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Sunday. Thirty hours to deadline. Rain.
Monday. Afternoon. Wes Phillips, 22, owner of a small production company nobody's ever heard of, is shooting a commercial in suburban North Carolina. He leads his four-person team through a final shot, rushes home to edit and uploads the video hours before a midnight deadline.
To call Phillips an amateur isn't quite adequate. He's been working with video since he was a kid. But his $12.72 budget, among other things, makes it clear he also isn't quite a professional.
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