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The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook 3rd Ed by Chris Jones & Genevieve Jolliffe

The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook is the ulitimate guide to low-budget movie-making in the UK and around the world. It's a rich and vibrant mixture of no-nonsense technical guidance, inspirational case studies, hot tips, contracts, forms documents and even free filmmaking software.

The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook, now in its THIRD major edition was written by Chris Jones and Genevieve Jolliffe, veterans of independent filmmaking in the UK. The authors tell the story of how they made three low budget feature films, worked with Oscar-nominated actors, and Harrison Ford's brother, received a royal audience at the Palace, became a target for Turkish terrorists and ended up in a police cell - yet lived to tell the tale. Crammed with all the information you need to know, this lavishly illustrated book explodes industry myths and is the ideal companion for evbery independent producer. The whole filmmaking process is documented through over 150 interviews with leading experts in every field, from conception through to completion, distribution and beyond. The interviews are both easy to read and in depth, ensuring the film maker is forewarned and forearmed at every step of the process. On the accompanying disk are all the forms and legal contracts you will need for your prodcution, plus filmmaking software and other goodies.

The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook pulls no punches and is THE definitive guide - buy it and save yourself thousands of pounds.

Publisher: Continuum, London and New York

ISBN: ISBN 082647988X

Published date: 2006

Country of origin: UK & US content

Subject area: Low Budget Feature Filmmaking

3rd Edition fully updated and revised with over 150 industry expert interviews, plus CD with forms, contracts and software.

768 pages in ten sections covering - Training - Concept - Screenplay - Finance - Pre Prodcution - Production - Post prodcution - Sales & Distribution - What's Next - Case studies

Everything you felt you needed to know about filmmaking at entry level from 'A' and 'B' Rolls to Zooms and everything in between. At £25 it has to be the cheapest film school in the UK. Go from cover to cover and you could emerge as a master of filmaking.