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After working in the IFH labs for the first part of 2021 I can finally announce what it is. May I introduce Indie Film Hustle's FILMMAKER PROCESS.Filmmaker Process offers comprehensive professional services for hire to help filmmakers and screenwriters, working at any budget level, get their film project to the finish line. I wanted to put the much needed services filmmaker need but rarely have access to all under one roof.Filmmakers and screenwriters usually could only get access to these services if they "knew someone." Here are the services and products Filmmaker Process gives you access to:- Pitch Decks- Budget and Scheduling- Domestic and International Sales Estimates- Legal Contracts and Form Templates- Indie Film Investor Package- Consulting and Coaching- Script Coverage- Post Production Services- Trailer Editing- Poster, VOD and DVD/Blu-Ray Artwork- Film Deliverables (Both Physical and Legal)- Production PayrollIn this episode I go over what each service is and how you can use it to get your film project to the finish line.For more info go to: www.filmmakerprocess.com

Jun 2

8 min 29 sec

Well I put out an episode back in 2019 putting my dream list of guests out into the universe and in the past four months I've been humbled to have some amazing filmmakers and screenwriters on the show. Incredibly one of those dream guests has made his way on the show today. We are joined by indie film icon and Oscar® nominated writer/director Richard Linklater. Richard was one of the filmmakers who helped to launch the independent film movement that we know today with his classic 1991 indie film Slacker. So today, we will not only dive into the extraordinary career of Richard Linklater but also that of collaborator and longtime friend writer/director Katie Cokinos.If this is your introduction to Linklater and his work, here are a few highlights you must know; Linklater helped launch the 90s indie film renaissance with his film Slacker.The producer, director has juggled the TV, film, short-film, and documentary genres seamlessly over his career - typically focusing in fine detail on generational rites and mores with rare compassion and understanding while definitively capturing the 20-something culture of his era through a series of nuanced, illuminating ensemble pieces which introduced any number of talented young actors into the Hollywood eco-system.One of the talents to emerge from this era is the Texas native, Matthew McConaughey in Linklater’s third movie and VHS smash hit, Dazed and Confused. Based on Linklater’s years at Huntsville High School and the people he encountered there, the film shadows the adventures of high school and junior high students on the last day of school in May 1976.Throughout his career Richard has chosen to tell stories about the human condition, while many times making us laugh and cry at the same time. I found an immense philosophical under current to most of his life's work. From The Before Trilogy to Boyhood, his films tackle topics in an honest, raw and deeper way that is not normally seen in filmmaking.Many of the actors who work with Richard call him the "Zen Director" on set. His philosophy can be felt throughout his work. He often tells long and transformative coming of age stories over years, if not decades, something that is unique to him.His Oscar® nominated film Boyhood is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as Mason's parents and newcomer Lorelei Linklater as his sister Samantha, BOYHOOD charts the rocky terrain of childhood like no other film has before.Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay's Yellow to Arcade Fire's Deep Blue. BOYHOOD is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It's impossible to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journey.Now the other remarkable filmmaker in this conversation is Katie Cokinos. She has made over ten short films and in 2000 wrote, directed, and acted in the feature film, Portrait of a Girl as a Young Catwhich premiered at SXSW.  Katie produced Eagle Pennell’s film, Heart Full of Soul (1990); was a publicist for Richard Linklater’s Slacker, (1990).  She was the Managing Director of the Austin Film Society, 1990-95.Her latest film is the coming of age story I Dream Too Much, co-produced by Richard. Here's a bit about the film:Presents a day in the life in Austin, Texas among its social outcasts and misfits, predominantly the twenty-something set, using a series of linear vignettes. These characters, who in some manner just don't fit into the establishment norms, move seamlessly from one scene to the next, randomly coming and going into one another's lives. Highlights include a UFO buff who adamantly insists that the U.S. has been on the moon since the 1950s, a woman who produces a glass slide purportedly of Madonna's pap smear, and an old anarchist who sympathetically shares his philosophy of life with a robber.So much was covered in this EPIC 2 hours conversation. I need to stop here and let you dive in.Enjoy my conversation with Richard Linklater and Katie Cokinos.

