Lessons On Filmmaking - James Kicklighter Full Film Courage Interview
James Kicklighter shares his experience of being a young director working with professional actress Edith Ivey for the first time, why money has nothing to do with making a real movie, and tell-tale signs that someone is not cut out to be a filmmaker. He also tells us how making short films can help a filmmaker get a feature film made but that a $50,000 short film is a mistake for most filmmakers. He reveals the hardest filmmaking lesson that he has learned, the first five things he does as a director on a film set, and the stresses he faces making a living as a filmmaker.
- Filmmakers Can Make Excuses About What They Don’t Have Or They Can Make A Movie
- Every Screenplay Is About Life And Death
- Money Has Nothing To Do With Making A ‘Real’ Movie
- When A Young Director Works With A Professional Actor For The First Time
- Advice To Filmmakers Who Are Having Trouble Getting Their First Movie Made
- Why A Filmmaker Shouldn’t Try To Sell Their First Movie
- How To Know If Someone Isn’t Cut Out To Be A Filmmaker
- How A Short Film Can Help A Filmmaker Get A Feature Made
- Two Questions A Filmmaker Should Ask Themselves Before Saying Yes To A Project
- Forget The 5 Minute Pitch, How About 18 Hours
- Comparing Bollywood To American Filmmaking
- For The Majority Of Filmmakers, A $50,000 Short Film Is A Mistake
- Advice To Film School Graduates On Making A Living As A Filmmaker
- Hardest Filmmaking Lesson That I’ve Learned
- Should A Filmmaker Ever Fire A Friend Off A Movie?
- First 5 Things A Director Does On A Film Set
- Biggest Time Waster On A Movie Set
- There Is No Wall Around Hollywood
- Should A Movie End With A Period Or Question Mark?
- 3 Things Every Filmmaker Must Watch Or Read
- The Stress Of Making A LIving As A Filmmaker
- A Filmmaker Doesn’t Have All The Time In The World
- Making A Movie About A Friend With Cancer
- Are Independent Filmmakers Getting Better As Business People?
- Best Ways For A Filmmaker To Sell Themselves To Film Financiers
- How A Director Can Improve A Script Before Production
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