Distribution and Marketing of Feature Films, Documentaries and Books
As experts in distribution, marketing and publicity, Big Voice Pictures brings your project through multi-distribution channels to desired markets.
Big Voice Pictures most recently assisted in distribution and theatrical release of Walking with the Enemy, an independent feature film starring Jonas Armstrong and Ben Kingsley. The film, inspired by a true story about a young man, Elek Cohen, who poses as an SS officer during the Holocaust during the German occupation of Hungary during the last months of World War II, in order to rescue fellow Jews.
Release Strategies include:
- Theatrical Distribution
- Educational Distribution
- Online Distribution
- Ancillary Markets
- Film Festivals
- Faith-Based Marketing and Outreach
- Educational DVD sales
- Word of Mouth Promotion
- Publicity (TV, Radio, Print and Internet)
- Media Buying
Big Voice Pictures has successfully distributed their independent productions, Boys and Men Healing and The Healing Years, worldwide. The films are utilized for training and education in thousands of organizations an universities internationally. Big Voice Pictures’ also secures televisions broadcasts and film festival screenings. Their films have been broadcast on PBS stations nationwide and screened in international film festivals.
Their publicity efforts resulted in coverage in hundreds of articles, blogs and film reviews, as well as being featured on numerous local television and radio programs throughout the nation.
Endorsements and reviews for films are key. Big Voice Pictures also helps you connect with key influencers and publications to review your media projects. Their films have been reviewed and endorsed by: Dr. Maya Angelou, Laura Davis, Author of The Courage to Heal, Booklist, Video Librarian, Library Journal, and leading organization such as Child Help USA, Justice for Children, The American Psychological Association, NOW, State Coalitions Against Sexual Violence, The National Resource Center on Sexual Violence, the American Correctional Association, United Way, and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.