Monday, September 28, 2015

Here's How to Shoot a Sci-Fi Film on a Low Budget

Before the introduction of CGI in the early '90s, robots, aliens, monsters and other inhabitants of science fiction depended on the clever solutions and meticulous work of set designers, prop masters and make-up artists. It's still where the true artistry lies, for some filmmakers, at least. One of them is Teemu Nikki, the director and co-writer of "Lovemilla," a Finnish science-fiction-fantasy-comedy-musical. Indiewire spoke to the director in his native Helsinki at the annual Love and Anarchy film festival at the start of the film's festival path that will continue at the end of this month at the Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.  READ MORE: Here's How a Group of Students...

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