Apr 20

2 hr 7 min

We have made it to 450 episodes of the Indie Film Hustle Podcast. The IFH Tribe has given me 450 opportunities to serve them and for that I am humbled. Thank you all for allowing me to do what I love to do so much. With that said I wanted to bring you a massive guest for this remarkable milestone. Today’s guest is a writer, director, producer, actor and indie filmmaking legend Edward Burns.Many of you might have heard of the Sundance Film Festival winning film called The Brothers McMullen, his iconic first film that tells the story of three Irish Catholic brothers from Long Island who struggle to deal with love, marriage, and infidelity. His cinderella story of making the film, getting into Sundance and launching his career is the stuff of legend.The Brothers McMullen was sold to Fox Searchlight and went on to make over $10 million at the box office on a $27,000 budget, making it one of the most successful indie films of the decade.Ed went off to star in huge films like Saving Private Ryan for Steven Spielberg and direct studio films like the box office hit She’s The One. The films about the love lives of two brothers, Mickey and Francis, interconnect as Francis cheats on his wife with Mickey’s ex-girlfriend, while Mickey impulsively marries a stranger.Even after his mainstream success as an actor, writer and director he still never forgot his indie roots. He continued to quietly produce completely independent feature films on really low budgets. How low, how about $9000. As with any smart filmmaker, Ed has continued to not only produce films but to consider new methods of getting his projects to the world.In 2007, he teamed up with Apple iTunes to release an exclusive film Purple Violets. It was a sign of the times that the director was branching out to new methods of release for his projects.In addition, he also continued to release works with his signature tried-and-true method of filmmaking. Using a very small $25,000 budget and a lot of resourcefulness, Burns created Nice Guy Johnny in 2010.Johnny Rizzo is about to trade his dream job in talk radio for some snooze-ville gig that’ll pay enough to please his fiancée. Enter Uncle Terry, a rascally womanizer set on turning a weekend in the Hamptons into an eye-opening fling for his nephew. Nice Guy Johnny’s not interested, of course, but then he meets the lovely Brooke, who challenges Johnny to make the toughest decision of his life.The film debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. While he was releasing that film, Burns wrote, starred and directed Newlyweds. He filmed this on a small Canon 5D camera in only 12 days and on a budget of only $9,000. Newlyweds Buzzy and Katie find their blissful life disrupted by the arrival of his half-sister and news of her sister’s marriage troubles.In his book, Independent Ed: Inside a Career of Big Dreams, Little Movies, and the Twelve Best Days of My Life (which I recommend ALL filmmakers read), Ed mentions some rules he dubbed “McMullen 2.0” which were basically a set of rules for independent filmmakers to shoot by.Actors would have to work for virtually nothing.The film should take no longer than 12 days to film and get into the canDon’t shoot with any more than a three-man crewActor’s use their own clothesActors do their own hair and make-upAsk and beg for any locationsUse the resources you have at your disposalI used similar rules when I shot my feature films This is Meg, which I shot that in 8 days and On the Corner of Ego and Desire which I shot in 4 days. To be honest Ed was one of my main inspirations when I decided to make my first micro-budget feature film, along with Mark and Jay Duplass, Joe Swanberg and Michael and Mark Polish. Ed has continued to have an amazing career directing films like The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, The Groomsmen, Looking for Kitty, Ash Wednesday, Sidewalks of New York, No Looking Back and many more.Ed jumped into television with the Spielberg produced TNT drama Public Morals, where he wrote, directed and starred in every episode.Set in the early 1960s in New York City’s Public Morals Division, where cops walk the line between morality and criminality as the temptations that come from dealing with all kinds of vice can get the better of them.His latest project is EPIX’s Bridge and Tunnel is a dramedy series set in 1980 that revolves around a group of recent college grads setting out to pursue their dreams in Manhattan while still clinging to the familiarity of their working-class Long Island hometown. He also pulls writing, producing and directing duties for all the episodes.Ed has continued to give back to the indie film community with his amazing book, lectures and his knowledge bomb packed director commentaries. Trust me go out and buy the DVD versions of all his films. His commentaries are worth the price of admission.When I first spoke to Ed he told that he had been a fan of the podcast for a while. As you can imagine I was floored and humbled at the same time. Getting to sit-down and speak to a filmmaker that had such an impact my own directing career was a dream come true. Ed is an inspiration to so many indie filmmakers around the world and I’m honored to bring this epic conversation to the tribe.Enjoy my conversation with Edward Burns.

