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Utilizing Film Markets To Find The Right Sales Agent: A Case Study

Taking an extremely pro-active approach to the distribution of his film, filmmaker Ron Zimmerman took his nearly completed feature "The Killing Strain" to the American Film Market® to spark interest and find the right sales agent.

In this case study Ron discusses how he and his filmmaking partner met their sales agent, the preparation they did prior to going to the market, how they approached sales agents at AFM® with their film, how they took advantage of AFM® Workshops, the plan for this year with projects at script stage, what the 'seasons of filmmaking' are and much more.

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