While it’s been getting easier to make a quality feature film for less money, to make a good film for NO money–or rather, the little bit of money you have available to your right now–requires a radical rethinking of the movie-making process. Mark Stolaroff, founder of No Budget Film School, reveals the key principles that will enable you to make a film for nearly nothing.
- Two crucial concepts for making a quality no-budget film.
- How to turn production problems into opportunities.
- The real lesson of Dogme 95 and how it applies to you.
- The two lists that every no-budget filmmaker should have before writing their script.
- The most important element to the success of your no-budget film.
- A detailed case study of Chris Nolan’s $12,000 first feature Following”.