Apr 7

1 hr 44 min

Today on the show I bring you one of the most influential and iconic filmmakers in the history of cinema, three-time Oscar® winner Oliver Stone. Throughout his legendary career, Oliver Stone has served as director, writer, and producer on a variety of films, documentaries, and television movies. His films have been nominated for forthy two Oscars® and have won twelve.I hope this conversation inspires filmmakers and screenwriters to never give up. Oliver struggled for years taking jobs as a production assistant, cab driver, office assistant, and any other gig he could find to help him survive while he was chasing his dream. He wrote and wrote, meeting his goal of one to two screenplays a year, no matter what. Never give up, never surrender. Enjoy my epic conversation with Oliver Stone.

Dec 2020

57 min 26 sec

Today we have a very special episode. I am doing a cross-over episode with a member of the IFH Podcast Network, the Indie Film Academy Podcast. I will, from time to time, be highlighting Filmtrepreneurial stories and interviews from the network that I believe will be of value to the Filmtrepreneur Tribe. This interview does that and more.In today’s episode, we talk to Documentary filmmaker Christopher Rufo about how his documentary, Age of Champions, went on to generate over $1.5 million+ through mostly self-distribution and the Filmtrepreneurial Method.This is truly an inspirational story that I needed to bring the Tribe. Enjoy!

Nov 2020

1 hr 12 min

Alex Ferrari has been thinking about doing this podcast for a long time. In the tradition of Why Filmmakers are Always So Damn Broke & What They Can Do to Change It this episode is going to be a cold bucket of water over your head if you are not ready for it. In the insane world we are all living in today, filmmakers need to break out of the mindset that we are living in the golden age of indie cinema.The rules have changed dramatically since the 90s and even more so in the last 8 months of the COVID pandemic. The rules aren't the only thing that has changed but the game has as well. The film distribution infrastructure is broken and has been broken for many decades. It is not set up to help filmmakers make money. It is purely designed to put more money into the pockets of film distributors.I have written extensively about this in my book Rise of the Filmtrepreneur: How to Turn Your Indie Film into a Moneymaking Business. I want to put together one of my hard truths episodes to help filmmakers better understand the indie film marketplace and how to best position themselves to actually make money.There is so much talk about new cameras, lenses, rigs, post-production software, and other more interesting aspects of the filmmaking process but when it comes to selling and making money with movies filmmakers rely on old information that is no longer relevant in the current marketplace. I hope this episode empowers you to not only make more movies but to also make money while doing it.Strap yourself in because for some of you it will be a rough episode to listen to. Be well, stay safe, and keep that hustle going.

Oct 2020

35 min 28 sec

Today on the show we have low-budget visual effects master Kevin Good. Kevin is a freelance cinematographer, VFX artist, and director. He has worked on diverse projects from creating television pilots for Fox Television Studios to shooting interactive feature-length films for the U.S. Army.His work has been featured in the Independent TV Festival in Los Angeles, the New York Television Festival, the Cannes Film Festival, the Edinburgh International TV Festival, the Festival Internacional de Televisão in Rio de Janeiro, the Boston International Film Festival, and others. Kevin now balances his time between teaching at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts, freelance production work, and developing his own crazy projects, many of which are featured on his site.Kevin Good’s debut feature, Dinner with the Alchemist premieres at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood as part of the Dances With Films festival. Dinner with the Alchemist is a masterclass in low-budget filmmaking and using visual effects to create scale and production value.Enjoy my eye-opening conversation with Kevin Good.

Oct 2020

1 hr 11 min

Today on the show we have a filmmaker that was able to crack the Amazon code and actually make money self-distributing his low-budget film on the platform. His name is Ismael Gomez.Ismael Gomez is a Cuban-American filmmaker. In 2009, he received an Artist Fellowship grant to pursue his B.A in Film Production. After completing his studies, he began to work as lead editor on several motion pictures and commercials for theatrical and TV release. Some of his projects have screened at Cannes, Starz Denver, Tribeca, and Miami International film festivals.CROSSOVER EVENT with the Indie Film Hustle Podcast.

