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Filmmaking Stuff offers filmmaking information to serious independent filmmakers.



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Regardless of what tactics you utilize to raise the production value, just remember that telling a story should be your primary focus. Each fancy camera move, the colors you choose, the format, locations and your choice in actors should all be motiv...

Color grading will give every film you create a unique vibe. At Filthy Look Films, we have been able to leverage our toolbox to create campaigns ranging from a Wrangler Asia-Pacific spot to a music video for artist 360. I believe that having the righ...

In the past, filmmakers made a movie, got lucky and ended up with a BIG paycheck with incremental increases on the back end. These days filmmakers need to think about their movies in ways akin to how traditional investors think about dividends from b...

Film distribution is changing. While theatrical and DVD were once major marketplaces, video on demand is now the norm. And if you are making a film, odds are good that digital distribution will be a big part of your release strategy. So you need to g...

Pitching film projects, in itself, an art form. I have taught entire seminars on pitching and there is always room for improvement. The pitch may be the only chance you get to talk to your HNI (High Net worth Individual) and try to get your prospecti...

Film festivals offer a great way to show your movie on the big screen to a live audience. For most filmmakers, the experience is exciting and nerve-racking. And in addition to presenting your film, festivals also offer a great place to meet other fil...

When trying to promote a movie that folks have otherwise not heard of, all ink is potentially good ink.┬áIf you’re producing your movie somewhere locally (AKA not Hollywood), then learning how to get local publicity for your film can help build...