As I typed the first lines of our script, I knew there would be challenges beyond the technical but didn’t care. After leaving a six-year marriage & suffering from an annihilated heart as well as all the near-death experiences — imagined & real — that accompany rediscovering oneself at 35, there wasn’t much else to lose. I committed to sharing the cinematic dream at all costs. In terms of money, it cost somewhere around $800.
The most expensive line item for the film was an electric hot dog cart ($380 including bottles for ketchup & mustard). Continue reading... “The Real Cost of a Sub-$800 Oregon-Made 30-Minute Independent Dark Comedy”