Filmmaker Lucas McNelly on Film Courage (Ep. #162)

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Filmmaker Lucas McNelly is on Film Courage to tell us why Film Festivals are the least efficient way for filmmakers to get their film seen, mistakes filmmakers make in their crowdfunding campaigns, how A Year Without Rent has impacted his views on independent film & life, the breaking point where he almost quit A Year Without Rent, and how he found the motivation to reach the finish line.

 

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WATCH OUR PREVIOUS A YEAR WITHOUT RENT 
"CHECK-POINT" FROM MAY 2011 WITH LUCAS McNELLY

 



LUCAS SHARES HIS MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT 
OF "A YEAR WITHOUT  RENT"

 

 
More fun videos of Lucas McNelly and filmmaker Marty Lang as we hang out in New Haven Green on Yale’s Campus Spring 2012