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Do you have work you have made and wish to share more widely? Film Festivals are a good place to test your work out on international audiences There are lots of Film festivals worldwide that show experimental short film work and lots of artists submitting work to these events. There are many specialist screendance festivals that are free to submit to so its worth looking at these first. For notifications of upcoming deadlines for submissions subscribe to - or - sites, maybe join mailing lists for key festivals; look at Withoutabox or Freeway as a way of registering your film with many festivals at once. Screendance Scotland is promoting the idea of small pop up screenings and sharing of work across Scotland. Contact us if you are interested in being involved. DVD's are still bought by many people, have a look at Createspace and amazon VOD as channels for sales that don't involve having lots of stock. You should get your files professionally mastered and you will need to create sleeve and disc artwork. getting short runs of DVDs made can be expensive but people like well packaged product and handling your own distribution can eventually cover costs. If you are based in Scotland and have DVDs for sale contact screendance scotland so we can promote your work Do you sell or exhibit your work online, have you considered Amazon pay per view or rental ? Have you looked at getting a vimeo pro site? Have you approached a specialist online like TenduTV or even a tv channel to show your work? These are possible ways to give you an income stream. Its hard to make much from youtube advertising for experimental arts videos so think about how to create a space of your own and drive traffic to it. If you are based in Scotland and have work on line to share or sell then contact screendance scotland so we can promote your work links