Imagine This Women's Film Festival

Imagine This Women's Film Fest: Masterclass: Crafting a Successful Film Festival Strategy

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re you a Short or Feature Filmmaker who wants to know how to:

Get your film seen at the right film festivals so you can achieve worldwide exposure, win awards, and network effectively?

Get your film sold and distributed by the right sales agent so you can acquire a return on investment?

Get your film publicised so you can raise the profile and awareness of yourself & your film?

Do you want the type of support that is tailor made exclusively for you & your film and where you feel looked after as an individual and not a number compared to other coaching groups?

This Masterclass is for you!

Doctor Rebekah Louisa Smith began her film industry career in 2008, working as a producer on Wales’ most successful national horror film festival, the brilliantly-named Abertoir Horror Festival.

A decade ago, she created her company The Film Festival Doctor, the name a nod to her academic past. Rebekah has a PhD in Film and Audience research, her thesis based on the work of her hero Quentin Tarantino. Rebekah and her team continue to pen prescriptions for success and are committed to transforming the lives of independent films through film festivals.

Since the company began in 2011, The Film Festival Doctor have created triumphant film festival campaigns for Martin Kemp’s Stalker, The Boy With A Camera For A Face (45 festivals and 13 awards), Arrivederci Rosa (25 festivals), Beyond The River (winner of 2 SAFTA awards; the South African BAFTAs), Commune (30 festivals including the BAFTA-qualifying London Short Film Festival), Soldier Bee (BAFTA-recognised Aesthetica Short Film Festival), Placebo: Alt. Russia (International Film Festival Rotterdam), the Oscar nominated Shok (festival consultant), the BAFTA- shortlisted documentary Noma: Forgiving Apartheid, the BAFTA long listed Sylvia & The Cunning Man and the South African long-listed Oscar entry film Kalushi: The Story Of Solomon Mahlangu.