Oct 13 2009
Every movie maker wishes that he or she had a favorite director, actor, writer, producer, or other professional at his or her constant disposal–an ear to bend that’s been there, done that, and has plenty of tips to share. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have that kind of resource–and acquiring one can be pretty costly.
That’s where the Filmmaking.net FAQ comes in. Whether your question is about financing or film school, music or marketing, they’ve got an answer for you.And if they don’t have an answer, they have a place where you can submit your question to be answered by their team of experts.
It’s one of the oldest filmmaking resources on the Internet. Created in 1994, it has over 150 Frequently Asked Questions and their answers to help fledgling filmmakers get their start when they don’t have a professional’s personal advice to heed.
The FAQ is organized easily into categories, such as Actors & Casting and Film School & Career. Questions can also be found using the feed of latest questions as well as most popular questions asked.
The old adage “There is no such thing as a stupid question” comes to play here, too. Questions like “How do I make my video look like a film?” and “Which camera should I buy?” are some very popular ones that the site answers.
And best of all–these answers are free!
And for the people out there who already know their stuff when it comes to movie making, there are unanswered questions on the site available for answering as well.