Filmmaking Stuff Book

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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 … [Read more...]

Are You Making These Mistakes In Filmmaking?

Independent moviemaking has changed forever. If you are still holding out for the Sundance dream, you are wasting your time. What is the Sundance dream? It's the thought that you'll make a movie, get into Sundance and garner a gazillion dollars. While I encourage you to think big, if you are basing your movie business on the Sundance dream, you are making a BIG mistake in … [Read more...]

Name My Filmmaking Book Contest

I have been writing a filmmaking book. It outlines the whole modern moviemaking philosophy - and originally I thought I would stay with the modern moviemaking theme, and possibly call it "Confessions of a Modern Moviemaker." The title is fun because, historically books titled with the word "confessions" seem to intrigue readers... I also fear the title might be a little too … [Read more...]

Filmmaking eZine and Free Tools

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Video on demand has forever changed the ways independent movies are made, seen and sold. And if you've not yet made a feature, you might wonder why this is important to you. I get excited about Video On Demand and the various popular internet marketplaces like iTunes and Amazon because movie distribution is no longer discriminatory. This means that you can actually … [Read more...]

Indie PMD With Jon Reiss and Sheri Candler

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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 … [Read more...]