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Always Be Writing
Many times I hear writers say they are stuck or are in a writers slump, because no ideas are coming or they don't know what to write. They want an original idea for a film that nobody has ever seen before. They want the next great original idea that rocks the film world. Some of them will wait for y
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Interview with Hallie Shepherd of Last Seen in Idaho
By IndieClub columnist Petra Davies September 17, 2015 In the spirit of Interview Magazine, the following is the transcript of an interview with writer-producer-actress Hallie Shepherd regarding her upcoming film Last Seen in Idaho, a film from the Washington-state production company Fireshoe P
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10 Tips To Maximize An Indie Film's Financial Potential
What can independent filmmakers do to enhance their bottom line, attract investors, and actually MAKE MONEY from their indie films? It's no secret that the film business is changing, evolving and basically trying to keep up with the times. A lot of pundits are painting a bleak picture for the sta
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5 Pre-sales Tips for Indie Filmmakers Seeking Financing
A independent film's budget is more of a crutch than an asset. If a filmmaker brags about how little the film was made for, he might screw himself out of a nice five-figure advance. If a film cost too much, distributors may not want to buy it. Best case scenario is for the filmmaker to shoot the bes
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