The article is from a local paper, and is poorly written.
I know there's lots of low budget shoots going on, but, never hurts to learn about another one. The director's showreel is interesting (http://ths.thijsbazelmans.com/), the producer is new.
Might be interesting to follow these people's journey and see how they do!
News for Pawleys Island, Litchfield and Murrells Inlet
Murrells Inlet: Filmmakers have low budget, but high hopes. By Jason Lesley Coastal Observer. The producer and director of a low-budget movie titled “Civilized” are planning a casting call for extras next month when they visit Murrells Inlet to scout for film locations.
Rather damning article about the state of things in the UK for filmmakers.
Britain has Film Making Talent but it’s left at The Borderlands of the Industry (18.07.2014)
At the mid-point of the year many people are constructing their top five films of 2014 thus far. One of mine is a film that few people will have heard of and even fewer will have seen, namely the British ‘found footage’ horror, The Borderlands.
15 years later!
How “The Blair Witch Project” changed movie marketing forever
15 years ago this week, film fans were abuzz over the release of a low-budget horror flick that had come from nowhere to take the multiplex by storm. Shot with a handheld camera and made for a shoes…
It looks like a crowdfunding site specifically for film projects.
Seed and Spark is an one-stop shop where filmmakers can crowdfund, distribute, and interact with their audience and the broader independent film community. Seed&Spark seeks to…