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Starting a film can be intimidating, especially if you have zero experience and absolutely zero connections. Luckily, it’s not as complicated as you think… What you will find here are articles about how I went about it. Some people might tell you  that there are no right or wrong ways. I don’t believe that. The hard part is working out the right way for you! All I can do is share with you what I did. It’s then up to you to do the work on yourself, your skills and knowledge, and then simply do the work. You can start with the free articles below and when you’re ready I will show you exactly how I did it. Just signup for FREE UPDATES and I will show you how I got started.

Latest Articles about Filmmaking

What We Seek Is Found Within

If I Had Another Day Short Film   Below are a couple of  screengrabs, which I posted to instagram as I was editing – http://instagram.com/clarkescott I have an open plan for this project to grow into something larger than it currently is and if this were to happen each of these episodes will be the ...

Late Bloomers

As I was waiting for a ride to the family Christmas dinner I sat down to watch a little something and came across this—an interview with Writer/Director David O. Russell—The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle.   Interesting. Inspiring. In this video Russell mentions he is ten years behind his age in terms of maturity. ...

A Life—A Journey

Today we have a lesson in history. Or perhaps I should say some personal history that contains a lesson. As I am naturally loquacious however I will give away the ending upfront just in case you miss it embedded in my rambling. Ok, here it is: be true to yourself. I know, I know…it’s cliche to ...

How Can I Make You Remember Me?

As a fan of the band Hammock and having recently purchased several albums I wanted to shoot something for one of their amazing soulful numbers. I chose, “How Can I Make You Remember Me?” from the album, “Chasing After Shadows…Living with Ghosts.” See here: hammockmusic.com/​chasing The piece came about because I was heading into town (Melbourne, ...

Film: Life’s Rudder

Update: This all sounds rather naive. And will be updated in time.  Lessons For Life Much has been written on the subject of movies as todays moral compass (By “morals” I do not mean right and wrong from a legal point of view…that would be the domain of ethics. Rather, I am talking about the ...

13th Beach a Postpositive

13th Beach a Postpositive a Short film Introduction 13th Beach a Postpositive is a little video I made while staying with family after returning home from a long Indian field trip for my Ph.D (I write about the circumstances of creating the video in more detail in the BTS section below). For now, some prefatory ...

Norbulingka Institute

Last Sunday I went to Gyuto monastery to shoot a narrative film with two young monks. On my way home I stopped by Norbulingka Institute. Although the gardens at Norbulingka are quite beautiful, and worthy of their own piece, I ended up shooting just the main temple as I was short on time. Thoughts A ...

Saving Zanskar: A Short Documentary

Saving Zanskar: A Short Documentary is the story of a Tibetan Buddhist monks vision to save his dying culture by providing the children of his region with a modern education. Shot over the course of a few days (6 hours of total shooting time) in several locations around Northern India, Saving Zanskar is an insight ...