, 2011 - Distribution, Double Down Film Show SellingYaFilm1

On the season #6 premiere of The Double Down Film Show we discuss indie film marketing, publicity with microbudget maven, Sheri Candler. Sheri is an independent film marketing and publicity consultant who co-authored the new book, Selling Your Film Without Selling Your Soul, which features DIY distribution strategies, case-studies and advice for indie filmmakers on [...]

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Learn to Sell Your Film Without Selling Your Soul

Posted by Anthony - August 19, 2011 - Announcements, Book Reviews, Distribution SellingYaFilm1

If you are an indie filmmaker working towards your first feature, you can’t afford not to read this hot new book.  Check back here for our exclusive Double Down Film Show interview with co-author Marketing and Publicity expert, Sheri Candler, when it’s released this September.  

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Guerrilla Film Marketing for Werewolves

Posted by Anthony - February 5, 2010 - Distribution

My man, Sam Thompson, director of the Slamdance film, “There’s a Werewolf in My Attic”, who I met briefly at Sundance a few years back just launched a simple fun campaign to promote and sell his newest horror flick “Living Arrangements”. I’m reposting it here because I think it’s an excellent case-study in no-budget film [...]

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Straight From the Studios to Your TV…a Future With Less Middlemen

Posted by Anthony - November 10, 2009 - Distribution

If you’ve been listening to any of the 30+ hours of free filmmaking advice we’ve been doling out every week on The Double Down Film Show, then you are already well aware that as I’ve been predicting and preaching on this blog since it started sveral year ago, the Hollywood middlemen of old (cable companies, [...]

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