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Filmmaking Stuff offers filmmaking information to serious independent filmmakers.



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And although everyone was happy to teach me the inner workings of production, off set, it was my responsibility to scrub toilets and mop the floors. I didn't mind the crap work. In fact, scrubbing toilets taught me a valuable lesson. I realized if I...

In this filmmaking article we dispel the worst filmmaking myth, and also provide three tips on how to make money in filmmaking. The post Three Tactics On How To Make Money In Filmmaking appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

Becoming a Filmmaking Success is challenging. In this article, we outline some ways you can become a success in your filmmaking career. The post Three Simple Steps For Filmmaking Success appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

If you have ever seen me at speaking events, you know that one of my core philosophies is to make a movie you can make this year. The reason I push this is because way too many filmmakers never do anything! But... The post 15 Killer Resources So You...

It’s inevitable that, in the pursuit of your career, you’ll need to sign a filmmaker contract. No article can cover all of the issues that will arise in connection with that magic moment, but this article will shed some light on the top 10 “pit...

When you make a film, you need paperwork. And I’m going to share seven essential film documents that every filmmaker needs before completing production. And before we go further, I get it. Paperwork is not something every filmmaker thinks abou...

Writing for independent film is very different from writing a big budget movie. While both types of movies need a great screenplay, Hollywood production companies can afford to do whatever they want, and no budget is too big for them. When writing f...