The 5 Immutable Laws of Successful Filmmaking

successful filmmaking

Serious indie filmmakers stop at noting until the movie is actually in the can – or these days – in your hard drive. Still if you’ve been working to make movies for any length of time, you know there are days when you hit obstacles, sometimes so seemingly insurmountable that you just want to give up on your project. Don’t do it!

The 5 Lessons I Learned Making A Feature Film For $2,000

My name is Chris Foster. When I was 19 years old, I was obsessed with making a feature film. The problem was, I only had two-thousand-dollars. But I didn’t let lack of resources get in my way. I figured out how to keep a safe set, while getting creative. I finished the feature, and I learned … Read more

How To Make A Living As a Filmmaker

Make A Living As a Filmmaker

In the following filmmaking podcast, I share some thoughts on how we might actually make independent filmmaking profitable again. Specifically, I compare the filmmaking production process to any small business. And I share my thoughts on VOD (video on demand) distribution – and how this sales channel finally gives every filmmaker the opportunity to create multiple streams of movie income.

How to Take Charge of Your Indie Filmmaking Projects

indie filmmaking projects

If this is your first feature, don’t feel bad if you cry. Most filmmakers either lose their temper or cry or both. If you have to cry or lose your temper, call a time out and take a walk. Go somewhere nobody can see you. There is no quicker way to lose credibility than losing your emotions on set—especially a low-budget set.

The Minimalist Guide to Internet Marketing For Filmmakers

internet marketing for filmmakers

By now you’ve heard of crowdfunding. But the little secret that nobody is talking about is this – Not all movie projects will get fully funded by the crowd. BUT. . .

filmmaking stuff emblem

Contact

Brubaker Unlimited LLC

8950 West Olympic Blvd #515
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

310.746.3868

Connect