FilmRally Revamps Site to Help Future Filmmakers

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FilmRally, the online tool for filmmakers, cast and crew, is proud to announce its new release with updated easy-to-use layout, printable production documents, and free fifteen day trial of its scheduling software.

The Future of Film Making

The reason for this change is to provide more options for the user.

FilmRally, the online software developer for production companies, has spent the last six months working with consultants to provide innovative and helpful tools to the film industry. With their most recent website release, FilmRally is doing just that, and offering it for free.

FilmRally, recently moving out of Beta, is constantly improving their site, http://www.filmrally.com to meet the demands and needs of their users. On the 25th of November they made a complete update of their website to provide more content for less cost.

The first thing a previous user will notice is a change in layout. “This new layout will create an easy-to-use environment for the user, whether they are cast, crew, writers or producers,” Jeff Hillyer, CEO of FilmRally stated.

Another big change is the cost of online scheduling. Production Scheduling, FilmRally’s pilot production software tool, which offers access from anywhere by anyone registered to a production, is now set to a monthly price rather than its original fee. “The reason for this change is to provide more options for the user,” Robert Brown, COO of FilmRally says. “They can decide how many months they will need to use the software and not have to waste money on a huge one-time fee.”

But that is not what excites the team the most about this new release. “The best part is the free trail,” says Robert Brown. “We want to get out there and let everyone use our scheduling software. So we want people to try it for fifteen days and tell us what they think.” The FilmRally team plans to use the user feedback from this release to guide their next website update.

People in the film industry interested in learning more about the future of filmmaking can check out FilmRally at http://www.filmrally.com to see their latest site and tools. Updates and information can also be found at blog.filmrally.com.

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