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Together with producer/director Robert Rodriguez, Avellán owns half of Austin-based production company Troublemaker Studios.
The duo has a reputation for producing low-budget films relative to their competition in the industry."Thirty million dollars sounds like a lot of money …
Everything from casting to scripts to locations and music -- that's what a producer has to think about.
With a repertoire like Avellán's, it was surprising to hear her humbly state, "I'm still learning [the business] as we speak." She spoke a bit about how the role of a producer is making sure everything that is shown onscreen is accounted for, and used the example of copyright products and logos as items to watch for when producing a film, as they can run at a very high cost.
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