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Preparing For Takeoff by Arthur Vincie

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Chapter 23

Preparing for Distribution

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FIGURE 23.1 The goal.

If a film gets made and no one sees it, it doesn’t exist, right? You should be preparing for distribution from the minute you finish the first polished draft of your script. Your distribution goals may change during the course of making the film, but you should always keep in mind that, someday, someone is going to want to pay to see your creation (regardless of the medium or venue). Even if you’re just making a “calling card” film, nothing will attract future investors and producers more than being able to demonstrate that yes, in fact, your film found some kind of audience.

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