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    Attention, Filmmakers: Here's Why You Should Release Your Movie for Free

    "Making your movie available for free shouldn't be seen as a concession of failure."

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    This Cinematographer Created An Incredible DIY Camera Rig

    While shooting "Singapore Sling," DP Ivan Rodrigues designed a camera rig for around $100. Here's how and why he did it.

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    9 Tips for Getting the Best Performances in Micro-Budget Features

    There's a saying that 90 percent of directing actors is finding the right cast. While I don't entirely agree with that sentiment, it's repeated so often because there is an element of truth to it. Here are some tips to help with the casting process for your micro-budget feature.

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    He Said, She Said: How to Work with Your Spouse on an Indie Film and Not Kill Each Other

    Lawrence Michael Levine and Sophia Takal are both writers, directors and actors - and they're also married and occasionally work together. Read their hilarious tips on how to survive working with your spouse on an indie film set.

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    Why You Should Make a DIY Film That Matters

    Think you can't make a movie? Think again.

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    How to Make a Feature Film for $10,000 (Hint: Look on Craigslist)

    "You would be amazed at the film talent you can find on Craigslist."

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    What It's Like to be a Teenage Filmmaker

    If this 18-year-old from Detroit can make a movie, so can you.

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    How to Make a Found-Footage Horror Film That's Actually Scary

    "Brew House" will be the first found-footage film to be made in 4K, but that's not what will make it scary...

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    Attention, Filmmakers: Think Outside the Box When it Comes to Casting

    In a guest post, award-winning filmmaker Sean Mullin talks about casting his feature film debut "Amira & Sam": "The best kept secret in the casting world is that all truly great actors are dying to challenge themselves with an exciting role."

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    How To Make the Jump from a Short to a Sundance Film Festival Feature

    "Turbo Kid" from the Montreal RKSS Collective made its World Premiere in the Midnight Section at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City. In a guest post, the writer-directors Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell write about bringing the post-apocalyptic, BMX-powered love sto...

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