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January 21, 2004

Sundance Goes Really Low Budget

I unintentionally deleted my original post, so now I'll just link and comment. Wired reports the story of Jonathan Caouette, an independent filmmaker debuting Tarnation at this year's Sundance Film Festival. What makes the story incredible is that Caouette made the film for a grand total of US$218.32, using Apple's easy-to-use editing program, iMovie. Gus Van Sant and Jonathan Cameron Mitchell have expressed interest in the film.

For more information about Tarnation, check out cinema minima, a useful digest for movie makers, filmmakers, and digital video makers.

Posted by chuck at January 21, 2004 1:35 AM

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Thank you for recommending Cinema Minima!

Posted by: AUSTIN at January 21, 2004 4:14 PM

No problem, I really like the site. Do you know anyone who has seen "Cinema Minima?"

Posted by: chuck at January 21, 2004 5:09 PM

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