Years ago, the only way you could get a film made was to spend near-obscene amounts of money. Marty Lang discusses the new revolution of smartphone filmmaking.
Marty Lang talks with Gary King about how he developed the story of his new horror film 'Among Us', the challenges of producing your own work, and the value of the friends and family network.
Marty Lang shares screenwriting contests run by local and state governments. If your script meets their guidelines, you might qualify for resources to make your film!
Marty Lang explains how the recent Writer's Guild negotiations garnered screenwriting lessons for beginning screenwriters and filmmakers. If you studied the way this negotiation played out, there are some undeniable truths that can help you in your work.
History has shown us some seriously creative thinking by writers to get their work noticed. Marty Lang shares out-of-the-box screenwriting tactics.
If you're looking to get your script made and seen, you already have the material, and you can handle distribution on your own! Marty Lang explains that by becoming a writer/producer and putting in the work, you can literally will your film into the world!
With an entrepreneurial mindset and a little research, Marty Lang explains how you can find opportunities to bring your work to life as an international co-production.
As you create your next script, Marty Lang suggests thinking like a production manager may help it stand out among the pack.
If you're looking to get a screenplay of yours made, Marty Lang proposes you try something you probably haven't done before: Write your script in reverse.
Some filmmakers have developed a team-oriented approach to creating films. While these teams have different structures and focal points, they share one thing: They're groups of creative people working together to make new work. And they're called collectives.