Currently In Pre-Production for my next short films named "Miami Facade" & "illuminated"
Thanks john, Im going to check the book out when it comes time to start the campaign.
Im going to consider these great tips when I run my campaign for my next project.
What other incentives do you guys recommend to offer other than the ones mentioned in the video? ( Film download,Producer Credit, Tickets to the Premiere,etc)
I will put all of these to practice especially 4 and 5.
Film riot combines humor with tips and tricks within all facets of film production.
Highly recommend their channel on youtube.
We should always help each other out in this lonely industry and allow each other to be open minded about these type of topics.
Its obvious the person who posted this is having a doubts of himself and it seems like a deep rooted issue.
Nick, dont doubt yourself, Keep going brother!
or if you dont want to keep going then thats acceptable too.
All those who posted that they ARE "passionate" have the kind of attitude that will get them to the place that they desire.
I respect that very much and Im glad your out there because it inspires me to continue being "Passionate".
Those who are "passionate" should form an alliance and help each other out & provide knowledge and constructive criticism, so we can grow as an artist or even as business gurus (Just like here in NoFilmschool.com)
Lets not pixel peep or put each other down, lets encourage each other to CREATE!
My point is to not tell Mr. Rowland that he is wrong, I partially agree with him.
Maybe YOU and the others who agree with his post ARE delusional or atleast passionate about the idea of making a movie.
You shouldnt generalize for all filmmakers out there, because that might discourage the next "Kubrick" or "Scorsese".
But then again those who are "PASSIONATE" will not allow a person on the web to discourage them from doing what they love.
"You cannot second-guess yourself as a Filmmaker" - Ralph Bakshi
Peace be with you and if this post resonates with you, lets connect and help each other out on this journey.
Such beautiful visuals! Much respect to Aronofsky and his DP.
Hitchcock's Vertigo title sequence has so much influence on his stylistic shots.
What would be the technical process and tools needed to execute a spiral push-out shot?