How much you spend to make a feature film has nothing to do with how profitable it is. It's quite easy to spend $1M+ on a film and have it earn nothing it all. It's also quite possible to spend very little and earn quite a lot. Tangerine cost $100K to produce and earned $800k+. El Mariachi cost $7000 to make and earned $2M+. You can struggle for years and take lots of risks to make a film, or you can happily make several projects a year that make money. Whether you are producing films here in Hollywood, or making them elsewhere in the world, this workshop provides you with skills and tools you can use to make micro budget movies profitably.
TIP: If you want to make more expensive movies, this workshop's resources will help you maximize the bang you get for your buck no matter what you produce. Furthermore, making small, easy-to-sell, fast-shoot features is the best way to get the credits and experience you need to make much bigger films with the help of investors or banks. Your first film shouldn't be a $1M+ feature, even if you are hiring "expert help" to aid you. It is too easy to dig yourself a hole personally, professionally, financially that you never get out of. Particularly now.
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Topics Addressed in this workshop include:
- What hardware to shoot on.
- What software to edit with.
- Where to shoot for free and cheap.
- What kind of projects are cheapest and easiest to produce and earn the most money.
- Making your movie look more expensive than it is.
- Guaranteeing distribution.
- Getting paid.
- Why shooting several inexpensive features pays off better than shooting one large project.
- Why shooting something you own lock, stock, and barrel is a very good thing.
- Why not having to borrow money or find investors to fund a film is a very good thing.
You will get the following resources immediately after signing up for this workshop.
- Video: Tiny Budget Feature Film Strategies for Frugal Producers Workshop
- Workbook: Tiny Budget Feature Film Strategies for Frugal Producers
- Video: Contract Fundamentals with Attorney Justin Sterling
- Avoiding Litigation with Attorney Justin Sterling
- Workbook: Avoiding Litigation with Attorney Justin Sterling
- Video How to Hire People Legally & Get Workers Comp Nationwide with Castifi
- Video How to Book Locations
- Workbook Renting Locations
- Creating Film Distribution Deliverables with Barbara Javitz
- Video Working with Aggregators vs Distributors
- Video Selling your Feature Film in 170+ Countries with RightsTrade
Video How to create an independent film budget using Excel.
Video Writing a Screenplay using Final Draft and other applications.
Video Due Diligence The Art & Science of Not Getting Scammed
Video The $100 Home Studio
Video Green Screen Fundamentals
Workbook Green Screen Fundamentals
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