24 – Conversation with The Filmmakers Process Founder, Robert Hardy
By The Documentary Life
Many of you are probably familiar with Robert Hardy's work for No Film School, where he wrote film content for the popular website. But it is with his own creation, The Filmmaker's Process, that Hardy has really come into his own, sharing his own experiences and his creative curation of content - often very well thought-out and lengthy articles - that are specifically directed to the truly independent filmmaker. The more I became familiar with Hardy's work - both from his website and his brilliant and thoughtful newsletter - I realised that I needed to have him on the show. Anyone who knows his writing or how he thinks as a filmmaker, would quickly understand why he'd be a natural fit for TDL. So after months of trying to schedule an interview, I was finally able to carve out the proper time to have a heart-to-heart with this filmmaking brother-in-arms. Along with a host of other topics, we covered his definition of success as a filmmaker (which differs vastly from the Sundance template most of us have been misled by for 20+ years!), how his time working in the film industry and then as a writer for No Film School inspired the birth of TFP, and then for the first time, Hardy makes it public his intentions to produce a The Filmmaker's Process podcast! Subscribe Apple | Spotify | Stitcher | Rate and Review If you have found value in this podcast please leave a review so it can become more visible to others. Simply click the link and then click on the Ratings and Reviews tab to make your entry. Thank you for your support!