Wednesday, July 22, 2009
More importantly, what is your goal for networking at the film festivals? You see, once you know your goal, you'll know which festivals to target.
If your goal is to meet 10 new directors, it doesn't matter which festival you choose. Therefore, you can go to one that's closest to you, fits your budget, and/or is coming up soon.
If your goal is to meet 10 A-List directors, then you have to go to Sundance, Cannes, or Tribeca.
Most people go to a film festival and "fly by the seat of their pants," letting randomness determine who they meet, what screenings they go to, and if they'll get into a party.
You can create an entire strategy for a film festival that includes having 5 desired outcomes and the plan to see them come to fruition. Time is money. This is your valuable time. Use it wisely.
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