Want to make a movie?

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the filmmaking information available online. At Filmmaking Stuff, we address exactly what you need in order to take the next steps with your film project.

Film Business Plan

One primary film funding tool is a film business plan. This document outlines the procedure for how you’ll produce and sell your film. It’s the confidential information overview that you’ll “leave behind” with prospective investors after making your pitch. The problem is, many filmmakers get it wrong.

If you’ve been searching for a film business plan template, you’ve probably come across at least a dozen examples filled with useless gobbledygook (like charts and graphs and other stuff) that look great on paper but fail when presented to an investor. This is because many film finance “gurus” who teach business planning have never actually raised a penny for a film.

Get Film Distribution

Film distribution is the process that gets your feature film seen and sold in movie theaters, video-on-demand platforms, and television networks all around the world. To get worldwide distribution, you will need to work with a film sales agent or distributor. This video training shows you how to attract distributors and negotiate an awesome distribution deal in today’s marketplace.

If you don’t have a movie yet, adding a distribution strategy to your business plan can help you gain the respect of prospective movie investors. And if you do have a movie, this course will give you a roadmap on how to take your movie to market and get a deal.

Movie Producer Membership

The Filmmaking Stuff Membership provides you with access to in-depth training and resources on all aspects of filmmaking. Each “action plan” contained in your membership has been designed to solve one specific problem. This way, you can pick and choose the skills most important to you.

With hours of video instruction, you can work at your own pace. Plus you’ll have access to a community of other serious filmmakers to provide feedback, encourage you, and hold you accountable.