Film School On Demand - How to Make & Sell your First Movie
So how do you become a filmmaker? How to make a movie?
Well, if you listen to some people, they'll try to sell you on the idea of a traditional film school...
But that's going to cost you anywhere from $25,000 to $125,000, and up to 4 years of your life...
And when you're done, you've got a mountain of debt before you even start... then, when you deal with the established movie studios you have to do what they say every step of the way...
I mean, you don't even OWN the films you make!
Who can work that way?
That's why I found a better, simpler path to filmmaking:
Film School On Demand! How to Make a Movie and Sell It
I'll show you how to make a theatre-quality full-length film using software you can load on your own computer. But it's not just the technical parts I show you, you'll get everything you need to know for the entire process of creating a film, from finding the right script, to directing, to post-production, and even marketing your film.
In 10 video lessons you will learn:
- Getting Started - What does it take to make a movie?
- The Script - Do I write one or buy? What's an option? Breaking it down.
- Pre visualization - What are storyboards? Shot lists?
- Finance - How do I find money? What are standard deals?
- Pre Production - What crew do I need? Locations? Equipment?
- Production - This has a life of its own! How do I control it?
- Post Production - The real work begins here!
- Delivery - Do you have your paperwork? What are deliverables?
- Distribution - Where do I sell my masterpiece? What is a sales agent?
- Marketing - What are some real world strategies for movie marketing?
If you've got a film inside just fighting to get out, it's time you took action...
Film School On Demand!
Before founding iOgrapher, David Basulto was a college football player, Wall Street stockbroker, Hollywood producer, and high-school media teacher. After starting his Hollywood career as an extra in Rocky V, he worked with the likes of Jon Voight, Steven Seagal, and Edward Norton and on shows such as Cheers, Mad About You, and News Radio. His most rewarding job was teaching, and his students inspired the invention of the iOgrapher case. Basulto became an entrepreneur at the age of 51, and now spends his time helping individuals create Hollywood-quality films on mobile devices, and developing new products, when he’s not smiling with his wife and son.