In this guest filmmaking article, documentary filmmaker Faith Fuller shares tips on how to avoid the top five mistakes made in documentary funding. Read this article and fund your documentary.
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.
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 provided some actionable tactics. Question: I have lots of bound ready scripts. I have a great desire and experience to make […]
In this film finance article, filmmaker Jason Brubaker shares tips about finding secret film investing club and getting investors to buy into your movie.
There is a lot of talk about the difference between a “real movie” and a “back yard Indie.” In this article we explore modern, no-budget filmmaking.
Pitching film projects, in itself, an art form. I have taught entire seminars on pitching and there is always room for improvement. The pitch may be the only chance you get to talk to your HNI (High Net worth Individual) and try to get your prospective investor excited about your film project. While I can’t […]
When comes time to pitch your film idea, most industry pros agree you’ll need a killer script, a realistic budget, and a cast and crew that fits the project. In fact, these are all elements that you deal with before you’re in front of a prospective investor. But what happens when you actually get face to […]