How to make films with no money: Blog by Preston director

Posted on - 18th February, 2014 - 10:31am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, University campus



This is an interesting read for any hard up prospective film makers.

‘7 Steps to Making a Movie on no Money’ is a fascinating and informative look at nil budget film making by Preston film maker MJ Dixon.

Mycho Pictures debut feature film Creepsville was shot for nothing on a budget of £0 in Preston. The the first independently none funded Feature Film Presentation from Mycho Pictures. Put together by hard work, determination and for love of the Horror genre.

Directed By MJ Dixon, a graduate of Film Production and Screenwriting from the University Of Central Lancashire with a National Diploma in Moving Image at Newcastle College.

Dixon runs his own production company Mycho Pictures, in Preston. A director and producer of over 25 short films, documentary projects and corporate videos. His two feature films Creepsville and Slasher House should be available soon.

Mycho Pictures was founded as a Short Film and Artistic label in 2004, its goal has always been to create the best possible product no matter the budget.

Creepsville was shot on the streets of Preston and feature couple Linden and Amy.

‘Linden and Amy’s relationship is in big trouble and after a night out they get into the wrong Taxi and thier night out soon descends into a night of terror when Linden finds himself waking up in park in the middle of a very dangerous estate.

It is now a race against time to save Amy and to make matters worse Linden is being pursued by blood thirsty, mask wearing maniacs. Time is running out… and the meter is ticking.’

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