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On Low Budget Film MakingDigital Film Making Interviews - cover

On Low Budget Film MakingDigital Film Making Interviews

rodney cannon

Publisher: rodney cannon

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On Low Budget Film Making is a book that contains interviews with many young and upcoming digital film makers. Most of these interviews were conducted while they were in the middle of production. This book was written to aid those who wish to become film makers by someone who believed that the best way to lear is from those who are putting in the time and sweat equity. 
This is a digital film making manual that feature many inspirational interviews with today's hardest working young indie film makers conducted during production of their latest films. Also included is basic advice on every aspect of film making from fund raising to lighting to selecting the right digital camera for the job. The micro budget film making world is booming and this book features those who are actually doing it rather than those who talk about making these kind of movies only in theory. 
If you wish to learn film making from the ground level these interviews are a great place to start. Most interivew books are about the film maker or their glossy films while this book focuses on the day to day process; the problems and how the film makers deal with them.

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