Filmmaking Stuff Book

Grab Your Copy Of Filmmaking Stuff So You Can Take Action And Make Your Movie Now!

Are you looking for filmmaking books? As a filmmaker, one of the biggest problems YOU have is finding a way to get your movie made, seen and sold without waiting for some Hollywood yahoo to give you permission. And as you probably know, there are a lot of people who want to make movies. But very few people will actually take action.

The good news is this. You no longer need Hollywood. In fact, the future of filmmaking is not Hollywood. It is the thousands of independent filmmakers empowered by the digital revolution.

This filmmaking book shows YOU how to get the script, use crowdfunding to raise the money, make the journey from screenplay to screen, distribute your movie, and then build an audience eager to see your next movie!

Engaging and enthusiastic, Jason Brubaker has written an excellent introduction to the new landscape of filmmaking – especially for those just starting out their careers.

Jon Reiss, author of “Think Outside The Box Office”
www.JonReiss.com

Filmmaking Stuff shows you how to make, market and sell your movie!

What makes this filmmaking book different than the gazillion other filmmaking books in your collection?

For starters, if you are looking for more information on 3-point lighting or how to set up dolly track, this is not the book for you! While all that how-to technical stuff is essential for physical production – unless you have an understanding of how to actually get money, market and then sell your movie – good luck!

Finding out how to leverage new tools such as crowdfunding, social media, internet marketing for filmmakers and modern movie distribution are essential for the modern moviemaker. And in the event you want to make more than one movie in your career, this filmmaking book is for you!

There are lots of books that tell you the technical aspects of how to make a movie. This one answers the question you’ll face when it’s done: ‘Now what?’ If you care about having people actually pay to see your movie, get this book.

Jurgen Wolff, author of “Your Writing Coach”
www.ScreenwritingSuccess.com

Who should get this book?

  • Grab your copy of filmmaking stuff if you are sick of waiting for someone else to discover your talent!
  • Grab this filmmaking book if you are ready to take action and make your movie now!
  • Grab this filmmaking book if you want to understand how to leverage crowdfunding to raise money and find an audience!
  • Grab this filmmaking book if you want to find out about new methods in marketing and film distribution!
  • Grab this filmmaking book if you want to make, market and sell your movie without the middle-man!

If you want to make movies, now is the time to take action! This book is a must read for serious filmmakers!

Check out this video on why you must add Filmmaking Stuff to your collection of filmmaking books:

Filmmaking Stuff gives filmmakers a rare insight into how to make a feature film with a proven step-by-step formula from an indie filmmaker who has ‘been-there-done-that-and got the T-shirt.’ Not only does Jason Brubaker understand the business and creative side of filmmaking, he is also an expert in using the Internet and Social Media to finance and distribute any film today. This fact alone is reason enough to always have this book sitting beside your computer.

Peter D. Marshall, Filmmaker
www.ActionCutPrint.com

What is included in this book?

Chapter 1 Modern Movie Business
Right now, with or without Hollywood, you have the opportunity to make movies and reach your audience globally! If you want to take advantage of this opportunity, NOW is the day when you stop dreaming and start DOING! Learn this stuff and you’ll never go back to your old movie making ideas!

Chapter 2 Create Your Story
You are now competing with filmmakers across the globe who are flooding the market with garbage. To be successful, you need to have a great, marketable screenplay. Something that you can quickly pitch to prospective investors and collaborators and have them say: “That’s an awesome idea for a movie!”

Chapter 3 Get Movie Money
Go from story to budget. You will also find out how to communicate with prospective investors in their language. You will also find tips on how to leverage crowdfunding and social networks to get money.

Chapter 4 Manufacture Your Movie
To start a small business, all you need is an idea, some start up cash, raw material, production and a customer base – and a way to sell whatever it is you created. Non-discriminatory distribution allows you to create movies from anywhere in the world and reach your audience.

Chapter 5 Marketing and Distribution
With DVD sales down, utilization of middle-men like sales agents and distribution companies is changing. The ripple effect means that you will need to create your own marketing, sales and distribution strategy.

Jason personally guides you through the many important things you need to know to create a great film. This book has exceptional tips for saving money and marketing.

Carole Dean, author of “Art of Funding Second Edition”
www.FromTheHeartProductions.com

A real page turner. This is a must read for any filmmaker who does not enjoy being suckered by middlemen.

Kim Callahan, Hollywood Talent Manager

A lot of people want to make movies. But most people never will. Hollywood is changing. So unless you are willing to find out how to source your audience and market directly, it will be very difficult to make a career making movies. This book provides you with the steps on how to get your movie made, seen and sold.

Speaking from his own hard won experience, Jason lays out a comprehensive plan to help the modern indie filmmaker get films made. If you care more about making good movies and telling good stories, than about being Hollywood, let Filmmaking Stuff show you the way.

