Egor Dubrovsky

Egor Dubrovsky

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From broken dreams - to script breakdown

Hi all, today we want to acquaint you with the backstory of how the idea of an AI-based script breakdown platform was born. Our guest today is Egor Dubrovsky, co-founder and CEO of Filmustage.com who wants to share his exciting story with the reader.

Filmustage partnership with The Golden Script Competition

Filmustage is an AI-based pre-production tool that helps screenwriters, filmmakers and studios save time and resources by optimizing internal processes. Today we are happy to announce the launch of Filmustage partnership with festivals and screenwriter`s contests.

Filmustage Joins NVIDIA Inception Program

Filmustage has joined the NVIDIA Inception Program. NVIDIA Inception is an acceleration program for cutting-edge AI startups that provides critical go-to-market support, expertise, and technology.

March Has Finally Ended

So much has happened in the past 31 days, it feels as if one month was an entire year. Just to prove we're alive and working full-time to bring you the best possible experience, here's the list of upcoming features...

How I saved 5 days on creating a shooting schedule

I have had a script in hand I wanted to deal with. Hiring an Assistant Director wasn't my case. To break down a script, I usually use Final Draft Tagger: it has helped me before, significantly saving my time...

How to use Filmustage

So, let’s say you’ve decided to make your own film. You have a brilliant script, and what you need now is to break it down to be able to plan your production, create a shooting schedule, cast actors, book...

What is the key to success in moviemaking?

What do you think, what lies beyond these well-known words "Camera, Action!"? Most people can hardly imagine what it is. How is it possible? Such a great number of professionals work together in a team/crew...

Script breakdown: the most critical step of pre-production

Have you ever thought about how a film script usually looks? How many details do the screenwriters provide in the text? Do they report every single element you see in the scene? Not really...

What it takes to make a movie: pre-production

Sometimes, when you watch your favorite movie, you probably try to guess how much work lies behind what you see on the screen. Everybody has in mind some image of the famous “Lights, camera, action!” – but there is so much to do before...

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