All posts tagged "low-budget"
Brooklyn’s Better: Lytehouse Studio Offers Cutting-Edge Production Facilities Without Skyline-High Manhattan RatesMarch 7, 2019
Even back then cheap apartments were hard to find in Manhattan,” says Peter MacNicol during his...
How They Did It: Juggling Three Hats to Make the 12-Day, Five-City Feature Toss ItMarch 15, 2018
How did Michele Remsen write, direct, produce, and act in her first feature film Toss It? Not a...
From Proof of Concept to Praise From King: How “Within the Woods” Gave The Evil Dead Creative and Financial LifeOctober 15, 2016
On October 15, 1981, director Sam Raimi, producer Robert Tapert and actor Bruce Campbell unveiled their...
A Low-Budget Superhero Movie? It’s Possible, Says the Director of Spaghettiman. Here’s HowSeptember 19, 2016
An average of 23 new superhero movies come out every week. And to be honest, I...
Stunts on a Budget: Basic Tips for Directing Indie Stunts, From the Director of Game of AcesAugust 30, 2016
Are you afraid of attempting stunts on your shoestring budget? Don’t be. Stunts are exciting to...
Articles - Cinematography
Shooting The Kitchen: Keeping one location visually interestingMarch 7, 2013
In early 2011, my longtime friend and collaborator, director Ishai Setton, told me about a (very)...