Can you really meet prospective film investors at random bars? In this film funding interview Trey McClarnon shares this and other valuable tactics.
Dilan Jay is an LA-based actor, producer, screenwriter, and musician. He stopped by Filmmaking Stuff to talk about the making of his new action film called Hollow Point.
If you ever thought about creating a mini movie studio outside of Hollywood, this episode is for you. The Jalbert Brothers join us to talk about how to develop, produce and distribute your film or television show with the resources you have right now.
An Emmy-nominated director, Zach Lipovsky started his career on Spielberg's filmmaking competition, ON THE LOT, where he placed 5th out of 12,000 directors. Zach has gone on to direct and produce films and TV shows for Lionsgate, Legendary, and Disney. His latest theatrical feature FREAKS premiered at TIFF '18 and stars Emile Hirsch and Bruce Dern and just came out in theatres across the country. In Zach's spare time runs Shot Lister, the worlds leading shot listing app.
Tax Incentives can be confusing. In this interview, David Albert Pierce demystifies the process.
David Albert Pierce is the managing partner of Pierce Law Group LLP, an entertainment boutique law firm representing the needs of independent producers, entertainment industry investors and talent.
Film director Kylie Eaton shares the story of how she wrote and directed DISPEL. In our talk Kylie provide hands-on filmmaking insight, covering everything from casting to film festival strategy.
Richard Walter shares his advice on how to get your screenplays produced.
Richard Walter is a Screenwriter, Author and Professor. And he is Former Head of Screenwriting for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. He's written a lot of books including Essentials of Screenwriting, Escape from Film School. Former Head of UCLA’s prestigious screenwriting programs. Importantly he has written scripts for the major studios and television networks, including the earliest drafts of American Graffiti.