Filmmaking Stuff

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State/Province:California
Location:Los Angees, CA

Filmmaking Stuff offers filmmaking information to serious independent filmmakers.



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In the old days, self distribution got a bad wrap. Before DVD and the wonders of the digital age, if people wanted to self distribute, they had to haul heavy film prints from city to city all over the country... But not any more! The post The Future...

So you have a TV Show idea and you want to sell it. Before we get into some action steps you can take, it’s important to understand how TV works in comparison to film. A lot of times people think TV is the same as producing feature films, where...

In the process of putting together your film, you could try to cast the film yourself, or you could hire a casting director. Sometimes filmmakers are intimidated by the process. For example, I know of many actors turned producers who feel like castin...

What if I told you that one of the definitive keys for funding your film came from within your mind? In my personal experience raising money, I would say that having a film funding mindset is essential.  What do I mean by that?  Well, we’re t...

My producing partner Mike Knowlan and I recently finished a short film called KNOCK KNOCK. It is a suspense/thriller about a woman who, after attending an out of town Christmas party, travels down a lonely highway road… One known for mysterious...

Okay, you want to make a movie.  You’ve got those creative juices flowing, and you need an outlet.  You have a GREAT idea, a technique in mind, and a screenplay that rocks.  You’re missing only one teensy thing: Money. You don’t...

Over the last 26 years, I have been asked countless times “How do I get started working in film and TV?” The answer is simple. First contact your state or city film commission. Every state has a film and TV office. Next, you must change what you...