Born To Do It: Becoming the Leader of a Business Niche Using Powerful Spiritual Techniques By Dr. Rebekah Louisa Smith
Fusion International Film Festivals
Corinne Chateau – Safer in Silence
Interviewer: Steve Grossmith
Fusion International Film festivals
Hosted By: Steve Grossmith & Dan Hickford
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The Closing Credits Podcast
Welcome to Episode 26! In this episode, I had the immense pleasure of speaking with Associate Animation Supervisor; Jean-Denis Haas. We chat about what he’s learned from working at ILM for 18 years, the differences between VFX animation and animation, and Animation Mentor.
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Indie Rights Movies
Indie Rights Movies
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The company is actively engaged in co-production on a number of high quality film and television projects, can offer bespoke production service deals and has a slate of in-house features in various stages of development and production which are financed internally.
FilmDoo.com is a UK-based video-on-demand (VOD) platform that specialises in independent and world cinema.
Rather than relying solely on the traditional distribution system to distribute content, FilmDoo chooses to source films directly from all levels of the film distribution chain from filmmakers through to sales agents and distributors.Through this approach they have given international releases to films that had previously received no home video distribution, including films from Southeast Asia and South Africa, as well as giving exclusive UK releases to feature films.
In this program, we cover everything from the very basics of what gear to buy and how to use it, to advanced cinematography techniques, my full editing workflow (on both Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X), and the steps I take to land video clients! The curriculum currently consists of over 400+ training videos (80+ hours) and I add new videos every month to keep the learning relevant and up-to-date.
Magus Marketing is a creative content development consultancy that helps independent filmmakers bring their stories to audiences in the best possible shape. From initial concept and pitch development through to developing outstanding creative materials, we will ensure that your content stands out among a sea of other films and series. From there we can help with raising awareness of your work, both within the trade and with your audience. Magus is also a well-connected agent in the wider world of film & TV sales and distribution and for certain projects we can also represent your content and secure deals.
Film & Series Content Development & Marketing
What We Can Do For You
Magus Marketing is a film & series creative development consultancy run by Jonathan Sadler, that offers a full-service agency output through utilising a network of independent contractors who jointly possess the deep knowledge, experience and skills required to successfully deliver any creative or sales and distribution project.
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Magus Marketing can also provide development support and consultancy at each and every stage of the value chain, ensuring that content is in the best possible shape to enter the distribution landscape, both in the UK and internationally.
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Association Of Film Commissioners International (AFCI)
Association Of Film Commissioners International
FOUNDED IN 1975, Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) is the only global non-profit professional organisation representing city, state, regional, provincial and national film commission members on six continents.
An Affiliate Membership program enables production companies and businesses servicing the production community to also be a part of the organization.
Direct Access To The AFCI's Global Network
Submit a production brief on your up-comping project (feature, short, commercial, music video, etc.) to AFCI’s film commission offices representing locations around the world.
The AFCI has approximately 300 members across North, Central and South America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Oceana. At their fingertips, each member’s film commission has the most current information on the following:
Sound Stage, Post and VFX facilities
Cast & Crew Availability
Incentives/Credits/Rebates and more…