Let's Make a Movie!

Let's Make a Movie!

David Gordon Green, Onur Tukel

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Lights! Camera! Action!Join a gang of fearless rebels as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime—making a movie! But this isn't any movie. It's the greatest movie of all time, The Ninjas Fight the Killer Sharks at Bikini Beach! It's going to take a lot of moxie to pull this off, but these upstarts are ready. As they go through the process of raising money, writing the script, and shooting the picture, they face many obstacles. There's bad weather, equipment problems, unruly crew members, and a director who might be losing his mind! Will they complete the movie? Nobody said it was going to be easy! But these budding Spielbergs are about to learn the greatest lesson of all! NEVER GIVE UP!


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David Gordon Green:
David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church, and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes. David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church, and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes.|||David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church, and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes. David Gordon Green wrote and directed his first feature film George Washington for a budget of $42K. It won the New York Film Critics' Circle award for best first feature before going on to win festival awards internationally. His other films include All the Real Girls, Pineapple Express, Joe, Stronger, and the reboot of the Halloween franchise. Onur Tukel wrote and directed his first feature film House of Pancakes for $10K. He went on to direct the low-budget movies Ding-a-ling-LESS, Catfight, Summer of Blood, Applesauce, Black Magic for White Boys, Scenes From An Empty Church, and That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes.

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