This week I am joined by filmmaker and film professor Marc A Hutchins, known for his directorial feature films Crossing Streets and Where Are You, Bobby Browning?
After producing and directing numerous independent film titles – including a $300,000 feature – Marc decided to scale down his production approach and embrace the micro-budget realm. This resulted in the creation of a brand new feature film, shot for just $30,000 over the course of 12 days.
Throughout the interview we chat about Marc’s philosophy on independent film, the benefits of working on a smaller canvas, what filmmakers can learn by teaching film, and much more.
This is Episode 151: Shooting a $30,000 Feature Film In 12 Days With Director Marc Hutchins
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