Many filmmakers use the approach of creating a trailer for the film they would like to make. The idea is that if they make a stellar trailer, that the money people will invest in the project. This has truly grown in popularity with the advent of crowdfunding and the need to show your skills in … More How To Shoot a Pitch Trailer
One of the many questions I typically get asked when doing Q&A’s at film screenings is “where did you get the money to make your film?” This is a common question among filmmakers. We are a creative lot who have a vision in our heads and need to express it. We typically are not rich … More How to Find People Who Invest in Movies
Thank you to Film Courage for sharing this insight into making sure you have the lines drawn between the working relationship and the friendships. more by Film Courage here.
The article below is from Filmmaking Stuff and I want to thank Tom Malloy for writing it. I find that he is right on about the 5 Things, but because I am in the process of building my distribution business, as well as working on getting more physically fit, that his 5 Things can apply … More Get a Movie Made: 5 Things You Need To Know
For the past year, I have been working on a TV show called StreetScape, and have become close friends with the host, Aprille Trupiano. Aside from being a TV host, Aprille is also an International Expert on Business. Every time we work together, we talk about my production company, and projects we are working on, … More Free Webinar for Film St. Louis!
Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts is offering affordable workshops for individual arts and arts organizations and are pleased to promote other educational programs of interest to the arts community. Can’t afford to pay? Please contact us to request a scholarship. Unless otherwise noted, workshops are held at the Regional Arts Commission, 6128 Delmar. Business Edge for … More Affordable Workshops : VLAA St. Louis