Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller discusses the complexities of seeing, recognizing and dealing with what he calls the “soft no.”
Christopher Schiller discusses the legal and business-oriented aspects of crowdfunding fulfillment.
Christopher Schiller explores how the location of a scene, the community it's placed within, the backdrop the action plays in front of and through, all contribute to the audience's experience.
Christopher Schiller explores trademarks in film to make sure you haven't run afoul, making sure that every potential trademark issue is known and dealt with properly.
Christopher Schiller focuses on the role and impact of trademarks, what they are and aren't, how they influence business and our every day lives.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller explains how trade dress interjects itself quite often in moviemaking and understanding what it is and how it can impact your film in significant ways might allow you to save money.
Taking into account the season of the year, this time my article takes a vastly different turn. But, because no one is around to tell me I can't, I present to you a poem titled, 'Hollywood Holiday.' Enjoy.
They say no man is an island, but one man, or woman, can “be” a company. That's the essence of the concept behind a loan out company. Of course, as always, it's not that simple and as far as the details… it depends.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller explains what movie turnaround is and how to keep your film from getting stuck in the never-ending hamster wheel of development hell.