Gordon Firemark, Entertainment Attorney
www.firemark.com

If you are a filmmaker who wants to make your own movies, and make a career making movies, then this filmmaking book is for you. Filmmaking Stuff will provide you with insights on how to raise money, how to build a team, how to build buzz around your movie and finally, how to sell your movie.

The process of script to distribution is now much more complicated and labor intensive. Producers must wear even more hats on the job and be much more knowledgeable about the business of film than they once were. Fortunately, Jason has written this book to help educate and inspire producers of this new century to take advantage of the wonderful tools the internet has given us all to reach audiences worldwide.

Sheri Candler, Marketing and Publicity Specialist
www.shericandler.com

If you want to make movies, if you already make movies and want to sell them, if you already sell movies and want to make more money, you owe yourself a few hours with Jason’s newest book. It has the potential to change everything for you. I don’t know anyone who knows (and appreciates) indie DIY filmmaking better than Jason. ‘Filmmaking Stuff’ is packed with solid knowhow; it’s that one serious tool that indies need.

Norman C. Berns, Producer/Director
www.reelgrok.com

Indie PMD With Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler

Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler stopped by Filmmaking Stuff a few months back to discuss the  new role of the indie PMD. For those of you who aren’t aware of the term – PMD stands for producer of marketing and distribution. It’s a phrase Jon Reiss coined in his filmmaking book called Think Outside the Box Office.

The feedback was so awesome, that I decided to have the interview transcribed. And in text form, it comes out to over 20 pages of useful filmmaking information.

If you’re a modern moviemaker – heck, it doesn’t matter if you’re a film student or a working professional, the content in this interview is recommended reading for all filmmakers. While I think it’s worth a gazillion bucks, I decided to simply give it away! To get your complementary copy of the Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler interview by Jason Brubaker, click here  >>

Happy Filmmaking!

5 Awesome Filmmaking Websites

After exploring all the wonderful filmmaking information here at Filmmaking Stuff, you may benefit from putting some other blogs on your reading list. So to that end, I’d like to point out a few of my filmmaking favorites:

Jon Reiss’ Website
Jon Reiss wrote the famed book Think Outside The Box Office. Like most feature filmmakers, Jon realized that the world of independent film is evolving. I recommend both his book and his blog. Make sure you pay special attention the NEW role of PMD. Jon believes (as do I) that a producer of marketing and distribution is now essential for all modern productions.

Peter Marshall’s Action Cut Print
Peter has been in the industry for a long, long time. His site Action-Cut-Print is updated frequently and it’s full of useful filmmaking tips. Peter is very willing to help filmmakers improve their filmmaking business.

Jurgen Wolff’s Screenwriting Success Site
If you’re looking for advice on screenwriting, I can’t think of a more robust resource than Jurgen’s site. But more importantly, Jurgen is very kind and really wants you to write the best projects you can.

Sheri Candler’s Marketing Site
Sheri is a marketing guru. Her business is totally focused on helping modern moviemakers create an engaged and robust online community for their work that can be used to monetize effectively. So if you have a movie and you are looking for marketing tips, I recommend her site.

Ted Hope’s Truly Free Film Site
Ted Hope is a very well known indie producer. And I think his filmmaking blog provokes a ton of discussion between other filmmakers. Once you get into the conversation, making comments becomes addicting.

Hopefully these resources help you increase your modern moviemaking knowledge. And if you’re new to filmmaking stuff, make sure you instantly download your modern moviemaker tool kit.

Thanks for reading.

Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler talk Movie Marketing and Distribution

Traditional independent filmmaking is changing. In years past, the independent movie business was defined by a filmmaker’s ability to find a script, locate movie investors, raise the necessary money, make the movie and (hopefully) land an awesome distribution deal – and then live happily ever after.

At least that was the dream.

But these days, the entire model of indie filmmaking has gone Topsy-Turvy. Nobody knows this better than Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler. Both are on the cutting edge of independent movie marketing and distribution.

Earlier this week, Sheri Candler and Jon Reiss stopped by Filmmaking Stuff to share some ideas on how filmmakers can think outside the box office. You can download This Filmmaking Stuff Podcast

Jon Reiss has produced and directed three features films and has been named one of “10 Digital Directors to Watch” by Daily Variety. Based on his experience, Jon Reiss wrote “Think Outside the Box Office: The Ultimate Guide to Film Distribution in the Digital Era.” This book has gained international acclaim. Check out: Think Outside The Box Office

Sheri Candler is an inbound marketing strategist who helps independent filmmakers build identities for themselves and their films. Through the use of online tools such as social networking, podcasts, blogs, online media publications and radio, she assists filmmakers in building an engaged and robust online community for their work that can be used to monetize effectively. To find out more about Sheri Candler’s independent movie marketing services, visit her website here: Sheri Candler Movie Marketing website.

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