Submitting to film festivals can be overwhelming. To help you navigate the process, we walk you through submissions workflows, materials, and best practices, from Withoutabox through logline writing, screener delivery, & more.
Lights Film School speaks with BOND360 Founder & CEO Marc Schiller about indie film distribution in the digital age. We share his thoughts on content accessibility, audience building, release windows, data analysis, the value of film festivals, how to succeed in the industry, & more.
We talk distribution and festivals with indie filmmaker Ryan Patch, unpacking his experiences with two completed shorts and one feature. A firsthand account of successful strategies, audience building, networking realities, and more!
Lights Film School recently connected with first time feature filmmaker Nicole Teeny to discuss BIBLE QUIZ, her documentary that has met with great success in the world of festivals and distribution.
You’ve done it. After more sleepless nights than you care to count, you’ve completed your film. Now you need an audience… How will you find yours?
Lights Film School recently had the opportunity to chat with Sam Macon about SIGN PAINTERS, a low budget documentary feature he directed with Faythe Levine. We discuss documentary techniques, ethics, audience building, distribution, and more in great detail.
With the evolving release windows system and a plethora of VOD platforms available, indie film distribution in the digital age is a Rubik’s Cube of possibilities. It’s your responsibility to match the colors by evaluating what twists and turns are most strategic for your particular film; no two solutions are the same. What will your solution be?
Last Wednesday night I wrapped an editing project, closed Premiere Pro, and noticed that the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop application had “New Updates” to install… 11 of them. I followed the notification through to the “App” pane, where I was informed that the 2014 Release of Adobe Creative Cloud was available for download. A bit of research…