9 Top Things To Consider When Producing A Low Budget Film


Producing your own feature is a great way to break into the film industry. Microbudget film  is a good place to start. This loosely refers to films budgeted at under $100k. The WGA classifies low budget films as those budgeted at between $200k to $1.2million. So it depends on your definition of micro budget. Apart from…

Why You Should Write An Indie Film To Break Into The Industry


The feature film world has bifurcated into low and high budget films. Like most other industries, the middle is being squeezed out. Studios are producing fewer feature films (around 300 per year).  This creates fewer writing opportunities for both established and newer writers. The case is exacerbated for emerging writers trying to break in. Independent film is…