October 14 2017
Imagine Science Film Market
Connect with a global science film network at Imagine Science Films' first film market.
Imagine Science Film Market
Join Imagine Science Films for our first film market.
Join Imagine Science Films for our first film market. To kickoff the weekend of the festival and ten years of IMAGINE we are bringing together science film distribution companies for a discussion about the industry.
Saturday, October 14, 2017

1:00 - 4:00 PM

Wollman Hall at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School - 65 west 11th Street (take the elevator to the 5th floor) MAP

Distribution companies, small to large, traditional to nontraditional, print to video and beyond! All filmmakers, producers and film production companies via ISF, TFI and other valuable networks. We are open to all – this is a networking event!


Get ready to speak directly with distributors over bites + refreshments. Bring your ideas, questions, pen and paper and a lot of business cards.

Tables (10-20): Each company will have a small table for materials and sign up. This will also include information on grants and other opportunities in addition to distribution application protocols. It will be an opportunity for our distribution day partners/sponsors to advertise their work and programs useful to our filmmaker community.

5 Minute Presentations: Each company will speak and provide a short presentation if they like on their work and programs useful to our filmmakers.

2 Discussions: We will have at least 2 discussion + Q & A sessions – one focused on the industry and another on how best to use the tools, materials and contacts presented in the fair day. How to maximize your portfolio and distribution network.

Be prepared to speak one-on-one with distributors over refreshments and snacks. Bring your ideas, questions, notes, pen and paper and a lot of business cards.

Discussion topics:

  1. How has distribution changed in the last 5-10 years and what do filmmakers need to know? What's the best way to navigate the film distribution world?
  2. Where do you start? Everything you need to know about distribution and outreach of your film from print marketing, social media campaign strategies to dealmaking with large multimillion dollar companies…
  3. Advice for filmmakers on how to carve out a niche, style, brand. Examples of filmmakers who have done this well. Being versatile vs having a signature style in the world of science filmmaking.
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