Jan 20

Did our last Reed Martin interview have you begging for more? The wait is over!! We have another amazing interview from Reed Martin. This time he tackles the questions of working your way up the industry ladder, the difference between television and film, and ‘making it’ in Hollywood.

For more advice buy Reed Martins book on Amazon.

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Jan 19

Hello Filmaka’s

Filmaka founders Thomas Augsberger and Deepak Nayar are about to launch their new film Tucker & Dale vs Evil at Sundance! Tucker & Dale are two hillbillies are accused of being killers by a group of college kids camping near the duo’s cabin, starring Tyler Labine, Alan Tudyk and Katrina Bowden.  The film is directed by Eli Craig (The Tao of Steve).

The First screening will be Friday, January 22, midnight – Library Center Theater, Park City. For those lucky filmmakers who are heading to Sundance themselves click here for the full schedule.

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Jan 11

Ready for more advice from author Reed Martin (“The Reel Truth”)?    This time, he answers several more of your questions - Should you go to film school?   Do screenwriters need agent?   How important is networking?  


 

Reed’s “The Reel Truth: Everything You Didn’t Know You Need to Know About Independent Film” is a great resource for independent filmmakers (as well as an entertaining read) and can be purchased wherever books are sold, including Amazon where it is on sale. Keep on checking the Filmaka blog as Reed will be answering more of your questions.

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Jan 07
You know you want me.

You know you want me.

Hey Everyone,

We got a huge response for the Werner Herzogs new book Conquest of the Useless: Reflections from the makings of Fitzcarraldo. Congrats to the lucky winners: Alan Flurry (Georgia), Jussi Rautaniemi (Finland), Oivind Klungseth Zahlsen (Norway), Sergio C. Ayala (London), Spike McKenzie (Australia), George Keates (ENGLAND), Carlos Duran (Mexico), and Rinaldo Quacquarini (London).

For those who did not get the book, don’t fret! The book is available on Amazon. Pick up your copy and peer into the complex mind if Werner Herzog.