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What’s In Your Bag: Low Budget & Micro-Budget Film Expo
21 Mar 2017 : Katie McNeice
This event is a skills building and resource sharing event with open panel discussions and will take place on Monday April 1st from 10:00-16:00 in Filmbase, Templebar.

The event is divided into the panels outlined below, including confirmed speakers and vendors, with further speakers yet to be confirmed.

11:00am–12:00pm: Practical Filmmaking
A discussion of low budget & micro – budget tips, tricks, techniques, hacks, workarounds, and “green” filmmaking practices from both professionals and amateurs alike.  Whether you have a budget, a few bucks, a wish list, or just an idea, this is the time and place to come to hear experienced practitioners talk about their work and answer your questions.

(Panelists to be announced at a later date)

1:00pm–2:00pm: A Fistful of Euros
An in-depth look at all things money (funding, rentals, contracts, etc.) and promotion for low budget and micro-budget filmmaking.

Topics, rants, expert opinions, and questions may include:

  • Grants
  • Loans
  • Partnerships
  • In-Kind Support
  • Crowdfunding (Kickstarter), FundIt, etc.)
  • Nothing is More Expensive Than Free: Pay Your Crew vs. Not Paying Your Crew
  • Various Ways of “Paying” Your Crew
  • Equipment Rental
  • Post-Production Contracts
  • Music Licensing
  • Festivals
  • Distribution
  • Advertising

2:30pm–3:30pm: Putting It Out There
The art and craft of getting your work scene, making a name for yourself, and uplifting (promoting, and otherwise repaying) cast and crew members and others who have contributed to your success.

Topics, rants, expert opinions, and questions may include:

  • Festivals
  • Distribution
  • Advertising
  • Self-Promotion
  • Cast & Crew Promotion
  • Setting Up Your Next Project

Confirmed Panellists Include:

  • Rob Gill (Festival Organizer for the Richard Harris International Film Festival)
  • Milo Denison (Director of Photography & owner, D Studios Photography)
  • Gregory Burrowes (Location Sound Recordist)
  • Gary Boyd (Editor)

Confirmed Vendors Include:

  • Big Bear Sound
  • Film Equipment Hire Ireland
  • The Insurance Shop

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