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Filmmaking Stuff offers filmmaking information to serious independent filmmakers.



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When I was in my late twenties, I promised myself I would make a feature by the time I was 40 years old. I had a bunch of short films under my belt. And technically, I had a couple features under my belt too. But they were so bad, I gave up during po...

A few weeks back my filmmaker friend Jared invited me over to help out with a short project. This is not new. Over the past few months, Jared has been cranking out short movies. The reason for this? He is gearing up to make his next feature. And he i...

The biggest filmmaking mistake you can make is waiting for someone else to give you permission make movies. Read this filmmaking article. The post How To Avoid Your Biggest Filmmaking Mistake appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

We have entered the era of Digital VOD Distribution. In this filmmaking article, we provide three tips for Digital VOD Distribution success. The post Three Tips For Digital VOD Distribution appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

Building a powerful network in the motion picture industry is essential for you to push your filmmaking career forward. This is something that I’ve stressed, multiple times. If you are in the right places and you meet the right people, and then...

When it comes to film producing, both investors and distributors are concerned about reducing risk and increasing the opportunity for reward. And focusing on film genres that sell can help you assess market demand before you make your film. A while b...

So you want to Achieve Your Dreams in filmmaking.  I don’t know what your specific dreams may be.  You may want to be a film Producer.  You may want to be a working (or famous) actor or actress.  You may want to be a director who shares his...