Incredible Review of Naked Filmmaking from UK Reader!

Published On March 18, 2013 | By Mike Carroll | Books, Naked Filmmaking

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 typed in “Naked Filmmaking” to see how my book looked on the British site. What first caught my eye was that it had 2 reviews. This is for the first edition of Naked Filmmaking, which has 19 reviews.

I scrolled down to discover that these were both reviews written on Amazon UK by Amazon UK customers. I’d never read these before.

This one was written 0ne-and-a-half years ago by “Mr. M.R. Wall.” I don’t know who this is, but I was so blown away by his words that I shamelessly could not help but reprint them here on the site for other readers and followers.

And the review that follows Mr. M.R. Wall’s review is pretty awesome, too!!!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At last, a book for the lone-filmmaker. 12 Sep 2011
By Mr. M. R. Wall
Format:Kindle Edition
After buying and reading scores of books on low budget filmmaking, I was growing quite disheartened at the amount of information that would fill the pages that just wasn’t relevant to me. Then I stumbled across this book by mistake by reading that the author was the director of Dog Soldiers, and then realising that HIS Dog Soldiers was about New York Dog Walkers and NOT Werewolves in the Scottish Highlands, I carried on reading. This book is by far, THE BEST BOOK I have EVER read about low budget filmmaking, especially for those who write, produce and film their own projects. His personal accounts are SO enlightening, the recommendations of materials and equipment are spot-on and his advice just makes plain-perfect-sense.
Ignore all the other books out there about low-budget filmmaking if it’s just YOU who is responsible for making your film, Mike Carroll shows you how to do it.

Thank you, Mr. M.R. Wall.

If you ever find this site, please e-mail me so I can thank you personally.

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Mike Carroll joined the digital revolution in 1999 with a Sony TRV900 camcorder and Final Cut Pro, when it was only Final Cut Pro and not version 2, 4 or a Suite.

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