Step 3: budget

dont you wish you had 100's of thousands to spend on you movie and it still woudnt change youre econimical life at all. well thats to bad, because we dont. or adleast i dont, so we have to swerve round that obstacle without it harming our production as much as pooable. now thats almost impossable as with thousands of pounds you can buy dollies and top of the range HD camra's, proffesional actors and kick ass explosions were as we can bearly afford a camera at all. we are cheepskates, so we must get round this problem. use a skatebourd for a dolly, or a firework for a explosion. youse close friends for actors and try and get the best camera you can get without riuning the rest of your movie. i use the fingers of latex gloves filled with fake blood to make blood pacs, and throw a pile of dirt for a explosion. it works, aslongas you dont focas on it.basicly try and think of a cheap option compared to theproffesional one.
I love this guide, thank you for making it.<br><br>But I have one question:<br>If you copyright your movie and get trademarks and all of that stuff, how do you get legal permission for songs and the soundtrack? Do you have to contact the band's agent? Or...?
Before you can use any work that is in copyright, you must first get permission. Often that permission is not obtained directly from the creator, editor, recorder, performer or arranger of the song, but from an organisation that helps to deal with creative rights. but the original creator may have sold the rights to their work to another person or organisation. You will need to find out who that is so you can ask their permission. <br> <br>thank you for the comment (: <br> <br>