Make sure you have a captivating plot with a beginning, middle, and end before you start concentrating on filmmaking skills. Lack of a distinct and organised story is a typical error made by filmmakers. Making a story that will be interesting to others requires thought and effort. Simply capturing your partner strolling along the beach is not a story; rather, it is a visual love letter. A story needs the main character to be motivated to take action. The drama arises from the challenges they run into while pursuing that objective. People in the audience want to experience intense emotions. Make certain that the protagonist has that “goal.” Using folks who look the role but are poor actors is a regrettable error. Use actors that have a history of success. If your dentist can’t act, even if they appear to be an FBI agent, the illusion will be destroyed. Set up a public audition, then look for the best actor to play each part. Holding rehearsals to ensure that everyone is familiar with the plot and their character is one of the finest ways to ensure that the performers are contributing to the director’s vision. Use knowledgeable crew workers rather than just a warm body. A camera operator who doesn’t understand lighting or a sound operator who places the microphone too far away from the performers won’t produce.