… that is, if your movie can cost $300. As reported by the Credit Matters Blog, the credit card company is offering select customers three c-notes if they’ll pay their cards off and close their accounts. For AmEx, the incentive serves to raise some cash and, … [Read more...] about AMERICAN EXPRESS WANTS TO HELP YOU MAKE YOUR MOVIE…
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For the past three years, we’ve been pursuing a noble goal: to try to talk about movies and meaning in a way that might interest someone other than ourselves. We do this over at The Film Talk, and want our work to be an ongoing conversation about the movies and how they … [Read more...] about Five Things You Should Do If You Want Your Movie to Last
Making the movie was easy, crowdfunding is hard.Ok, that’s a ridiculous oversimplification, but not completely untrue. I’m currently in the midst of a crowdfunding campaign to raise post-production funds for my first feature film, Sidewalk Traffic (a comedy/drama … [Read more...] about Making the Movie Was Easy, Crowdfunding Is Hard
If making a movie seems like a Herculean task, selling it can be even harder. You have to work festivals, industry contacts and many other avenues in the hope of finding a buyer.When Mooshine Kingdom‘s director Milton Horowitz and cinematographer Ryan Forte went to American … [Read more...] about How To Sell Your Movie at AFM: Unconventional Tips From the
Each year Filmmaker asks all the incoming feature directors at Sundance one question. This year, our question revolves around fear. Specifically, what fear — whether it’s personal, or one related to the development, financing, production … [Read more...] about The Sundance Question: What Fear Did You Confront in the Making of Your Movie?