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May 6 at 8:15am

Simple Fixes: Music Playlists

By Ted Hope

Either Filmmakers should give Film Festivals the playlists from music from their film (or that inspired them) or Film Festivals should request them from the filmmakers.

Music playlists are good marketing devices that are often ignored.  They are instantly consumable.  Much music is already available legally online so it is just a matter of sourcing it.  Promoting the music promotes the film but serves a community wider than the film community.  The musicians can also be called in to help push it out.  It can be a win/win.

And it is simple to do.

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  1. Paul Martinez / May 6 at 8:15am

    Like the idea really does sound good!

  2. Chris Nzuriwatu / May 6 at 8:15am

    Love this idea, it makes so much sense. Just curious though, what are some good online resources to get music legally.

  3. Out in the Street Films / May 6 at 8:15am

    It’s also a great crowdfunding perk.

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