The corporate world is beginning to recognize the value filmmakers can add to their brand and international short film distribution remains strong.
I Declare War has been picked up for distribution by Drafthouse Films in the U.S. and Phase 4 Films in Canada.
Cybergeddon, the feature film produced by Anthony Leo is premiering online at Yahoo!
Let’s say you’ve finessed your good idea into a polished script. You’re getting buy-in from people around you. This project looks like it’s going to go ahead. You start thinking cast, keys, location and of course, solving the mystery of
Huge congrats to Trevor Anderson (NSI Drama Prize) whose short film The High Level Bridge has been licensed for exclusive Canadian distribution by CBC for TV, On Demand and internet rights.
An Insignificant Harvey by Jeff Kopas (NSI Features First) was picked up by Shoreline Entertainment for U.S and international sales representation at the American Film Market. Stars Kristin Adams, Jordan Prentice, Art Hindle and Steven McCarthy. Executive producer is Don
The short film Adam Avenger co-produced by Jordana Aarons (NSI Totally Television), was picked up by the Sundance Channel.
Jon Reiss talks about the importance of rights issues in the digital space including streaming video.
David Geertz talks about his crowdfunding platform the Biracy Project.
In his book Think Outside the Box Office filmmaker Jon Reiss introduces the idea of a new crew position: Producer of marketing and distribution. If you haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy of Jon’s book, check out
Three experts from the international film community discuss new ways to connect an audience to your film.
Kellie Ann Benz explains where to submit your short film and gives a little advice about how to handle the festival submission process.