If you have just overcome the obstacles of making your first independent film, the experience of finding festivals and distributions for your project can be daunting. Festival A-List is frequently promoted by the Hollywood star of Who's the First Choice for Independent Filmmakers. Unfortunately, they are also one of the most difficult films for small independent films to accept because of the high standards and politics they use in their selection process. Most of the award winning and premiered films are made by the so-called "specialists" of big studios like Warner Bros., Disney, 20th Century Fox, or are represented by high-energy agents. Companies that specialize in getting their projects into the event are said to facilitate sales on them. On the other hand, major studios are using theater film performances to promote their own projects to improve their publicity and make their plays.
So over the past thirty years, a system designed to promote films made in opposition to the studio has been chosen by them almost exclusively, leaving both beginners and true independents. Still cool. Every year, 120 films are selected for exhibition at a special star festival. These films were chosen from over 8,000 short and short films. However, most filmmakers and producers starting out may not have access to Angelina Jolie or Johnny Depp films, and see if almost any major film project is driven by celebrity, the opportunity for a movie should be Be interesting. With the unnamed chassis becoming thinner. Most first time filmmakers want to get noticed with their breakup films, which are often made on a small budget with their savings or mortgage. They are difficult to attract to star power, and it becomes an impossible task to stand up against the millions of films that have invested in them and their popularity.
Just ask director Danan, who has performed every major festival with his films Little Bruno and Devils Highway. "After thinking that my low-budget independent films were ignored because they didn't have a star in them, I knew that no one in the movie theater even looked at them and I Waste my money in sending in fees. So I got into my film at the New York International Film and Video Festival (NYIIFVF) and my life changed for the better. I go to the Cannes Film Festival and the Masquerade every year with them and I am really making a living in the film business. Since joining NYIIFVF, Frank's films have sold to international territories, including Russia, Thailand, and Germany through ITT distributor. He has produced a television cooking series called "Bikini Kitchen" with Dine Daniels that has attracted buyers around the world and has produced and directed documentaries that have premiered in 16 cities and 101 remedies and is screening 43 shows. Times. Frank says: 'Since my screenings at NYIIFVF in New York LA and at Cannes / Marche du Film. I learned more about the film business I used to be in film school. ” His company, Yuri Disney (Growing Development), is performing a remake of Steve Soderber's "J" drama starring Benny Yodir in Los Angeles.
NYIIFVF presents independent films in real independent theaters in NYC and LA and serves as a unique platform for emerging filmmakers to gain voice and network among distributors. No hotel rooms or bingo halls are used unlike other festivals. The festival is known as "The Voice for Independent Films" and has received wide media coverage. Media outlets covering the festival are: The Hollywood Reporter, The 5NN, New York Observer, The New York Times, The New York Times, The Times, The New York Times, The New York Times, The Wallpaper Journal, The New York Post, The Movie Maker, The Star Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The Wall Street Journal Also called independent film and video festival "New independent filmmakers replace the New York Film Festival," says the New York Times. "This festival is the real deal: Everyone's just talking about doing it, these guys just do it!" Adelaidera said in an interview with Film magazine.
The festival was founded in 1993 by entrepreneur Stuart Alson and is noted for promoting independent films that you have never been to any party in the country, whether through the festival circuit or regular theater distribution. Alson himself is a former stand-up comedian and produced a successful live show in New York before producing a long-running independent film. However, after finishing the film, he began to incorporate it into the theater circuit and began to understand the politics that governed it, as well as now. Alson noted, "I am a businessman and don't have the time to attend events and directors of schmooze. I created my own theater because I was tired of being cheated on as a filmmaker." 2,000 people submitted their $ 50 submissions, and what is happening is their checks are in jeopardy Designed and they paid for 100 stars, I know that the only way to truly develop a freelance film festival is to give independent filmmakers a chance to prove their truth. Just give a rejection letter.
Alson then went through the difficulties of distribution as he traveled to various film markets to sell his films and realized that distributors were unwilling to pay independent filmmakers for their work. "It doesn't make sense to me when a distributor saves the money they sell the movie and tells the filmmaker that it is under cost. Then I set up my own distributor," Alison said. I'm the one paying the filmmakers. " As a result of that experience, Alison established an IT distribution branch that distributes to the major film and television markets where successful and licensed production of quality products in all major territories. Distribution IT has established itself as a key player in the distribution world and specializes in negotiating the best deals for local filmmakers and buyers. The aim of IT is to be a top source for attracting, seeking, understanding and selling products. Their international presence at Cannes / Marche du Film, NATPE and AFM has created a pragmatic approach to selling, programming and terminating deals with buyers worldwide.
