In this filmmaking article, LA producer Jason Brubaker points out 3 reasons you will fail in filmmaking. (Unless you avoid these excuses)
The biggest filmmaking mistake you can make is waiting for someone else to give you permission make movies. Read this filmmaking article.
Yesterday I had breakfast with a studio executive from one of the Majors here in Los Angeles. Much of what we talked about revolved around changes in the movie industry and how many of the studio folks are slow to implement new ideas. With an estimated 30,000 to 50,000 independent movies flooding the market each year, the movie industry is experiencing what happens to any industry when cheap labor, inexpensive production…
Your friendships with other filmmakers dictate the scope and scale of your movies. And while not everyone you meet in the movie industry is going to become your best friend, it’s always great to know who to call, to help you make things happen.
For those of you considering producing your first feature, Film Scheduling is an invaluable part of the process. Your 1st AD is in charge of taking your screenplay, breaking it down and providing the initial schedule. That information is later used to budget your movie.
When I was in college, I took a sales job, selling spas at local carnivals to raise money for my first 16mm film.