The filmmaking.net Links Directory is Now Live!

By , posted 26 January 2011

Well, it's been slightly longer in the making than we'd hoped, but that's ancient history now. The filmmaking.net Links Directory has launched! Founded in 1994, filmmaking.net is one of the oldest sites for new and independent filmmakers on the web. The Links Directory is currently available as a fully-functional beta and accepting submissions right now.

Over time, the directory will grow become a valuable resource to help filmmakers locate suppliers, partners, services, and facilities in their city or around the world. And for site owners, listing in the Links Directory provides a great, cost-effective way of tapping into filmmaking.net's audience.

Two types of listings are available in the Links Directory - regular and exempt. Regular listings are available to all web sites related to filmmaking. There is a once-off listing fee, but that great news is that there are no renewal or additional charges. The listing remains for the lifetime of the directory. Exempt listings are available to government, press, and independent filmmaking membership organisations, and they are completely free.

List your site in the filmmaking.net Links Directory now and take advantage of the heavily discount launch fees - 50% off!

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