Filmmaking Stuff Provides Free Filmmaking Book to Celebrate Inclusion in Movie Maker Magazine's “50 Best Blogs for Moviemakers.”

Filmmaking Stuff, a leading educational resource for independent filmmakers is pleased to announce inclusion in MovieMaker Magazine's "50 Best Blogs For Movie Makers." To celebrate, they will provide filmmakers with a complementary filmmaking book.

Online PR News – 29-January-2010 – – Los Angeles, CA January 28, 2010 -- For aspiring filmmakers, making movies involves persistence, perseverance and knowledge. Thanks to Filmmaking Stuff, movie makers now have a how-to resource for getting their movies made, seen and sold.

To celebrate inclusion in MovieMaker Magazine's list of “50 Best Movie Maker Blogs,” Jason Brubaker will provide a complementary download of his book “How to Make Your Movie in 21 Steps.” A link to this book can be found here:

“Through Filmmaking Stuff we are able to provide up-and-coming filmmakers with first-hand insight on how to make movies and make money making movies. With a robust assortment of movie maker articles as well as insider expert interviews, the site provides perspective on how to become successful as an independent filmmaker.” says Jason Brubaker of Filmmaking Stuff.

Since launching Filmmaking Stuff in 2008, the website has grown to attract thousands of movie makers from all over the world per month.

“After producing three feature films, I realized there is a lot of filmmaking stuff I wish I knew then. The website offers me a chance to help up-and-coming filmmakers take action and hopefully avoid some of my earlier mistakes,” says Brubaker.

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Filmmaking Stuff provides educational resources for filmmakers, including articles on independent film finance, screenwriting, movie production, movie marketing and film distribution, as well as interviews with Hollywood producers, movie directors, screenwriters and other filmmakers.

Filmmaking Stuff is owned by Brubaker Unlimited LLC, a Los Angeles media company founded by independent movie producer, Jason Brubaker.