Sep 2020

1 hr 2 min

This season we will be deconstructing the work and career of film director Christopher Nolan on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Networkhttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com

Sep 2020

27 min 28 sec

The IFH Podcast Network makes it easy for you to discover, connect, and engage with industry-leading filmmaking and screenwriting podcasts, all in one place. We curate the best podcasts that will help you on your filmmaking and screenwriting journey. You can listen to any of our shows on your favorite podcast platform. #IndieFilmUnitehttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com

Jul 2020

3 min 45 sec

FINAL EPISODE:  Lessons LearnedIn this episode, I'm joined once again by my good friend and fellow podcaster, Alex Ferrari of Indie Film Hustle.  Since this is the final episode for the Film Trooper podcast, Alex and I discuss everything that we've learned while running our podcasts.  It's a long episode, but contains a lot of value bombs!  Enjoy and thank you for listening :-)Get more from Alex!Rise of the Filmtrepreneur: How to Turn Your Indie Film into a Moneymaking Business - http://www,filmbizbook.com Indie Film Hustle: http://www.indiefilmhustle.comIndie Film Hustle TV: http://www.indiefilmhustle.tv Filmtrepreneur: http://www.filmtrepreneur.comBulletproof Screenwriting: www.bulletproofscreenwriting.tv On the Corner of Ego and Desire (Sundance Film): http://www.egoanddesirefilm.com Shooting for the Mob (Based on the Incredible True Filmmaking Story): http://www.shootingforthemob.com Buy the book!

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Apr 2020

2 hr 29 min

What Happens When You Make A Movie For The Mob?In this episode, I'm joined again by my good friend and fellow podcaster, Alex Ferrari of Indie Film Hustle.  Alex shares with us how he wrote the true life story of trying to make a feature film for the mob and it nearly broke him.  In addition to the book, we get into other important industry topics. Shooting For The Mob (Based on an incredible true story)A bipolar gangster, a naive young film director, and Batman--what could go wrong? Alex Ferrari is a first-time film director who just got hired to direct a $20 million feature film. The only problem is that the film is about Jimmy, an egomaniacal gangster who wants the film to be about his life in the mob. From the backwater towns of Louisiana to the Hollywood Hills, Alex is taken on a crazy misadventure through the world of the mafia and Hollywood. Huge movie stars, billion-dollar producers, studio heads, and, of course, a few gangsters populate this unbelievable journey down the rabbit hole of chasing one's dream. Would you sell your soul to the devil to make your dream come true? By the way, did I mention that this story is based on true events? No, seriously it is. Buy the book!

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Mar 2019

1 hr 30 min

[Podcast] How To Make Films For ChinaIn this episode, returning guest, Thomas Lim from Sun Entertainment Culture Shares with us how filmmakers can make films for the Chinese market.Sun Entertainment Culture ...Sun Entertainment Culture (SEC), established in 2011, aims at bringing top quality entertainment to audiences worldwide by producing and distributing film and TV projects, organizing live concerts, and creating strategic marketing events.Under CEO Alex Dong, Sun Entertainment has invested in, produced, and distributed over 100 films in the last 7 years, with profits totaling over US$1billion at the box office. Our films have also won multiple prestigious awards particularly in Asia, and gave current action stars like Wu Jing and Tony Jaa their break into becoming A-list actors.  (Read More) Sea of MirrorsFilm Website:  Sea of Mirrors Do you think you can help make films for China?Contact Thomas Lim at:   thomas.lim (AT) suneg.comBe sure to CC Thomas's assistant, Ivana Yee at:  ivana.yee (AT) suneg.com

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Feb 2019

41 min 27 sec

In this episode, I am joined by Tucia Lyman, filmmaker of "M.O.M." as we discuss what to do with your film when it's finished and you are searching for film distribution.

