Producing : 15 Tips on making your first micro-budget film by Amanda Toney

Amanda Toney

15 Tips on making your first micro-budget film

Here's a great collection of tips for people looking to produce a micro budget film. http://www.indiewire.com/article/15-tips-on-making-your-first-micro-budg... If you're interested in learning more about producing a micro-budget, this webinar is a fantastic resource: https://www.stage32.com/webinars/How-to-Write-Produce-Shoot-and-Distribu...

15 Tips On Making Your First Micro-Budget Feature
15 Tips On Making Your First Micro-Budget Feature
15 Tips On Making Your First Micro-Budget Feature "As It Is In Heaven" is a feature film directed by Joshua Overbay in Kentucky around a small college film department. Shot in Scope digital video, the…
Jack Ritter

Tip 3 is great. There's so much added to a set made up of friends. They're flexible and their hearts will be in the project, making them as invested and committed as you are.

Kenneth David Swenson

On our radio show about a month ago we had the pleasure of interviewing the cast of "Star Trek:Axanar" and out first experience dealing with the time differential between NY&LA. The interview didn't start until 11:30 eastern. But they're a project that has been financing itself through Kickstarter. They also have the luxury of talent such as "Richard Hatch" from BG

Owen Mowatt

I agree, Jack, points 2 & 3 are golden for low budget film makers. Collaboration with the people on your wave length is vital. Im my first feature, we had to turn some actors down just because they didnt look commited.

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