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If you were making a film, and starting from zero, what is the minimum across the board, that might enable the creation of a worthwhile film?
So for example, one set or two? One actor or two, or three? An iPhone or would it have to be a better camera? One lens? One light, no lights? Crew? Just a cameraman/DP and audio recorder? Etc. But then what about length of script, is a 2 minute film interesting or does that sound too limiting, is a 10 minute film better or is it only worthwhile if it’s a feature?
A follow up to this is, what is worth prioritizing and putting extra money toward? For example, you might have your bare minimum situation, but then if you have a set designer on board, or a certain camera, or a certain lighting rig for your set, then you can make something really worthwhile perhaps?
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