A film director from India who Planning his third film now.
There wasn't much in the article itself but I got a great link in the name of "Eyes On Cinema" which now I have started following, so I can't complain.
The youtube channel of EOC has some great rare clips and also has a great twitter account.
Not sure how it helps anyone in landing a deal but it is helpful anyway to know how much successful writers are making these days.
I still remember the time when I first the film and it made a huge impact on me.
I didn't know about Steven Soderbergh at that time and I was purely interested in the film because of its catchy title.
The film blew away my mind. It was unlike anything I have seen.
You don't need a huge budget to make good films, all you need is a great concept.
Very nice article.
Couldn't find time to see this film but I loved the trailer.
I also loved the interview you have posted here.
no film school is doing a great job of interviewing independent filmmakers.
It helps to know what they went through and it is exciting to know how they made the film.
Eager to watch it soon.
This is surprising knowing that Mirrorless cameras are quite cheap.
But then again the speed with which camera phones are developing a great quality image, they are shortening the gap between a good camera and a good phone.
Trade wars will always be there but I don't think that people who are crazy about cameras will stop because of the dollar increase.
People are still buying iPhones despite their exorbitant prices.
The consumer will always be there to buy stuff.
But Phone cameras today are doing what a DSLR with two lens kit did ten years.
You can zoom, create bokeh effect and amend several changes which would cost much higher in a DSLR.
I know so many cinematographers who carry expensive cameras but take most photos from their phones.
It saves time and it is easy to edit as well.
But whatever be the case, the decrease in sales is an alarming sign of massive trend shifts in how we shoot content in the future.
Read seven of them .. it is like they are written by the same man.. they are not originals ..