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Indie Movie Making – Personal Creative Goals

May 12, 2010 by  
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Indie movie making, also known as independent filmmaking, is much more about creativity and short films than Hollywood productions. Most indie movie making projects wind up being about social issues and documentary-style projects that are less fictional or at least reality-based fiction of some kind. An independent film can be anything that you want it to be, and you need to take stock of your personal creative goals in order to become successful in your film production. Low budget movies don’t have to be bad movies. In fact, some of the best movies ever made were done on small budgets. You just have to know how to make an impression and market yourself and your film.

When it comes to indie movie making, there are many different ways to increase interest in your projects. One of the best resources for low budget films and independent movies is the online viral video. YouTube is the perfect place to promote your indie movie making project, because you can show clips, trailers, interviews, and even just talk about your movie in the videos that you post. This will get people interested and help increase your traffic so that your movie gets more exposure.

These indie movie making projects are creatively independent, which means that all of the decisions are up to you. If you don’t want to compromise your filmmaking by giving into the whims of whatever Hollywood wants, you can count on independent films to let you have creative control of the entire project. Of course, an independent film is no good if it isn’t noticed. It’s nice to think that the satisfaction and accomplishment of getting a movie produced is enough, but that’s rarely the case. Every indie movie making project is an attempt to gain the most opportunities and interest possible in the hopes that the movie will be wildly successful.

Indie movie making is very personal and different for everyone. However, you need to take advantage of all of the resources that you can find so that you can make the most of your film projects,indie movie making projects, no matter what they might be. You can take your finished film to many film events and independent film festivals to have it shown in the hopes that it will generate a substantial following. Of course, if you don’t have the right foundation or take advantage of resources like YouTube to promote your you won’t get far at all.

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17 Responses to “Indie Movie Making – Personal Creative Goals”
  1. James Barnes says:

    Indie films are really gaining attention today because it tackles current issues. The directors are also very creative and not afraid to express their ideas and opinions. Indie films is a good way for new directors to introduce themselves.

  2. Thanks Mike! These are truly invaluable pieces of advice for an independent film director. YouTube can be a powerful tool for promoting your movie.

  3. James Cooper says:

    I completely agree with what you said. Independent movie making implies that you don’t have much money for your project so you have to resort to as many innovative and cheap methods to shoot your movie and get publicity for your film.

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