Welcome to the Cinema Libre Studio Acquisitions Page!
If you would like to inquire about acquisitions, please email us at email@example.com.
To submit a finished film for distribution consideration, please send a DVD screener* to the address below making sure to clearly label the disc with the film title and your email address. Blu-rays will not be accepted.
CINEMA LIBRE STUDIO
120 S. Victory Blvd, First Floor
Burbank, CA 91502
*Submitted DVDs will not be returned.
To submit a finished film as an online screener, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the title of your film in the subject line as well as what rights are available. (Eg. Cinema Libre Studio: The Movie ? Worldwide)
We prefer that additional press material not be included with the screener.
For tips regarding acquisitions, read an interview between Cinema Libre Studio and MovieMaker Magazine: Brick and Mortar: Why traditional distributors still matter in a major way.
For theatrical: For U.S. theatrical distribution, we are currently considering films that come attached with financing.
For DVD: All submissions will be considered for DVD, foreign and television distribution.
*We do not offer advances for distribution.
We are currently looking for:
* Feature length, social issue driven fiction and nonfiction films
* Feature length, politically themed fiction and nonfiction films
* Narrative films of all genres (drama, romance, horror, comedy, etc.)
* Foreign Films
Submitted films will be screened within 30 days of receipt, after which a Cinema Libre Studio team member will contact you. Make sure you include your email when submitting the film.
To submit a project for development or production consideration, please email a synopsis and an overview to project@CinemaLibreStudio.com
At Cinema Libre Studio we offer one-stop-shopping for the independent filmmaker. We conceived our services to cover the spectrum of a filmmaker's needs:
?Production: Full Service Picture and Sound Editing, Sound Mix, Quality Control, Transfer to 35mm, Output to DCP and Multiple Digital Formats
?Co-Production: Co-productions with US and International partners
?Post-Production: Full Service Picture and Sound Editing, Sound Mix and Transfer to 35mm
?Distribution: U.S. Theatrical, DVD, and Digital
?International Sales: Selling foreign rights to international partners
?U.S. Broadcast Sales: Selling to domestic television channels.