Do you ever wonder why actors are often more famous than producers? Once weighed, the amount of time each professional puts into their craft for a specific production seems to tilt in the producer's favor. The sheer amount of work a producer puts into a production can be overwhelming and sometimes lead to burnout. Below I've written a few tips to help aspiring producers in their endeavors to make great cinema.Add a comment
The next movie you see may be produced in Tennessee.
NFAM founder Joe Rohaley said that over the coming months, he hopes to build the group into a resource for filmmakers looking to enter the industry and a driving force to further increase Tennessee’s incentives for feature films.
“I’ve had people come up to me and say we should have done this years ago,” he said. “It’s a great opportunity for everyone to get involved in the industry."Add a comment
One of the worries we dealt with at last year's (2012) festival revolved around contracts. In this blog post I will outline how the Team Leader Agreement and the Cast and Crew contracts interact. Note: Absolutely nothing written in this blog should be taken as legal advice, this is simply a layman's interpretation.Add a comment