Crowdfunding Kentucky Rivalry: Red V. Blue

For many filmmakers, running a crowdfunding campaign has become an essential phase of the film financing process. A few days ago, Filmmaker Rory Delaney reached out about his second feature documentary, Kentucky Rivalry: Red V. Blue. Jason Brubaker Tell us about your latest project and yourself. Rory Delaney Kentucky Rivalry: Red V. Blue is my … Read more

Make Filmmaking Your Next Small Business

“If you want to make a living making movies, you need to realize that your library and the subsequent audience you source (over your career) are your major assets. And, as a result, your most important filmmaking focus (aside from doing good work) is to acquire and keep a customer,” he emphasizes.

Conference Call Recap: Film Finance

Hello From Los Angeles! For those of you who tuned into the filmmaking conference call over the weekend – it was great to meet you. For those of you who missed it, no worries. The call will be available for download soon. (So if you’re on the filmmaking stuff mailing list, you’ll get it for free.) For … Read more

How to Take Charge of Your Film Scheduling

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For those of you considering producing your first feature, Film Scheduling is an invaluable part of the process. Your 1st AD is in charge of taking your screenplay, breaking it down and providing the initial schedule. That information is later used to budget your movie.

Sell Your Movie: A New Distribution Model For Indie Film

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If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to finance and sell your movie… Then your guess is as good as the studio’s guess. Micro-budget movies are changing the landscape. In this article Jason Brubaker discusses some things filmmakers can expect when it comes time to sell your movie…

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