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Independent Film Making Comes Together Outside The Show Biz Industry

By Jeanne Carr

I am certain you already know that Independent movie making most often takes place outside of Hollywood, or other main studio systems. A completely independent film (or indie film) is really a movie originally produced without financing or distribution coming from a significant movie studio. Creative, business, and technological factors have contributed to the growth of the indie film scene in the late 20th and early 21st century.

Within the business side, the expense of big budget studio films also leads to traditional choices in cast and crew. There’s a tendency in Hollywood towards co-financing (over two-thirds of the films released by Warner Bros. in 2000 were joint ventures, up from 10% in 1987) A hopeful director is almost never given the opportunity to get a job on a big-budget studio film unless of course he or she has significant industry experience in film or television. Also, the studios hardly ever produce movies with undiscovered actors, specifically in lead roles.

Prior to the creation of digital alternatives, the price of professional film equipment and stock was also a hurdle to having the ability to produce, direct, or star in a traditional studio film. The price of 35 mm film is outpacing inflation: in 2002 alone, film negative costs were up 23%, reported by Variety.

Even so the advent of consumer camcorders in 1985, and more importantly, the arrival of high-resolution digital video in the early 1990s, have lowered the technology barrier to movie production significantly. Both production and post-production costs have been substantially lowered; today, the hardware and software for post-production can be installed in a commodity-based personal computer. Technological know-how such as DVDs, FireWire connections and non-linear editing system pro-level software like Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas and Apple’s Final Cut Pro, and consumer level software such as Apple’s Final Cut Express and iMovie make movie-making relatively inexpensive.

Ever since the development of DV technology, the methods of production have become more democratized. Filmmakers can conceivably shoot and edit a movie, create and edit the audio and music, and mix a final cut over a home computer. Nonetheless, as the method of production might be democratized, financing, distribution, and marketing remain tough to achieve away from the traditional system.

The majority of independent movie makers depend on film festivals to have their films noticed and sold for distribution. The appearance of web based video outlets for example YouTube and Veoh has further changed the motion picture making landscape in ways that are still being determined.

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