In March when I first created my media, design and 'industry' blog site 'Meeting In The Media,' I stumbled upon FilmFreeway.com, a film submission site. The site was fantastic, so I wrote an article about them! I shared and tweeted the article, and was shortly contacted by Film Freeway - they were so complimented by my post, they wanted to use my film 'My Big Bad Wolf' to advertise a new site feature!
I was delighted, and looked for a FilmFreeway email announcing their new 'public profile' option - using my profile to advertise the new feature! Unfortunately, this announcement email landed in my spam folder, but I have since found the email and am delighted to share FilmFreeway and their great, new feature!
But first - yay, My Big Bad Wolf is featured in this email sent by Film Freeway to all subscribers!
You can see an image of my project page with my video at the top, and my name and film title at the bottom of the email. Thank you, Film Freeway, for being awesome and sharing my name and my work!
Previously, Film Freeway allowed users to create film project pages in which a user would embed all pertinent information about their film, a link to the film's trailer, production photos, and the film, itself. However, the only people who could see a user's film profile were film festivals!
Now, users have options when it comes to the visibility of their film project pages. You can keep a project pages completely private, make the information available publicly, or choose a different option:
Now, take a look at my project profile for 'My Big Bad Wolf' on FilmFreeway.com! I've made this project profile public, so it can be viewed and shared by the world. However, the film itself is still password-protected, the password only provided to film festivals I've entered through FilmFreeway.com - a great new option!