5 Key Lessons for Successfully Pursuing your Dream as a Filmmaker

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Last week we had the opportunity to speak at the North Dakota Home School Association’s convention and give two workshops on film and photography. It’s always great being able to talk about something I’m passionate about! In this session, I … Read More

4 Tips for Filming in Cold Climates

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The snow must go on. Certain climates can be really challenging to shoot a movie in.  While many films are shot in warmer climates, some live in areas where below-freezing temps are part of the norm… I am one of them.  As … Read More

4 Reasons Why Every Filmmaker Should Be Using Pinterest

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I used to be one of those people who thought Pinterest was just a place for foodies and artsy people to hang out and swap recipes. That is, until I started working with Carol Kiemle (our Production Designer), and she … Read More

My (Unplanned) Directorial Debut Part 2

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Welcome to Part 2 of Rebekah’s article on directing, and the last in her series on looking at crew profiles! It’s been a joy to have her on the blog – we really appreciate her taking the time to share … Read More

My (Unplanned) Directorial Debut – Part 1

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Directing is glamorous. Directing is a huge responsibility. Directing can be a rush. Directing can be a nightmare. And directing a film is not something I intended to do. But I am so grateful that the opportunity was thrust upon … Read More

It’s About Value, Not Price – Being a Boutique Business

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If you’re just starting out and don’t have any experience or portfolio, then doing work for free or for cost is a great way to start. But, as you continue to learn and grow you need to start competing on … Read More

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