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Jan 2019

1 hr 27 min

In this episode, Ashley Scott Meyers from the SellingYourScreenplay.com joins us to discuss what filmmakers really should do when they finish their indie films.  Listen in as Meyers shares what he's doing with his film, "The Pinch".Selling Your Screenplay "The Pinch"https://youtu.be/Di4J1ZLkdJY Free 3-Hour WebinarAshley Scott Meyers offers a free 3-hour webinar on all aspects of productions for "The Pinch".Click here to gain access:  http://www.sellingyourscreenplay.com/the-pinch/

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Dec 2018

1 hr 32 min

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb, interviews Titus Paar, the filmmaker behind the epic Viking Horror film, "The Legend of Dark Rider".

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Dec 2018

1 hr 7 min

In this episode, the Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb, interviews VR and Augmented Reality filmmaker, Craig Stiff. Dimension Studio ...  Links ...Site: https://www.dimensionstudio.co/

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Dec 2018

1 hr 2 min

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb, interviews the filmmakers of "Slice of Life", Dino Julius & Luka Hrgovic. You'll discover how they made practical effects work in their low budget Sci-Fi film that is very reminiscent of the original Blade Runner.

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Dec 2018

1 hr 4 min

In this episode, we discover what happens when a CGI artist and his wife double down on a Kickstarter campaign to make their short film series featuring a lot of CGI shots. Listen in as Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb interviews CGI Artist and filmmaker, Miguel Ortega, on his film series, "The Ningyo".

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Jul 2018

1 hr 4 min

In this episode, VIP Film Summit creator, Ron Newcomb, talks with legendary filmmaker Eduardo Sanchez about "The Blair Witch Project" and what life was like after that pivotal movie.

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Jun 2018

46 min 49 sec

In this episode, Alex Ferrari returns to share what he's learned in the years since launching "Indie Film Hustle". In addition, Alex shares with us what he's learned from crowdfunding and self-distributing his feature film, "This is Meg" and the launch of his new film, "On the Corner of Ego and Desire", a comedy about selling a film at the Sundance Film Festival, made over the course of 4 days while attending the Sundance Film Festival.

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Apr 2018

1 hr 7 min

In this episode, VIP Film Summit Founder, Ron Newcomb, interviews award-winning filmmaker, Greg Green about looking at filmmaking through the lens of the writer.  Discussing the importance of story, structure, dialogue, and how flashbacks can be used as a strategic way to reveal character. Plus! How does someone over 40 living outside of Hollywood make things happen?

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Apr 2018

1 hr 4 min

In this episode,Ron Newcomb, founder of the VIP Film Summit, was able to sit down with two of the producers from "Hamelt in the Golden Vale" and speak about using a public domain written Shakesperean masterpiece, as well as taking live theater and turning it into a film all the while doing it in Ireland.

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Mar 2018

1 hr 5 min

In this episode, we continue our conversation about my lengthy hiatus to share what I've learned while being away.  My special guest is Kyle Erwin from "The Backyard Space Opera" podcast.The post 146: What I Learned From My Hiatus From Film Trooper (Part 2) appeared first on Film Trooper.

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Mar 2018

1 hr 10 min

In this episode, I've returned from a lengthy hiatus to share what I've learned while being away.  My special guest is Kyle Erwin from "The Backyard Space Opera" podcast.

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Mar 2018

56 min 29 sec

In this episode, we are joined by returning guest, Scott Kirkpatrick, SVP at DRG.TV. Kirkpatrick shares with us the day-in-the-life of a film executive and how they go about buying and selling films and filmed content.

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Nov 2017

1 hr 2 min

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb interviews the Managing Director of The American Film Market (AFM), Jonathan Wolf. Discover what the film market is and how best to utilize the event to sell your film to the international market.

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Oct 2017

59 min 24 sec

In this episode, we are joined by Richard "RB" Botto, author of the book, "Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers". You might know RB as the founder of Stage 32 and RAZOR Magazine. Discover why crowdsourcing is more important than crowdfunding.

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Oct 2017

1 hr 12 min

In this episode, we explore how filmmakers and actors can still work a full-time job while pursuing their dreams, but also how they can combine what they do to have the best of both worlds. Our guest for this episode is Brian K. Lewis from Halstead Properties and special bonus guest, Paul Bright, indie filmmaker and actor.

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Oct 2017

1 hr 35 min

In this episode, we continue our series on how to get a named actor in your indie film and how to work with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). Our two featured guests are New York's indie film director, John Gallagher, and Darrien Michele Gipson, National Director of SAG Indie.

