Josh Stifter is a pillar of the indie filmmaking community with two features under his belt and a third on the way. An alumnus of Robert Rodriguez’s Rebel Without a Crew docuseries (during whic...

Andrew Simonian decided to create his own filmmaking opportunity when he made The Take Out Move. Find out how he shot his first feature for $3,500 and the philosophical approach to production that ma...

J. Arcane and Paul Erskine, the filmmaking duo better known as Arcane and Erskine, just released The Razing. It’s an intensely personal film, and the story of how it was made contains a wealth of i...

We spoke with Kenneth R Frank about nimble crews, post production fixes, and festival strategy, all important components of his film Family Obligations. IFJ: Congratulations on Family Obligations. Ca...

We talked to Kelly Walker about acting, making short films, and the importance of collaborating with the right people on any project. Her latest film, My Fiona, is available now. IFJ: Congratulations...

We spoke with Erich Kemp and got a glimpse into the production and distribution landscape of 2012/2013, as well as his thoughts on conventional vs self distribution, in particular access vs revenue s...

Paula Rhodes joined us to talk about making a feature with minimal crew and gear, resourcefulness, and how much of the film takes shape in post-production. IFJ: Congratulations on your feature direct...

We spoke with writer/director Zach Quiñones about breaking into the industry with shorts, distribution strategy, and the largely untapped potential of Instagram’s IGTV video platform. IFJ: You...

Making a contained thriller in the tradition of Buried, Locke, and Brake is a smart way to establish a (more) controlled and consistent production environment than you would likely have if you had to...

The directing team behind the latest horror film to be released by Arrow (on May 3) spoke with us about the making of their latest feature collaboration Threshold and what went on behind the scenes....

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