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Hello, I'm an 18-year-old guy from Florida about to leave high school. I've learned screenwriting, I love videography and photography, and I have experience in producing and directing from a documentary I just finished filming. I would move onto short films, but I feel like I would be wasting time and losing out on money - even though I believe I could make some entertaining and interesting films. I do not prefer to make money a major priority, but I learned my lesson when I was producing my documentary. I had to beg for money and call it "crowdfunding". I didn't like begging, but people were interested and I got the money. I wouldn't mind producing again - I would just like having the security of getting money and being able to backers when the movie is distributed for money. The documentary was a community project, but my future projects will be more profitable - therefore more expensive to make. Should I start with screenwriting and hope one sells? Should I continue producing/directing independent films struggling with money? I would appreciate help and I do not want to go to a film school, because I know how work cameras, edit, direct, produce, and find talent. I just want to entertain people and hope someone enjoys a story I bring to a video.
It sounds like you are already "into" filmmaking. "...I had to beg for money and call it "crowdfunding". I didn't like begging, but people were interested and I got the money." This is part of the process, especially as a "producer". "... my future projects will be more profitable - therefore more expensive to make." That doesn't have to be the case at all. Great story and well-written/performed dialogue will get your movie further than fancy production value or special effects. Unless we are talking international markets which seem to favor explosions, special effects, gore, sex. I'm guessing that is not what we are talking about. "... just want to entertain people and hope someone enjoys a story I bring to a video." This is the purest and most effective approach to take... Keep that idea close and the money will follow.
Just find some sort of filmmaking community in your area and plug into it. There are plenty of hungry filmmakers in new-york that do short films at nights and on the weekends who submit to festivals. A good place to meet people and learn some things. Then you can start by doing your own... Orlando and Miami are places where quite a bit of commercial and music video activity is, see if you can intern or work for a production company in those areas.. Throughout Tampa, Orlando, Miami, and Jacksonville there are big film festivals every year. Great way to volunteer and make connections.