Indie Filmmaking 101 Blog
Netflix finally rating their top 10 films or series I have personally being hoping for this development for some time. It will help people choose the series or film that everyone is
I noticed that Ford v Ferrari pummelled Charlie’s Angels and the rest of the competition at the weekend box office in the United States. Ford and Ferrari grossed a better-than-expected $31 million
Today, I am republishing an article that appeared in Film-ink Online Magazine reference the Release of Tabernacle 101 on the 30th August AUSSIE FILM MAKING IT BIG IN HOLLYWOOD Independent feature
Release Day is finally here. Tabernacle 101 releases today Friday 30th August on Screens in the US and on Amazon Prime.
Release Week is finally here for Tabernacle 101, our new supernatural movie This week I married in Los Angeles from Sydney. From the grey winter weather here in Sydney, to sunny blue skys with 32 C
This Podcast is a so worthwhile listening to. This Podcast will explore with Expert Film Financier Tom Molloy how to raise money for your film. He will talk about the
1. Camera and Lenses Your Film equipment is really important. Many people can be told which gear to buy. However, the challenge is to learn to use the film equipment. I
As a Director/Producer of your own films, it is prudent to keep budgets as low as possible. However, there are certain areas I never cut corners on. I always hire excellent
Many people want to know how to get work in the film industry in Australia? If you are starting from the absolute beginner level or minimal experience, you will need to
Cinema Box Office – a record $3.3 Billion 2nd quarter. Audiences flock to the cinema. But what about Mid Range Indie Films.
The Box Office results are in for the 2nd quarter. The punter has paid a record breaking $3.3 Billion to see movies at the cinema in the US. This is a whopping 19%
Many filmmakers fall down at the Postproduction Hurdle. They thought it was going to be easy and then find themselves with multiple challenges. Poorly edited videos and films are the biggest