5 Reasons Why the Recession Could be Good for Your Filmmaking Career

by Peter D. Marshall

Read this article from Film Festival Secrets.

“With each week’s report on the world economy looking grimmer than the last, there are a lot of reasons to be depressed. Layoffs are rampant, credit has dried up, and just the simple act of listening to NPR on the way home from work makes me want to hole up in my house with a shotgun, some Pop-Tarts, and my Roku player. For indie filmmakers used to making something out of nothing, however, it’s business as usual — and it may even be a better environment for those who know how to operate on the cheap.”

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