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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Getting Your Film off the Ground by Michigan State University

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About the Course

This course is an introduction to many of the possibilities that exist to fund your film, market it, and create an audience for it. It will give you a sense of possible options and avenues to explore and it will start you on the process of making your film dreams a reality. The course covers the grant researching and writing process for fiction films and documentaries, strategies for developing impactful film websites, best social media practices for filmmakers, and how to approach crowdfunding and seeking investors. Through these experiences you will be prepared to seek funding for your film and to build your own audience through digital spaces....

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By Fakhrul A F

Aug 7, 2020

I have just started my filmmaking career. Thanks Good that I could reach this course. This course gives important lessons about a film's sales & marketing, applying for grants and promotional activities in Social Media. Thank you Coursera, thank you Alexandra Hidalgo.

By Douglas F S

Sep 25, 2020

Curso excelente excepcional

By Maurice C

Sep 11, 2019

Very Helpful:::

By Nithish S

Dec 30, 2020

Its very use full to learn some basic about film making

By Mobina R

Oct 29, 2021

I enjoyed every second of this course amazing

By Vinod I

Jun 7, 2021

useful and well laid out information

By Ralph B

Jun 11, 2021

Loved it, very informational

By Manoj K

Dec 13, 2022

wonderful experience.

By Okoedoh E

Mar 22, 2023

This is great

By Abi

Apr 10, 2021

Very nice

By H.L. G

Feb 24, 2023

The course was interesting, but I felt that the assignment requirements changed from when they were first listed to when we got to the submission page.

By Abdelghafour M

Apr 14, 2022

I'm verry happy to do this course. It's so interesting.

By Tony J

Feb 14, 2023

When they say beginner, they mean it. It's for people who have never thought about how to approach the topic before. Not much new information for people who have done this at least once.