In filmmaking, the term Mise-en-Scene refers to identifying each component through analysis and explaining the respective significance while connecting them to the film’s theme. In the following 15 steps, I’ll walk you through what you need to look … [Read more...]
At Filmmaking Stuff, we are dedicated to providing filmmaking articles related to production, production equipment (cameras, lighting, audio), film scheduling, budgeting, casting and directing. From time to time, we will also include articles from guest filmmakers. We have provided the following ideas and filmmaking tips so that you can take action and make your movie.
If you're still wondering how to break into Hollywood, I have good news. Given advances in production technology, you do not have to break into Hollywood to make money making movies. But if you are like most filmmakers, you probably wouldn't mind … [Read more...]
Some of my independent filmmaker friends consider indie film to be sacred and they avoid the studios like the plague. Other friends think studio movies are the ONLY movies that count. And they discount indies as a passing fad or a calling card to … [Read more...]
Making my low budget feature film, Earshot, was groundbreaking and exciting. And it was also a huge learning experience. It was the first time a feature film would hit the big screen with only one actor on screen for the entire duration. Making … [Read more...]
Learning how to manage fear of failure in filmmaking is essential for your success. Yet for some reason, you're stuck. What if you attempt to make your film and it fails or falls apart? What would you do with your dreams then? You're not alone. … [Read more...]
A film press release is a marketing tool. And it’s a one to two page document that tells media outlets about something that’s newsworthy. In terms of a movie this could be a crowdfunding campaign, casting calls; screenings or festival wins. This … [Read more...]