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    Films that made you believe you could make a feature film
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    I saw La Jette ( not a feature) in high school at a local university and I realized that film might be technically possible for someone far away from big cities to make.


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    Anyone can make a movie, at almost any budget. Making a GOOD film is very different.


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    The Blair Witch Project.

    Grabbed my Sony Hi8 and ran into the woods...then got scared and ran back out.


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    Jack jules esther and me.

    A crappy indy I AD'd for an exploitative a-hole director 8 years ago. I realized I should be helming sets instead of him and that there was no special requirement to do so
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    stranger than paradise - worked at a theatre where it was showing. watched it many times. thought - one shot, locked off, no coverage. wow. awesome. let me try.


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    Tangerine (which is probably a bit of a cliché).

    I didn't necessarily think I could make a feature, but it was my first real exposure to low-budget filmmaking—or at least the first time I became aware of the fact that the economics of filmmaking were within reach to a much wider group than before.


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    NorBro, I had the same reaction on my first Albert Pyun movie.


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    Wow, I never bothered to check who made some of my favorite Jean-Claude Van Damme movies...that dude worked on a lot of films.

    EDIT --> Actually it appears he just made one JCVD movie, ha.


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    The two films I worked on were actually pretty fun productions.


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    I thought about remaking "When Harry met Sally" in one day.


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