Filmmaking rejection sucks. Sometimes you pitch and idea and it falls flat. If you're new to filmmaking, you may feel as though a failed pitch is the end of your career. But it's not. As with all businesses, some concepts … [Read more...] about How To Deal With Filmmaking Rejection (Like A Pro)
Film financing and financing movies for independent filmmakers is one of the most challenging aspects of the movie making process. You can have the greatest screenplay, the most talented cast and stellar movie locations – but without movie money, you are just another would-be filmmaker with a dream and a passion. The film finance articles at Filmmaking Stuff provide tips on how to view independent filmmaking as a business.
Are you baffled by the documentary funding process? Are you uncomfortable asking people for money? Are you confused by the whole fundraising process? If you are, don't worry! You are not alone. Sometimes just knowing a few … [Read more...] about Do You Make These Mistakes In Documentary Funding?
Want to find people who are actively investing in movies? Today's filmmaking question comes from a frustrated screenwriter who needs to find investors. Since this challenge is faced by most filmmakers and screenwriters, I … [Read more...] about 7 Shortcuts for Attracting People Investing In Movies
One of the most frequently asked questions in filmmaking is: How do I find someone to invest in my project? While the answers vary from asking your dentist for money to calling your rich uncle, I am going to tell you a secret … [Read more...] about How To Access The Secret Film Investing Club
Like it or lump it, there are a lot of backyard indies being made each year. Thanks to inexpensive production technology, no-budget filmmaking is not only possible, but has become the norm for many first time feature … [Read more...] about No-Budget Filmmaking: Rise of The Backyard Indie