Lecture: International Distribution Possibilities for African Films, Sept. 22 2013 @ Heron Hotel

September 20, 2013 at 9:50 am 1 comment

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So you have either decided you want to make a movie or you have actually completed making a film – congratulations.
What´s next for you? Who will see my film?
Where will they see it and how? At the cinema? On DVD? On the internet or mobile?
How will I pay back the debts I took on during production? How do I make a living with filmmaking in the future, especially now that I have used up all my favours with my family and friends and sponsors?

Words like “exhibition”, “theatrical release”, “VOD” and “Minimum Guarantee” start entering your life and you wonder…. what do those things mean?
And why should I actually bother with marketing and distribution during production?

Philipp Hoffmann is discussing these questions and shares his experience on possibilities.

Please be on time!
Limited space only, admission on first come first serve basis.

In case of any questions, please inbox us.

This Lecture is part of the ONE FINE DAY FILM Workshops and a partnership project between the DW Akademie, ONE FINE DAY FILMS and GINGER INK. It is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development , the Film- & Medienstiftung NRW, the Goethe-Institut Nairobi and ARRI Film- & TV Services.

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  • 1. Keith Shiri  |  September 21, 2013 at 5:03 pm

    Would be interested in getting a similar workshops as part of Africa International Film Festival 10-16 November in Calabar, Nigeria.
    ikenna@africafilmfest.org

    Reply

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