Digital Filmmaking 101

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Michael Wiese Productions, 2001 - Performing Arts - 283 pages
An essential guide to producing low-budget movies. Reveals the secrets of making professional-quality digital moviemaking on ultra-low budgets: (1) Digital video equipment, personal computers, and software for filmmakers; (2) Scripting; (3) Casting; (4) Production; (5) Distribution; (6) Cost cutting techniques; (7) Production techniques; (8) Guerrilla filmmaking; (9) Working the Film Festival circuit; and (10) Jump starting your film career and much more ...

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The Budget And How to Budge It
The Business Ultralow Budget Inc

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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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