If you’re seeking advice on how to fund, produce and sell your movie, these filmmaking articles will help you. You’ll find that each article provides creative ideas and tips, with links to further information about filmmaking.

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How To Start A Production Company

How To Start A Production Company Without Going Broke

If you want to make a movie, you need to establish a production company. In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker explains why.

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The Smart Filmmaker’s Guide To Independent Film Financing

Finding money to make your movie is challenging. In this filmmaking article, we explore 5 Tips On Independent Film Financing.

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The Easy Way To Get More Views On YouTube

Getting more views on YouTube is a great way to promote your current film projects and grow your audience. In addition …

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How To Get into The Film Industry While Working A Day Job

How to Get Into The Film Industry While Working A Day Job

Wondering how to get into the film industry? Here’s a strategy that allows you to break into the film industry while you’re working a day job.

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Filmmaking Checklist

Who Else Wants a Film Production Checklist?

As a filmmaker, one of the toughest parts about making a movie is knowing where to start. The following film production checklist will give you an overview of the low budget, independent filmmaking process.

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How To Create A Press Kit For Your Movie

How To Create a Press Kit For Your Indie Movie

In this article, Filmmaker Jason Brubaker tells you how to put together a press kit so you can promote your independent movie. To read the story and comment. . .

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How To Build A Powerful Hollywood Network

You’re not alone if you’re wondering how to network in the movie business. I have mentioned this many times in my …

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How To Write A Screenplay First Draft Like A Boss

What is the REAL first draft of your screenplay? A big mistake many new screenwriters make is thinking the first draft …

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