We understand where you’re coming from and where you want to go. Because after all—we’re filmmakers, too. That’s why our video entertainment platform has a wealth of resources to help you fuel your career.
At AudPop, we believe that stories can change the world—and it starts with you.
What you get
AudPop creates opportunities for filmmakers all over the world through the following career-advancing offerings:
Through our partnerships with global brands, we connect you with some of the biggest companies in the world to work together on creating high-quality, authentic stories. Plus, your fresh perspective can lead to the chance to win big.
No press? No problem. Our filmmaker profiles help you connect to brands looking for talent and audiences looking for authentic stories from passionate storytellers.
Our network of filmmakers benefit from increased visibility through our brand partnerships, distribution channels, and Filmmaker of the Week opportunities that reach over 200 million people.
You can also look forward to:
No entry fees for film contests and challenges.
Year-round opportunities to work with brands.
Receiving distribution deals for high-quality films.
Ownership over who sees your films.
Hosting online feedback parties and movie premieres.
Exposure and learning opportunities on AudNews.
Opportunities to be featured at our annual event, AudFest.
Brands you could work with
"As a young Black filmmaker and multi-hyphenate artist at the beginning of my career, I feel empowered to keep creating and pursue healing. I think this platform is an avenue for that healing."
"As filmmakers, making art and expressing ourselves in these unprecedented times is a powerful way to share our experiences and document this truly historical moment. I'm so grateful that AudPop provides a platform for our voices!"
"AudPop is great place for filmmakers to upload their work and build their audience"
"AudPop is the best platform! They take the time to call me and go the extra mile."
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What is it like to be a Black man in America? Directed by Jon Boogz and Quentin Robinson, “Tis of Thee” portrays the fears, anxieties, and traumas Black people endure from the perpetual social injustices and threats of police brutality in the United States.
Quentin Robinson, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and founder of Movement4Movement, went from dancing in a basement to performing in front of millions. He believes that everyone, in their own way, can enjoy dance—and aims to make that possible through educating and uplifting audiences with the power of movement.
Opportunity that pops
The holidays are right around the corner—so AudPop, along with our partners, are looking for the very best holiday-themed short films for distribution. Anything from Halloween to New Year’s Day are welcome!