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No Budget Film Festival ~ Sept 28th & 29th


The Fourth Annual No Budget Film Festival is Sept 28th (Panel Day) and Sept 29th (Screening and Gala). We also have no budget, so this festival is near and dear to our hearts. In general the idea of creating real films on super limited budgets is one that needs more exploration and attention, so please read below for info about the Festival...

Panel Day: Bonus Features

Sat 9/28



El Cid

4212 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90029


Filmmakers discuss what happens after the creation of a successful short film. From career opportunities, to false starts, to ways to maximize festival or internet buzz, join some of the industry’s most engaging new creators as they discuss how they got there.


Augmented reality, evolving cameras, innovations in light- these aren’t just pitches for your next sci-fi project. The tools behind the tech are opening revolutionary new doors for how people tell visual stories. Representatives from rapidly expanding technology fields join artists to forecast how filmmaking will merge with tech for captivating new projects. Featuring augmented reality firm Daqri.


From independent screening tours to digital routes, distribution is changing before our very eyes. Leading industry voices discuss the new and evolving distribution channels available to alternative storytellers.

and the Screening and Gala info below:

Fourth Annual No Budget Film Festival Screening and Gala/Awards Ceremony

Sunday 9/29

5:30pm red carpet

6:00pm check In

6:45pm Doors

7pm Screening

$15 Screening/$10 Gala/$25-45 package for both + food/drink

The Vista Theater

4473 Sunset Dr Los Angeles, CA 90027



Secret location (revealed only to ticket buyers)


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