Few other films demonstrate the full scope of cinematic storytelling. Francis Ford Coppola’s epic saga made street thugs into flawed kings.
Tech-forward media moguls who aren’t afraid to pander in order to let the harder hitting journalism shine through.
Marketing is not someone else’s job. It’s yours.
Lights, camera, action…um, okay, but what can you do with all of these?
Wait, you became a filmmaker to get away from money and lawyers?
Not a people-person? You better become one quick.
Make a plan. Have a back-up plan. Then come up with a back-up for the back-up plan.
Or the art of making it through a production with your creative vision intact.
Nobody gets final cut without a good editor.
Big money means bigger budgets. But more money means more problems.
Putting “Esq.” next to your name doesn’t make you a lawyer.
If nobody sees your project, does it even really exist?
The answers to these questions are pretty important to your story.
Have you filed all the necessary paperwork to register your project as an LLC?