Distribution Case Study by Shoshi Korman
This masterclass by Shoshi Korman, Head of Marketing and Festivals at Cinephil will focus on international distribution today. Highlighting key milestones in order to help filmmakers reach their distribution goals and placing their film in the international market. The case study into Collective (Alexander Nanau, 2019) has been prepared to highlight key insights and recommendations for emerging filmmakers. This includes marketing strategy analysis and how to successfully reach your desired audience and make your dream a reality.
Shoshi Korman is Head of Festivals and Marketing at Cinephil, an international sales and advisory firm with a strong reputation for securing international distribution, broadcasting and financing deals for documentaries from around the world on behalf of producers and directors. Shoshi focuses on festival, release and awards campaigns. Recent titles she has worked on include Sundance winners FLEE, by Jonas Poher Rasmussen; President, by Camilla Nielsson; Collective, by Alexander Nanau – screened at Verzió in 2019; Gunda, by Victor Kossakovsky; and the Ross Brother’s Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets.
DocLab masterclasses are free and public, but registration is required as there are a limited number of seats available.
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According to the house rules of CEU, a mask must be worn indoors, and an ID card and valid Hungarian or English-language vaccination card must be presented upon entry.
Venue: CEU – Nádor 15: Budapest V., Nádor u. 15. 1st floor, room 103