Making Your First Film – Lights, Camera, Action And Cut, Discover Your Ultimate Guide To Feature Filmmaking – Includes eBook, Articles, Graphics + Private Label Rights

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If you’ve ever wanted the secrets to making your own film, here it is:

Lights, Camera, Action And Cut –
Your Ultimate Guide To Filmmaking!

Dear Friend,

Have you ever wanted to make your own film? Is there a story you want to tell? You might even think that this is impossible. “Studios make films, not the little guy”. This is probably what you tell yourself. Do you watch films with more than a casual eye? You probably want to know how they were able to get perfect lighting in your favorite scene, or how to write a professional screenplay. Do you watch the Actor’s Studio and hang on every word they say? My last question is, do sit in your seat at the movie when it’s over watching the credits as everyone else files out the door .

Why Don’t You Make Your Own Movie?

I know you have dreamed about it, but have you ever seriously contemplated making your own film? Yes Virginia, you too can make your own film, all on your own. If you have played with the idea of what it would be like to direct a film then you have already made an imaginary plan. Why not make it a reality. What else are you doing with your time, going to work at the factory everyday?

Are you thinking that Filmmaking is only for studios and professionals? I believe that Independent film has changed all the rules. Doors are opening all over for aspiring filmmakers. Why not give it a try, what do you have to lose? With a little imagination and a lot of hard work you can do this, but you need the basics to get your started. If you feel like you don’t know where to start the process, I will show you.

Filmmaking Insider Tips!

This E-book will give you the necessary information in filmmaking that it would take a couple years in college to get. Not to mention hefty tuition fees. Everything you will need to know to get started is in this publication. I give you the benefit of what I have learned over the years. With this information you should be able to get started with a professional looking film. Who needs the studio to make a film when you can do it yourself.

With ‘Making Your First Film!’ you will benefit by…

1) Going from Pre-production to Post once you read Making Your First Film!

You will have the information you need to go from concept to screenplay and from the shoot to Post-production. You will discover how easy it is to make your own film with info on how to make your film look as professional as possible.

2) Promotion, Film Festivals and Distribution

Once your film is finished you will get the tips on how to promote it. You will learn the value of film festivals in the filmmaking process. All the info written in this E-book will assist you in getting to distribution.


Making Your First Film


Here is what you will learn inside this guide….

How to develop a concept
How to write a professional screenplay
How to purchase and operate a camera
How to light your scenes professionally
Audio for your film
Finding a location
How to make a production schedule
A list of equipment you will need
How to promote your film
And lots more!

Table Of Contents 

1 Pre-Production 5
Examining Your Motivations and Goals 
The Right Script 
Writing it Yourself 
Hiring a Writer to Script Your Idea 
Optioning a Script 
Essential Storyboard Elements 
Assembling the Cast, Crew and Locations 
Finding Competent Professionals to Assist 
When Amateurs Will Do 
Casting Actors 
Location Scouting 
2 Filmmaking on a Limited Budget 12
Money Well Spent 
Camera and Lens Rental 
Sound Capture 
Catering and Craft Services 
Lighting Packages 
Believable Sets 
Items to Work Around 
Sponsorship Deals 
Avoiding Legal and Labor Problems 
Using Tone to Make Difficult Scripts Work 
3 Production 20
Film or Digital? 
Managing Production Time Wisely 
Sticking to a Production Schedule 
The Importance of Punctuality 
Keeping the Crew Busy and Happy 
Letting Your Crew Manage Things 
Director of Photography/Cinematographer 
First Assistant Director 
Line Producer/Production Coordinator 
Script Supervisor 
Your Role as Director 
Directing Actors 
Getting the Coverage You Need 
Monitoring Takes 
When to Call it a Wrap 
4 Post-Production 27
Using Your Home Computer or a Good Post House 
Final Edit 
Color Correction 
Additional Dialog Recording (ADR) 
Output and Distribution 

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Making Your First Film – A New Directors Guide To Feature Film Making – Sure, plenty of people go broke putting together a film that ends up looking as amateurish as you feel. This doesn’t have to happen. Learn how to spend as little money as possible and put together your directorial début with funding and support from industry professionals. This notoriously difficult to penetrate career choice doesn’t have to be impossible. Follow these rules and steps to success to make a reel film that doesn’t suck.

