New Projects

Quick update for the filmmaking stuff community…

I am working like crazy to release 3 awesome products within the next 3 months.

Awesome Filmmaking Product #1

One of the products will be an eBook that I plan on giving my subscribers for free.You don’t want to miss this. While I don’t want to spoil the surprise, I can tell you that some very awesome filmmakers have collaborated with me. And we are going to release this book simultaneously across the filmmaking┬ácommunity. In the eBook, you’re going to get a lot of perspective on how to run your modern moviemaking business.

Awesome Filmmaking Product #2

I have been working on a piece of software that will revolutionize the ways in which filmmakers get their movies seen and selling. This is one of those things I’ve been planning for a long, long time. I can’t tell you how many software devlopers flaked out on me. But after a little persistence, I was finally able to gain some traction.

Awesome Filmmaking Product #3

And for those of you who enjoy my Filmmaker Action Pack and blog, I am finally going to release my first physical book. For a long time, I stuck to eProducts because I frankly hate inventory.

I hate the old model of publishing a book. And I also hate going to the post office. But after speaking at UCLA film school, film workshops and a few other places, I realize that a book would be a lot more powerful than a business card. I am almost done with the first draft – I’ll just need to edit it.

Afterwards, I hope to make the book available at Amazon – and for those of you who can’t stand physical books, don’t worry. I’ll also publish to kindle.

So make sure you make note in your filmmaking calendars. This summer is going to be an awesome opportunity for us to share and get to know each other better. I wish you ongoing successes in life and filmmaking!

Rock On Filmmakers!

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ARTICLE BY Jason Brubaker

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