Movie Process

movie process small - no more starving artistsThe mission of Movie Process – an organization with a nonprofit umbrella – is to have no more starving artists by empowering actors and other kinds of storytelling artists to make a difference in their communities through programs without charge or at a low cost including filmmaking and business education, communal movie making, an annual community awards show and an alliance of blogs plus a newsletter that together reach thousands of actors and artists monthly with content that consists of hope for the arts, making a difference as well as strategies to work toward “No More Starving Artists.”

This means you can learn the movie process of how to fund, make, market and distribute your very own film using the simple Art Gush System that involves no crew, no budget and can be made using a mobile phone. Or be cast or work on “Thrillumentary,” the ongoing web and movie series that harnesses the Art Gush approach. Or be nominated as an artist making a difference in your community for a Platinum Pias Award. Or be featured in one of the over 25 blogs plus newsletter in the Lights Camera Read blog alliance reaching over 15,000 creative individuals monthly with strategies focused on “No More Starving Artists.”

Would you like to learn a new and easier way to fund, make, market and distribute feature films to showcase what you do? Or how about participating as an actor or artist in the making of a movie that is using this technique? Or have you ever envisioned yourself winning an award for making a difference in your community? Plus, when it comes to blogs, do you have something to contribute to the “No More Starving Artists” dialogue which might be of interest to our writers and their audiences reaching thousands?

Imagine a world with no more starving artists. That’s the goal of Movie Process where you can learn to make films, act in or put your art in a movie, win an award and reach thousands – all this while making a difference in your community locally and internationally. These are all activities that Movie Process is involved with. The reason that Movie Process programs are without charge or at a low cost to you is because they are privately funded by arts supporters.  Programs include education, projects, awards, blogs and a newsletter all of which are aligned with the theme “No More Starving Artists.”

The best way to start on your Movie Process adventure toward no more starving artists is to sign up for the weekly Movie Process newsletter. As a newsletter recipient you will be kept up to date on all the latest happenings at Movie Process. And when something strikes your fancy – such as a filmmaking scholarship opportunity, movie audition, chance at an awards nomination or the seeking of content for blog articles – you can then jump right in.

So sign up now for the Movie Process newsletter and make your own film or work on a group cinema project or be nominated for an award or be featured in popular blogs or maybe even all of the above. It’s as easy as going to Movie Process. So let’s get started creating a world with no more starving artists beginning by signing up for the Movie Process newsletter .

Yianni Stamas looks at Ivanka Trump and other Relatives of Billionaires in Terms of the Arts.

Hi. I’m Yianni Stamas. I’m a filmmaker, educator and artist advocate concerned about the arts and the role that they will continue to play in our country.

Ivanka Trump and the Arts
Ivanka Trump and the Arts

All kinds of questions are swirling around Ivanka Trump and her role in the White House. Such is the kind of interest in those who are related to billionaires. We at Movie Process recently indirectly came into contact with the sister of a billionaire!

We had approached this billionaire’s sister with questions about her part in the arts, which is a topic that many creative individuals are curious about.

The questions we asked had to do with getting to the bottom of the role that the arts play in the lives of the wealthy.

These same kinds of “Arts” questions are leveled at Donald Trump but he never really answers them. What are his views about the arts and how are they important/not-important to him?

We pledge to continue to seek out billionaires and other tastemakers with arts questions. Stay tuned for the answers!