Read The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook with CDROM by Chris Jones Online


The new edition of this best selling book is the ultimate guide to low budget movie making Chris Jones and Genevieve Jolliffe provide a step by step guide to all aspects of production, from copyright law to casting agents, directions to stuns, cash sources to distribution Case studies and a Producer s Toolkit with information on legal documentation, including blank forms and a complete budget breakdown make this an invaluable tool for any independent filmmaker....

Title : The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook with CDROM
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ISBN : 0826447139
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Continuum International Publishing Group 2nd edition August 2000
Number of Pages : 639 pages
File Size : 889 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook with CDROM Reviews

  • turtlex
    2019-05-21 13:51

    I'd have to agree with the previous reviewer that this is a PACKED volume of information. There is definitely a lot of information here.

  • HotShotAB
    2019-05-12 09:55

    After being highly recommended by other film makers, I had great expectations for this book. I found it to be mediocre. There are some tidbits of good information, but good luck keeping your eyes open long enough to find them. I expected all kinds of tips and tricks and to be honest I was pretty disappointed.

  • OverTheMoon
    2019-04-28 08:00

    Basically this book is a three part book. The start of the book goes into the film making process, what it is about, why bother and how to get started. It gives you a general air of what is going on before a film starts shooting.

  • Charles Henry Blackledge
    2019-05-13 09:53

    Though I found many aspects of this book helpful, I thought the book was too Oriented towards Filmmakers in the UK where much of their filmmaking industry is government subsidized. An aspring filmmaker in the US will not find many parts of this book useful (film lottery, and UK legal system). But the parts that are generic to all filmmakers are what makes the book worth buying.