Have you ever wanted to make your own film? Is there a story you want to tell?
You might even think that this is impossible. “Studios make films, not the little guy”. This is probably what you tell yourself.
Do you watch films with more than a casual eye? You probably want to know how they were able to get perfect lighting in your favorite scene, or how to write a professional screenplay.
Do you sit in your seat at the movie when it’s over, watching the credits as everyone else leaves the theatre?
Why Don’t You Make Your Own Movie?
If you think that Filmmaking is only for studios and professionals, then THINK AGAIN!
Independent film has changed all the rules. Doors are opening all over for aspiring filmmakers.
Why not give it a try, what do you have to lose? With a little imagination and some hard work you can do this, but you need the basics to get your started.
If you feel like you don’t know where to start the process, this guide will show you.
This book will give you the necessary information in filmmaking. Everything you will need to know to get started is in this guide.
With this information you should be able to get started with a professional looking film. Who needs the studio to make a film when you can do it yourself.
Here is what you will learn inside this guide...
★ How to develop a concept
★ How to write a professional screenplay.
★ How to purchase and operate the camera.
★ How to light your scenes professionally.
★ Audio for your film.
★ Finding a location.
★ How to make a production schedule.
★ A list of equipment you will need.
★ How to promote your film
★ and much, Much More!
This book will cut through all the double-talk and cover only the pertinent info that you need to make your own film.
This is not about film theory and critical viewing, it is the nuts and bolts of filmmaking.
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