The Complete Mark Duplass Filmmaking Bible on Becoming a Successful Director

by Peter D. Marshall

by Oakley Anderson-Moore.

You want to be a successful filmmaker, but you’re a nobody in nowheresville with no connections.

Well, the Duplass Brothers started out just the same way, and now they are admired, household names in the independent film world. How did they do it? On the ground at SXSW 2015, No Film School covered Mark Duplass’ entertaining keynote address on his career and compiled it into an easy-to-follow 9-step plan.

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Forrest@CapitalPartners July 8, 2015 at 9:31 PM

Find your key frames. Your film is only as good as your collaborators. The script is everything. You can ruin it, but no amount of great acting, clever camera work or editing will make it better than the script.

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