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Making Independent Movies - The Women in Red

“Casting is storytelling”…Joss Weadon

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Making a film should be, in my humble opinion at least, as daring and as bold and as seemingly impossible as trying to catch lightning in a bottle. And when done right, the results are just as beautiful as what I would imagine lightning would look like, captured and bottled. But as difficult as that might seem, and I am no physicist...I’m pretty sure catching lightening is actually impossible. What I am really reaching for is the concept of setting your expectations really, really high and to not be afraid of that.

Monday, 10 December 2012 03:21

Very Independent Filmmaking, why?

So why make films?

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Allen Wolf, on the set of In My Sleep 2010

Why go to all the trouble and pain, why risk your money and your reputation and possibly your sanity?

Thursday, 27 September 2012 00:48

Very Independent Filmmaking >> Blog 2

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Story

Where there’s a film there’s a way, and where there’s a story there’s a writer.

As long as there is a story of course...

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