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ProductionNext / Los Angeles

A gathering place for ProductionNext members in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California

This is a group that is meant to serve as a general gathering place for ProductionNext members in the Los Angeles area. We here at ProductionNext are managing it at the moment, but we're very interested in finding someone local to run it. If you're interested, please contact us at groups@productionnext.com.

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Discussions

Film Independent, the nonprofit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards, announced the 13 filmmakers and eight projects selected for its 2019 Documentary Lab. The Lab is an intensive two-week program designed to help filmmakers who are currently in post-production on their feature-length documentary films.... https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/film-independent-selects-13-fel...
On-location filming in the Greater Los Angeles area declined 9.1% between the first quarters of 2018 and 2019, according to data from FilmLA. A slowdown in the production of feature films, television and commercials contributed to the decrease seen in the first few months of this year. Filmmakers logged 8,843 shoot days from January through March, down from the 9,724 days in the first quarter of 2018.... https://variety.com/2019/film/news/los-angeles-filming-decreases-first-q...
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Thursday that the George Lucas Family Foundation has pledged a grant to support the educational mission of the soon-to-be-opened Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Museum director Kerry Brougher said the grant — which was for an undisclosed amount and donated in honor of Sid Ganis, former academy president and chair of the group’s museum committee — will be used to create an endowment allowing the museum to offer free admission in perpetuity to visitors ages 17 and under. This is in line with the neighboring Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where visitors 17 and under are also admitted free.... https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-academy-museum-geo...

Recently added member projects

How fast did Jabberwocky change things? Just watch.
The first movie promised to change things so much, they fast tracked the film to make an international version.   But the treatment was missing a page, and there wasn't much for those poor...
Not only does every movie tell a story, but every movie has one. This is how we show people how...
Jabberwocky is so new and innovative, we can't give too much away about it.  Because really, products are for people without presentation skills.   

Recent member videos

A witty cartoon illustrated and animated by David North

A witty cartoon illustrated and animated by David North - fan project, please check out the 'Parapod podcast' (parapod.com to have more laughter). 
https://www.facebook.com/david.north.3386   The original inspiration https://youtu.be/HuTsp3itCRw  The ParaPod Movie - Official Trailer: 11,776...

A 90-minute Webinar about the American Film Market featuring Ben Yennie and Tanya Kersey

If you want to make a living as a filmmaker while making anything except commercials or industrials, you're going to have to attend the American Film Market. But AFM has a culture all it's own, and without some guidance, it's hard to find success. That's why we're happy to bring you this webinar...

Recent member journals

While we’re proud of our film budgeting software, we know that we’re far from the only game in town.  So, we thought we’d list our major competitors for film budgeting software, list their pros, cons, and cost in one single blog for easy access. Movie Magic Movie magic is the industry...
While we’re proud of the scheduling and stripboard features, we know there are others in the game.  So, we thought we’d acknowledge what our competitors do well, point out their flaws, and show how we compare in price.   Movie Magic Movie magic is the industry standard, and if we’re...
Last week we talked about some of the most heavily used props and wardrobe in Hollywood.  This week, we’re taking a look at locations. As you’ll see, there are absolutely no shortage of used and re-used props and wardrobe.  Every Filmmaker knows that good sets are in short supply, and when...

Upcoming events

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Recent documents

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Recent Q&As

Jeffrey Scott posted a question to screenwriters, writers, and directors:
I'm working with this new director, and we've decided we want to bring on a new writer to do a final draft of the screenplay, but I'm not sure how we should structure such a deal.   Would...
2/3/16 10:16 pm
Jeffrey Scott posted a question to executive producers and producers:
I'm not sure what the best way to finance a movie is.  With all the work and low wages we have to put in, as we;ll as deffered costs and donated favors we have to pull in, (thank god...
3/11/15 10:47 am
I need a Camera in Boulder for the Jabberwockey Project, any locals know where the best place to get an Arri Alexa is?
11/7/13 5:17 pm

Recent classifieds



I just got myself a brand new office at the 9th Street Independent Film Center, and I'm looking to rent a couple of desks. If you're looking for a place to work that isn't your kitchen or...

5/7/18 2:33 pm

I need somebody to pull together a usable trailer from the near-final version of my project.  It needs to fit in with a bunch of other projects, so it needs to be in Final Cut.  Compensation TBD;...

8/1/14 5:13 pm