When you go into film production, you plan everything out for your movie months in advance. You get the locations, picture vehicles, actors, crew, stunt professionals... And then for some reason, two days before you begin … [Read more...] about Film Production: 3 Tips To Avoid Crying On Set
Script breakdown and film scheduling is essential for any serious filmmaker. Let me share the following, fictional yet typical filmmaking email. (I get these types of questions every couple weeks.) Hi Jason - I … [Read more...] about Script Breakdown and Film Scheduling
In my ongoing effort to highlight filmmakers who forgo excuses and take action to get movies seen and selling, I would like to highlight a Filmmaking Stuff reader named Jeff who has started produced his first movie. In the … [Read more...] about How To Get Into Filmmaking Without Asking Permission
Aspiring screenwriter: Go Hollywood or go indie? By, Screenwriter Jurgen Wolff Because I’ve written a few books about screenwriting I sometimes get questions from people just starting out on their careers. One query that … [Read more...] about Aspiring screenwriter: Go Hollywood or go indie?
The other week, I began working on a project with some very successful people. And here is what I realized: Successful people don't wait for everything to be perfect. They get an idea and test and idea - then they implement … [Read more...] about Movie Maker Challenge 2012