How To Make A Movie: A Film Trooper Case Study 03 – How To Find Your Audience

By Scott McMahon | February 14, 2015 | 8 Comments

  How To Find Your Audience? The experts are always telling us, indie filmmakers, to find our audience … To build your audience … To know your audience … What does this all mean? And why is it important when you’re making your movie? Well, that’s the question that I explore in today’s episode of:  How…

How To Make A Movie: A Film Trooper Case Study 02 – What Scares Us?

By Scott McMahon | February 4, 2015 | 2 Comments

  What Scares You? According to a study from Chapman University in 2014 … “Walking alone at night” is the biggest fear for Americans.   What?   What happened to natural disasters?  Monsters?  Syphilis?   No.  Apparently, being away from home and alone in the dark is what scares Americans the most.   But what lies…

How To Make A Movie: A Film Trooper Case Study 01 – Why We Love Being Scared

By Scott McMahon | January 24, 2015 | 7 Comments

  Why Does Our Blood Get Pumping After Being Scared? And what does this all have to do with making a movie? Well, that’s the question I explore in this post of “How To Make A Movie:  A Film Trooper Case Study 01 – Why We Love Being Scared.” Now, if you took the time to watch the…