10 Pinterest Boards Filmmakers Should Be Following

10 Pinterest Boards Filmmakers Should Be Following

Most of us think of
Pinterest as the place to go for recipes, inspirational quotes or
fashion tips. But, filmmakers are increasingly turning to the social media platform to fund and promote their projects. Pinterest is also a great resource for filmmakers to easily access everything from production tips, information about festivals and funding resources. Click the titles below to visit the Pinterest boards.

Here are 10 Pinterest Boards Filmmakers Should Be Following:

1. Social Media for Filmmakers

2. Guerilla Filmmaking

3. Video Production

4. Filmmakers on Filmmaking

5. Film Articles and Resources

6. DIY Filmmaking

7. Indie Film Supporters

8. Indie Filmmaker Kit

9. Digital Cinema Tools

10. Film Festivals

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Comments

Jason Buff

Don’t forget the Indie Film Academy. Our pinterest name is @indiefilmacdmy

Jason Buff

Great list. Also, you may want to check out our boards for all aspects of filmmaking from funding, screenwriting, shooting and selling your film. @indiefilmacdmy

John Sandel

I've used Pinterest for the past year or so as pre-vis tool, alone & with DPs, location folks & production designers. It's also a great way to walk investors through a movie or web show—a convenient, cleanly-organized "look book” that can be easily shared. The fact that boards can be kept private makes light security a snap.

L. Maley

Don't forget Hurlbut Visuals http://pinterest.com/hurlbutvisuals/pins/

Movie Infographics

One more
http://pinterest.com/filmfestivals/movie-infographics/

Yvonna Russell

I love Pinterest I find it very creative and inspiring.
http://pinterest.com/StilettoFilms/

Martin Taylor

Thanks for for including my board (Guerilla Filmmaking). I set this board up for myself just to store things I was interested in. Pinterest seems like a great way of bookmarking things for the visually inclined. I know Pinterest is a polarizing medium but I see it as just another useful tool. I don't 'pin' to be social – if someone does find my board useful it's something of a happy accident.
Regards – Martin

Cinephilia and Beyond

You're gonna love this:

http://pinterest.com/lafamiliafilm/
http://pinterest.com/lafamiliafilm/great-advice-for-filmmakers-from-legendary-directo/
http://pinterest.com/lafamiliafilm/film-related-documentaries/
http://pinterest.com/lafamiliafilm/great-film-books/
http://pinterest.com/lafamiliafilm/the-ultimate-guide-to-screenwriting-learning-from-/

I believe you're already familiar with the kind of audience Cinephilia and Beyond has managed to attract, a good deal of which are high profile names from the industry. The likes of Oliver Stone, Matt Reeves, Ted Hope, Shane Salerno, Don Winslow, Chuck Hogan, Brian Michael Bendis, Richard Shepard, Nacho Vigalondo and others are practically regulars here and visit Cinephilia on a daily basis. Please feel free to visit us any time.

http://cinephilearchive.tumblr.com/

Sam Smith

There are better and clearer ways to parse resources. Pintrest seems like an unwelcome middleman.

Morgan Paar

http://pinterest.com/morganpaar/filmmaking-photography/

Marian

I'd like to suggest a couple of Pinterest sources for/about women, Destri Martino's The Director List: http://pinterest.com/destrimartino/women-directors/, and my Wellywood Woman site which has info for and about women's filmmaking – women's festivals/ film opportunities/ film campaigns etc etc: http://pinterest.com/wellywoodwoman/boards/.

ska-triumph

Well doggone it. Maybe it's early for some but I'm at work, so I'll go ahead and be the first to thank you. I admire what Pinterest does but I've been sitting on my invitation for so long.

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