In today's digital age, thousands and thousands of independent filmmakers are challenging Hollywood's elite, best-of-the-best film producers. A Gaffer's Perspective on Independent Filmmaking examines why so many first-time independent film productions are doomed to failure before the first day of principal photography ever begins. Learning what dooms a production is only half of the process; teaching successful practices and techniques, while revealing many of the tricks of the trade used by the big productions, is the other half. With examples of actual productions gone awry, combined with qshould haves, q this book is a qmust haveq for a successful filmmaking experience.The aUnder the Walnut Treea production had made the decision to build a dolly. ... to mind; what would it have cost to have on the truck a doorway dolly, speed wheels and three or four lengths of industry standard dolly track to use as needed ?
|Title||:||A Gaffer's Perspective on Independent Filmmaking|
|Author||:||Rick M. Lord|
|Publisher||:||Universal-Publishers - 2011|