The Best Guest Articles Published on Filmmaker's Process in 2016
As we come up on the one year mark since Filmmaker's Process officially launched, I wanted to look back on the year and pull out some of my favorite guest submissions that have appeared on the site so far. There are some seriously great ones.
How This 17 Year-Old Director Made His Heartbreaking Short Film
This is an interview with Guido Coppis, a 17 year-old filmmaker from the Netherlands. His recent short film Iron Flows Through My Veins — a heartbreaking study of a son's relationship with his mother in the most dire of situations — is not only an impressive achievement for such a young filmmaker, but it's also a great case study for low-budget filmmakers looking to make tiny budgets go further.
The Difference Between 'Films' and 'Movies'
This is an article I’ve been thinking about for a long time. But I’ve never had the gumption to put it out there because it always seemed trivial, like a battle not worth fighting. But today I’m going to bare it all, because while this may seem inconsequential, the difference between making “films” and “movies” is why this site exists. It’s the very foundation for everything I do here