Shitty Horror Links: Film Making Sites
- BBC - Film Network [Filmmakers Guide] - Film Network is the BBC’s interactive showcase for new British filmmakers, screening three new short films in broadband quality every week, adding to a growing catalogue of great shorts.
The site allows people to comment on and rate films and also provides filmmakers with tools to create online profiles and exchange tips, advice and ideas. The purpose is to expose new talent and create a platform for some great films that are rarely seen elsewhere.
- Exposure.co.uk - The internet resource for low-budget film-makers. Info on festivals, articles on film-making and links to useful stuff
- Film Baby - Film Baby is a haven for independent filmmakers and those that love independent film. We have a love for the intensity, honesty and integrity that comes from working on a small budget film.
- Film Underground - Includes a collection of articles on each stage of the indie film production process.
- FilmMaking.Net - Founded in 1994, filmmaking.net is one of the oldest filmmaking resources on the Internet. The site provides reference and a community for new and independent filmmakers around the world.
- Global Producer - International Film, Television and Multimedia Guide. Production Directory, Creative Directory, Distribution Directory, Representation Directory, Production Personnel, Organizations and Industry Events.
- Ron Dexter - Straight answers to frequent and seldom-asked film and video questions you will not find answered anywhere else.
- Skill Set - Skillset's film website is completely endorsed by the industry; it’s the definitive site and should be the first port of call for film-makers, employers and training providers who want advice and guidance on training and skills.
- Sound Snap - Find and Share Free Sound Effects and Loops.
- Straight 8 - ...you, the filmmaker, shoot a film on a single cartridge of super 8mm film that we send to you. you can only edit in-camera. then you hand back your un-developed film to us for processing. together with an original soundtrack. The first time you see your film is with a packed cinema audience...
- UK Film Council - The UK Film Council is the Government backed lead agency for film in the UK ensuring that the economic, cultural and educational aspects of film are effectively represented at home and abroad.
- WritersStore.com - The premier destination for Screenwriters, Novelists, Television Writers and Filmmakers.