Make Filmmaking Your Business

Before you make your movie, you have to seriously decide if you can stay excited about your story for the long haul.

While the timeline is different for all filmmakers, it may take you months or years to:

  1. Raise the financing.
  2. Package your movie with cast and crew.
  3. Get your movie seen and selling.

If you aren’t willing to commit at least a half-decade to getting your movie made, seen and sold – then filmmaking may be the wrong business for you.

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ARTICLE BY Jason Brubaker

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