Why Writing and Shooting for What you Have makes you a Better Filmmaker – IFP 161

Writing and shooting for what you have allows us the freedom of creativity. Being creative with minimal resources stirs up…

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Veteran Feature Film Editor Lawrence Jordan discusses Mastering the Workflow – IFP 160

Veteran feature film editor Lawrence Jordan has been in the BIZ for several years, and has worked on many studio…

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Eric Toms Talks about directing his new film in Belgium – IFP 156

Filmmaker Eric Toms chats with me about his new film that he just finished shooting in Belgium. We talk about…

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Alex Ferrari of Indie Film Hustle on filmmaking, his new film, and more – IFP 155

Alex Ferrari, filmmaker and host of Indie Film Hustle chats with me about his new film “On the Corner of…

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Special Effects & NOT insulting the audience’s intelligence – IFP 154

Special effects can be subject to budget, although small to no budgets also have access to really cool FX techniques.…

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Creating Memorable and Relatable Characters – IFP 153

The most memorable characters are the ones that are relatable. They may be relatable to us personally, or they may…

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Filmmaker Usher Morgan talks about his new book “LESSONS FROM THE SET” – IFP 152

Filmmaker Usher Morgan (Prego, Pickings) talks about films, filmmaking, and his new book “Lessons from The Set”. This book chronicles…

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SCREENWRITING – Genre and more IFP 151

Let’s chat about writing for what you know, real life, genre writing, and writer’s block. Have you thought about crossing…

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