Film production financing isn’t as simple as, “Here’s your money, go make shit.” If you want to make feature films… Keep Reading
If you want your work to be seen (and eventually bought) you have to come with an original idea. Derivative work, from young creatives, winds up in the scrap heap of bad ideas and the irrelevant.
Hollywood accounting is undeniably unusual. It gets a lot of flack, so I want to take a minute to set things straight
Producers should only use credit to close a defined gap in cash flow, not finance a movie in hopes of selling it to a distributor.
In Hollywood, work comes from your network. You should consider it part of your job. Here are a few rules you should follow to network well in Hollywood.
“Talent” is misused all the time. People use the word as if it’s something divinely bestowed, only graced to a select few. “He’s such a talented director.” “She’s such a talented writer.” The truth is no one comes out of the womb blocking a big set piece or writing the next Pulitzer or Oscar winner.