Sundance Film Festival

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A decade ago, my goal was to make a movie and get it into the Sundance Film Festival. Back then, this was the only way you “made it.” Since that time, the entire world of indie filmmaking has turned upside-down.

Filmmaking Stuff Gets Updated

If you’ve been reading Filmmaking Stuff for any length of time, you probably noticed that things are changing around here. When I first started this site I had no idea that it would become one of the most popular filmmaking websites in existence…

Movie Website Madness

If you have a movie website, hosting is essential. Last night I had a scare. I was logging into Filmmaking Stuff – and suddenly the site went haywire. It blew into a million and one pieces. It was crazy…

Showbiz Expo

If you are planning to attend the Showbiz Expo, make sure you check out my talk on “How To Sell Your Movie Without The Middle Man.” I go on at 11AM and will provide some valuable tips on how to get your movie seen and selling.

Give This To A Filmmaker

Give this to a filmmaker – with the holiday season soon beginning, I thought it might be good to start giving early. Quick question: Do you have any filmmaking friends? I mean people who are into filmmaking? If so, they may benefit from all the good filmmaking stuff I am currently giving away, for FREE. […]

Movie Maker Challenge 2012

in the spirit of your own filmmaking success, I am going to offer you a Movie Maker Challenge for 2012 (Yeah, it might seem too early to set goals, but I think you’ll be OK…)

New Hampshire Film Festival

Over the past decade everything in the world of filmmaking has changed. Technology has improved. Distribution has evolved. And filmmakers have taken on the task of distributing their own movie…

End Creative Procrastination

As filmmakers and screenwriters, it is easy to procrastinate. And it is a slippery slope. Despite your best efforts, sometimes life gets in the way of your projects. Next thing you know – a whole year goes by and you are no closer to completing your projects than before. Veteran Screenwriter Jurgen Wolff has a solution…

Crowdfunding With Koo

Koo is getting close to reaching his $115,000 dollar crowdfunding goal!