These days everybody has film ideas. The thing is, ideas do not carry much value. It is execution. How can you tell a good idea from a bad idea? And what do you do once you have a good idea?
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Filmmakers, nothing of major significance happens unless you have a clear understanding of your goals. And big goals always consist of smaller tasks.
Serious indie filmmakers stop at noting until the movie is actually in the can – or these days – in your hard drive. Still if you’ve been working to make movies for any length of time, you know there are days when you hit obstacles, sometimes so seemingly insurmountable that you just want to give up on your project. Don’t do it!
This filmmaking question came from one of our readers named Paul. He wondered how to make a movie on a shoestring. So I put together five workable tips…
Regardless of what tactics you utilize to raise the production value, just remember that telling a story should be your primary focus. Each fancy camera move, the colors you choose, the format, locations and your choice in actors should all be motivated by the story, and not your deep rooted need to use a neat-o tool just because you have it.