I’d like to lay out the differences between studio films and indie films. If you aren’t sure where you want… Keep Reading
To sell your own film & TV projects, you have to build your own platform. In this article, I explain the six tools you need to sell your own film content.
You love the craft, the process, and the art of filmmaking (or making any kind of content), but at some point you want your passion to help you earn a living. Eventually you want to make money. The simplest path is to get yourself hired by a producer or a studio or someone who needs help on their content. But what if you want to create your own stuff? How do you make money off your creations? First, let’s be clear about one thing: There’s no shortcut to making money in direct-to-consumer content, especially as a new creator. It’s a slow and deliberate process that requires that you spend time refining your material, figuring out how to monetize it, establishing a platform, and building an audience. But it’s important to put yourself in the right position so that you’re ready when the day comes that your audience is ready to part with their cash. In this article, I’ll explain what it takes to start generating revenue as quickly as possible. [content_upgrade cu_id=”2467″]Free Download: 9 Critical Components You Need to Build a Direct-to-Consumer Content Platform[content_upgrade_button]Click Here[/content_upgrade_button][/content_upgrade] It All Starts with a Platform If you are serious about producing and selling your…
Film & TV production is a front-loaded, capital-intensive process. There are three critical documents you need to manage the cash flow of a content business or you will be roadkill.
Entertainment is a business where people pay you to see your stuff. This is why creating demand for your ideas is the most important skill in entertainment.
Unlike any other industry, entertainment is a realm of entrepreneurs. In order to sell your time, you need an entrepreneur’s mindset.