If you are reading this review, I am going to assume that you are interested in making films and doing so with no budget. Well, if that’s the case, you will want to read this.
No Budget Film Making is just that…for people who are dead broke or close to it. I’m not talking about trying to make a film the likes of George Lucas. I’m talking about just trying to make an amateur production without going broke in the process. Today…nothing is cheap.
Well, this course is a must have for anybody who is looking to do the near impossible in an incredibly competitive industry. So let’s get to exactly what comes with No Budget Film Making.
First of all, one of the best things about this product is that it comes with free software for making your own films. You won’t have to shell out hundreds, if not thousands of dollars for post production expenses. The software alone makes this product worth the price. But it doesn’t end there.
The author of the book, learned his craft from film school…something in which he admits was overpriced and didn’t do the job it should have. So he took that training to the next level and is practically giving it away in this course. I’m sure the film school he went to isn’t happy about that.
In the course you’ll get the following:
• Advice from actual working professionals in the business.
• Essential moviemaking forms and contracts.
• A guide on how to break into Hollywood as a screenwriter.
• And everything that the author learned in film school.
So you understand what you’re actually getting here, a low end film school (the bottom of the barrel) costs about $8,000.
I won’t even go into what the elite schools cost.
In short, this product is beyond a steal. I’m not saying it’s going to turn you into a David Lynch (you need to supply some talent) but it WILL give you all the fundamentals that YOU will need to take your talent as far as it will go.
At the very least, please check out his site and see what he has to offer. Yes, I do get compensated if you purchase this course from me, but that compensation goes towards allowing me to review products that are really worth getting.
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