The Year The World Stopped/Corona Virus
SXSW 2020 was suddenly cancelled due to the Covid-19 Virus which is currently crippling the globe. No doubt many film professionals around the world including myself had to change their plans, cancel flights and accommodation and at great expense…Read More
WHY INVEST IN A FILM!
Investing in Film is one of the best investments you can make, the benefits stretch far beyond the sales of box office tickets. DVD/Blu-Ray sales, television airings, Video on Demand (VOD) subscriptions and the sale of merchandise all count towards the net return a film makes and can continue to generate a net return for a lifetime…Read More
THE COST OF MAKING A INDEPENDENT FILM?
It really depends. The first cost is your camera. A DSLR capable of shooting something at least good enough to go online (something like monetized YouTube distribution) costs around $500 to $600 with two lenses. Read More
I’m all booked and off to Berlin, Germany for the European Film Market and Berlinale International Film Festival, February. My latest Indie film The Dream Children which I co-produced and filmed in Melbourne, Australia is being marketed at the event so I am looking forward to meeting the sales agent…..Read More
“Background actors want it known that they look at this as a profession. This is not something that they just go and hand out and do. They know their obligations, they know how to make a scene work! READ MORE
MY JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY
Life continues to be a journey of discovery for me; an adventure that draws me to many destinations around the world……
I am putting together an indie film that I will seek distribution and place in festivals. The film in question will be based around one leading actor. What kind of contract or agreement should I create with the leading actor if the film gets distribution and it sells in the six-figures? …….VISIT SITE
Streets of Cusco
My flight is closing in on Cusco Peru having left the bustling and historical city of Lima. The jungle and mountainous terrain below is mesmerizing and I am excited as to what adventures await and the people I will meet as I plan my daily shot list for my documentary “The Streets of Cusco”……
I am on a lone highway traveling in the North-West in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, passing the occasional Road Train, mining light vehicle and tourist van and other adventure seekers on my way to one of the oldest land masses on earth the 2.5 million years old, Karijini National Park. …….READ MORE
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