As underground filmmakers are getting locked out of the streaming world, one way to promote their work is release the DVD as an object of art.
Take a step back from the relentless marketing via social networks and approach them as you would dealing with the live human beings tweeting.
Creating a great, easy-to-use cast list for your film’s website is an excellent promotional tool to help sell your film.
Here are some really simple tips on how to promote your blog’s RSS feed automatically around the web so you can get more traffic.
Now is the time for underground filmmakers, and fans alike, to start thinking how best to represent our innovative works on mobile devices.
Bob Moricz is the first filmmaker to sell his films in handmade DIY packaging sold on the extremely popular DIY marketplace, Etsy.com.
Want to start an underground film blog? Or want to know what your other options are? Here’s a look at some of the big blogging platforms.
Forget the old standards of promotional film websites. The underground film world needs more interactivity-inspiring websites.
How do you get an audience for your film online? Don’t go out and bring them to you. Create a path that makes them come of their own devising.
While the world was buzzing about the Sundance YouTube rental partnership, nobody mentioned the tons of other films uploaded online.