Episode Fourteen: Promoting Your Film
Making a website for your film may seem like a no-brainer, but did you think you might want to create it during the development phase of making your film? It may seem too early, but it’s important to know that it’s never too early start promoting your film. Promotion doesn’t just include a website, but it also includes branding your film and making your film’s poster as well.
Episode Fourteen Guests
Unlike most filmmakers, Andrew Robinson never set out to become one. At the age of 13, Andrew and his family relocated to Littleton, Colorado where he would eventually attend Columbine High School. During his time at Columbine, Robinson fell into the dramatic arts and became a staple in school as well as local and statewide productions. However, the morning of April 20th 1999 changed all of that. April Showers marks Robinson’s second feature length effort. Robinson and Edwards have recently begun work on their second feature film collaboration, an adaptation of Dancing Carl based on the novel by three-time Newbery Honor author Gary Paulsen.
Frankie Carranza- Printer
Los Angeles native, Frankie N. Carranza is founder and C.E.O. of Indie Printing Inc. Frankie has over 12 years experience as a freelance graphic designer, and photographer. Before Indie Printing, Frankie worked several positions in the independent film industry as well as larger studio productions, which helps him relate closely to his clientele and their projects. Several years of real life experience in the industry provided a strong backbone for the overall identity, spirit, and creation of Indie Printing in 2003. Indie Printing is an eco-conscious printing company which caters to the independent mind on the independent budget.
Jenna Edwards- Resident Producing Advisor
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