A question that has plagued all film makers at some point in their lives! Unless you have a BAFTA somewhere…
It all started when a friend invited me to join him on one of his film sets one day in 2009.
Whilst continuing our efforts to gain maximum festival exposure for everybody who worked hard on Ménage du Trois, we came across an old friend at Dorking, who screened Nicola’s Shedim during their second year. They are now taking submissions for their third festival (all DVD submissions are free). This gave us the opportunity to create a DVD disc which we had not got around to doing yet. read more
At From the 3rd Story Productions ltd., we have been working, since the release of Saranne Bensusan‘s movie, The Hunting of the Snark, trying to make independent film accessible to the public, which is becoming ever harder and harder with the closing of high street retail opportunities, and with theatrical releases now being limited to a few major studios who are then going on to make exclusive deals with VOD distributors to exhibit their content, you may wonder where your film will ever get seen? read more
The bottom line is; there are a lot of film makers out there making films with no money, and it is becoming harder and harder to find funding as film making becomes more accessible to the masses. The best solution whilst you are establishing yourself is to find people to team up with. But what does collaborating really mean? read more