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Noam Kroll is an award winning Los Angeles based filmmaker and founder of the boutique post-production company Creative Rebellion. In his latest guest post for Indiewire, he writes about why getting accepted into a film festival is no longer essential for getting your independent film out into the world. Check out Kroll’s blog here, and Creative Rebellion here.

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As the director of The Portland Film Festival, I was recently invited to speak on a panel with other festival organizers called, “Maximizing Your Film’s Success on the Festival Circuit.”

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This post was previously published on Seed&Spark’s blog and appears here with their permission.

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The torrential feedback to last week’s article 10 Things Every Film Festival Wants Filmmakers to Know warrants a response from filmmakers. As festivals
know, filmmakers are the true heart and sole of a film festival. During my tenor with festivals, I have spoken to, or consulted with, hundreds of filmmakers. In the spirit of helping festivals understand filmmakers and with homage to Law & Order, these are their (and my) stories. 

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So why should you be there too? 4 Reasons to Attend Film Festivals.

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A filmmaker proved a festival lied about watching his movie. He got his money back. 

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Want to decrease press interest and the size of your audience? Then do these seven things.

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Making short films is a great way for budding movie artists to gain experience in the entire process of movie-making. But the only way people will watch them is if they’ve been well-promoted. Here are a few ways to promote your short film, so get started.

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You submitted your film to the Cannes Short Film Corner, paid the €85 entry fee, and bam, within a day they recognized your artistic brilliance and accepted your film!

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The most important filmmaking lesson nobody teaches.

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Here's what to do — and what not to do — to improve your film festival chances, straight from the horse's mouth.

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