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Date Posted: Mon March 16, 2009 22:34:40
Author: Erick
Subject: Hmm, heh, I only responded to the budget and actor part. . .
In reply to: Comicality 's message, "Now there's another concern to think about...." on Mon March 16, 2009 18:54:06

As for fight choreography. Again, 'volunteers' would be critical if you were shooting low-budget.

There are many fight choreographers (still in school or 'looking') who are looking to get their names 'out there', and many who would be willing to give their time to work on an 'independent film' (if that's what you wanna call it, heh) to get their work known. There's definitely talent out there to fish for. All it is is a bit of searching and homework.

Special effects, same thing. And we've gotten to the point where if you even look at some YouTube videos being made by like 9 year-olds who are editing and using special effects, and when you see their work and you really think about it, they aren't all that bad! Now think if you invested in a 'decent' special effects software that wasn't like super expensive (I'm not too familiar with that, so unless someone else with knowledge on that can speak up?).

Location permits, my friend has told me that a lot of the time, it's simply going to the city and requesting permission to use public locations for filming, and it can be free. This of course, depends on the location and city.

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  • puh... even short movies of independent filmmakers cost A LOT!!! -- Icedragon, Tue March 17, 2009 04:24:02

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