The Best Guest Articles Published on Filmmaker's Process in 2016
As we come up on the one year mark since Filmmaker's Process officially launched, I wanted to look back on the year and pull out some of my favorite guest submissions that have appeared on the site so far. There are some seriously great ones.
Translating the Experience of Asperger's Syndrome into a Short Film
Asperger’s syndrome is something that I was diagnosed with at a very young age. It’s basically a mild autism where you may struggle with social interaction, social communication and have issues with the 5 senses (sound, taste, touch, sight and smell). You may also see the world differently from the way others view it.
How an Animated Short Film Comes to Life
Over the past two years, we wrote, directed, produced, illustrated, animated, sound designed, and scored our short film, Death Loves Life. Here, we hope to give you a behind-the-scenes look into what it takes to create an animated film — from scripting to scoring.
The Keys to Kickstarting Your Indie Film: Preparation, Hustle, & Heart
When we first got started thinking about running a Kickstarter campaign for this movie back in October, it seemed like a relatively easy thing to take on. We would message everyone we knew, post on Facebook about it, tweet about it, and we would probably be able to hit our goal with that. Then we started doing research.