What I’m about to share is a cautionary tale, which should hopefully provide insights on how to build your filmmaking team, so you don’t get screwed in the process. Picture this – A few friends get together to make movies. One buddy liked to write screenplays. Another buddy had a camera and was honing his … Read More
Trust in filmmaking is essential. The reason you have a crew is because together the sum of the collaboration is better than what you can do on your own. Additionally, having a good crew will make your job easier. Think about it. The sound department captures sound. The camera department makes sure the equipment works … Read More
It would seem strange to utilize Facebook in an attempt to get a lunch meetings with prospective Hollywood Heavyweights whom you never met.But in the world of LinkedIn, as long as you’re not a jerk, it is appropriate to seek out and connect with prospects.