How to write a script for your film:
After I finished my first feature film, I had a slight idea of how to market or sell my film; but, since we are in the golden age of the internet, where you can learn anything either by paying on websites like Lynda.com or on Youtube for free, I decided to learn marketing and online marketing.
If any of you have seen my first feature film “The Garden’s Keeper” you should have noticed that it’s very low-budget, as in 750 dollars total budget. It's crazy, I know, but failing to secure funds taught me more than I would have learned if I had more money. I’m not saying more money is bad, but your first film is a learning experience and the less money you have the more creative you get and the more you learn.
How to become a Film Director
First off, let me tell you that if you are here trying to find a magic formula to raise money using Kickstarter, Indiegogo or any other Crowdfunding platform, this is not the place for you. What you will find here is what I did wrong and what I’m doing on my next campaign for my second feature film which is the sequel to “The Garden’s Keeper”.