Battling The Flood: Behind the Scenes of an Indie Thriller

Making a movie without the backing of a major studio is an immense undertaking riddled with challenges. But independent filmmakers accept these obstacles as a labor of love to bring their stories from script to screen. Limited budgets mean tighter control of finances and having to constantly find creative workarounds. Fewer resources require more self-reliance to coordinate complex logistics of filming on location, providing equipment, and problem-solving on the fly. Smaller teams handle an array … Read The Full Article