A career in film is all about relationships coming together to create something great. But how can you exit toxic business relationships with grace?
The movie business is a complicated world with high stakes. Never fear! Here’s our handy guide to finding and keeping great producing partnerships.
In Part 1, we explored the nuts and bolts of how to formulate your plan to find readers for your script. Now let’s make some pals and build
The hottest question on scriptwriters’ lips? “Now that my screenplay’s done, how on Earth am I going to find readers?” Here's how.
Your friends all agree your idea would make a great movie but you have no idea where to get started. What you need, my friend, is a beat
We’ve put together a list of essential books about filmmaking for you to add to that summer vacay reading list so you can learn while lounging.
We turn our spotlight to some of the best LGBTQI film festivals, so we now look at the best advocacy groups for LGBTQI filmmakers to find funding.
During this period of introspection, we’re taking a look at some of the best charities and organizations out there helping female filmmakers.
In production, you can work with two types of performers: actors or non-actors. Let’s take a look at the pros & cons of casting non-actors in your films.