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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Comeau View Post
    Oh, well we got them pizza...

    And we had drinks at the house we were at...

    So about 25-30 bucks.
    That's all it takes...

    Pizza goes a long way.


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    $15 at Five Guys Burgers (the best burger you will EVER eat)
    $5 for the tulips
    $2 for the green pepper and onions
    (then I cooked the pork and the rice meal in the movie, and after the shot, we all ate a nice hot dinner)
    $20 Gas card for my actor

    I guess it was all on food since we did all of the work and had our own lights.
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    For a 1 day shoot...

    $200 for my actors (it felt great to pay them!)
    $50 for food, water and snacks (the crew and actors were so surprised the craft service table. After all, they are theatre folks and rarely get any treatment)
    $150 on candles, candle goblets, candle stands, and the lit water fountain.
    $3 for the silk bed scrim (Salvation Army!)
    $50 for garter belt, stockings, bra, and panties


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    of course we are not including the $10 - 30K worth of equipment most of us own or our friends donate :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by bosindy View Post
    of course we are not including the $10 - 30K worth of equipment most of us own or our friends donate :-)
    LOL! Speak for yourself!

    I used the relatively cheap Canon HV20, rented the lights and a mic, and used my homemade dolly which cost me about $300.00 to build.

    I wish I KNEW friends with that kind of equipment to borrow. Maybe if I lived out in L.A.

    Maybe someday...



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    PS- I made your quote list!

    Sweeeeeet......


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    Quote Originally Posted by bosindy View Post
    leather slave hood - $185
    rubber fist - $35
    fedora - $50
    arts and crafts baby simp hood - $50
    baby carriage rental - $20
    trunk - $20
    Photos of simp graduation and frame - $30
    mic and light rental - $120
    food - $150
    travel and expenses for cast/crew $250
    gels and diffusion $70
    misc $20


    total $1,000

    I am sure I am forgetting something.
    Yeah but is it really fair to count stuff you'll keep for your own personal use after filmming any way.

    ... As for the budget of my short. $75K.
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    Too much?
    A couple hundred.












    Couple hundred on food.
    Couple hundred on material for set.
    Couple hundred on machines to make snow and haze.
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    About $20 worth of melons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Daniel Stanley View Post

    ... As for the budget of my short. $75K.
    Dude! I can't wait!
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