Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
For the last three months, The Filmlot's promotion has given filmmakers the opportunity to win free software by simply networking with their peers. The result is a database full of networking contacts and three filmmakers eager to begin using their new software.
The promotion, called The Networker Giveaway, was for the launch of the site's online networking application. The application allows filmmakers to search for contacts with specific skills anywhere in the US and Canada. A few menu selections could help users find a Director in Austin, a Cinematographer in Tampa or even a Composer in Montréal ... all for free.
Users who signed up before October 20th were entered into a drawing where they had a chance to win the latest filmmaking software from Apple, Entertainment Partners and Final Draft. Hundreds of filmmakers signed up in anticipation of winning and recently the announcement came in The Filmlot's newsletter.
The winners of the promotion were: Marc Morissette from Los Angeles, California, who won Apple's Final Cut Studio, Michael Peluso ,also from Los Angeles, California, who won Entertainment Partners' Budgeting and Scheduling software and Brian Moody from Phoenix, Arizona, who won Final Draft's Scriptwriter's Suite.
Michael Cerda, Founder of The Filmlot, attributes much of the promotion's success to Apple, Entertainment Partners and Final Draft. "They're great companies. Their cooperation has helped us with our mission to support new and independent filmmakers," says Cerda.
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