Always wanted to make a film but can't find the money? The filmmakers behind indie feature Oh For Tuna had the same problem but decided to push through anyway. Two years later and a budget of $2,000 they're now releasing the movie on Vimeo!
Phillip Aguilera and Dylan Chandler came on the show to discuss making the movie including everything they learned over the years making it. They also tell us how they had shot over half the movie when the main actor quit and other unique challenges they faced!
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