Whether your goal is to break into Hollywood or the local film festival, post to the Internet, or simply to prove to everyone (and yourself) that you were meant to make films. Stop banging your head against the wall -- Make Your Movie Yourself! qNaked Filmmakingq is newly revised a expanded for DSLR filmmakers, with more than 50% more information than the first edition of Naked Filmmaking (first edition contained 65, 000 words - new edition contains over 101, 000 words) and over 100 new photographs. One-Man Filmmaker MIKE CARROLL guides you through his proven step-by-step process of how to single-handedly make a feature-length film without going bankrupt in the process. Mike has single-handedly made three features as writer-producer-director-cinematographer-sound recordist-editor, all of which have played in film festivals on the big screen. Mike shows step-by-step how to: Write a script that you can afford to make. Cast a direct actors. Choose cameras a lenses. Shooting methods a lighting. Know the difference in microphones a record perfect sound. Editing - it's more that just cutting shots together. Finding music a creating sound effects. Build a website to promote your film, design a poster a publicity for festivals. Self-distribute your film to the world. aThis is not so much a How-To book for making movies, because there are plenty of those out thereaalmost all of which seem to say the same thing. This is a How-I-Do book, how I make a filmafrom concept to production to editing to how I design the poster for screeningsabecause I think my method is quite a bit different from most other filmmakers. And a heck of a lot less expensive!a Mike even includes detailed budget breakdowns of his two feature films to show exactly how you can make a movie for $10, 000 - or $6, 000 - or less! 20-page screenplay extract - with frame blow-ups - from Mike's film qNightbeats.q Illustrated with over 250 photographs.This is a How-I-Do book, how I make a filmafrom concept to production to editing to how I design the poster for screeningsabecause I think my method is quite a bit different from most other filmmakers.
|Title||:||Naked Filmmaking: How to Make a Feature-Length Film-Without a Crew-For $10,000-$6,000 Or Less Revised and Expanded for DSLR Filmmakers|
|Publisher||:||Createspace Independent Pub - 2013-03-13|