"The New York International Film and Video Festival is an integral part of every filmmaker who travels to achieve greatness in the art of filmmaking," says the New York-based actor and director. He has appeared in more than 12 films at the festival since 2001 and has made valuable connections to move his career forward as a result of the festival. Jade is an actor who is working on big-time TV shows and motion pictures, and his independent film, Grew and Finding Bieber, has been distributed and can be found in Hollywood Video L. M. L. and Blackbee. Every year, success stories of alumni from the New York International Film and Video Festival appear. For example, the Australian director's first film, Greg Maclane, premiered at the 2001 Film Festival, where it won the Best Director award. He then went on to write and direct the international boxing office to the Greek Wolf. The first film by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber (The Butterfly Effect) won the award for best comedy at the 1998 New York International Film Festival. Lana Pashina's new film, Svetlana About Svetlana, premiered in New York in 2007, and has since scored a US / Canada distribution First Run / Icarus films as well as aired in Russia and Europe.
Her performances in New York and LA in NYIIFVF attracted international press from Europe. "The festival is a vehicle that will finally get distribution for my documentary and it opens the door for new opportunities. The PR market of the festival is amazing and feels good," Pashina says. Pashina is currently in pre-production in LA for her debut feature with Das Films. Practitioner and former geologist turned playwright Dr. Andrea Levinson is proving she has the goods to become successful in the film business. Levinson recently completed the festival circuit of her first movie, Inheritance, Taxes … and Chocolate! In Los Angeles, Kansas, and New York. "Getting into the International Independent Film and Video Festival, New York, was the best thing that ever happened to me. And it wasn't fixed. It was the real deal," Levinson said.
"Since being in the movie industry, I feel like I'm in a shark-like environment," she said. However, I feel like I can be trusted with NYIIFVF. The festival exceeded my expectations. I have a great experience and the distributors are calling me and I don't have to call them, I like that the festival has educational workshops for filmmakers. One time I had a bad experience at a film festival that was fixed, however, at NYIFVF, we won the best comedy and best film. Filming without knowing a single person and having a "connection". Dr. Levinson's movie Tax … Chocolate! Is a comedy based on a true story about a small group of children in charge of life and fate. Levinson started working on the sequel. She has two distributors who are interested in DVD rights and it is considered for theatrical release. Because of her appearance at NYIFVF, several South American and Iranian film festivals also invited her to the show.
Finally, the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival pays attention to filmmakers. They are passionate about presenting films and documentaries that ordinary people do without compromising the internal politics that most of the other festivals are controlled. They are proud of their filmmakers and have a repeat list of friends, festivals, delegates and clients. It is important that you choose the right film festival to enter your film if you want to increase your chances of winning a commercial distribution and winning a prize. Of course, it would be great to win an award at the A-Film Festival and there will be a bidding dispute over your film. However, you have to be realistic and find a festival that is friendly to small independent filmmakers and their projects.
At least the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival will at least give your film a higher quality movie screening, as well as a proper theatrical screening in both New York and Los Angeles. ពួកគេយល់ច្បាស់ពីតំរូវការរបស់អ្នកផលិតខ្សែភាពយន្តឯករាជ្យពិតប្រាកដនិងជាអ្នកជំនាញនៅពេលនិយាយអំពីការធ្វើការជាមួយថវិកាខ្នាតតូចនិងគំនិតធំ ៗ ។ មហោស្រពនេះតំណាងឱ្យរលកថ្មីនៃផលិតករភាពយន្តដែលកំពុងសម្លឹងមើលដើម្បីឱ្យសំលេងរបស់ពួកគេត្រូវបានគេ and និងខ្សែភាពយន្តនិងផ្តល់នូវឱកាសពិសេសមួយសម្រាប់សមាជិកនៃឧស្សាហកម្មភាពយន្តក៏ដូចជាប្រតិភូនិងអ្នកចូលរួមដោយគ្មានការគិតពិចារណា។ យោងតាមនិពន្ធនាយកទស្សនាវដ្តីខ្នាតតូចខ្នាតតូចដែលមានប្រជាប្រិយឈ្មោះដេវសាដាឡាបានមានប្រសាសន៍ថា“ សម្រាប់តន្រ្តីករអ្នកផលិតផលិតករឬអ្នកដឹកនាំរឿង NYIIFVF គឺជាកន្លែងដែលគំរោងរបស់អ្នកត្រូវបានគេមើលនិងពិនិត្យឡើងវិញដោយល្អបំផុត។ មហោស្រពដ៏ល្បីល្បាញលើពិភពលោកនេះអាចជាបន្ទះចាប់ផ្តើម។ អាជីពជោគជ័យ” ។