Filmmaker Liam Worthington on why you should put six kids in a room and chop them up

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Getting a film made is extremely difficult. Even in today's age of digital distribution and crowdfunding supported projects, finding a good story and an audience interested in watching it can be challenging. And that's not even taking into account the challenges of getting crew and principle actors to buy in to what you're doing. 

But never fear. Video and has an article from filmmaker Liam Worthington who has some funny (and vulgar) words of inspiration and wisdom to help kickstart us in the right direction (that is, after his words of utter depression and humiliation). Liam's surprisingly humble and transparent story was something I felt I could really relate to having been in this industry for over ten years now. While I haven't been able to make a feature film yet, I can definitely relate to his stories of dealing with people who would take advantage of his passion and desire for filmmaking. 

But aside from the depressing aspects of his story, Liam ultimately feels that now is the best time to make your film (or whatever creative endeavor you're working on) and shares some great advice on how he thinks you can get it done. 

Check out Liam's full article here:

Dale Goldberg

Yes, you may have noticed Dale's initials, D-R-G. It's actually not a coincidence. When Dale started his career in film, he was only in sixteen but his talents as a storyteller earned him a job as the head of marketing at a martial arts studio - before he'd even graduated high school. Later, when he was a Lead Creative at Apple, his talents for solving problems on set and in the editing room earned him the nickname "Dr. G". Now, he applies those same skills at his own company. Dale has over ten years of experience in video and film production. He holds a degree in Marketing and Advertising from Kennesaw State University and a professional certificate in screenwriting from UCLA. He has written two feature length screenplays, directed three short films, and produced countless commercial projects. He lives in the Greater Atlanta Area with his wife and daughter and is writing his third feature length screenplay.