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How To: Win Film Festival Gold on a Shoestring

by Rebecca McQuigg Rigal

August 7, 2010
Affordable technology, low-to-no cost distribution channels like YouTube, and a proliferation of film festivals have all lead to the democratization of filmmaking. You don't need a blockbuster budget to make a good movie, but you'll still need skill and know-how. We recently turned to Jackson Adamsand Jenna Lyng, two award-winning young filmmakers and recent graduates of Emerson College, for some tips to make a quality movie on a shoestring budget.

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How To: Win Film Festival Gold on a Shoestring