Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Engage 101 at Shooting People/DCTV

Tonight I gave a speech for Shooting People and DCTV called Engage 101 - Audience Building Masterclass. That was an impossible enough task, so I tried to make it harder and give a brief overview on film distribution, all the new models out there and some basics on using the web and some old fashioned tools to build your audience...all the way up to transmedia 101. Whew, not sure that was smart, but I got good feedback and it was fun. I also learned a lot from the questions, and at the end we opened it up for a group session on a few films, and as expected, the audience feedback was great. I always upload my presentations for free, so here below it is. No audio or video was taken, and these slides don't capture everything I said, but the essence is there. If you're super advanced in this stuff, it might not be worth your time, but could be worth a view for some new (and old) ideas. Feedback appreciated as always. This was also just one of many panels and masterclasses these folks do, with many great speakers, so check out their info online.

here's the presentation, and my apologies that Slideshare always repeats the title, the title, the title....I don't understand this glitch.

6 comments:

mikehedge said...

very neat. some great slides!!!!

Seth said...

Great presentation-really enjoyed it. Thanks again, Brian!

Dempsey said...

I was there and Brian was fantastic as usual. Can't wait to see him speak at THE CONVERSATION
http://theconversationspot.com/home.html

7Vials Media said...

Great job Brian... I was there and the presentation was informative, resourceful and has changed my approach to marketing and fund raising where film is concerned. Thanks a bunch lil homie...

MTeplitsky said...

Hey Brian - been hearing/reading/subscribing to you for a long time, good to finally meet in real time/space. Excellent presentation. I'll also be at The Conversation. See you there. - Mitch Teplitsky http://www.soyandina.com

FilmFlam said...

Great presentation - this is really helpful. Looking forward to your participation in DIY Days NYC