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"It takes a special person to direct a movie, but it takes an even greater person to inspire others to direct their own movie, and Jim was an inspiration to me. Everyone should be so lucky to be a part of his crew. If you don't get a chance to work on set with him, you should at least pick up a copy of his book, Filmmaking on a Low Budget-- a Re-e-e-e-eally Low Budget."
--Diana Bigham, writer/director

"I loved it, I didn't didn't put it down once. This is the most important piece of a wanna be filmmaker's education. If you didn't cover it we don't need to know it!"
--Carl Langley, actor/filmmaker
Filmmaking on a Low Budget-- a Re-e-e-e-eally Low Budget
is the title of filmmaker Jim DeVault's latest book, and the title says it all. This is a book for the aspiring filmmaker who wants to create that motion picture masterpiece, get it in front of an audience, and how to do it on the lowest budget possible. As a filmmaker with several low budget features to his credit in distribution, he knows what he is talking about.

It doesn't promise you will win an Oscar, or even come close, but presents realistic ways to achieve your goals by adapting to your situation, rather than changing your situation to acheive your goals. In other words, it's not about raising funds to make your film, it's about making your film with what you have.

If you are thinking about beginning a career in filmmaking, this is a great primer to get you off on the right foot.

Paperback, 130 pages, ISBN 1492172464
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