What Are You Willing To *Forgive* When It Comes To Watching No-Budget/Lo-Budget Films?

From Shadow and Act Tue Jan 29 2013, 13:15:32

This is independent filmmaking folks, where money is limited, budgets are anywhere from zero- to low-budget, so whenever I'm screening an indie feature, I'm more forgiving, you could say. I don't expect that every single aspect of production will be top notch. It's never really a surprise if some aspects aren't as strong as others. I understand that when you're working with a very limited budget, some things will likely suffer; you'll have to make adjustments and compromises. Not that all indie films are made equal. First of all, you'd have to define what exactly an indie film is, and that's a conversation the film community (both indie and...

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