How (not) to Make a Video Under 200 Euros
13:00 - 13:45
Felix Meritis (F10 Panel Room) | Keizersgracht 324, Amsterdam
If you own a relatively recent smart phone, a decent laptop and have a working brain, you have everything you need to make a great video. And if you're super smart, it doesn't even have to cost €200. Base your clip in a public space, or a piece of stunning countryside, a broken down church or a building site, a scrap yard or a boat dock (but be responsible and careful in such spaces), and then work out how to tell your story. If you want to hire a professional camera or create some crazy clothing or props or backdrops, you will need a bit of money, but what you need more than anything else is something that money cannot buy, inspiration and imagination. Next has brought together a crack team of some of the world's best and most creative video makers to help you take the next step into the audiovisual world.
Reza Dolatabadi (Rumble, GB)
Co-founded Rumble in 2014 with producer Fritzi Nicolaus, a production company based in London
Paul Geusebroek (Cake Film, NL)
Shoots video’s for very small budgets and long shooting periods. He also directs commercials for brands as NIke, Adidas, Pokemon etc.