For those of you planning to crank out some movies, I recommend you start small. Find a few collaborators and assign jobs based on interest. Then grab a camera and complete some micro projects such as music videos, short films and funny sketches for YouTube.
In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker talks about the importance of screenwriting and having a good screenplay.
Since starting Filmmaking Stuff some years ago, the entire world of filmmaking has changed. As a result, I thought it would be good to revisit some fundamentals of filmmaking success. In this post, you’re going to learn about the importance of film goals. Making films is fun, exciting and often incredibly challenging. Especially now. Especially with […]
The first step in selling your movie (or movie idea) is to find your movie hook. This filmmaking article shows you how to sharpen your movie hook so you can make your movie remarkable.
In the morning, I would wake up with cupcakes mashed in my hair, stare at my fat face in the bathroom mirror, and leave for my appliance sales job. When sales were slow at the store, I would order cheeseburgers, and start eating. One day, when I really felt bad about my sad existence, I decided to do something. I went into my cubicle and started writing a screenplay. Since I never wrote a screenplay, I had no idea what I was doing. But I was so frustrated, and fat, and hating my life, that it didn’t take long until I had a first draft…
A BIG reason movies fail is because filmmakers do not define their target audience. This article provides quick tactics on how to find your target audience.