Three key lessons I learned during the production of our short film doc that I think are particularly useful for those of you who are used to being 1-man (or woman) shows.
Part 1 in a 3-part series about the lessons learned in producing our Creative Mornings short film documentary. Today I cover pre-production.
It is my hope that both this film and the story behind the making of it will inspire all you creatives to push yourself, pursue your craft with passion, conviction and purpose.
How a mishap led to an opportunity to do something magnificent!
The lessons I learned making three 10-second films are valuable lessons for any filmmaker to heed.
If you want to be a filmmaker, you have to make films. Here are two up-coming competitions you should seriously consider. They offer amazing exposure and one of them has a half-million dollar grand prize and the opportunity to be produced by Ridley Scott!
Religion today is very much a big business. Billions of dollars a year is spent on books, tapes, videos, seminars, etc. We’ve come to expect it as a society. But, there seems to be another form of “business and religion” growing in popularity. “Regular” businesses (for lack of a better word), infusing religion (or faith) […]
Just because the tide is out, doesn’t mean there’s less water in the ocean. ~ Seth Godin on the economy I came across this exclusive interview with best-selling author and transcendental marketer Seth Godin. Seth is one of the speakers at this year’s Chick-fil-A Leadercast, an inspiring and educational event designed for leaders of all […]