Making the decision to write one’s first screenplay is a big step, but how does the screenwriter make a start?
The Assistant Producer’s role in production is key in determining the success of the project. Let’s have a look at what is needed to be able to do the job well.
The Executive Producer shoulders the blame and praise for a well executed project. This is a potentially fantastic opportunity to make things happen and make it work!
Far easier said than done, the Film Director’s primary objective is to tell the story to the audience.
The screenplay structure is something all aspiring screenwriters need to know about when plotting their story.
Trying your hand at the short screenplay opens up other channels to get your work seen, read, and maybe even made. For novice and experienced screenwriters alike, the short film script is a great way to gain exposure. More helpful tips.
Discover the end credits order in movies and what the not-so-self-explanatory movie credits or movie titles really mean or what they stand for.
Executive Producer, Line Producer, Production Manager – no matter the title, a Producer’s responsibilities include everything from pitching scripts to feeding the crew.
A respectable film involves more than an interesting plot; filmmakers must also carefully consider the design of the film to convey the desired meaning.
How do you decide whether to attend film school, and what program is right for you? You will need to identify what your long-term goals are in the film business.