Things are going really well for you. You’re making stuff that you can be proud of and you’re killing it at all those networking events. But then someone asks for your website. Unfortunately, social media like your MySpace, Tumblr, and Tinder account won’t cut it. Living without a website and depending solely on social media to present yourself online is the equivalent of living with your parents; the goal is to have a home that’s all yours. But chances are, you can’t make a site from scratch—you’re a filmmaker, not a computer scientist.
Lucky for you, we’re here to help you avoid spiraling into an existential crisis about whether or not you should’ve pursued computer science. Even better is that you really only need to read this guide, made specifically for filmmakers like you. In just one resource, you'll learn how to present your best face through a website that truly represents you and your work.
Don’t know what these words mean?
Well, you will soon. I’ll walk you through all the necessary vocab you’ll need, and provide you with examples of good fonts, websites, and (most importantly) website builders where you can access pre-made design options to make life even easier.
And, because it’s made specifically for filmmakers like you, you’ll get a crash course on how to tell your story through your website and reel. So click on this link, hide your MySpace for good, and get back to doing the work you love!