Filmmaking Hacks: How to Market and Sell Your Short Film Premium class

Alex Ferrari, Filmmaker, Post Guru, Social Media & Marketing

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7 Videos (53m)
    • Marketing a Short Film in a Digital World

    • Breaking Down Marketing for Short Film: BROKEN

    • Breaking Down Marketing for Short Film: Red Princess Blues

    • Breaking Down Marketing for Short Film: CYN

    • Marketing Trailer: BROKEN

    • Marketing Trailer: Red Princess Blues

    • Marketing Trailer: CYN


About This Class

In this course we focus on the marketing of sucessful indie films. 

Before you read what I have to say, see what my students are saying about my course:

This is an insightful and refreshing revelation of what it takes to produce a short. What a rich learning experience. Thank you. - Randy Hendricks


Are you ready to make your indie film a success and learn from someone who's still works in the film business and has ACTUALLY made successful films?

  • Don't have the money to go to an out of date, expensive film school that doesn't teach you skills need to make a film in today's world?
  • Do you want to see how award winning short films are put together?
  • Do you want to learn how I was able to make over $90,000 selling my short film?
  • Do you want to Enroll NOW and make your filmmaking dream come true? Let's get started

Filmmaking Hacks is a course that takes you into REAL WORLD CASE STUDIES on how TWO AWARD WINNING FILMS were shot, marketed and distributed.


Save TIME and MONEY by learning from professionals who have gone through the filmmaking process. You'll learn NEW SKILLS that they don't teach you in film school. 

This isn't a classroom lecture. This course is in the field. You are actually on set watching and learning for film pros with credits like: 

As a director I alway try to work with high end professionals so I can continue to learn from pros in each discipline, and now you can too. I have over 20 years in the film business and have worked on and delivered over 1000 professional feature films, short film, commercials, music videos, network promos, documentaries and digital content


Here's a bit about the instructor

This course houses a collection of short films by international award winning writer/director Alex Ferrari, founder of Indie Film Hustle. He exploded onto the indie film scene with his break-through film BROKEN.

Shot on a budget of just $8000 and boasting over 100 visual FX shots, BROKEN became an instant indie film classic. He went on to sell over to $90,000 in DVDs by self distributing BROKEN.

He followed up BROKEN with the sweet and spicy film CYN, followed by the adrenalin filled Red Princess Blues (Starring Academy Award® Nominee Robert Forster (Jackie Brown), Richard Tyson (Black Hawk Down), Rachel Grant (James Bond 007)

These films have screened in over 600 international film festivals and have won countless awards around the world.

The critics agree: 

"BROKEN is essentially a demonstration of the mastery of horror imagery and techniques...effective and professional." - Roger Ebert (Chicago SunTimes)


Enroll NOW and turn your filmmaking dream into a reality! Let's get started!






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Alex Ferrari

Filmmaker, Post Guru, Social Media & Marketing

Hi, I'm Alex. I've been in the film industry for over 20 years and have worked on over 1000 feature films, shorts, commercials, music videos, network promos, documentaries and webisodes. My personal films have been screened in 600+ film festivals around the world. 

Many filmmakers have walked through my doors over the years and I have had the pleasure of a front row seat to see how all these projects start and finish. I've worked with Sundance and Academy Award™ winners as well as the beginning film student. Some projects make it and many never see the light of day. 

You'll find my approach to my courses a bit raw and real. That's because I care about my students, fellow artists and filmmakers. I've seen and personally made many missteps over the years and I want to help you avoid making the same costly mistakes. The industry is abusive to the new comer and I hope I can help you navigate the shark infested waters.