Monthly Archives: "March 2013"

Carl Olson invited me to be his guest on the most recent show of the Digital Convergence Podcast for Episode 115: The Age of the Indie with his co-hosts Chris Fenwick of chrisfenwick.com and Planet...

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“I calculated that I could make a feature film for about $10,000. By projecting about the amount of film I’d shoot, figuring that I could get actors to work for practically nothing. You know, at...

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This is the kind of reader response that authors dream of and kill for! I was looking for the DVD of an obscure British movie on the Amazon UK site and, as an afterthought, I...

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Kelley DuHain in an image from a concept film for a future project. (My next film? Even I don't have the answer for that.)

Making a “Concept Film”

March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

In my book Naked Filmmaking (both the first edition and the newly revised edition now out on Amazon) I stress the value of trying out ideas for a movie in a “Concept Film.” When starting...

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It’s almost exactly three years to the day since the publication of my first book Naked Filmmaking: How To Make A Feature-Length Film – Without A Crew – For $10,000 Or Less. And last night I...

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One thing I love about working in TV news is that almost every day when I come into work I never know what I’m going to be doing. This was the case last Thursday when...

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