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.
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!
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.
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Writer/Director Heather Taylor explains the three versions of a film: the one you write, the one you direct and the one you edit. Rewriting is inevitable.
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.
What is the Stowe Story Labs? Shoshana Rosenbaum describes her firsthand experience, answering Is it a worthwhile experience for screenwriters and filmmakers?
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.
Rebecca Norris walks indie filmmakers through film festivals - the good, the bad, and the ugly - to help you save valuable time and money.
Filmmakers and writers Kevin Resnick and Rebecca Norris discuss the challenges of independent filmmaking and their new film 'Cloudy with a chance of Sunshine.'