You can watch movies practically everywhere nowadays. On your phone, your laptop, in your car, on a plane in the sky…There is so much I can In the future, all we’ll have to do is close our eyelids and have films streamed into our eyelids in some Blade Runner type optical cinematic experience. It’s great that cinema of new and old is so easily accessible … Continue reading How to Market a Cinema and Not Alienate People…
Sometimes in life you find your path…and sometimes, it finds you. After a devastating earthquake in Christchurch, I was sitting in a small independent cinema by the seaside on July 23rd, 2012 when I had an epiphany: I could no longer deny that film was my passion, and I had to work in the film industry. I’m Lynnaire MacDonald, a film publicist and social media … Continue reading How Movie PR and Publicity Works with Film Sprites!
Imagine you are on a quest. You need a golden key for a door. Behind that door is the life you’ve always dreamed of and home, a place you know you belong. However, you have to fashion the key out of different parts. You have to collect them from people with blank, judging faces that are waiting to chew you up. Say the right words, … Continue reading How to Network in Film with Social Anxiety
Film criticism is, perhaps, a controversial job in the film industry world. To the public eye, all we do is talk about films and try to take them down. With the rise of social media and the internet, the field has become overpopulated with many people starting blogs to writer about the films they love and joy. Despite this, film criticism is still an important … Continue reading Charlotte Sometimes….Talks About Movies
Hi. My name’s James Wilsher. By day, I’m a Hospitality Executive but in my spare time I make films. I’ve been writing since before I could remember – short stories, monologues, and jokes populated my work. When I hit my teen years, my love of films slowly took over my life- I started writing scripts and screenplays. I thought this was my future, thankfully … Continue reading Part-Time Filmmaker, Full Time Talent
Written by Jackie Jorgenson Lead Creative Advisor & Marketing Director Actor, Writer, Director, Producer & Editor Funny Laugh Productions First of all, just a couple of quick disclaimers. I can’t tell you in a single blog post how to create professional pieces with no budget. There is far too much information to cover on that topic! Thankfully, Funny Laugh Productions has a vlogging … Continue reading My No-Budget Films Got Into The Biggest Art Festival In The World