You’ve been accepted into a film festival. Panic ensues. The sweat on your brow tells you that you still have work to do in order to really take advantage of the promotion a festival has to offer. You’ve set your goals; you’ve targeted the festivals. But now what?
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!
Dan Goforth discusses funding your film and interviews Seed&Spark's Julie Keck who explains the intricacies of crowdfunding.
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.
Dennis Rainaldi launches his new Script column with his inspiring story of leaving a long-time job at the United Nations to follow his dream of being an indie filmmaker.
Paul Peditto outlines the preparation process of making a micro-budget film.
As you create your next script, Marty Lang suggests thinking like a production manager may help it stand out among the pack.
Rebecca Norris talks with executive board members of the Breckenridge Film Festival for an inside scoop on what they look for in film submissions.
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.