In this article Pete Walton, director of the comedy movie Inverted, offers budgeting advice for those wishing to make a movie in several countries on a low budget. Pete managed to film Inverted in 5 countries for less than $7000.
In this article we ask Malcolm Deegan, writer and director of upcoming psychological horror movie Fractional, to share with us what he considers the key points that helped him see his vision make that tricky journey from script to production to completed film.
For this article we asked globetrotting filmmaker Maciej Kwiecinski of the Trolleywood School of Video to share with us some of the items he considers essential when on the move as a filmmaker.
Maciej has worked on productions as far flung as South Africa, Poland, Germany, the UK, the Netherlands, Greece and Serbia – the last 5 while working as director of photography on the indie comedy Inverted due for release later this year.
Ok, so you can’t afford Alec Baldwin for your film – and if your budget won’t stretch to a William, Stephen or even Daniel Baldwin, all is not lost as there may be other types of name you could get that might just give your movie that little bit of exposure.
This is an interesting one to begin with. First-time director Pete Walton is currently shooting his comedy movie Inverted in 5 countries across Europe – a somewhat epic scope for an indie. It follows the escapades of two friends as they journey around Europe in search of, well, themselves. It features David Masterson, who provided the voices for Kaleb Lechowski’s viral-sensation sci-fi short R’ha.