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How to Find an Audience for Your Indie Film with Media Circus

Today on the show we have Adam Bowman and Paul Koshlap from Media Circus PR. These guys specialize in marketing for indie films and filmmakers. They handle digital marketing, public relations, digital advertising and much more.

We discuss the state of indie film marketing, how to find an audience for your film and tips and tricks to get you film and yourself out there.

media circus, adam bowman, Paul Koshlap, Media Circus PR, Glen Reynolds, Circus Road Films

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Slamdance / Blackmagic Design Workshop

Join Alex Ferrari as he shares tips and tricks using Blackmagic Design cameras and post-production workflow. He discusses handling the post for Hulu’s Dimension 404, directing the Nerdist/Legendary Digital’s series The S.P.A.A.C.E Program and his debut feature film This is Meg.

The workshop will be on Saturday, January 20th at the Treasure Mountain Inn from 2:30pm-4:30pm, followed by a happy hour. 

Slamdance HQ, Screening Rooms, and Filmmaker Lounge
at Treasure Mountain Inn (TMI)

255 Main Street, Park City, Summit County, UT 84060
(323) 466-1786

Hope to see you there.


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