In some place in the back of your mind, when you reach for your credit card, you find yourself thinking: “I can afford this. Someday I’ll make my movie and sell it for a gazillion dollars. And then I’ll pay off my bills…”
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In this filmmaking article, we provide tips on how to network and importantly, how to network in Hollywood. Read this article if you want some awesome tips.
If you want to make a movie, you need to establish a production company. In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker explains why.
Coming up with an accurate film budget can be a sobering experience. You either find out that you need to raise more money or cut your budget entirely. And if you’re anything like most independent filmmakers, both options suck. But don’t worry. This article offers three ways to cut your movie budget (and increase production value).
When trying to promote a movie that folks have otherwise not heard of, all ink is potentially good ink. If you’re producing your movie somewhere locally (AKA not Hollywood), then learning how to get local publicity for your film can help build buzz around your projects.This is because, regardless of publication or geography, most anything written […]
In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker explains how to build a reputation and why this is most important to your filmmaking career.