The producing template I use to plan out the grander vision of the film. Focus is on 4 main components: value proposition, viewer focus, logistical infrastructure, and financial viability.
Croatian-based film blog featuring extremely in-depth coverage of independent films and filmmaking.
A high-quality generalist blog, usually excelling in technical and specific topics.
An online document & signature management system, good for digital release forms and whatnot. Environmentally friendly & contact-free!
Short of the Week is probably the internet's largest collection of short films in every category.
Hand-picked stills from films. Good for creating moodboards, featuring 160,000+ beautiful stills.
The best short films on the internet, handpicked by Vimeo staff
Review your film's eligibility on this page, then submit information to have it featured.
Production grants for specific projects of up to $30,000 for filmmakers in New York City and Minnesota.
Production funds that provide Canadian and international documentary projects with development, production, and completion grants.
Videos that analyze movie scripts to examine exactly how and why they are so good at telling their stories.
Blank Check reviews directors' complete filmographies, specifically, the auteurs whose early successes afforded them ‘blank checks’ from Hollywood.
Brought to you by the DGA, "The Director's Cut" will bring you the behind-the-scenes stories of today's most talked-about films.
Open exploration with industry professionals to discuss the filmmaking process and to consider the path forward in the post-COVID world.
Typically with a different guest every episode, the podcast features the deconstruction and mockery of outlandish and bad films
Ongoing conversation with Roger Deakins about cinematography, the film business, and whatever other questions are submitted
The web's largest movie script resource, where you can read or download scripts for free.
Screenshots of hundreds of titles from feature films, recent and classic, organized by the decade.
A blog on audio post-production for feature films, video game sound design, and original soundtrack composition.
A one-stop-shop for film festival submission. Most of the time, for a small fee (there are also student discounts), you can easily send your film to a wide selection of festivals.
The role of the producer can vary even from set to set. This handbook explains the most basic role of any indie film producer, and how to make the most out of a tight budget.
I rarely come across conceptual material that is still grounded and translates practically across to the do-ers. This book is a fantastic exception with beautiful visuals.
The Guerilla Filmmaker's [blank] has been a popular "street" guide for run-n-gun filmmakers, and have existed since 2000. This is the latest edition, featuring many case studies.
A critical guide to understanding how copyright works and when "Fair Use" policy protects you. These best practices will be upheld by all documentary filmmakers.
One of the most comprehensive and detailed resources out there. Run by Brooklyn based filmmaker Ryan Koo. Incredible insights into how small film crews operate.
StudioBinder is a SaaS platform that is paid, but their blog is actually one of the most practical and best-maintained resources out there about filmmaking.
An amazing concept where Reddit screenwriters and filmmakers can meet, share ideas, scripts, and work together.