Nathan Blair writes about breaking down a script from a DP’s point of view. Everything should be in the script, and the production team can use that as a common ground to start up a conversation surrounding the production. When I’m not on set, I’m usually breaking down scripts, or researching for a variety of Read MoreRead More
This is a strange curiosity I thought might be interesting – just after I finished the script for Looper but before we began preproduction I asked Joe to record some voice-over, and with help from my friend Ronen Verbit constructed this “fake trailer” using clips from other movies. This is a fairly common thing to Read MoreRead More
Perhaps you ran a Kickstarter campaign… and it didn’t hit its goal. Well good luck trying to find the project page in Google search. Kickstarter seems to be actively sweeping failure under the rug.
A Bi-Partisan decision by the United States Congress is relaxing some of the federal restrictions on raising funds for business ventures. A general purpose aid to give businesses access to cash may work out for Filmmakers enabling them to solicit up to one million dollars. Read More