November 22, 2016 at 12:09PM


Fast and Cheap: Lessons Learned for the No-Budget Feature Film

On this week’s episode, I go way to a simpler time, the 90s, and discuss the lessons we can learn from some filmmaking legends. I’ll discuss films by Robert Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, Christopher Nolan, and Richard Linklater to break down and learn the techniques they used to make awesome, no-budget feature films with limited resources.

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Nice idea, but how many of the lessons are repeatable? In the world of Rock-n-Roll, most of what worked so well in the late '60s to early '70s just doesn't apply to today. Radically different distribution models, platforms, etc., might make these messages an interesting time capsule, but not lessons that apply to today. Just sayin'.

November 22, 2016 at 1:22PM


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