The world of filmmaking is changing. Producing movies is getting cheaper. And distribution outlets are accessible. This is a paradigm shift. It's only a matter of time until the ripple effect has a leveling impact on Hollywood. Will you be ready? Five Filmmaker Success Tactics You Need To Utilize These practical filmmaker success tactics should be helpful. Filmmaker … [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.
Amazon film distribution offers a great opportunity for filmmakers who want to reach an audience of rabid shoppers. As a transactional video on demand (TVOD) platform, you simply set your price and Amazon pays you 50% of the sale. In a typical release scenario, you would would maximize your transactional opportunity on Amazon before you move on to ad supported platforms … [Read more...]
As a filmmaker, it can be challenging to raise funds to cover production. We’re all looking for ways to be more cost-effective. The first step filmmakers can take to keep their budget low is producing low budget screenplays. A few years ago, I branched off of film and began writing for theater. This experience taught me how to write and produce with uncompromising, … [Read more...]
If you are wondering how to become a filmmaker, you're not alone. Living in Hollywood, I am surrounded by people constantly trying to figure out "how to become a filmmaker." The problem is, many would-be filmmakers do not realize there is more than one way to become a filmmaker. 3 Ways How To Become A Filmmaker Here are 3 ways how to become a filmmaker. 1. Employee … [Read more...]
Filmmakers need a filmmaking fanbase. Without a fanbase, you have no business. Many filmmakers ignore this part of the process. And let's be honest, building an audience sounds a lot less sexy than actually making your movie! But here is the deal. Traditional film distribution once revolved around shipping physical product. There were fixed costs and accurate sales … [Read more...]