Casting, Costumes, Cars, and More – Summer of ’67

VW Bus

Filmmaking is like a roller coaster ride at an amusement park. You begin by watching from a distance and wondering if you're brave enough to do it yourself. Then, once you work up your courage, you hop aboard, wait for others to join you, buckle up, then brace yourself as you climb to the heavens…

Now Casting – Summer of 67

After each movie I always say that's it. No more movies. And I mean it.  I honestly thought Providence was our last movie. It screened in AMC theaters in L.A., Times Square, and my hometown of Destin, Florida. It exceeded our grandest expectations with countless awards and positive reviews. How could we possibly top that?…

You’re Invited On Our Filmmaking Journey

Two years ago we created Faith Flix with the purpose of promoting independent Christian movies and providing a behind the scenes look at the people involved in their making. Since that time we've showcased hundreds of great films and talented filmmaking individuals. We've interviewed actors, writers, directors, and producers. We've featured new and old movies,…

How To Get Great Production Sound- The Basics

By Fred Wilharm As pointed out in my article, "Required reading- Before you Make a Christian Movie", production sound is almost more important than a great image. If your image is a bit noisy or the whites are blown out, the average viewer won't even notice. But if the sound is lousy and the dialogue…

The Golden Rule For Filmmakers

Middle Tennessee is a hub for feature filmmaking. At any given time there's at least one faith-based film in production with films ranging from no-budget to big-budget and everything in between. I enjoy following all the local films on facebook as well as listening to my actor friends share their experiences on the different film…

Required Reading- Before You Make a Christian Movie

By Fred Wilharm Since the making of "Flywheel" in 2003 by Sherwood Pictures, hundreds of Christians have been inspired to make their own faith based feature. It's a noble venture and one God can ultimately bless-  but there are some ground rules that should be considered first. Please note that we have broken all these…

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