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Top Five Tips to Stand Out in Film Festivals

There is no greater myth than a single ‘moment’ in the film industry. Fresh talents often wait for their career to take off after that moment, and get impatient when it takes more time than expected. Any success story is made up of smart work, perseverance, and the right connections. Film Festivals in the USA provide the last ingredient in the recipe for success.

Producers have a taste for talent and you will find enough of them in the film festivals. They have their finger on the pulse of the film industry and eyes on fresh talents through film festivals and other entertainment platforms.

Choosing Your Film Festivals

Before you start working on your actual application, you'll need to decide which festivals you will be submitting to. It turns out that your selecting procedure has its own strategy and does make a difference. 

Save your premiere

Your film has just one genuine premiere, therefore it's critical for filmmakers to save it for the right moment, preferably at one of the major festivals if they're available. Well-known film festivals, for example, will only accept films that have not yet premiered and those are the ones you need to tap.

The more festivals, the better

You are off to the races now that you've worked out your premiere. Your choices are expanding every year as the festival circuit enlarges (today there are over 3,000 active events). Even the most basic film festivals put together great events and have the potential for good connections.

Attend events you want to submit to

Attending festivals where you want to participate is a significant advantage, aside from being fun. You may first see the films that they usually approve, but you can also build real-life contacts that can aid with the application process.

Highlight personal threads

In Filmfreeway used by the film festivals in the submission process, a filmmaker has an advantage. That space represents great potential in getting considerations and making connections. You place to hobnob with producers or drop names of anyone in the industry you know or went to film school with.

Know your niche 

There are specialized festivals that focus on a specific genre, so entering your film at events that appeal to that genre is beneficial. But, beyond the obvious, each event has its own personality and peculiarities.

The film community

World Film Communities Network (WFCN) offers a great platform for upcoming filmmakers. This film community works on connecting the global audience to fresh talents in the industry. They offer an explosive avenue for making contacts and collaborate with entertainment professionals through networking. Connect through contact@wfcn.co with film festivals in the USA and the rest of the film fraternity directly.