Disruptive Film-Making

by Peter D. Marshall

by Jessica Czeck.

In this TEDtalk, Swedish Guerilla Filmmaker Sebastian Lindstrom counteracts the criticism of a traditional film producer who told him, “don’t worry, when your organization grows bigger, you will be able to do things properly!”

In Lindstrom’s opinion, no amount of money, equipment, or talent can surpass the final product that disruptive film-making brings about. The film-maker, who has seen the world through the lens of his HD camera, shares his experience of how immersing into a culture precipitates films that tell a more genuine story, which will ultimately have a far greater impact than traditional film-making.

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