Get on the Filmmakers’ Map: get in touch with filmmakers working on their first film now
I have been wanting to make a Filmmakers’ Map for quite some time and I’m very happy to finally introduce it. The filmmakers’ map is a map of indie filmmakers who are currently working on their first feature film, and that you can get in touch with.
There is no better way to learn about filmmaking than by following and actively participating into a film’s journey. The list of films below are first feature film in various genre, that are being nurtured, created, financed, written as I wrote, from readers of the site and thus peers.
Intrigued by a title? Discovering that a film is taking place in your town? Planning to shoot within the same genre? Just wanting to reach out and offer help? Check the list below, and contact the filmmakers!
If you are actively working on making your first feature film, email me so I can add you on the map. Based on the dozens of email I’ve recently received, I will add now: short films won’t be accepted, feel free to say hi and bye in your email, I like kindness, and be patient, your film will get on the map.
Since I published the first map, I’ve received many submissions and decided to organise the map by alphabetical order, based on the country the film is shot.
The Filmmakers’ Map
Director: Kuramo Bay Filmworks
Location: London, UK
Film title: The Tiger Hunts in Darkness
Genre: Martial Arts/Action
Website & Trailer: To Be Announced
Director: David Kenny
Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne (where we are based), Birmingham, Cambridge, Doncaster and Luton! (May grow)
Film Title: The Great Diversion
Genre: Social realist documentary
Website: thegreatdiversion.org / facebook.com/greatdiversionfilm
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / @akennyfilm
Director: Jai Prakash
Location: Bangalore, India
Film Title: 20 Weeks (working title)
Director: Aibek Omurov
Location: Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek
Film Title: 20 Years old “Jyiyrmadagy chal-kempir”
Director: Anatol Durbala
Location: Chisinau, Moldova
Film Title: Ce Lume Minunata (What a Wonderful World)
Genre: Drama (73 minutes)
Facebook Page: Ce Lume Minunata
Site: Ce Lume Minunata
Director: Ekaterina Danchenko
Location: Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Film Title: To Bury Lenin?
Genre: Art House Dramedy
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pohoronitleninafilm/?
Location: Istanbul, Turkey & France
Film Title: In Five Years
Genre: Socially Connected Dramedy
Weekly Vlog: The Film Log
Newsletter: In Five Years the Newsletter
Director: Giorgio Palazzi (Wandering Gio)
Film Title: #IMPROVIMPROV: an Improvised Documentary on Improvisation (temporary)
Updates at: wanderinggio.com
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/improvdimprov/
Director: David Barak
Location: San Diego, California, USA
Film Title: Redacted
Company Website: http://www.malfunctionfilms.com
Director: Matthew Tibbenham
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Film Title: Surviving Confession
Genre: Dramatic Comedy
Film Site: www.SurvivingConfession.com and www.Facebook.com/SurvivingConfession
Director’s Website: www.MatthewTibbenham.com
Location: Canton, Ohio
Film title: Contract: Redemption
Genre: Martial Arts/Action