THE POST-CANNES REPORT: HOW TO SURVIVE PRODUCING A FILM FOR THE GLOBAL MARKETPLACE - A VIRTUAL SEMINAR
The new economy and all the 2.0 distribution possibilities are great for lower budget films if you are looking to recoup your investment. But what about for films budgeted $1 million and higher? How do you survive this higher budgeted landscape when you need to recoup much bigger revenue numbers?
In this post Cannes Report Virtual Seminar I give you my top strategies for how to plan for financing and distribution if you have a over $1 million film - what's important, what's not, what you need to plan for, and what you can leave out of the equation.
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About Stacey Parks
Stacey Parks is an expert in the area of independent film distribution, with over 13 years experience working with independent film producers. As a Foreign Sales Agent she has secured distribution for hundreds of independent features and programs worldwide. She has sold independent films and programming to HBO, Showtime, Starz, PBS, A&E, BBC, SkyTV, NHK (Japan), RTL (Germany), Canal Plus (France), and countless others.
Her clients films have premiered at Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Berlin, SXSW, San Sebastian, and other major film festivals. Her clients include Sundance and SXSW award-winning filmmakers and producers who have secured studio and mini-major distribution.
Stacey is the author of 'The Insider's Guide to Independent Film Distribution" (2007 Focal Press), the founder of Film Specific, the educational resource and community for independent filmmakers focused on helping independent filmmakers get their works distributed, and she is an adjunct professor in the Entertainment Studies department of UCLA.
Stacey has been profiled and interviewed in MovieMaker Magazine, Student Filmmakers Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor and the Los Angeles Business Journal. She has spoken on numerous panels including the Alliance of Women Directors, Slamdance and the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, has presented lectures or workshops at the British Film Institute, UCLA, Women In Film, and the Raindance Film Festival, and frequently writes articles for MovieMaker Magazine, MovieScope Magazine, and Student Filmmakers Magazine.