Film Budget Planning: How to Budget a Script

Film Budget Planning: How to Effectively Budget a Script Breakdown When it comes to the glitz and glamour of the movie biz, most people don’t mention film production budget planning–try saying that three times fast. Film budgeting, of course, is one of the most crucial aspects of the film process. While a pre-production film budget […]

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The Future of Cinema

Roughly 1.26 billion movie tickets were purchased in North America between January 1 and December 31 of last year, according to preliminary estimates by The Hollywood Reporter. That sounds like great news, a massive number. It is not. That’s the lowest attendance since 1995. That’s the year Toy Story came out. It was 11 years […]

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10 Steps to Writing the Perfect Prospectus

Learn how to build a film prospectus that will have your investors asking “where do I sign?” We’ve all heard that magical story of the prodigious young director whose short film festival premiere lands them an enthusiastic pre-sale from the day’s hottest distributor. While we all dream of that scenario, it’s likely that financing will […]

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Pretty ____ Ideas: Visit Films Launches First-Ever Commercial Incubator to Indie Filmmakers

Jennifer Sperber, formerly of The Weinstein Company, is running the new company.   “Always Shine” Visit Films’ founder Ryan Kampe has announced that he launch the new project incubator called Pretty ____ Ideas (the underscore representing the fill-in the blank possibilities of a film). The commercial film incubator will be one of the first of […]

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Meet the First Dual Lens Kit for the iPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual camera sysem just got its first third-party upgrade. When the official specs for the iPhone 7 Plus were announced, people were awaiting for the dual camera design, with one dedicated to wide angle and one to telephoto. Now that the smartphone has been realeased, third party add-ons are coming, and Kamerar and […]

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