February 21, 2019

The Making Of A $50,000 Feature Film, Executive Produced By The Duplass Bros

On this week’s episode, I interview two amazing filmmakers - Hannah Black and Megan Petersen - who are in post-production for their $50K micro-budget feature Drought. Having never made a feature before, they were able to write an incredible script, raise $25K in crowdfunding through Seed & Spark, and an additional $25K through the Duplass Brothers who are Executive Producers on the project.

Over the course of the interview we cover their entire process from A to Z - From the development of their first screenplay draft to shooting the movie in 18 days, and pushing through post-production with their sights set on a festival run - Not letting anything stop them along the way, including a massive hurricane that hit in the middle of production!

Links from the show:

Mark Duplass SXSW Keynote - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZeWOAliA6Y

Hannah on Facebook - http://facebook.com/hannahblack

Hannah on Instagram - http://instagram.com/hannahfrazelleblack

Megan on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/megan.petersen.545

Megan on Instagram - http://instagram.com/megan.petersen.ilm

Drought The Movie on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droughtthemovie

Drought The Movie on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/droughtthemovie

Drought The Movie on Twitter - https://twitter.com/droughtthemovie

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