BY JOHN FRANCIS MCCULLAGH A good trailer can be one of the strongest marketing tools for your film or video, but a bad one can tank the project altogether. Trailers have come a long way. From long pieces that basically revealed the entire story and would “trail” after the end of a movie, to fast-paced, […]Read more "Make Your Next Trailer Unforgettable!"
by Jason Hellerman, nofilmschool You may have a great idea but the real test is how you communicate it. Learning how to write an elevator pitch is a skill you can’t put a price on. Why? Because we’ve all been there when lightning strikes and that excellent idea comes to life in our minds. Maybe […]Read more "How to Write An Elevator Pitch [FREE Elevator Pitch Template]"
by Auralnauts Auralnauts provides you with the fun and winning formula that turns any trailer into the blockbuster smash hit of the season the way it was meant to be. Support link: Website: https://www.auralnauts.com/Read more "How To Make A Blockbuster Movie Trailer"
by 1001fonts.com Lights, camera, action! — here’s 76 Free movie typefaces with the glitter and glamour of Hollywood from popular films both past and present… My personal end credit favorites aside from the traditional Arial, Arial Black or Arial Narrow is use of Eurostile or Avenir typefaces. Of course these look techie or even futuristic, […]Read more "Lights, Camera, Action! 76 Free Movie Fonts"
By Logan Baker Your film or video project’s first shot is incredibly important. Whether you’re establishing a time and place or unveiling a mystery, a compelling first frame is vital. Top image: A Clockwork Orange via Warner Bros. It’s vital that you make your video or film’s first frame as enticing as possible. Doing so will set […]Read more "Learn to Hook Your Audience With Enticing First Frames"
By Luke Crowe, Backstage Backstage’s Call Sheet database includes a searchable Production Listings Directory featuring major films, television series, TV pilots, plays, and musicals. Find out about current and upcoming productions, including who’s directing and casting, and where and when the productions take place. These production charts include hundreds of projects casting out of New […]Read more "A Film, TV, and Theater Production Database"
January 12, 2015 by Filmmaking Stuff‘s Jason Brubaker Welcome to Filmmaking Stuff, where you will receive tips and strategies on how to make, market and sell your movie without the middleman. My name is Jason Brubaker. Over the last decade, I have worked professionally in the film industry. In addition to producing my own feature […]Read more "Free Filmmaking Stuff"