Good taste made Bad Taste

Peter Jackson demonstrates handmade camera gear used for shooting ‘Bad Taste,’ including a crane and his “20 bucks steadicam.” 90% of the film was shot on a Bolex. It was a film that provided Jackson with the necessary leverage needed to advance in the industry.

This 25 minute film explains how he made it to where he is today. He started with no budget. No studio. No professional equipment. No professional crew. No special effects wizards. No make-up department. No creature creators. No props. No locations. Nothing but his own love for film, and filmmaking. And after four years of nothing but hard work and raw passion, he had produced the coolest, goriest and funniest low budget film in history.

Via CinephileArchive