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This Is What I Did While Making “Anna and Modern Day Slavery”

I started my IndieGoGo campaign during the first week of March and finished in the middle of April. Towards the end of March, my production designer and I began thinking about building a set while still looking for locations that had all we needed. From the very… Read more

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Pre-Production of My Low Budget Feature Film

At the early stage of production, my husband and I were covering all the production needs. At the same time, I was re-writing the script while running the campaign and working on my director’s notes. I’m one of those directors who need to have everything… Read more

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How I Made an Indie Feature Film on $12500 Budget: IndieGoGo Campaign

For me, it was a pretty emotional time, and I was either high or low. Being upbeat wasn’t easy, especially on days when nothing was happening to move us closer to closing the budget. There were moments when I even started looking for alternative ways… Read more

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How I Made an Indie Feature Film on $12500 Budget?

IT ALL STARTED WITH A DREAM Most of the filmmakers, I’ve met, dream of making a feature film. A film that would, and could, be the stepping-stone in their filmmaking careers. However, before that happens, filmmakers usually spend years making shorts, developing their skills in… Read more

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Practical Guide to Setting Up Crowdfunding Campaign

Perks It’s not easy to find a perfect balance between offering something that will be exciting and attractive to your potential supporters as well as affordable. A few ideas to get your imagination going: – Before you start working on your perks, check out what… Read more