1. In the late 1980s and 1990s, there was a great movement in independent cinema of no-budget filmmaking that was the beginning for some of the most successful and popular filmmakers of the modern day. Let's take a look at five features from that movement and see what lessons we can learn on how to make a great film with as little money as possible.

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    Interviews/Documentaries-
    Good Taste Meets Bad Taste (1987) - http://bit.ly/2eHFh02
    The Making of El Mariachi- The Robert Rodriguez Ten Minute Film School - http://bit.ly/2fne18w
    Christopher Nolan on Following- Conversations Inside the Criterion Collection - http://bit.ly/1tNbuSH
    Richard Linklater on Slacker - http://bit.ly/2fD6INs
    Mark Kermode reviews Inglourious Basterds - http://bit.ly/2eHC8NX
    (and hello to Jason Isaacs...)

    Further Reading-
    Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez - amzn.to/2fpAjVJ
    Spike, Mike, Slackers, and Dykes by John Pierson - amzn.to/2fLXeyB
    The ABC's of No-Budget Filmmaking by Peter Broderick - http://bit.ly/2fDeG9t

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    YouTube- youtube.com/c/theroyaloceanfilmsociety

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