Join Eduardo Angel for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding your target audience, part of Video Post Production for Low-Budget Films.
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- What is considered, like, a low-budget average…Hollywood film can cost about 50 million dollars…just to produce, and film studios treat…every movie as a different brand.…Within weeks, an entire marketing worldwide campaign…needs to be planned, launched, and measured.…This obviously costs a lot of money,…often as much or even more than producing the movie itself.…Ultra-low budget productions simply cannot afford…to do that, so we need to rely on creativity…instead of money and do most…of the heavy lifting ourselves.…
Just be aware that for the marketing…of your film, you will spend a lot…of time handcrafting your marketing efforts.…Online forums that specialize on the genre…of your movie are full of very cool people…who are willing to provide valuable feedback…and resources and even give you a hand…promoting your film, obviously if they like it.…We tested multiple social media platforms…and online communities, always keeping an eye…on our extremely limited budget.…We found great resources on Slated.…
Slated offers a system that scores projects…
Emmy-winning director Eduardo Angel knows filmmakers can be overwhelmed by the amount of post-production options. In this course, he takes you behind the scenes, sharing insights to help you maximize your post-production process while minimizing the impact to your budget. Eduardo focuses on the essential post-production steps and how to implement technical and creative solutions that help accomplish your vision. He shows you an entire post-production process, including planning, editing your film, working with a composer, adding audio, working with color, and distributing your project.
- Selecting an NLE (nonlinear editor)
- Preparing assets for editing
- Storing and backing up your files
- Evaluating scenes and takes to make selections
- Fine-tuning the edit
- Enhancing the story with audio
- Working with a composer
- Finishing the piece with color grading
- Distributing your project