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Music in Your Movie

By Scott Shaw, posted 2 January 2008

Adding soundtrack to your Indie Film is one of the most essential elements to make it look and feel like a real motion picture. The question is often raised by Indie Filmmakers, on a limited budget, just how do I get the kind of music I want for my film? The answer to that is both complicated and quite simple. To answer this question this article will look at both what to do and what not to do in order to soundtrack your film.

The Cliff Notes to Succeeding in Hollywood

By Michael Ferris, posted 1 January 2008

How to make contacts and get your foot in the door - it's Easier than you think.

Review: 'Getting Your Short Film Funded, Made, and Seen' edited by Tricia Tuttle

By Lok Rowland, posted 4 December 2007

Shooting People, the UK-based filmmaker community (with a New York offshoot), made a name for itself in the film book publishing world a few years back with the excellent UK Film Finance Handbook. This time around the Shooting People team have taken aim at the world of short filmmaking.

10 Great Production Tips to Enhance Your Film

By Barry Casson, posted 26 November 2007

Filmmaker and founder of the Victoria Motion Picture School, Barry Casson, outlines 10 simple but effective techniques for lifting your film above the competition.

WGA strike and the future of film and TV production

By Matt Champagne, posted 22 November 2007

The writers are going to lose this strike. The WGA is finished.

The Bollywood Piracy

By O.Doren, posted 15 October 2007

The phrase "Bollywood" sounds phony. For those fresh to this spurious phrase, it is the pseudo name gloss to the Mumbai Hindi film industry; a simulated pirated version of the American movie industry - Hollywood. Piracy in Mumbai film industry starts from here itself.

Radar Gives New Directors Chance to Crack the Music Industry

By Kathryn Partridge, posted 2 August 2007

Aspiring directors will be given the chance to work with some of the best talent in the music industry through the second Radar Festival. Kylie Minogue, Just Jack, Maximo Park and Richard Hawley are just some of the artists who have released their tracks to the festival for up and coming directors to work with.

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