Sukha Production is a multimedia production and distribution company launched in October 2008 by Sukha.
You’ve taken the Sisyphean journey and made a movie. Congratulations! Now what? What do you do to ensure the final stage of this major endeavor, distribution? What is the "correct" strategy to take? Is there even one??
The answer is a resounding YES. Whether you’ve just finished final cut or are on the film festival circuit — or EVEN if you’ve been turned down by distributors already — there are strategies for successfully getting Film Distribution that MOST Producers & Directors do not know. Consequently, most give up after spending a year or two spinning their wheels, with only the inner satisfaction of having made the movie.
There are an estimated 4,000 – 5,000 independent films made every single year. Here’s the unfortunate truth: Less than 5% of all these movies end up with distribution.
Why? What’s the real problem here?
Are all the other 95% of these films bad and unwatchable? OF COURSE NOT. How many movies have you seen, either from your filmmaker friends or at a film festival, that you thought were decent/good/excellent and worthy of a larger audience?
Maybe you need stars in your movie to actually get distribution? Is this the real problem? NO. Lots of movies get distribution without star names, we see it all the time.
The solution is that there are concrete, specific and proven strategies to achieve distribution for your film — key strategies that literally unlock the world of distribution for you.
Unfortunately most Producers and Directors simply don’t have a clue as to what they are. Or they don’t realize they’re even lacking the right information to be successful. Most simply throw their movie out into the marketplace in a scattershot fashion, and then don’t understand why they don’t get a deal. Or they don’t understand why people aren’t buying their DVDs, ordering it on VOD, or viewing it online.
Right here in the groundbreaking solution for your movie distribution. The simple truth is this: While the so-called 3rd battle of moviemaking is getting distribution — generally considered the hardest battle to wage — it is not as difficult when you really know what to do.