Re: [videoblogging] All in one for indy filmmakers
- On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 8:38 AM, Jay dedman <jay.dedman@...> wrote:
>But they do it very well though, it's very high profile, and they are
> > Many indy films have been financed through
> > http://www.kickstarter.com
> > http://www.kickstarter.com/discover/film%20&%20video?ref=sidebar
> Yep, Kickstarter is great. But hey just do fundraising.
almost certainly the biggest?
That means a good number of the projects end up reaching their target funding.
> Vo.do is interesting because it also helps with distribution. TheySure, all marketing and distribution helps, but of course the most
> partner with http://ez.tv so get a lot of downloads among the torrent
important marketing is the hard work you put in yourself.
As for torrents, when I released an ebook quite a few years ago on
torrent I simply hosted and listed it myself and within a few days
(with no publicity at all) I got notified by my web host that I had
exceeded my multi GB web site traffic limit it was so popular!
> Again, this is for longer format that wont necessarily work on theNot an issue for Youtube Partners.
> current Youtube,.
If you've got a good film/doco/whatever I suspect it wouldn't be too
hard to find a youtube partner to host it for you (specially if you
let them get some or all the ad revenue).
I'm doing this for a filmmaker friend of mine:
(only a trailer now, but I will be hosting the 3 x full length doco
episodes on Youtube for him)