Mackie Mack Productions Presents:
Ken Klein's Film Production Page
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Breath (Copyright 1999) - 16mm/93 minutes/color.
Breath has wrapped!!! Principal photography was completed 08/12/97.
Post production was completed 9/98. The film is a comedy/drama
about a man trying to cope with the sudden loss of his mother and her
equally sudden return from the grave. Any inquiries into screenings and
distribution of the film can be made via email or by calling Mackie
Mack Productions at 215-618-1563.
To Do With Film...Links
- Enterprise for
Hollywood - Sells production scheduling boards, all sorts of
forms (call sheets, daily film logs, etc.) and related books. You
can buy on-line or give them a call.
- Federal Express
- "How much to get my film out to Sundance! The deadline's
in ten minutes! And where the &%$&%#!! do I drop the
package off?" See here, and ye shall find. Online package
- Greater Philadelphia Film Office
- Film services in the Philadelphia, PA area. Includes Film Help
Wanted Hot Line.
- Film Festivals Server
- Toss out all those flyers and pamphlets. Here's all the
info you'll need.
- Indiewire -
Online resource dedicated to independent filmmaking.
Offers newsgroups, articles and filmmaking resource info.
- Internet Movie Database - Once you
start making your film, get it listed in here. So
if even if you can't sell your film, you can at least show your friends
that it's listed in the same database as Cukor's, Kubrick's, and
Kodak Motion Picture Film Stocks - Kodak provides these
pages. Detailed descriptions.
- Maine Photographic Workshops
- Excellent, intense,
hands-on 16mm film making and screenplay writing workshops.
- Mandy's Film and TV
Directory - Detailed information
about technicians, facilities and producers world wide. Arranged
by geographical location and job/service type. Sections for "help
wanted" as well as "seeking jobs." Temporary ads can be placed
Jersey Tax Exempt Forms - New
Jersey film makers can purchase film stock and rent equipment tax
exempt!! And they don't have to sleep with a Senator to do
it!!! But they do have to submit form ST-4. Here's where
the form's hiding.
- Philadelphia Independent Film
& Video Assoc. - Great, cheap services for area
- Scenario Magazine
- Great screenplay resource. ; Each issue has four
complete preproduction screenplays and interviews with the writers.
- Scriptdude Software
- Great prices on all sorts of scriptwriting software.
- TriggerStreet.Com -
Web site devoted to encouraging new filmmakers. Run by Kevin
- U.S. Copyright Office
- Instructions and forms for copyrighting (is that a real
verb?) your screenplay.
- U.S. Postal Service
- "How much postage do I need for this manuscript? What's
Spielberg's zip code?" The answers lie within (assuming you know
what city Spielberg lives in).
Vanishing Points - Vanishing points help create depth on our
2-dimensional movie screen. Here's a web page that explains the concept.
- Writer's Guild of America, East
- They'll register your screenplays online (for a fee,
naturally). Note: WGA registration is NOT a copyright. They
just record the date your work was submitted to them. For
info, see U.S. Copyright
- Morrie Warshawski
- So how do I fund a movie withoutt selling my house, my children
and my soul (I'll keep the stereo, wife and car, thank you)? And
while we're at it, how do I make the deal, so I can become rich and
famous and die with a life time achievement award? Mr. W.'s a
professional consultant on these topics (except for the dying
part). His web page points to some great books on these and other
- The Writer's Computer Store
- Good prices on production and writing software.
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