[Podcast] How To Sell Your Film at The American Film Market (AFM)

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Published on Oct 27, 2017

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb interviews the Managing Director of The American Film Market (AFM), Jonathan Wolf. Discover what the film market is and how best to utilize the event to sell your film to the international market.

Welcome to the Film Trooper Podcast, ranked the #1 movie making podcast on iTunes!  We empower the filmmaking entrepreneur. Why? Because film production is no longer a barrier … anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier … anyone can sell their film directly to the world.  Film sales and marketing are the last barriers!  To rise above the noise of the internet is the challenge — this is the podcast that explores these topics to help you, the filmmaking entrepreneur.

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