Questions related to the business and production of movies, especially independent feature and short films, including screenwriting questions.
Purely technical questions will be rejected, but possibly passed onto the main question pool.
Motion Picture Writer, Director and Producer.
Sundance Institute Lab Finalist.
Production and Entertainment Career Consultant (actors, writers, directors, below-the-line crew), Motivational Speaker and Panelist.
Writer's Guild of America
Women in Film
New York University Tisch School of the Arts
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Hi Prashant, Yes, of course. Since you seem to like wikipedia, the list of all the Shakespeare film and TV productions can be found on wikipedia page below: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_William_Shakespeare_film_adaptations
Hi Chris, From your question, it's not clear that you understand the "pitching" concept in its entirely. "Pitching" refers to an idea or concept that has not been created. In "Hollywood" there are
Hi Stephen, Having some kind of video/film reel (aka "portfolio") always helps. However, because of the many financial limitations on equipment, expenses etc., a full bodied reel is usually not expected
Hi Luis, Regarding film festivals, the main issue is that DIGITAL PROJECTORS are still quite expensive and because of this, many film festivals don't own or don't have a digital project to use to screen
Hi Jason, TV is the first distributor that come to mind. Pay cable channels, such as HBO, Showtime, Starz, etc., purchase shorts to fill in the time between feature movies--in order for the feature