Releasing your movie to the world is both exciting and terrifying. You hope that everyone will see what you tried to accomplish, that they’ll appreciate all the work that went into it, and and that they’ll catch all the little nuances that make it shine. But it’s scary worrying that they’ll come in with preconceived ideas and be disappointed when it’s not what they were expecting. And even worse, that they’ll discover all the flaws that you know are there, but you’re hoping no one else notices. Most importantly, you desire for your movie to make a difference, to impact lives, to maybe even change the world in some small way.
Author: Sharon Wilharm
Sharon Wilharm is a female filmmaker, blogger, and speaker with over a decade of industry experience. She and her husband, Fred, just released SUMMER OF '67, their seventh feature film. Their movies have screened in theaters, festivals, and churches around the globe as well as multiple television networks. They've accumulated dozens of festival accolades including many Best of Fest awards and 4 ICVM Crown Awards. Sharon is passionate about visual storytelling, branding, and marketing and would love to speak at your upcoming event. View all posts by Sharon Wilharm