5 Best Ways to Market and Distribute Your Documentary
After all of the time, energy, and money spent getting one’s documentary film to completion, how does an independent documentary filmmaker market and distribute their doc once it’s finished? In this week’s opening segment we’ll discuss 5 best ways to market and distribute your documentary.
Shared Conversation with a Doc Industry Guest
And in our shared conversation with a doc industry guest, we talk with Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective alum, Nathan Fitch, whose documentary, Island Soldier, is making big waves on the documentary film circuit, including stops at Full Frame, Hot Docs, and this week, in DocNYC.
Among topics discussed:
- How a stint in the Peace Corps led to his documentary filmmaking career
- The importance of becoming entrenched with a community that you’d like to film
- How one goes about applying to film with the military
- How the documentary life is not an easy one, but it’s a worthy one
We promised you it was in the works and now it’s finally here –
The Documentary Life Community Facebook Group!
Whether you are self taught or formally educated in the world of documentary filmmaking (or simply just considering the endeavor) you will find a home in this group with other like-minded individuals who share a passion for this exciting world of film.
This community is all about sharing valuable information in a way that can help others, allowing members to garner support when they need it, and helping members to build and grow relationships with one another and build connections, collaborations and friendships worldwide.
Click the above link to join and we’ll see you inside the group!
Click below to learn more about the Impact Producer position, as well as download a free booklet and video!
Places to discover more about the Impact Producer and these entities can help get your film the outreach that it deserves:
ISLAND SOLDIER Trailer: