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How to Make a Feature Film for Less Than Minimum Wage

How to Make a Feature Film

How to Make a Feature Film for Less Than Minimum Wage The journey of our feature film “Before The Dark” begins with a phone call from my good friend Benny Oliveri, Benny and I met at Film School and had stayed in touch ever since. A few years after Film School we both found ourselves…

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Unsolicited Material: $62 Budget – From the Laptop to the Red Carpet

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Unsolicited Material: $62 Budget – From the Laptop to the Red Carpet Is l a documentary or a mockumentary? It’s both and neither.   Here at Indie Film Hustle, we encourage projects that champion creativity over budget. And no film embodies that spirit more than Ed Surname’s Unsolicited Material, which has seen the filmmaker go from…

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Rashomon Effect: How It Changed Filmmaking & Storytelling

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Rashomon Effect – An Insight Everyone is quite familiar with the famous Rashomon Effect and those who are not, the term refers to the real world situations in which there are versions and testimonies of various eye-witnesses. These eye-witnesses can be in your head what is described in the actual movie is what happens to us…

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How to Write a Screenplay That Really Sells

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How to Write a Screenplay That Really Sells Writing a screenplay is different than writing prose because of all the technical formatting required. No need to freak out – the formatting is fairly straightforward once you’ve been taught! Some writers even prefer the screenplay format since it allows them to focus on the true essence…

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