Working in film distribution, I can tell you that everything is changing. Production is getting cheaper and easy access to the marketplace is the norm. This is an exciting time to be a filmmaker. Paradoxically, because more films are getting made each year, this is also one of the most … [Read more...] about How To Make Your Movie Rise Above The Noise
If you're part of the filmmaking stuff community, you probably saw my email about a DSLR resources that I was evaluating. After sending the email, one of our readers (named Jonathan) responded with another good recommendation. So now instead of just one DSLR resource, I can provide you with … [Read more...] about DSLR filmmaking guides
A few years back, while flying aboard a loud propeller driven airplane somewhere over the snow capped mountains of Colorado, I heard the guy in front of me talking to his girlfriend about an idea for a movie. Since I had just finished production on my second feature, I felt compelled to chime in. … [Read more...] about Filmmaking through Toxic Soup
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This is Robert Rodriguez's advice to filmmakers in his 10 minute film school. I found this to be totally inspirational when I first started. His advice is classic. If you haven't read his book Rebel Without a Crew, you need to. Yes, some of the technology he mentions has now been replaced with … [Read more...] about Robert Rodriguez’s 10 minute film school.