Exhibition & Distribution 1: Screen

Exhibition and Distribution– Distribute your film.pdf
Exhibition and Distribution– Distribute your film.pdf




Short (1-4 activities)


England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

This resource introduces young people to the exhibition and distribution stage of film production. This resource provides a number of helpful tips on sharing short films with others both through online platforms and at local screenings.

The guide is recommended for young people aged 13 to 19 for them to engage with filmmaking directly and without the support of an adult.

This resource forms part of a collection of mini filmmaking guides for young people covering the key aspects of the five stages of film production.

Mae'r adnodd yma'n cyflwyno'r bobl ifanc i'r camau o arddangos a dosbarthu ffilm. Mae'r adnodd yma'n cynnig nifer o awgrymiadau defnyddiol ar sut i rhannu'r ffilm fer gydag eraill ar-lein ac mewn dangosiadau lleol.

Awgrymir defnyddio'r canllaw yma gyda phobl ifanc rhwng 13 a 19 oed i'w hymgysylltu â chreu ffilmiau uniongyrchol a heb gymorth oedolyn.

Mae'r adnodd hwn yn rhan o gasgliad o ganllawiau ffilmiau ar gyfer pobl ifanc, sy'n edrych ar bump cam allweddol o gynhyrchu ffilm.

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Arddangos a dosbarthu 2: Sgrinio

Arddangos a dosbarthu 2: Sgrinio

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Exhibition and Distribution- Screen your film

A mini filmmaking guide with tips on sharing your films with others online

Size: 2.44 MB

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Moving Image Arts

Media Studies

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