Los Angles, CA (PRWEB) August 31, 2011
Quiet please…we have speed…ACTION! If you ever wanted to make a movie, but didn't have the money, know-how or freedom to pursue your dreams in Hollywood, a new filmmaking book promises to revolutionize the ways movies are made, seen and sold.
Titled The Modern Moviemaking Movement, this FREE filmmaking book is the brain child of Jason Brubaker, a Los Angeles-based independent filmmaker and an expert in Video on Demand distribution. He has run his popular filmmaking website, Filmmakingstuff.com for years and has joined forces with ten veteran movie industry professionals to bring filmmaking to the masses.
"The Modern Moviemaking Movement is focused on helping independent filmmakers make, market and sell movies from anywhere on earth,” he says. “The filmmaking business has changed. Enhanced production technology and the evolution of internet movie distribution means you no longer have to live in Hollywood to have a successful filmmaking career."
The Modern Moviemaking movement covers the four key areas of filmmaking: screenwriting, film financing, filmmaking and modern movie distribution. Specifically, The Modern Moviemaking Movement focuses on helping filmmakers produce their movies, grow their fan base, build “buzz” and make filmmaking into the next small town, global business.
“Since moving to Hollywood for a half-decade ago, everything has changed. You can make a movie and distribute a movie from anywhere. The Modern Moviemaking Movement provides filmmakers with strategies to stop making excuses and start making movies,” he emphasizes.
Aside from producing movies, Brubaker is a contributing author of The Independent’s Guide to Film Distributors, he is the founder of Filmmaking Stuff, a professional resource for independent filmmakers, and his articles on independent movie marketing, distribution and film production have been featured in The Independent and Movie Maker Magazine.
If you want an action guide that will help you survive and thrive in the ever changing movie industry, grab your complimentary copy of "The Modern MovieMaking Movement." http://www.ModernMovieMaking.com