The Secret To Filmmaking Success

If I could go back and talk to myself ten years ago... And if I could only share one filmmaking success tip, what would I say? In two words: Cold Calling. I know this may sound unrelated to filmmaking. But I can tell you that success is not created in a vacuum. It is created with the help and support of other people, including mentors and customers. And while it is true … [Read more...]

Leverage Your Following | Sell Your Movie PT 7

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One of the most important filmmaking strategies you must adopt in this era of modern moviemaking is a long term perspective. In years past, filmmakers focused on making one movie, selling it and then moving on to the next movie. While the idea of creating multiple titles over the course of your filmmaking career has not changed, it is now vitally important that you plan a … [Read more...]

Filmmaker Jason Brubaker Gets Punched Out By LA Producers Over Video On Demand Sales Projections

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When I published my article on leveraging VOD sales to finance your movie, I had no idea that a simple internet marketing formula for filmmakers would be such a polarizing issue. I can't tell you how many Los Angeles based movie producers responded negatively through email. One guy even told me my grammar sucked. So to clarify, I was not trying to ruffle any feathers. I … [Read more...]

Filmmaking Stuff News For 2011 Early

Hi Filmmakers, If this is your first time visiting Filmmaking Stuff, welcome! For those of you who have been a member of the Filmmaking Stuff community for some time, hello again! I'm writing you from my home in Laural Canyon. For those of you who don't know this part of Los Angeles, I'm in the canyon between the Hollywood Hills, and within walking distance to Jim Morrison's … [Read more...]

Filmmaking Is Just Like Making Widgets

When we compare modern moviemaking to widget production, it oftentimes seems as though we are saying that the end product of our work carries with it so much more human, emotional weight and experience than the mere production of a widget. And while I understand that watching a feature film has so much more value to ME, and as most of us would argue, humanity - Our friends at … [Read more...]