by Dana Loberg.
While attending the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, I saw how much technology has democratized the film-making process. The modern exploration of filmmaking is all about breaking the rules.
Technology has allowed the average person aspiring to be a filmmaker to do the following: raise money, shoot, and produce the film that once only lived in their dreams.
With new technologies and tools readily accessible to everyone who can get their hands on them, independent films have seen quite an explosion in the last couple years; over 12,000 films were submitted to Sundance this year, up from 9,000 in 2010.
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