5 Tips For Getting A Movie Made by R.L. Scott

Film Courage: What are your five tips for getting a movie made?

R.L. Scott, Filmmaker: First off, be realistic. Don’t ask for 2 million dollars if you’ve never made a film. Chances are you’re not going to get that funded. Be realistic about where you are, about what you are doing.

Create a situation where an investor can’t say no, meaning have a track record of work. I truly feel like if you’ve never made a project, you should not be asking for funding. I feel like you should do it yourself in the beginning. I think you need to produce some things yourself because you need to show a person why they should invest in you. It’s hard to just get people to give you money…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

 

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