The Importance of Contingencies in Film Marketing

by Peter D. Marshall

This article was written by Patty Fantasia.

“The film short I’m co-producing “Accused” is now in post production and during the editing process I’ve been putting together a marketing plan for promotion, audience building and defining our goals for the project.  One thing that has become apparent to me is the need for structuring a “things to do list” in such a way that the basics are locked down, while leaving room for contingencies.  In addition,  we  have been discussing the most effective way in which we can use this production “as a means of advertising”, the way that Thomas Mai suggested during my chat with him.”

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