The OL:M Film Market is unlike any other film festival. It is a film ecosystem built for participants to position their projects to generate income and find distribution. Not having proper music licensing for film projects can cost the filmmaker time, money and opportunities. We are a festival that provides something of value for your submission fee – a Music Synch License. Browse MemphisMusicBanq.com for quality content, that is legally sound and reasonably priced. Purchase a synch license for music to use in your project, or pre-paid music rights for your next project, that can be redeemed when you are ready for the music. All MMB Music Licenses are royalty-free, perpetual and project-specific. Your music license or pre-paid music rights receipt, along with your film and other submission documents, are all that’s required to submit to the OL:M Film Market!
Note: The OL:M Film Market is cleared to accept the MMB Web License. Currently, we are the only film festival in which this license is accepted.
If accepted into the OL:M Film Market, you will be given a number of tickets to your screening to sell for 100% of the profits. All profits generated from tickets sold to your screening (including tickets sold by us) will be awarded to you, as the filmmaker. The MMB publisher whose music is featured in your project may assist with marketing and selling your screening tickets as well.
All feature length films accepted into the OL:M Film Market will be submitted to Indie Rights for consideration. Indie Rights is a Global Distributor with direct deals with Amazon, Google Play, Tubi TV and a number of other VOD channels. In addition, we have also confirmed that Kweli TV, Primo Films (Producer) and Murphy Entertainment Studios (Indie Theatrical Distributor) will have representatives present at the OL:M Film Market.
Finally, find your next project at the Film/TV Project Expo, where book authors and scriptwriters will have interactive booths setup. These content creators are all ready to network with filmmakers and are open to discussing their books and scripts for film and TV projects!