Westerns suffer the same naysaying slathered all over romcoms that “Westerns are dead.” Except great Western films are out there just like any other genre.
Danielle Katvan describes the challenges she faced making 'The Foster Portfolio, from obtaining the rights to the Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. short story, to directing this period piece on a low budget.
Filmmaker S.J. Chiro explains the challenges in adapting the memoir 'Lane 1974' to film, the importance with keeping it an era piece, as well as her experience in the film industry.
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.
Great scripts start with great ideas. Sabina Giado explains how lists can be the best way to snare that great concept.
Rebecca Norris gets the scoop on feature film self-distribution on streaming channels and VOD from award-winning director, producer, and writer Cindy Baer.
Natalia Megas speaks with filmmakers of the biopic, Journey Is the Destination, about the life and premature death of photojournalist Dan Eldon.
In the last of Rona Edwards' four-part film festival series, the big day has arrived. You are showcasing your work and exposing it in front of a festival audience.
Luck is discipline, period. Discipline is writing in spite of whatever is going on. No matter what. And the more you work at it, the luckier you get.
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?