BoF #12 Lawrence Silverstein, Freerunner




Business of Film show

Summary: <a href="http://www.crafttruck.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Lawrence-Silverstein-Freerunner.jpg"></a><br> Lawrence Silverstein started his career in the sale business. He worked his way up through the ranks until eventually starting and running his own sales company, Strategic Film Partners, for seven years. During that time they produced and sold numerous international and domestic titles. He has since left and is now an active producer/director. <br> Things we talk about in this episode:<br> – Sales “Must-Have’s”<br><br> – Time trusted genres that work<br><br> – Understanding how language barriers can affect sales<br><br> – Subjective casting and buyer influences<br><br> – Theatrical vs. Digital<br><br> – The reality of having no scarcity<br> Other podcasts you may enjoy:<br><br> <a href="http://www.crafttruck.com/blog/bof-11-travis-stevens/" target="_blank">Travis Stevens and elevated genre films</a><br><br> <a href="http://www.crafttruck.com/through-the-lens-podcast/bof-8-mia-bruno-acquisitions-manager-gravitas-ventures/" target="_blank">Mia Bruno, Acquisitions Manager, Gravitas Ventures</a><br><br> <a href="http://www.crafttruck.com/through-the-lens-podcast/business-of-film-5-with-maren-olsen-traction-media/" target="_blank">Maren Olson, Traction Media – the sales business</a><br><br> <a href="http://www.crafttruck.com/through-the-lens-podcast/producing-neal-dodson-cory-moosa/" target="_blank">Producing with Neal Dodson &amp; Corey Moosa</a> (All is Lost, Margin Call)<br>