FILMMAKING TOOLS FOR YOU!

My name is Jason Brubaker. In addition to producing my own feature films, I have also served as an executive for several distribution companies here in Los Angeles.

Below you'll find my list of personal filmmaking tools. I believe these will help you achieve your filmmaking goals.

In full disclosure, many resources pay us to promote. So make sure you conduct your own due-diligence prior to making purchases.

FILMMAKER TRAINING RESOURCES

Filmmaker Action Pack

Filmmaker Action Pack contains all of the obvious and not-so-obvious best practices of getting your movie made, seen and sold.

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Movie Plan Pro

Movie Plan Pro provides you with Tom Malloy’s no-fluff, cofidential information overview. It's the same template he utilizes to create every one of his film business plans. It is based on a decade of his own independent movie producing experience.

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How To Sell Your Movie

How To Sell Your Movie provides tips on getting your finished feature seen and sold. This site contains resources on how to leverage digital distribution and internet marketing.

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FILMMAKING BOOKS

How I Made A Hundred Movies In Hollywood and Never Lost A Dime [Roger Corman]

One of the best filmmaking books I ever read. This book details how Roger Corman was able to make one movie after another. Some aspects of his model are more relevant now than ever.

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Rebel Without A Crew [Robert Rodriguez]

Famed director Robert Rodriguez discloses his original techniques used to make his debut film, El Mariachi. This historical account is essential for filmmakers. (If you think it’s hard to make a movie now, check out what Robert did back then!)

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Writing For The Green Light [Scott Kirkpatrick]

Peppered with interviews from established professionals, Writing for the Green Light: How to Make Your Script the One Hollywood Notices gives you a sharp competitive edge by showcasing dozens of everyday events that go on at the studios but are rarely if ever discussed in most screenwriting books.

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