SXSW: How to Make Something From Nothing, the No-Budget Way

SXSW: How to Make Something From Nothing, the No-Budget Way
Read More: Watch: Mark Duplass' SXSW Keynote Reveals Tips for Indie Success In the Something From Nothing -- The No-Budget Way workshop held at the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival this week, veteran indie filmmakers came together to discuss and demonstrate how to create a no-to-low-budget feature. The interactive workshop began with filmmaker Bryan Poyser ("Dear Pillow", "Lovers of Hate") introducing an exercise that is required for his film students at the University of Texas at Austin and Texas State University in San Marcos where he teaches screenwriting and directing. Poyser's third feature,"Love & Air Sex," which premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival as "The Bounceback," was released by Tribeca Films and is available on VOD. Poyser was joined in the exercise by Independent Spirit Award-nominated producer Megan Gilbride, who has produced several of Poyser's films, and is developing his next film, "San...
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