Tag: guerrilla tactics

Is Guerrilla Filmmaking For You? Discussion

Posted by Anthony - October 20, 2010 - Uncategorized

Recently in their newsletter, Shooting People sent a link to this discussion: Is Guerrilla Filmmaking For You? This fellow film blog, A Recipe to Ambleton Delight, discusses how, just because you have a guerilla crew, doesn’t mean that your film will benefit from the indie style. Both this article and the blog in general are [...]

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When "Safety First" becomes more than a Suggestion

Posted by Anthony - April 23, 2010 - Uncategorized

There is this great part of Jerry Seinfeld’s “I’m Telling You For The Last Time” standup set where he talks about warning labels and comments that the ONLY label warning that humans consistently pay attention to is “Dry Clean Only”. Low budget and guerrilla filmmaking is inherently risky. You are making due without the top [...]

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Indie Film Boot Camp Early Bird Discount EXTENDED!

Posted by Anthony - February 28, 2010 - Indie Film Bootcamp

Indie Film Boot Camp – Promo 2 from Anthony Artis on Vimeo. We know many of you don’t get paid until Friday, so by popular demand, we’ve extended the special Indie Film Boot Camp Early Bird Registration price of only $99.00 until Saturday, March 6th. Last chance to register for Indie Film Boot Camp for [...]

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New Excerpts from Ant’s Guerrilla Filmmaking Crash Course

Posted by Anthony - July 14, 2009 - Uncategorized

I have a confession to make…I am a dedicated film and video maker and have been for more than a decade now, but my current reality is that I have actually come to enjoy teaching others what I’ve learned through the years more than actually doing it. Don’t get me wrong, I still stay on [...]

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Down and Dirty DV Trick: Getting a dolly or crane shot with just a tripod.

Posted by Anthony - June 6, 2008 - Uncategorized

This simple technique epitomizes the Down and Dirty philosophy: Getting a high production value for your project at little or no cost by coming up with creative solutions. Using just a Mini Bogen or a similar video tripod and zooming all the way out (the wide end) of your digital video camera’s zoom lens, you [...]

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