If your film is close to the finish line, MovieMaker wants to help you cross it. Now’s the time to act fast to get through post-production and find distribution.
Countless productions are on pause, so those that finished shooting before the COVID-19 crisis are in high demand. MovieMaker Production Services can help you double your spending power through partnerships with our advertisers, which include post facilities, PR firms, and others who can help you complete and sell your film.
We’ve already helped hundreds of filmmakers stretch their budgets further than they ever imagined. Here’s how it works.
A producer invests at least $10K into the program. MMPS then doubles the value of that investment for almost anything that’s needed to get the movie to market—editing, visual effects, DCP, color correction, publicity, you name it. Your $10K gets you $20K in services, $15K gets you $30K, $25K gets you $50K. Double means double.
Once your film is complete, MMPS will help promote the film through MovieMaker Magazine, MovieMaker.com, and our social channels. We’ll make sure your film gets the attention it deserves.
The criteria for producers to be eligible for this program are as follows:
- A project should have been shot and is ready for post-production.
- Producers must demonstrate that they have at least $10,000 in cash on hand to invest in the program.
- Post-production must be done in North America.
We work with the best of the best. Recent partners include Technicolor, Fotokem, Tunnel Post, Galpin Rentals, Location Sound, MPS Studios, Keslow Camera, Timecode Post, 24 Frames, Puget Systems, and Sugar Studios, among many others.
For more information, please email Tim Rhys (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up a time to discuss your project.
To be eligible a project should be entering post-production within the next 12 months and the producers must demonstrate that they have at least $10,000 in cash currently in hand.
Projects must be planning on or willing to do at least partial production or post-production in the United States or Canada.
MovieMaker staff will review each application and greenlight those best suited to the program.