REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE 2012 FILM INDEPENDENT FORUM
“You can’t just have a dream, you have to have a plan.”
—Joe Drake, President, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, 2010 Forum Keynote Speaker
Movies aren’t just made; they’re bought and sold, marketed and distributed and, hopefully, watched. You don’t get from ‘made’ to ‘watched’ without a plan, though. The Film Independent Forum can help you create just that — and if you register by September 28, you’ll save money, too.
This year’s Forum will be held October 19-21 in Los Angeles. You’ll have the opportunity to join industry leaders and your fellow filmmakers for a weekend packed with real-world case studies, practical solutions and off-the-record discussions on:
- film financing, budgets and funders
- distribution and ways to reach your audience
- all things digital, tackling everything from piracy issues to VOD
- advice from those who’ve found success in young Indiewood
- and so much more!
Plus, you’ll have the chance to attend networking lunches and the opportunity for one-on-one access to industry execs with our IndieLinks sessions.
Panelists will be announced soon. For an idea of who and what to expect, check out our previous guests, including last year’s keynote speaker, director Werner Herzog. His thoughts on day jobs are particularly stimulating for the beginning of this post-Labor Day week!
What will this year’s Forum bring? There’s only way to find out — register now to secure your spot, and be on your way to creating a real plan for your film.
For more information, visit: filmindependent.org/forum
September 4th, 2012 • No Comments