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EPK Film Press Kit

EPK Film Press Kit

The EPK or Electronic Film Press Kit is your advertisement to the media, film festivals, distributors and your film audience.

Electronic Press Kit for Film

Film PR

What is include in a film press kit?

How to write a press release

What is the difference between EPK and a Film Press Kit?

There is a difference between a Film Press Kit and an EPK (Electronic Press Kit). An EPK includes your video clips, high-res images, trailers and clips to be used on television interviews and film festivals.

A Film Press Kit is what you send to journalists, blogs to garner publicity.

How to Structure your Film Website for Marketing

How to Structure your Film Website for Marketing

It is so easy to get carried away with a flashy website for your film, but you must remember you are building a film website to get fans to sign up to your mailing list and the media to download your assets.

Film Marketing

Film Marketing

Film marketing is crucial in targeting an audience to come see your film. Here are the steps in how to identify, engage and build your audience. You will learn how to increase your fan base, create a buzz online and get media exposure.

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How to write a good proposal for funding

This document is intended as a brief outline of what makes a good proposal. There is no single way to do it and the most important questions you need to answer are: What is this film about? Why am I going to make it?


10 ways to confidently pitch your film to investors

Are you ready to walk 'into the room' and pitch to a decision-maker such as an agent, financier, producer, distributor or studio executive? Here are the top ten pitching tips to help you in a high-stakes situation. There are 5 Do's and 5 Don'ts:

What is Film Finance?

In the United States, the value is typically based on a forecast of revenues (generally 10 years for films and 20 years for television shows), beginning with theatrical release, and including DVD sales, and release to cable broadcast television networks both domestic and international and infligh