Writing films are flights of fancy with no limitations. Producing require lots of logistics. It may seem dichotomous, but Christopher Schiller explains how budget and story can both be served.
Don't be afraid! You can make your first feature film on a micro-budget, by adapting a play to a film. Rick Mowat shares advice on adapting on a micro-budget.
As you create your next script, Marty Lang suggests thinking like a production manager may help it stand out among the pack.
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.
'Nobody Knows Anything (except William Goldman)' is an upcoming documentary feature about two-time Academy Award-winning screenwriter, bestselling novelist, non-fiction author and playwright William Goldman.
Kim Garland interviews writer/director Chris Sparling on his journey to getting his breakout film — BURIED — made and his thriving career today.
Paul Peditto discusses the casting and audition process for making your Micro-Budget film.
Despite how great a screenplay may be, the director will often cut the scene the screenwriter loves. Change is an inescapable reality of the movie business.
Pre-production planning can't always guarantee a smooth film production. Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller gives tips for flexibility on set.
Befuddled by financing? Confounded by crowdfunding? Perplexed by… okay, I’m going to quit while I’m ahead. I’m honored to have had the opportunity to interview Cindy Baer, a critically-acclaimed filmmaker and co-founder of Patron of the Arts (POTA), a non-profit organization that believes that art and film are vital parts of a healthy community, and offers...