Digital Filmmaking 101

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Michael Wiese Productions, 2001 - Performing Arts - 283 pages
Digital Filmmaking 101 reveals an inside look at the secrets of making professional-quality digital moviemaking on ultra-low budgets. How low? How about USD10,000 or less? Newton and Gaspard give real-world advice on scripting, financing, casting, production, distribution, trouble-shooting and more using their own in the trenches experience. Tired of watching the digital revolution from the sidelines? Grab this book, fire up your camcorder, and make a movie. Dale Newton and John Gaspard, who hail from Minneapolis, Minnesota, have produced three ultra-low-budget, feature-length movies and have lived to tell the tale. Their latest movie is the all-digital feature, 'Grown Men'.

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The Dream Taking a Leap
Afterword 251
The Budget And How to Budge It

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Newton is an award winning writer of screenplays and scripts, also for producing and directing. He has been in filmmaking for over 20 years.

Gaspard was in filmmaking for 20 years, as a writer, director and producer.

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