If you like Filmmaking Stuff, you’ll love Jason Brubaker’s Filmmaking Stuff Podcast. In these audio podcasts, you’ll get valuable information on how to source your audience, audio interviews with industry heavy weights, how to maximize box office revenues, ideas on filmmaking business models and business plans and movie distribution… To access the filmmaking stuff podcast, [...]
I spoke at the UCLA film school and I got the impression that the next generation of filmmakers are open to new ideas, and new ways of making movies. Thanks to familiarity with YouTube as well as access to affordable production equipment, many modern filmmakers are embracing accessible, non-discriminatory distribution channels without hesitation or excuses.
Since both iTunes and Amazon are internet marketplaces, it makes sense that most of your movie sales will come via the internet. And as a result, you will need to make sure people actually know your movie exists.
In the following filmmaking podcast, I share some thoughts on how we might actually make independent filmmaking profitable again. Specifically, I compare the filmmaking production process to any small business. And I share my thoughts on VOD (video on demand) distribution – and how this sales channel finally gives every filmmaker the opportunity to create multiple streams of movie income.