Tag: filmmakers

A Full House: A Nice Problem To Have

A Full House: A Nice Problem To Have
Every filmmaker, from the mightiest studio executive to the humblest of students with a camcorder all have one thing in common: to have a full audience when they premiere their film. The scale varies, of course: the student might be hoping to fill their living room while the studio executive is hoping to fill hundreds... Read more »

The American Film Market

The American Film Market
A film market is not the same thing as a film festival. We should start there: a film festival is an event generally open to the public where filmmakers screen their films for audiences with the goal of getting their work reviewed. If the reviews are good then the film might catch the interest of... Read more »

Chicago- The Worst Place To Visit Ever?

Chicago- The Worst Place To Visit Ever?
As March nears we are in the process of making plans to travel literally coast to coast to screen our most recent film “Mattress World” at film festivals. Our first stop will be Vegas for the Vegas Media Expo followed shortly by the LA Women’s Film Festival, followed shortly by the Lichtfield Hills Film Festival... Read more »
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Film Production Company Seeks Visionary for Board Position

People like to talk about opportunity knocking, but sometimes opportunity likes to break down the door instead. We recently had our annual meeting for Blue Damen Pictures and we decided it was time to expand. You see, we may be a Chicago based film production company, but we are trying to cultivate relationships with industry professionals... Read more »

All Wrapped Up With Nowhere to Go (But Up!)

Well, the holidays are here again which means that it is time for the fourth annual Blue Damen Pictures “That’s A Wrap” gift wrapping fundraiser! We started the tradition of wrapping gifts at a local mall back in our very first year as a company in order to raise enough money to finish our first... Read more »