7.31.2006

ON HINDSIGHT : Short Films

when folks mention tis a "short film", they might only mean the "duration" of the final product, rather than the scope and amount of effort involved in final expected product. and of coz "by default" when a "short film" is mentioned, it would normally mean: "no budget" and hence your fees are expected to be lowered accordingly.

on hindsight - let us all be fair to ourselves and check on the integrity of the production, the expectation and the requirements, before we'd lend a short-film-helping-hand for an obvious "commercial enterprise", rather than an actual true-blue "short film" by a budding/struggling filmmaker, shouldn't we?