Filmmaking, the Hard Way

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A cynical case study of the feature film production of All God’s Creatures written by multi-hyphenate writer/producer/director/actor Josh Folan, "Filmmaking, the Hard Way" puts low budget filmmaking under the microscope by analyzing the process of making a film from top to bottom with an honesty and transparency rarely found in writings of its kind. More

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About Josh Folan

Josh Folan is a producer, writer, director and actor with professional credits dating back to 2005. His first feature-length film venture, the romantic thriller All God's Creatures, was released through Osiris Entertainment in May of 2012 and can be purchased through the film's website at Folan wrote, produced and starred in the film, which premiered at the 2011 Hoboken International Film Festival where it was nominated for best screenplay and best actress (Jessica Kaye). His second feature, a slacker buddy comedy titled What Would Bear Do?, is available at Folan wrote, produced and starred in it as well, in addition to taking on directorial duties for the first time. Filmmaking, the Hard Way is his first crack at writing a book, and you can follow him (@joshfolan) and his production company, NYEH Entertainment (@nyehentertains ::, on twitter and facebook if you'd like to keep up with his shit.


Review by: John on Nov. 13, 2013 :
good book. it reads well and has some good ideas. (note to self, ask girlfriend for $5000). even though i worked on the movie its fair to say I knew almost nothing of what was really going on. so it was good to read about what I never knew anyway and I especially liked the section on distribution. per·spi·ca·cious.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

Review by: Medhat Hanbali on June 14, 2013 :
The information Josh Folan gives in this book is straightforward and the tips written will definitely be useful for aspiring independent filmmakers.

This book helped me understand better the logistics of making an independent film, the difficulties and ways to deal with them, and covers everything from script to distribution.

A must read for every person working or planning to work in the independent film industry.

Medhat Hanbali - Film Composer
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)

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