How Does Your Film Get Sold? Marketing Truths from Industry Professionals
Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium
Washington, DC
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How Does Your Film Get Sold? Marketing Truths from Industry Professionals
How Does Your Film Get Sold? How To  Market Indie Docs and Features

Join two Film Sales Executives as they explain the ins and outs of getting your film distributed and sold.

Budapest native Sana Soni is an entertainment professional who has worked at multiple independents, agencies, and major studios in both Los Angeles and London. A graduate of UCLA, she now specializes in selling and distributing independent film at Signature Entertainment in London. Her multinational background ensures a very global approach to her work.

Meghan Wurtz, International Sales and Business Development, 1091, a global commercial distribution platform for content creators. with a library of over 4000 titles. 1091s films have amassed over 150 award nominations, including 2 Oscar nominations and 14 Independent Spirit nominations. 1091 distributes content in 95 countries through 120 partners in all formats and on all devices.   Wurtz worked on international festival strategy for The Orchard film slate and developed global distribution strategy for the companys catalogue of long form content. Film deals have been struck with all rights distributors, pay tv channels, OTT channels and airlines.  Prior to 1091 & The Orchard, Wurtz was with N. American distributor Film Movement where she was involved in the acquisition and sales of close to 150+ independent and foreign films. Having held positions at companies including Peacefulfish, European Film Promotion (EFP) and Northstar Media, Meghan has extensive international experience and knowledge of the intl film and television market.


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