All posts tagged "Hulu"

  • Elisabeth Moss Can Do Whatever She Wants

    A man cuts through the bustling crew and stands in the center of the room, a bottle of champagne held aloft. “Let’s hear it for our...

  • Swimming With the Stream: Entertainment Lawyer Lisa Callif on Creating Content in the Digital Era

    Content creators in the digital era have it pretty good. You can create content on a shoestring budget–you can literally pick up your iPhone and...

  • Making a Living by Mixing Media: How to Make the Leap From Directing Features to Directing Television

    Imagine a world where you earn a steady, livable paycheck doing what you love—directing—and little else. That picture, sadly, doesn’t exactly fit independent feature filmmaking....

  • Total Transparency: My Film Bread and Butter Has Almost Recouped Its Expenses—With These Revenue Streams

    I am 32 years old. I am 32 years old. I am 32 years old! I avoid disclosing my age. All the time. And I’ve...

  • MovieMaker’s 2017 Guide to DIY Digital Distribution: Our Fifth Annual VOD Overview

    While it’s still churning, the digital distribution dust has settled just enough to bring good and bad news to indie moviemakers. Often these are two...

  • MovieMaker’s Fourth Annual Guide to Digital Distribution: A Game of Thrones

    What a difference a year makes. Independent film distribution has continued its blink-of-an-eye evolution into 2015 with Video on Demand (VOD) at the forefront. The...

  • Should You Be Your Own DP? For Meadowland Director Reed Morano, the Answer is Yes

    There is no real formula for both directing and shooting your first feature film. All I can do for you is lend the knowledge I...

  • Moviemaker’s Third Annual Guide to Digital Distribution

    Congratulations. Count yourself among the generation of moviemakers for whom Video on Demand (VOD) has progressed from novelty act to main attraction—an essential component to...

  • DIY Monday: Complete Works‘ Journey to the Small Screen

    Complete Works, produced by Kingdom for a Horse Productions, is a web series that recently premiered on Hulu. Here, producer Giancarlo Balarezo talks about how...

  • Things I’ve Learned As a Moviemaker: Kevin Smith

    Director, screenwriter, sometimes actor, and all-around major geek Kevin Smith has deep roots in independent moviemaking, filming his first feature, Clerks, in the convenience store...