18 Lessons From Making An $8000 Feature Film|Resident Movies

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In this Film Courage video diary, Louisiana-based filmmakers Joe Badon, Daniel Waghorne, and Joseph Estrade of THE GOD INSIDE MY EAR talk about making their indie film for $8,000. WATCH THE TRAILER TO ‘THE GOD INSIDE MY EAR’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep65Yk-WzSc https://vimeo.com/231034691 CONNECT WITH ‘THE GOD INSIDE MY EAR’ https://www.thegodinsidemyear.com https://www.facebook.com/thegodinsidemyear CONNECT WITH JOE BADON http://joebadon.blogspot.com http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5833585 https://www.facebook.com/joebadonartist https://twitter.com/joebadon CONNECT WITH DANIEL WAGHORNE http://www.adventuresofdaniel.com http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3605391 https://www.facebook.com/letstakephotos https://www.instagram.com/danielshootspeople https://www.youtube.com/user/danielwaghorne CONNECT WITH JOSEPH ESTRADE https://www.josephestrade.com http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2399355 https://www.facebook.com/josephestrade https://www.instagram.com/Vegaluxx https://twitter.com/vegaluxx https://www.youtube.com/user/josephjudeestrade CONNECT WITH FILM COURAGE http://www.FilmCourage.com http://twitter.com/#!/FilmCourage https://www.instagram.com/filmcourage https://www.facebook.com/filmcourage http://filmcourage.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/filmcourage BUSINESS INQUIRIES http://bit.ly/22M0Va2 SUBSCRIBE TO THE FILM COURAGE YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://bit.ly/18DPN37 LISTEN TO THE FILM COURAGE PODCAST https://soundcloud.com/filmcourage-com PROMOTE YOUR MOVIE, WEBSERIES, OR PRODUCT ON FILM COURAGE http://bit.ly/1nnJkgm SUPPORT FILM COURAGE http://www.patreon.com/filmcourage Stuff we use: CAMERA - This is the camera we have used to film 90+% of our interviews (over 200 interviews and counting) It continues to be our workhorse - http://amzn.to/2u66V1J LENS - Most people ask us what camera we use, no one ever asks about the lens which filmmakers always tell us is more important. This lens was a big investment for us and one we wish we could have made sooner. Started using this lens at the end of 2013 - http://amzn.to/2tbtmOq AUDIO Rode VideoMic Pro - The Rode mic helps us capture our backup audio. It also helps us sync up our audio in post http://amzn.to/2t1n2hx Audio Recorder - If we had to do it all over again, this is probably the first item we would have bought - http://amzn.to/2tbFlM9 LIGHTS - Although we like to use as much natural light as we can, we often enhance the lighting with this small portable light. We have two of them and they have saved us a number of times - http://amzn.to/2u5UnHv COMPUTER - Our favorite computer, we each have one and have used various models since 2010 - http://amzn.to/2t1M67Z EDITING - We upgraded our editing suite this year and we’re glad we did! This has improved our workflow and the quality of our work. Having new software also helps when we have a problem, it’s easy to search and find a solution - https://goo.gl/56LnpM *These are affiliate links, by using them you can help support this channel. #filmmaking #filmmaker #film
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The Film Look
Loving the longer content. Awesome video as usual!
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Slothrox
Why is this channel not more popular? There is soooo much valuable information in these interviews.
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majd fayad
i love you film courage
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TBarton002
Very informative! But am I the only one that heard him say $4000 budgeted for food for a 13 day shoot?? That's $300 a day! What were they eating? haha
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Francis Brothers Films
This is very cool. Love when groups get together, just make a movie and do it for no money. Great job! The flick looks amazing as well.
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Taraq Qureshi
Reminds me of the all things we had to do to plan, prepare and execute to get our first feature made. Well done!! to Josh, Daniel, and Joseph and the rest of your team.
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Alessandra Carrillo
I'm so happy seeing this video , I'm going to study visual arts because I cannot study cinematography ): , but anyways i believe that is going to help me a lot :)
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Samantha Su
SO Damn helpful, hope I saw this earlier so i didn't have to learn that from experiences lol
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cinematic elements
This video is so amazing & so helpful, thank you! (More like this).
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Neoner Films
Congrats!!
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Lernen.Ohne. Angst.official
8:50, my favorite thing....I call them "Happy Accidents" :)
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John Smith
As someone who is looking to shoot their own short script this video was super helpful. 👍
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i .candy
His voice sounds like John Lasseter
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Imani Adrea
This was really inspiring!
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Holly Hargreaves
I just watched the trailer. It looks great!👏👏👏
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nicolas Henry
Very informative !!
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James
Regardless, always leave a day for pick-ups.. no show actors, traffic, weather, equipment failure, scene change, etc.
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Hack My Control System
Solid gold advice. Even more so on micro budget films without trained actors.
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TECH 3
hi i dont have any gear right now ( except a point and shoot ) but i have a cool story .... and dont have any money to spend what should i do
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On The Trail With Cool Socks
Renting? to save money A discussion on that would be appreciated
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Chris Pettit
i'd like to see the story board.
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J Bartell
Great video!
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Royce Dudley
90 pages in 13 days is nothing new. It's expected for cable and VOD.
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C
Some real gems of advice here. Brilliant content.
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Nathan Jon
love this!  this is great and SO TRUE.  these guys did it how you MUST do it w/ no money. so smart.  Keep It Simple Stupid.  we just did the same thing: full feature, 14 days, 2 lights, 5 people...  and a motorcycle. storyboard. get it all while you're there. be prepared and be fast. write for what you can shoot. if you can't get a location, re- write for a location you CAN get (this can be a HUGE bummer and can totally suck when a location you REALLY want doesn't come thru, but there's more than one way to skin a cat - or so the saying goes...GET CREATIVE). And  know BEFORE you get there (locations)  - don't leave it to chance. be precise and as calculated as you can be.