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#1 NathanCoombs

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 01:00 PM

hi all

After some frustrating delays and problems I am now happy to say that Super-8 Cities is available in NTSC format.

The DVD has been getting great reviews and a lot of interest.

Check out the interview on Shooting People: http://www.shootingp...w.php?int_id=82

The trailer on YouTube: http://www.youtube.c.....26item=200081

And the website: http://www.workhorse...per8cities.html

All purchases help support meaningful, collaborative, indie cinema and will also help make the sequel project (to be announced soon) a reality.

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#2 Alessandro Machi

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Posted 23 February 2007 - 01:23 PM

hi all

After some frustrating delays and problems I am now happy to say that Super-8 Cities is available in NTSC format.

The DVD has been getting great reviews and a lot of interest.

Check out the interview on Shooting People: http://www.shootingp...w.php?int_id=82

The trailer on YouTube: http://www.youtube.c.....26item=200081

And the website: http://www.workhorse...per8cities.html

All purchases help support meaningful, collaborative, indie cinema and will also help make the sequel project (to be announced soon) a reality.

cheers
Nathan



At some point, you may get a distribution offer, good luck. Some basic strategies to consider, do you want to sell off all rights to one distributor, or do you want to separate pay TV rights from home video from internet etc. and the duration of the deal is important.

What I have found to be the biggest issue in regards to distribution for lower budgeted indy productions is what is most important, upfront money or maximum exposure, because usually you have to choose one or the other.

Keep in mind that a digibetacam master, one in PAL, one in NTSC, will probably be required, and I'd recommend having two made of each, but don't do it until you get inquiries since you're probably looking at a thousand bucks in cost.
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#3 NathanCoombs

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Posted 24 February 2007 - 02:30 PM

At some point, you may get a distribution offer, good luck. Some basic strategies to consider, do you want to sell off all rights to one distributor, or do you want to separate pay TV rights from home video from internet etc. and the duration of the deal is important.


I dont think that will be forthcoming for this project, but it is 3rd party distribution it something I am keen on for CITIZEN SUPER-8! see:

http://www.cinematog...showtopic=21126
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