8 Questions to Ask Yourself When Deciding on a Script

BY MICHAEL MAHER

Have you written or received a script for your next project? Here are eight questions to ask before moving into production.

There are a tremendous amount of scripts written every year. Conservative estimates began at 30,000-50,000 scripts, and that’s only including those filed with the Writers Guild of America (WGAe & WGAw). If scripts filed for copyright are included, the number can easily go up to 100,000.

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Filmmakers Points of View (VIDEOS)

Directors of some of the most successful movies of the year share some great advice.

As 2017 comes to a close, we looked back on recent interviews with directors of the year’s top films. Giving their advice on everything from breaking into the industry to the writing process, Christopher Nolan(Dunkirk), Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water), Patty Jenkins

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Tip #368: A Distribution Surprise you may or may not know…Hello, E&O.

INDEPENDENT FILMMAKING: Tip #368
A Distribution Surprise you may or may not know…Hello, E&O.

By Greg A. Sager – July16, 2017

So you about to make a no/low budget independent film, well, kudos to you. Seriously, it truly takes some big “cojones” or lady “cojones” to decide to make an independent film, especially if it’s you first.

Getting a completed film in the can is going to be one of the biggest challenges you’ve ever faced. Do you have a distribution plan? But wait you say…I haven’t even shot my film yet, why do I need a distribution plan? Well I hate to be the bearer of bad news but you do.

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