Writing the Micro Budget Film - 2014 Screenwriters World Conference Session
At a Glance
First things first, when it comes to film production, what’s considered low budget? In this recorded audio from the 2014 Screenwriters World Conference, a low budget film producer will explain the ins and outs of this unique way of making films.
You can’t depend on a visceral thrill ride when making independent movies, so how do you keep the audience engaged? Joe Aaron will discuss why your characters must be weird, sad, exciting or interesting enough to bring out emotions in your viewers.
Low budget films are about people – this audio session provides instruction on writing an interesting main character and dialogue that moves your film forward without boring your audience.
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Meet the Author: Joe Aaron
Joe Aaron is the writer / producer / director of the feature film Crazy Jones, which ran on the Showtime Network, and was the winner of many awards, including Audience Choice Best Feature at Cinequest International Film Festival.
He worked in television for many years as a promotions and segment writer for HBO, Cinemax, Comedy Central, and E!
He is best known as the co-creator of Disney's Doug and is the co-author of children's book, "Doug's Big Shoe Disaster."
Joe is featured in two documentaries: Dreams on Spec and Autism: the Musical. His current projects ...