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Published on Mar 26, 2010
'Low budget doesn't mean low quality' was our mantra during the production. One of the keys to this was to shoot using 35mm lenses. This has recently become a much more viable option, and camera operator Roger Marshall discusses the pros and cons and also the camera and tapeless workflow used. Director of Photography Anna Carrington describes the impact shooting through 35mm lenses had on the lighting. And there is also information on how the sound was recorded and make-up. Finally, the cast discuss how they approached their roles and worked with the director
All of this and more is contained in episode four of 'How to Make a Next-to-Nothing Budget Feature Film' a seven part weekly series that explores 40 key factors involved in low budget film production by means of interviews with principle members of cast and crew, excerpts from the award winning film 'Ambleton Delight' and behind-the-scenes footage and photographs.