Hip Hop Film Festival Founder and CEO, CR Capers leads this exciting workshop on the basics of marketing independent film projects. In this two-day workshop, you will learn social media strategy, festival entry, and independent video on demand (VOD) sales strategy. This workshop was specially designed with filmmakers in mind so that they walk away feeling empowered with tools to build a brand around their film and generate revenue.
TWO SESSION CLASS
Cost: $50 | Limited to 20 students
- Tue, Oct 29, 2019, 6:30-9:30PM
- Wed, Oct 30, 2019, 6:30-9:30PM
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Hip Hop Film Festival Founder & CEO leads this workshop on the basics of marketing independent film projects.
From social media strategy to festival entry to independent VOD sales strategy, this workshop will empower filmmakers with the tools to build a brand around their film and generate revenue.
The business plan
Building your base
Social media strategy, development & implementation
Each participant will walk away with an actionable plan that can be put into effect immediately.
About C R Capers
CR Capers is the Founder and CEO of Revolution Media – a “new media” company that leverages social media and large scale events to change the narrative.
C R is referred to as a “new media socialite” having produced major events from corporate fundraisers to film screenings to festivals. The events she produces provides an ecosystem with marketing and strategic partnerships between filmmakers, activists, businesses and the community at large.
She is the founder and CEO of the award winning Hip Hop Film Festival, named “BEST OF THE FESTS” for 2016. Her popular radio show and podcast “Why You Mad Son?” (which deals with the social ills plaguing the human community) has over 3 million listeners worldwide and boasts a legion of loyal fans raised in the global Hip Hop culture.
She has also directed and produced 3 films and 2 shorts through her production company MBS Films. In 2016, CR opened Harlem Film House, a dedicated production lab to meet the needs of filmmakers who are working with low budgets.