A Simple Strategy For Making Short Films For YouTube – Victoria Fratz

Film Courage: Can you make money from short films?

Victoria Fratz, Actress/Producer/Writer: You can. That was always my curiosity back when I was still unsure What’s the future of short films? I don’t really understand where they can be distributed. The obvious answer was YouTube. You can absolutely put them up on YouTube now. I think many people understand the parameters of YouTube. You have to have something like 4,000 watch hours on your channel and at least a thousand subscribers I believe it is before you can monetize and then once you monetize you can play ads, ads in the beginning and middle and so you can start monetizing. Now a career in YouTube, I think if you’re doing a certain type of content like let’s say vlogging or tutorial work or something like that perhaps the hours and the expense and the production is a slightly more trimmed down output whereas you can maybe start turning a more livable profit off of it. For our channel I certainly have grand designs for where it can go and what kind of…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

   

BIO:

Victoria Fratz is an actress, producer, and writer based in Los Angeles, California. Most notably known for her role in romantic comedy, Electric Love and her large social media presence. Victoria got national recognition through features in Forbes and Adweek for her surge in social media fame. Her latest project VAL is currently in post-production. Victoria (along with partner Aaron Fradkin) operate the independent production studio/Youtube channel Social House Films.

 

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