Why You Should Go Ahead and Shoot Your First Feature Film Without a Budget.

No Budget? No Problem!

If any of you have seen my first feature film “The Garden’s Keeper” you would notice that it’s very low-budget. 750 dollars total budget. It’s crazy, I know, but failing to secure funds taught me more than I would have learned if I had more money. I’m not saying more money is bad. Your first film is…

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Adrian Pedrin Valencia

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Film Director | Obsessed with Light | Video Gamer | Creator | Marketing Enthusiast |

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