Saturday, July 13, 2013

Tips on the Film Trade

Tips on the Film Trade,

For more information, visit 10 Most Expensive Mistakes Filmmakers Make

A nod against hubris: while many of these particular tips seem self-evident, it's important to underscore how easily they can be overlooked or mishandled out of pure negligence. 

It's easy to get caught up in tying one's expectations with physical production, but this part is often a brief spurt of exhaustive effort amid 5 other phases that tend to be far less interesting to consider on their own: development, preproduction, postproduction, marketing, and sales.

The mistakes listed below offer a launching point for many short filmmakers to give their hard-won efforts a greater chance at success. Don't pretend that as an artist you can delineate yourself from your audience or the practice of trade. Grow excellent and demand adequate payment along the way. Learning the marketing practice should come as a given. Anything less is a disservice to your crew, your script and your investors and yo
urself.


Let's get what we came for,
C.M. Sanchez III

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