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If you want to make a movie, you need to establish a production company. In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker explains why.

The post How To Establish A Production Company Without Going Broke appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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Could you go to "networking events" and try to find folks to help introduce you to the appropriate contact? Yes. But just as easily you could pick up the phone, call your prospective contact's place of business and try to get him or her on the phone to make your pitch.

The post The Secret To Filmmaking Success appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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Planning a Kickstarter starts with a compelling idea for your film. For many filmmakers, our hometowns and their particular micro-cultures and institutions inspire many of the stories we’d like to tell. In our minds, we all want to be Mark Twain, sharing tales of our childhood on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. For me, […]

The post How to Plan a Kickstarter for Your Film — The Ultimate Guide appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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With DVD sales down, the traditional utilization of middle-men like sales agents and distribution companies is changing. The ripple effect of this is less traditional distribution deals for filmmakers. Take a look at the music industry, and you’ll soon see that it is a matter of time until all movies will be available for download or viewing at the push of a button.

The post Do You Really Need A Distribution Company? appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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As a filmmaker, it can be challenging to raise funds to cover production. We’re all looking for ways to be more cost-effective. The first step filmmakers can take to keep their budget low is producing low budget screenplays. A few years ago, I branched off of film and began writing for theater. This experience taught […]

The post Three Steps To Writing Low Budget Screenplays appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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Filmmaking Stuff by Jason Brubaker - 1M ago

If you want to know how to make your own film, aside from the technical stuff, the biggest lesson you have to learn is obvious...

The post How To Make Your Own Film appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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Filmmaking Stuff by Jason Brubaker - 1M ago

Wondering how to sell your movie idea? In this filmmaking article, producer Jason Brubaker shares 3 tips on how to sell your movie idea.

The post How To Sell Your Movie Idea appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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If you’re wondering how to break into the film industry, you’re not alone. Nearly every successful filmmaker has started from nowhere. The problem is, there is a big catch 22 in the industry...

The post How to Break Into The Film Industry (Without Asking Permission) appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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The world has changed. If you are looking to become a filmmaking success, this article is for you. We share 5 ways you can succeed as a modern filmmaker.

The post Five Ways To Succeed As a Modern Filmmaker appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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If you're a first time feature filmmaker, you do not need a gazillion dollars to join the feature club. But you will need to learn how to replace money with ginormous creatively. And once your screenplay is complete, then the next step in the filmmaking process is your initial breakdown and schedule.

The post How To Break Down and Schedule Your No-Budget Movie appeared first on Filmmaking Stuff.

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