If you’ve watched, studied and loved film for years, perhaps you would make a good director. It’s easy to get the bug, but how to actually make it happen?

The ability to see a story in pictures and manage people is a must, but so is the ability to see the project through from one end to the other. There’s hard work and long hours ahead, but if your goal is to have a finished project you can be proud to show around, you can do it, just as so many before you have. It’s important to realize that just because it’s not easy, doesn’t mean that it can’t be a fun and truly rewarding experience that you’ll either talk about for years to come or actually set you off on a new career.

This book will show you how to go from your unrealised dream of being a director. We’ll start of by showing you how to doing all the planning that will help this film project go off without a hitch and avoid some of the more common pitfalls that commonly plague first-time directors. Next, you’ll get a look at the production itself, from how to keep your crew happy and productive to directing actors into giving the performance you’ve imagined. Lastly, your vision will truly come alive in the post-production process – this book will give you hints and tips for making the most of the footage you have.

More importantly, perhaps, this book will show you how to actually make enough money or notoriety that will allow you to make a second film, preferably with someone else’s money.


You may be surprised how much planning is absolutely necessary to guarantee the success of your directorial debut. It has been proven time and time again that there’s nothing quite like skimping on this process to ensure chaos. If you’re going to beat the odds, planning for contingencies and making sure you’ve got a road-map to will guide you through the entire process is essential.

Don’t kid yourself – making a movie is a very expensive proposition. Regardless of how you go about it, you will have to be extremely careful about how you spend your finite resources. Every moment you spend in production costs money, whether the camera is on or not. You can reasonably expect to spend 6-8 hours in pre-production for every hour in production.

Examining Your Motivations and Goals

Just what are you planning on doing with this film, anyhow? If your goal is to spend a weekend running around in the backyard with your pals and a camcorder, that’s great. The pressure will be off and you can concentrate on having a good time. While you’ll go through all the same basic steps, there will be less urgency and panic. Though the finished product won’t likely look quite like what you’ve been seeing in your mind’s eye, that’s okay. As long as you don’t go broke doing it – no harm, no foul. If you can’t expect to get money out, you’ll at least be aware that cash is only flowing one way and can plan accordingly.

On the other hand, if you want to put together a short or feature-length film to bring around to festivals, that’s quite another thing. This route is the classic long shot, but is also a chance for you to jump right in with both feet. This is most especially true in the case of short films of under 30 minutes. There are many festivals that specialise in such films, and this is a good way to impress potential investors with your skills and build notoriety.

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If for any reason at all, you’re not satisfied with this product whatsoever, just contact me, let me know why, and I’ll refund your purchase, provided you delete the copy off your hard drive.


How Much Is That Worth To You?

This e-book will cut through all the double-talk and cover only the pertinent info that you need to make your own film. This is not about film theory and critical viewing, it is the nuts and bolts of film-making. This information in other books are spread out over 3 or 4 full books.

Why wait, you can have your start in making films as soon as you purchase this download. After all, making a film takes time and the longer you wait the longer you will be spinning your wheels just thinking about getting started.

Once you finish this e-book you will have all the info you need to get started. You will learn how to handle a camera, sound equipment and lights. You will also learn how to take your story, ideas and concepts and bring them to life on film. Don’t sit around waiting for your ideas to grow wings and fly, make it happen. Order Making Your First Film! today and get started on making your film.

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P.S. Remember when I said you will learn to bring your story to life? Well I will show you how to make your production professional while protecting your ideas. You will learn where to go to promote your film and how to develop a fan base for your film!

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File Format: MS Word DOC, PDF, TXT, HTML
Number of Pages: 32-Pages
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Included Graphics: Covers
Cover Graphics: JPG and PNG plus flat cover image in PSD
Extras: 24 Promotional plr articles
File Size: 6 MB
Year Released/Circulated: 2019
Suggested Selling Price: £17.00

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