In case you haven't noticed, filmmaking is changing. And the future of filmmaking is now. In years past, if you wanted to make a film, you had to raise enough money to not only cover the film and equipment, but you paid for your DP, your camera operator, someone to pull focus, someone to load the … [Read more...] about Future Of Filmmaking: Will You Be Replaced By A Robot?
If you're like most filmmakers, you wear many hats including writer, director and cinematographer. But when it comes to marketing a movie, you feel like a doofus. This makes sense. I'm sure your Hollywood dreams never included hours spent on Twitter trying to get people to buy your film. The … [Read more...] about The Minimalist Guide To Marketing A Movie
What is your movie competition? Do you know? Well one of the Filmmaking Stuff readers sent the following question about this topic: Jason - I'm trying to put together a business plan for my prospective investors. I need to figure out who my competition is, and I am having difficulty. Do you have … [Read more...] about What Is Your Movie Competition (And Why You Should Care)
A lot of filmmakers are looking for movie investors. Many of these filmmakers are looking for movie investors in the wrong place. Living here in Hollywood, I can tell you that most hopefuls hold the misguided belief that there is some secret list of movie investors who can't wait to hand over … [Read more...] about How To Find Movie Investors
I am going to share the Modern Moviemaking Manifesto with you. After this, you're going to know yourself a little better as a filmmaker. And to get the ball rolling, I have a question for you: What's the biggest filmmaking failure you must avoid? This is gonna sound obvious. But the answer is … [Read more...] about Modern Moviemaking Manifesto