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Sep 2017

1 hr 16 min

[Podcast] How To Get A Named Actor In Your Film and How To Work With SAG (part 1) In this episode, we uncover how to get a named actor in your indie film and how to work with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). This is part one in this special series. Our two featured guests…

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Sep 2017

55 min 41 sec

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb, joins me as we banter about the common problems indie filmmakers deal with and how they can fix them.

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Aug 2017

1 hr 25 min

In this episode, I'm joined by the Angry Filmmaker himself, Kelley Baker, as he shares with us his latest book, "Road Dog", detailing the adventures of how to take your indie film on the road.

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Jun 2017

1 hr 1 min

In this episode, former podcast guest, Jonny Von Wallstöm, shares with us how to sell your film to Netflix.

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May 2017

1 hr 18 min

In this episode, I'm joined by fellow podcaster, Michael Schein, as he shares with us how filmmakers can gain access to anyone.

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May 2017

59 min 11 sec

In this episode, we continue part 2 of how to market your indie film by LIVE workshopping Jamie Benyon's and Lucy Jordan's indie film, Time of the Season.

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Apr 2017

58 min 59 sec

In this episode, we workshop the film, "Time of the Season", and explore tactics of how to market an indie film in today's digital landscape. This is part 1 of the workshop.

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Apr 2017

1 hr 2 min

In this episode, I'm joined by Gabriella Mirabelli, host of the Up Next podcast. Her podcast focuses on new ideas and new technology that are causing seismic shifts the media industry. Gabriella introduces us to the innovators, the risk-takers and the disrupters on the front lines of change from Hollywood, Wall Street, Silicon Valley and beyond.

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Apr 2017

46 min 52 sec

In this episode, we discover how to make a web series a success. Nick Hagen and Mercedes Rose, Co-Creators of Haunting of Sunshine Girl, share the secrets on how they turned their hit YouTube web series into a book series and a TV series.

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Mar 2017

54 min 55 sec

In this episode, we go deep down the rabbit hole and explore how movies make money and how it affects the independent filmmaker.

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Mar 2017

1 hr 3 min

In this episode, I rebroadcast my interview with documentary filmmaker, Christopher Rufo as he shares with us how he made $1.5M from self-distributing his documentary film.

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Feb 2017

1 hr 1 min

In this episode, I explore 10 ways a filmmaker can increase their luck.

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Feb 2017

30 min 42 sec

In this episode, I rebroadcast my interview with Scott Kirkpatrick, Author of "Writing for the Green Light: How to make your script the one Hollywood notices". At the time of this interview, Kirkpatrick was an executive at Mar Vista Entertainment, and his background in film sales and production unveils the truth about working in the world of Indie Hollywood.

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Jan 2017

1 hr 5 min

In this episode, I go through the step-by-step process of how I self-published my book and how that can help you sell your film online more effectively. File this under film distribution and sales.

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Jan 2017

33 min 54 sec

In this episode, I'm joined by indie film distribution expert, Peter Broderick, as we explore the lessons learned from the New World of Film Distribution.

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Dec 2016

45 min 16 sec

In this rebroadcast episode, I interview former Director of Creative Affairs for MGM Studios, and now the founder of Good In A Room, Stephanie Palmer. Stephanie teaches filmmakers and screenwriters how to prepare for any pitch meeting. Her advice will give you the best chances to succeed.

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Dec 2016

1 hr 2 min

In this episode, we get sound recording and mixing tips for our indie films from Sam Ejnes, Mix Technician on Game of Thrones.

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Dec 2016

1 hr 24 min

In this episode, I speak with Lucas Longacre from Iron Way Entertainment about how he and his wife are able to make a living from their web series and documentaries.

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Nov 2016

1 hr 41 min

In this episode, I unpack why you wouldn't want to take your film to a festival and bring it to the American Film Market.

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Nov 2016

29 min 46 sec

In this episode, I polish off an old interview and rebroadcast it for you. Listen in as you get a detailed account of all the emotions and business steps that went into turning "Paranormal Activity" into a global phenomenon.

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Oct 2016

1 hr 36 min