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William Alexander ...
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Have you wanted to go to film school but can't find the time and money? Be a part of "Indie Film School", an ongoing series that will teach you about all the aspects of independent filmmaking! Shown by experts in each field, you will get the equivalent of a full on-set experience, learning proper lighting, sound, stunts, FX makeup, set designing, cinematography, and more. Learn the pros and cons of all the newest film equipment directly from the people that are using them. With behind the scenes exclusives, in-the-field training, and step-by-step instructions, "Indie Film School" is the place for you. Written by Indie Film School

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Informative and Engaging
7 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I enjoy this show, because it gives you a true inside look at independent filmmaking. I enjoy watching indie films, and Indie Film School gives a lot of insight as to how they're made. There aren't many shows like this. Sure, there are short YouTube videos talking about different aspects of filmmaking, but it is great hearing from so many people working in the industry. It's less film school and more real world film sets. Even when a subject is revisited, it's usually with new speakers, so the info is always fresh. If you like independent films, whether you work in them or just watch, this show is definitely worth checking out.


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