Filmmaking is an expensive business. Even after a successful crowdfunding campaign, an unexpected (and very welcome tax return), or months and months of working double shifts flipping burgers between planning your passion project, it’s surprising how quickly the money gets sucked into the filmmaking vacuum
Getting a press pass as a blogger is relatively simple, but if you’re new to the publishing game or your emails are a no man’s land of no replies, there are a number tricks you need to know about before approaching a film festival press
As audiences across the world swap movie theaters for their living rooms, and choose sites like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and YouTube Premium over the traditional networks, it’s clear that the future of content consumption lies in SVOD services.
Twitter is a great place to start, as a breeding ground for creative thoughts, inspirational stories, and political debate. It’s with this in mind that we’ve decided to provide you with a rundown of the best female creatives to follow on Twitter.
As amazing as it might sound, there’s actually money out there for you to make your project – and no, not just a surprise inheritance or finding a suitcase of hundies next to the body of a murdered drug dealer. Organizations will pay you dough
You’ve written a great short film and you’re even going to direct it yourself. You’ve planned out the storyboards, you’ve got some actors you’d like to work with in mind, you’ve even checked out a D.O.Ps IMDB page after you saw a low budget feature