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Camera Information for Low Budget Documentary Film


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#1 Mary Rutkovsky

Mary Rutkovsky
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Posted 16 October 2008 - 03:11 PM

Hello,

I am seeking information about the best camera to use to film a documentary on the road, here in Mexico, as me and my boyfriend travel to various pilgrimage and spiritual sites.

What is the basic and minimal stuff we will need to make a low budget, first film?

On the way and while at the sites, we will record the people's prayers, hopes, dreams and stories, along with our own spiritual voyage in our self-styled, creatively designed God-mobile. We will do this with playfulness and an intelligent, satirical, positive style of humor.

We do not claim to be perfect representatives of God, however, the sacred books from around the world are full of examples of everyday people doing their best as they accomplish their higher purpose in life. We are just a creative and simple woman and man who wish to inspire meaningful conversation, higher ambition and good deeds as we work on a film.

In advance, I thank you for any information you can provide.

Damsel
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