Can you find 10 hours a week to work on your passion projects? If you work a 40+ hour a week job, can you locate 1 hour each work day, and 5 hours on the weekend to practice your craft? Here’s the challenge (and it includes a free printable!) Continue reading How To Find Time For Creativity
Most of us have probably heard the term “Christmas in July.” For whatever reason, stores determine this middle-mark period of the year to be the time to put their merchandise on sale for the upcoming holidays. I don’t know about … Continue reading Christmas Glory
As most would know, Jane Austen is my favorite author of all time. I absolutely love her novels, her attention to details, her honesty regarding the lives of her characters, and her relatable moments about life that encompass every part … Continue reading Inspiring Words
This post originally appeared on https://mshwriting.wordpress.co. Okay. So this is about the fifth or sixth version that I have sat down to write about this subject. By … Continue reading Story Rant Part 2: What does all this mean?
Today’s guest post comes from Alicia Joy LeBlanc, one of the creators of The Power Trials Project, an interactive transmedia web series. Super heroes, special … Continue reading Web Series – Woes and Woots
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This post originally appeared on https://mshwriting.wordpress.com If you have ever had the chance to go to film school, read a book on filmmaking, watched a documentary … Continue reading Story Rant part 1: Story All Around Us
During the month of July AR Media has been sharing different articles about the numbers behind using videos in online marketing campaigns. These articles have pointed out the dramatic increase in email click through rates when there is a video attached. They have … Continue reading Does Video Really Work?
Welcome to the Daily Megaphone! Allow us to introduce ourselves. We are filmmakers, writers, and artists who are passionate about the indie film scene. We want to help boost your artistic and business savvy. The Daily Megaphone is both a … Continue reading Introducing….
Social media has slowly crept into our daily lives over the years, and I do not believe that will ever change. I remember when sending emails was just for fun or perhaps even a luxury for many people. Now everyone … Continue reading Failure to Communicate
February is known as the month of love, because Valentine’s Day resides right in the middle of this short month. It is the only month that has twenty-eight days, and the only month to ever have a leap year. February … Continue reading Literary Love
Happy New Year everyone! I pray you have had a great start to 2017. With the beginning of a new chapter, many questions get asked. People consider new resolutions as they reflect back on events and moments from years past. … Continue reading New Year, New Beginnings
Christmas is literally just around the corner. Are you prepared yet? Have you checked off each and everything on your list? For myself, I tend to be preparing, wrapping, and cooking down to the very last minute. Continue reading Happy Christmas!
Is next week really Thanksgiving? How can November be almost over? Where did the month go? Each and every day time seems to move quicker and quicker, and I find myself wanting to press the pause button. I want more … Continue reading Thanksgiving Blessings
So this post is for all the ‘90’s kids out there. Admit it—you were a ‘90’s child like me. You remember the Airwalk sneakers that were worn by the guy you liked in middle school, and you consistently listened to … Continue reading Flashback to the 90’s
Here are ten “commandments” to live by when writing your production resume. Want an example? Scroll to the bottom and download a free template! Continue reading The 10 Commandments of Production Resumes
Film & the Maker is a weekly column by someone (me) who knows what it’s like to be an aspiring filmmaker. As we work towards our dreams of being directors, producers, actors, cinematographers, production designers, writers, or anything else, we … Continue reading A Weekly Column