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Filmmaking Stuff offers filmmaking information to serious independent filmmakers.



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Take a look at your trailer. Is your trailer congruent with your hook and the marketing elements we covered earlier? If not, I suggest you recut and refine your trailer to make sure your marketing message is consistent. In doing this you will have to...

What's your biggest indie filmmaking challenge? In this filmmaking article, we explore your biggest challenges and what you can do to overcome them. The post How To Overcome Your BIG Filmmaking Challenges appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

One big question asked in the indie film community is this: Should filmmakers move to Hollywood? Take a quick sec to read this filmmaker's response. The post Question: Should Filmmakers Move To Hollywood? appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

In this filmmaking article, we share tips on how to create a film website so you can attract targeted traffic and sell your movie. The post How To Create a Film Website (So You Can Sell Your Movie) appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

How do I get my movie on iTunes? That is the question. And in this film distribution article, you'll get solid tactics on how to get your movie in iTunes The post How To Sell Your Movie On iTunes appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

One way I mitigate this "all eggs in one basket" approach to filmmaking (and business) is to always have projects in various stages of development. This allows you to check one rejection off the list and put your focus into the next. And just because...

By now you've heard of crowdfunding. But the little secret that nobody is talking about is this - Not all movie projects will get fully funded by the crowd. BUT. . . The post The Minimalist Guide to Internet Marketing For Filmmakers appeared first o...