This article was written by Kevin L. Powers.
“Producing a low budget (or in some cases no-budget) independent film is a lot of work especially when you consider all the creative and technical people needed to make it a reality. Making a “good” film is even harder because so many individuals need to be brought together in order to craft a single cohesive product – a singular vision of which usually starts from the imagination of the producer.
This vision is than passed down to the rest of the production crew, so, in order to produce a good film you need to be aware of some of the elements of being a good producer.”
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