Making a Film on a Micro Budget – Alumni Live from GVSU Film/Video
My Alumni chapter at GVSU has just started a new series called Alumni Live. I’m on the team producing the show. It will feature alumni and talk about their projects and they may give tutorials in the future too. Right now we’re featuring filmmakers who are talking about making a micro-budget filmmaker. Joel Potrykus is interviewing Charles Beale and Jake Bowen about their experiences making tiny budget films. Their festival is StudioFest. Ask your questions on Facebook or YouTube!
Also, scroll down for the first episode, featuring a music video about collaborating on a music video during the pandemic. I was the interviewer on that first episode!
Alumni Live: Making Films on a Micro Budget
Alumni Live: Collaboration During Pandemic
Our first episode was about making a music video during the pandemic. I talk to artist Callab and editor Sarah Ford about their work on Citizen. She edited the video on Premiere Pro.
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