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Disruptive Ways to Invest Profitably in Independent Film Moderated by Adam Leipzig, CEO Entertainment Media Partners, publisher @CulturalWeekly, former President of National Geographic Films and former Senior VP at Disney. Adam’s films have generated over $2 billion in revenue on $300 mil production spending.


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Seeing beyond the horizon…Keynote by Adam Leipzig

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28 Brilliant Films You Can Watch in the Time It Takes to Eat Lunch

Journalist and author Noah Gittell over at one of my favourite websites, wrote a very successful and amusing piece on the 14 Brilliant Films You can Watch In The Time It Takes To Eat Lunch. You should go over there and read Noah’s piece and watch the movies he recommends. It’s almost an entire … Read More

16 short films that launched careers

16 Short Films That Launched the Careers of Famous Directors is one of my favourite websites – I check it nearly every day for interesting thought pieces on the arts. They have posted and article: 16 Short Films That Launched the Careers of Famous Directors that really caught my eye. It’s almost a mini film school. Why? I really believe that short films are … Read More

5 Things we didnt know about Robin Williams

5 Things You Might Not Have Known About Robin Williams

Comedy über alles. It’s kind of ironic that the first and the only trending topic worldwide on Twitter related with Robin Williams is his death. Right now every possible newspaper or website is racing in with articles about Williams and his work in comedy or film. What I want to do, on the other hand, … Read More

Guest Post: 5 Tips For Crowdfunding Trailers That Work

Crowdfunding campaigns are becoming increasingly relevant in the current filmmaking market. Quite a few independent directors and producers that would have previously attempted to court production companies are now turning to their own potential audience to collect the money they need. Along with incentives such as gifts and the chance to visit the film set, … Read More

Darker and Edgier – A Token of our Times?

Demythologizing medieval. All stories about flawless princesses, mighty knights struggling with dragons and powerful sorcerers are foundations on traditional ways of thinking, tales we have been told as children. J.R.R. Tolkien’s modern fantasy epic Lord of the Rings is absolutely based on this scheme, and this is why the whole world at one time went … Read More

Top 3 Mistakes in Writing Virgin Stories

1. All protagonists need a clearly defined goal I’m going to tell you something that many in the story-writing world find shocking.  Only Hero stories need to begin with a clearly defined goal.  Big breath.  Virgin stories don’t know where the protagonist will land.  It’s about awakening to her inner voice and trusting it. She changes … Read More

Stabilise it! Widgets Now. Unless you’re watching Cloverfield, The Blair Witch Project, or any film that uses the “running with a video camera” gimmick, shakiness in films is something to be avoided. Unless you’re intending to make a film like those similar to the ones mentioned about, shaky shots and dizzying footage not only is an annoyance … Read More

How filmmakers create social media engagement

The 4 Secret Psychological Tools Filmmakers Use

It may come as no surprise when I tell you that my mother used to call filmmakers the biggest fibbers and fakers out there. I guess she saw through all the shamanic tricks and sleights of hands that filmmakers use to get their stories out there. There is more. Filmmakers need to know how to … Read More

Ed Boase The Mirror

Director Ed Boase On The Real-Life Horrors Making The Mirror

I recently completed my second low-budget feature, The Mirror, and thought I’d share some of my experiences in the hope they could prove useful to fellow filmmakers trying to get similar projects off the ground. Origins It had been two long years since my first feature Blooded (2011) had a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it release by the (now … Read More

Why I’m Scared Of 50 Shades Of Grey

I should first establish that I am in no right an expert on 50 Shades of Grey, on E L James, or even on film – but especially, in no quantity, am I an expert, on BDSM. My lack of expertise in bondage, discipline and sadomasochism (BDSM) is a trait I share with a lot … Read More


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