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Podcast: Five Ways To Benefit From AFM (Whether You're There or Not)

In this podcast Film Specific founder Stacey Parks looks at 5 ways indie filmmakers can benefit from the American Film Market (AFM) whether they're attending or not.

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FILM MARKET RESOURCES ON FILM SPECIFIC:

• Working AFM: A Filmmakers Guide To Maximizing The Market

AFM Success Story: 2 Low Budget Projects, 2 Successful Outcomes

• What To Expect When You're Expecting A Sale At AFM

• Selling To Foreign Distributors On Your Own

• Buyers List: Top 10 Indie Friendly International Buyers At AFM - members only

• Using Film Markets To Find Financing For Your Film - members only

• Film Market Prep Guide - Guide To Preparing For AFM For Finished Films & Scripts - members only

• A Guide To Sales Agencies Who Do Pre-Sales - members only

• How To Pitch Your Project - members only


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MP3 DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS

PC Users:
If you're using a Windows PC, RIGHT CLICK on the "DOWNLOAD" links above, and from the pop up menu select "Save Target As" in Internet Explorer or "Save Link As" in Netscape. In the "Save As" dialog box, choose where you'd like to save the file on your hard drive, then click "Save." Once the download is complete, simply open the file. The MP3 file should open in whatever audio program you have on your computer.

Mac Users:
If you're using a Mac and Mozilla Firefox, move your cusor over the "DOWNLOAD" links above, click the CTRL key, then click on the link. (The key is to do this in order) From the pop up box, select "Save Link As". Another window opens allowing you to choose where you'd like to save the file on your hard drive, then click "Save". Once the download is complete, simply open the file. The MP3 file should open in whatever audio program you have on your computer.

If you're using a Mac and Safari, move your cusor over the "DOWNLOAD" links above, click the CTRL key, then click on the link. (The key is to do this in order) From the pop up box, select "Download Linked File As". Name the film and the file downloads immediately. Once the download is complete, simply open the file. The MP3 file should open in whatever audio program you have on your computer.