In a more-perfect world of Independent Film Distribution, iTunes would open the flood gates and allow all feature filmmakers to upload their work. However, at the time of writing, getting your finished feature film into iTunes is still a pain in the butt. With few exceptions, the company seems to favor traditional distributors over the indie producer. So if you one day dream of having your movie viewed on someone’s iPhone, you’ll still have to find a middle-man ask permission…
When it comes to film directing, Jenn Page has directed several Independent feature films. Having worked with some of Hollywood’s top talent, she stopped by Filmmaking Stuff to share some lessons learned as a director. When it comes to film directing, you are completely responsible for everything on your movie set, one way or another. […]
If you’re wondering how to become a filmmaker, you’re not alone. In this filmmaking article, we explore the three different types of filmmakers.
Always Sunny in Philadelphia producer Charlie Day stopped by Filmmaking Stuff to chat about the show and share a little filmmaker inspiration.
Making a good movie starts with a good screenplay. And assuming you’ve written, or you control the rights to a fantastic script that you would like to produce, the next step creating a script breakdown and film scheduling.
In this filmmaking article, actor, writer and producer Gregor Collins talks about getting his movie made without Hollywood Agents.