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.
Writer-director Cameron Chapman explains how writing a screenplay to direct yourself requires an extra set of considerations compared to a spec script to sell to a producer.
Jason Buff suggests if you want to sell your low-budget indie film, don't do it by writing the script first. He's got 5 great steps to take to help you find funding and distribution early in the game.
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.
Comedienne Jill-Michele Meleán takes us on the journey of writing 'This is Meg," a film based on her own experiences.
Dan Goforth explains how to use your documentary to reach out to others, not just to inform!
Marty Lang interviews Jordan Gershowitz, co-founder of Grandex Productions and a producer of the feature comedies TEMPS and TOTAL FRAT MOVIE.
Cheryl Laughlin talks with Hush Money's Terrell Lamont about the ins and outs of screenwriting for microbudget films and how to make every scene work double time.