I feel the need to explain some of the reasons you need a website for your movie before you settle for any name, Just to get on IDMb and find it’s been used. First off I need to tell you what will happen when you have a website made. You need a website from day one, ensuring you connect with your audience early and giving you the time to build a relationship before your film’s release. It’s your film’s home on the web and wherever someone might discover your film. A professional looking Web site can level the playing field for smaller companies trying to compete against larger enterprises. It’s also a way to stay in the game; even if people can’t find you on the Web chances are they can find your competitors. It’s where you want your audience to ultimately connect with your film. This ensures the strongest possible connection between, you, your film and your audience. By all means have a Facebook page, and any other social media sites, but consider it one of many marketing assets, not your home on the web. Whatever you do, don’t forget or put off creating a website for your film. When you can point customers, partners, even potential employees or investors to a Web site, it tells them you are a serious business. Act now or you will be missing out on valuable early fans who could become influencers. Your website and mailing list are where the magic of serendipity happens.