Pitching your film?
Pitching means sharing your film.
Speaking about your film with confidence is important. It's how you garner all forms of support during each part of the filmmaking process.
We sat in on a formal pitch session with judges. The projects shared were all different, but feedback was consistent across the board. To help you with your own pitch, we captured three suggestions from the judges in this free download.
After reading through these tips, use the questions to think through your own pitch. The questions will help you gain clarity on talking about your own film – whether you're talking with family and friends or participating in a formal pitch session.
Download the free PDF and work through the questions whenever it's convenient for you!
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