Okay, the thread title is a bit misleading, but as we know, Christopher Nolan's first feature film, Following, was made with a budget of only $6000. Nolan himself joked about it and stated that the film had a serious claim to be one of the cheapest feature films ever made.
Now, I highly doubt that FollowingIS the cheapest, but I was wondering if anyone knew what the cheapest feature film ever made is. That is, the film with the lowest budget. I've searched the internet but there seems to be no definitive answer.
Yeah it was a bloke in Wales who claimed to have made it for 45 pound. He said it was spent on food, drink and travel expences. But it dosent include converting a digital file to film for example.
Nolan had to transfer 8mm to 32mm which would cost about 5000 pound for a 9min film, so Nolan made his for less probs, if you want to think of it that way. The filmmakers felt it would be a good way to promote their film, which clearly worked.