Uplevel your script rewrites (the easy way)

Writing a short film script usually leads to some kind of tunnel vision. Which is why if you’re not working with a script editor, it’s vital to get feedback on your script. You can then do a few feedback-based rewrites before you pitch it to a producer.

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How to find platforms to pitch your film to (that aren’t Netflix)

Distribution and sales is a murky world for short films. Mostly, because distribution for short films usually just means film festivals, and ‘sales’ means the vague chance of getting $100 prize money.

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Selling feature films: How indie filmmakers are doing it in 2020

This is how indie filmmakers glide into selling their feature films, instead of the cold-emailing-cold-pitching grind that lasts for *years* (and rarely ever works).

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2 ways to stand out to a film producer

Get started with the 2 quick ways filmmakers can stand out to film producers, without having to send a ton of cold emails.

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How to turn a small idea into a full blown script

In the creative industries, it pays to be an ideas machine. This is the easy process to develop an idea into something fully-formed and pitch-ready.

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Turn your feature film idea into a proof-of-concept that gets attention

You’ve struck gold with a feature film idea. Now you need to turn it into a proof-of-concept that gets attention so you can turn it into a successful film.

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You’ve finished your short film script. Now what?

This process will get you from script to screen without wasting months wondering what to do next.

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2 biggest mistakes I see in newbie scripts (from a producer)

Scriptwriting is difficult, and the cherry on top is when someone reads your work and rips it to shreds.  Of course they don’t mean to rip it to shreds. Their aim is to make the script better so it can actually work as a film.…

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