7 Ways To Make People Fall In Love With Your Product

Online movie forums are where people post what they liked about a movie, despised about a film, or exactly what they wish to watch. A filmmaker can only benefit by being a part of those communities. Be prepared for members of forums to post negative comments, but in addition, there are members that post favorable remarks or offer useful constructive criticism that may make your next movie better. All you can do as a filmmaker or film producer is put your workout and see which kind of answers come from audiences. Online movie forums thrive because it's a cool way for audiences to click here be a movie critic from their computer and communicate their uncensored audience opinion. That's one of things I love about the social medium. The Internet allows people to enjoy freedom of speech, even if it's just about posting on a movie. I hope the opinions of people that post in forums over paid film critics. Most paid film critics focus on reviewing studio movies, art house fare, or offbeat films with famous Hollywood celebrities inside them. The open diversity of films discussed in forums is amazing for me as a writer, producer, and director. Members that like direct to movie urban gangster films have a place to post their opinions. Fans of low budget horror films have a home on the world wide web to be heard. Online movie forums are an entertainment democracy for audiences and producers. The vast majority of smaller budget indie films will never be reviewed by compensated movie critics or get a first look from mainstream press outlets. The internet movie forum community provides indie movies made on small budgets a shot to be viewed, to loved, and hated. Every movie gets a reasonable shake to be reviewed. Film democracy lives! In a film democracy no filmmaker is secure from movie viewer salvos or roses being almost thrown. I have read posts that begin by tearing apart a movie until there is nothing left to attack. When not filled enough with bashing the movie a forum member sometimes turns their wrath about the filmmaker by personally shredding them to pieces. I had one online reviewer go way beyond not liking one of my movies. They personally attacked me over my face. No way I could alter that part of producing a movie. I believe the point was,"Your face makes me ill." Not merely did the audience despise one of my movies, they hated my face. Hell, I haven't ever appeared in a movie I've done in a cameo or acting function. That was funny to me. It reminds of the narrative about the cowboy that grabs a horrible beating from the other cowboy. The winning cowboy appears down in the losing cowboy inquiring if he still wants more. The losing cowboy fires back,"Are you crazy? The only place you haven't hit me yet is on the base of my toes." I've been that losing cowboy on over a few posts and reviews. Forums can be just like a rowdy old west saloon. That's what makes them enjoyable. Members of forums article sharp and witty comments I enjoy reading, even if it happens one of my movies is getting flamed. A filmmaker that's thin skin should stay out of forums. It's similar to when professional athletes are heckled and cursed at by fans. The distinction is that during building a movie there will be no heckling or cursing aimed at you while you are working on place. That's unless you invite a Guy Terrifico character friend to the place to watch. To join an online movie forum you need to submit a valid email prior to being able to post comments. After that step is done take a simple approach to marketing and promoting your film on forums. Film buffs can see through over the top hype and BS. There is no doubt that the goal of posting information in your picture in a forum would be to generate interest for your picture, but unless your movie is studio backed avoid claims like"This years best action film" etc.. I'm not a mind reader, but maybe you're thinking right now that which you ought to post. Post the name of your movie, tagline, artwork, short synopsis, and connect to your movie site. Let audiences understand what it is that you're putting out there for them to view. Get the online buzz heading like Presidente shots for your movie. Watch what viewers have to say about your own movie. If they strike your face or some thing similar to me, then keep it moving. This indie filmmaker Sid Kali typing SMASH CUT: