2016 was a year. Nicole and Sean take the final episode of it to review what has happened generally and what we ourselves have done. We discuss the impact of social media on the election, as well as shooting Mare, The Shondes music videos, starting this podcast, hosting the Social Media & Crowdfunding […]
From George Harrison to Ice Cube, photographer Chris Cuffaro has shot them all. In our fourteenth episode, Chris talks to Nicole and Sean about his Greatest Hits Project, which reflects on his storied and celebrated career. Chris also discusses “old school crowdfunding” to make the original music video for Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy”, the […]
From George Michael to Nirvana, photographer Chris Cuffaro has shot them all. In our thirteenth episode, he talks to Nicole and Sean about his Greatest Hits project and how photography has changed during his 40 years in the industry. Chris discusses shooting musicians including Jane’s Addiction, Ice-T, Ice Cube, George Harrison, No Doubt, […]
Earlier this month, Sean and I (this is Nicole writing. Hi.) drove up to Brattleboro VT to take part in the second annual Ax Wound Film Festival, which screens horror shorts (and this year, one feature) directed by women. 4MileCircus was an official sponsor, and we offered a social media and crowdfunding workshop at the […]
In our ninth episode, 4MileCircus partners Sean Mannion and Nicole Solomon talk with comedy duo SJ & Ginny about promoting their live shows The Shame Game and Great Gig, how their The Shame Game promo video “Drive-by Street Harassment” went viral, and whether or not a certain actor’s full name is Jonathan Hamm […]
Email lists are a vital tool in reaching and building an audience.
The basic principal is that it’s better to try something new and have it fail that keep hitting your head against the wall with the same old same old.
Facebook Pages (Facebook profiles for business and any non-personal accounts) have many options to help you best represent your project. As with Twitter, you have a header image, a profile image, a description, and a pinned post. You can also have a call to action button that can be quite useful. There are also many more options that may be available to you, depending on your particular category of page.
On Twitter, you have a bit of freedom. There’s a header image, a profile image, your twitter handle (aka username), your description, your website link, and, if you so desire, a pinned tweet. These elements are all fairly flexible. You want to make sure you’ve crafted each to reflect who you are and what you do.
In our sixth episode, 4MileCircus partners Sean Mannion and Nicole Solomon talk with filmmakers Michael DiBiasio and Rebecca De Ornelas (Multiverse) about self-distribution and their feature film, The Videoblogs. We also share a social media tip about using link shorteners, and we play “Guess the Cronenberg Film Quote.” 4MileCircus 4MileCircus.com Twitter: @4MileCircus Instagram: @4MileCircus Facebook: /4Milecircus […]