Ask not what you can do for your screenwriter! Ask how your screenwriter can help promote your films!
That’s right. If you make a film based on any of my short film scripts, even if you change my script significantly from its original form, I’ll help you promote your film.
We are set up to do links, tweets, blog posts, and (if you are prepared to collaborate on the promotions) more intensive things like press releases. We’re interested in helping you introduce your filmmaking to audiences. Your film helps us get the word out about the book. Symbiotic goodness.
(We don’t charge for this. It’s part of promoting my book and my view of Creative Commons in filmmaking.)
After you make your film, help us help you!
Here’s how to get started, if you want 26 Screenplays to help co-promote your film:
- Make a short or feature length film that lists 26Screenplays.com in the screenwriting credits. Partial credit is just fine. (My book and free screenplays all explain how to do this.)
- Upload your film online. Here’s a list of free online video communities where you can upload your finished work to the public.
- Let us know your film is out there! Send me a link to your film, using Email, Twitter, Facebook, Vimeo, whatever works for you.
- Comment on the 26 Screenplays blog. Tell us about your latest film, where you’re showing the film, how you used the book, whatever’s on your mind.
- Review the 26 Screenplays book on Amazon.