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How Sean Baker Shot ‘Tangerine’ on an iPhone and Sold To Magnolia Pictures

How Sean Baker Shot ‘Tangerine’ on an iPhone and Sold To Magnolia Pictures

We love all of the interviews from Film Courage, but this one is particularly inspiring. In this interview with Filmmaker Sean Baker he discusses the process of making his iPhone shot film “Tangerine” which ended up selling to Magnolia Pictures at Sundance.

Technology is advancing so rapidly, that there is no excuse not to get out there and make your first or next film.


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