Today we bring you another installment in the Stage 32 Film Courage series on Crowdsourcing vs. Crowdfunding for filmmakers. Stage 32 Founder & CEO, RB, talks about how to identify, engage and move your audience. In this 9-minute clip, RB goes over the definition of crowdsourcing for filmmakers, and why it's different than crowdfunding. He shares a case study of Mile, Mile and A Half, and how they crowdsourced to help spread the word of their film. He talks about cultivating your audience in order to help you in multiple ways including marketing, producing and financing your film.
The entire wide-ranging interview covered a plethora of subjects including filmmaking, acting, screenwriting, distribution, indie film, the state or the industry, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, social media, and networking in person, online and outside of LA to name a few.
Film Courage continues to release the interview in segments and we're happy to announce that we'll be bringing these videos to the community right here on the Stage 32 Blog. If you've missed the other Film Courage video posts so far, don't worry! You can access them here:
Like this blog post? Please share it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email etc) by using social media buttons at the top of the blog. Or post to your personal blog and anywhere else you feel appropriate. Thank you.
As always, we welcome thoughts and remarks on ANY of the content above in the Comments section below...
|Only You Can Make it Happen|
|School's Back In Session At Stage 32|