Low-Budget Filmmaking Tip #78


If you can hear “Quiet on the set!” before a take, then that includes you.

And in a sort of converse kind of way, “quiet on the set” should probably only be used right before shooting, otherwise people stop paying attention.

But that’s probably not a problem.

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