Five Filmmaker Success Tactics You Need To Utilize

Filmmaker Success Tactics

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...]

Why Amazon Film Distribution Is Awesome!

Amazon Film Distribution

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...]

Three Steps To Writing Low Budget Screenplays

Low Budget Screenwriting

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...]

Three Ways How To Become A Filmmaker

How To Become A Filmmaker

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...]

How To Grow Your Filmmaking Fanbase

Filmmaking Fanbase

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...]