If you’re wondering how to break into the film industry, you’re not alone. Nearly every successful filmmaker has started from nowhere. The problem is, there is a big catch 22 in the industry…
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.
With the emergence of awesomely inexpensive production technology, making a movie is getting easier. This is the future of filmmaking.
In this filmmaking article, Jason Brubaker explores the differences between the popular film scheduling and budgeting software.
In this guest filmmaking article, you will receive screenwriting tips that will help you produce your low budget movies.
Because I’ve written a few books about screenwriting I sometimes get questions from people just starting out on their careers. One query that has started coming up more often recently is whether it’s better to chase the Hollywood dream or get involved with indie films, including ones made for the web…