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Nuts and Bolts Filmmaking, an ideal book for the rapidly growing number of low-budget filmmakers, provides how-to information on the day-to-day techniques of actual low-budget production. Containing construction details describing how to replicate expensive tools for under $30 a piece, this book provides quick and inexpensive remedies to both the most common and most difficult production challenges. Nuts and Bolts Filmmaking is an invaluable resource to anyone looking to make a film without a big budget. * Achieve professional results with inexpensive materials from your local hardware store *A must-have reference for all low-budget and independent filmmakers * Time-saving tips and techniques with easy-to-follow photos
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Dan Rahmel (born 1972) is an American author best known for his work relating to Visual Basic and database servers.
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