Filmmaking Advice For The Modern Filmmaker

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Filmmaking Advice For The Modern Filmmaker Talk to any filmmaker about filmmaking and they will tell you the world has changed. Gone are the days when you simply made a movie and sold it to the highest bidder. These days every filmmaker with a camera is making a backyard indie. And as a result, the market is saturated with a never ending supply of mediocre movies. … [Read more...]

Filmmakers Need To Get Debt Free

Learning how to manage money is one of the most important traits of an independent filmmaker. Because many filmmakers are focused on a big Hollywood payday, they have decided to live paycheck to paycheck, shackled by high debt. If you’re that person right now, you’re not alone. It wasn’t too long ago that I lived with no savings and thousands of dollars in debt. I had no … [Read more...]

Feature Filmmaking Advice

Prior to getting my own features off the ground, I worked for an indie producer in New York City. I took the gig because I wanted to uncover the "secrets" to making movies. And after a few months, I ended up working in development - which pretty much meant it was my job to read screenplays and write reports about the material, called coverage. When I wasn't reading, most of … [Read more...]

Advice For Filmmakers who Want to Make Movies

Early in my filmmaking career, I made a lot of mistakes - Many of these mistakes are attributable to a real lack of advice from people with experience. The following video featuring Quentin Tarantino, offers great advice to new filmmakers looking for guidance. (And for those of us filmmakers who have produced a few features - This is still great … [Read more...]