Here is an screen grab of a students film that was created on a low budget just like our own. This student published his material on a film site called 'First Light', which allowed him to see peoples comments on what they feel towards his work and the rating of it out of 5.
As a group we've decided to not publish our film in he cinemas, but on various socialising networks such as facebook, bebo, twitter, vimeo, youtube etc. Our reasons for this is basically because the audience we are planning to attract are very much into these kind of networks and the rate at which everyone owns their own page on the net is phenomenal. Uploading the thriller on these sites would not only attract the target audience but others to would have access to viewing it and also sharing their opinion beneath where they'd be an comment section. Another reason is that because our film was low budget it would not attract big distribution companies. Effectively i mean that because our film was low budgeted, it would only attract smaller companies and cinemas. Also as this is a student film it would also make a lot of sense as students are also a big fan of these networking sites.
When on this site people will be able to watch it and also leave comments and then post it around.
Allows your Facebook contacts to access the film and also send it around.