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Filmmaking Framed

Filmmaking Framed Ltd.

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Welcome to Filmmaking Framed, the show where we dive deep into the world of filmmaking with industry professionals. Join our hosts, Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes, as they interview talented filmmakers, uncover their journeys into the industry, learn about their roles, and gain valuable advice for launching a successful career in the world of film. Whether you're a student aspiring to work in the industry, or a creative individual passionate about the art of filmmaking, this podcast is your ba ...
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films. Join a variety of hosts every Monday on YouTube & all podcasting platforms as we welcome indie creatives to talk about their work, the film world and independent filmmaking.
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The Voice of Mobile Film™ is for everyone who ever wanted to or is curious about making movies and videos using smartphones. S. Botello Productions (SBP) is a pioneer in the mobile filmmaking industry. Hosted, produced and edited by Susy Botello without AI.
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Discover the world of independent film with Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby! From industry professionals to the next generation of filmmakers, Damien Swaby brings his unique perspectives on indie filmmaking and the conversations that are taking place across the community. Listeners will find inspiration and guidance from conversations on the podcast and leave armed with the knowledge to make their own indie films. Tune in to Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby today! Proud ...
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Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen. Episodes 238-299 are available at our patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/mmihpodcast
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Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing hosted by directors. Each week we interview filmmakers on writing, cinematography, development and acting to learn how to build a successful career as a filmmaker in the Hollywood industry. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Indie Film Hustle Podcast is your #1 source for how to hack the film business and indie film world! The show is here to help as many indie filmmakers as I could. We wanted to bring the best guests, industry leaders, creative legends, and film business friends to you, the IFH Tribe. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning Writer/Director Oliver Stone, Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black), Alex Proyas (The Crow, I, Robot), James V. Hart (writer Dracula, Hook), John August (Big Fish, A ...
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Homegrown Filmmaking

Homegrown Filmmaking Podcast

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Homegrown Filmmaking Podcast is the partner to the Homegrown Filmmaking YouTube page where host and creator Trae Brown attempts to teach filmmaking from the very basics as he learns it himself.
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Every Thursday, Noam shares valuable insight into the world of micro-budget filmmaking, geared towards true DIY filmmakers looking to get out there and create their own films. This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5470278/advertisement
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Make This Movie is a serialized 12 episode filmmaking podcast from ShoHawk Media. It chronicles filmmaker Christopher Sakr's journey through producing his feature length film, Counterintelligence. Moving episodically through the entire filmmaking process—from writing and budgeting, to pre-procution, principal photography, through post and release—Sakr chronicles this micro budget production and how Counterintelligence came to be for just under $12,000. Throughout the production's journey, he ...
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Let's Talk Filmmaking is a podcast for anyone in the filmmaking industry - from the writer to the editor. We’ll talk about how filmmakers like you started their business, where they are in their business, and how they got to that point. We’ll also discuss what’s happening in the industry, tech, gear, and solutions to problems filmmakers go through on a daily basis.
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Filmmaking Without Fear

Mother & Daughter Entertainment

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This podcast explores Filmmaking without Fear, Storytelling without Fear, and Living with Intention. In season 3, Elizabeth and Isabella discuss tools to living a more purposeful life. Founded in the methodology of Medicine with Words, Elizabeth's book of the same name, "Living with Intention" is a guidebook to learn how to do just that. @MedicinewithWords @Elizabeth_b_t @Isabella_b_t www.MedicinewithWords.com
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No-Budget Filmmaking

Filmmaking Central

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No-Budget Filmmaking is a podcast about the art of making films no matter how small the budget. Hosts Alex Darke & Trevor L. Nelson sit down and talk about the latest trends, coolest gadgets, and ultra top secret filmmaking techniques. Want more cool stuff from Alex and Trevor? Visit Filmmaking Central and Cinema Summit. Plus, join the Fearless Filmmakers community to meet other independent filmmakers like yourself and start the independent revolution!
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How They Did It: Filmmaking is a podcast that shares how others have succeeded at filmmaking; we learn from those who have gone before us. Whether you’re striving to complete your short, experimental, documentary, web series or feature, you’ll learn what it takes from those who’ve already met the challenge.
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Filmmakers on Filmmaking is a podcast dedicated to the art of film. Industry people discuss and talk the business, movie news and the process of film from all angles. Uploaded weekly join, share with us in the film journey. Social Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/eddiefilmmaker Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eddiefilmmaker/ Eddie Augustin Professional Website: www.filmsbyed.com
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Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby

Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby

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Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby is a small fraction of the critical conversations currently taking place across the indie film community. The podcast reaches out to the next generation of filmmakers, who continue to look for inspiration and guidance.
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Grow your wedding film business! Deep, honest, and actionable conversations with the best wedding filmmakers in the world. Finally, get the tools you need to create a profitable and life-giving business. ⚡️Hosted by: David Reynosa of Forestry Films 👉🏻 Grab free wedding filmmaking resources: www.theactof.co 🔥 Get inspired by the best wedding filmmakers in the world on IG: @theactof
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Hosted by film director Tom Antos, this podcast is about various video and film production topics. Interviews with interesting filmmakers, latest tech and industry news. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tomantos/support
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This is the Action Filmmaking Podcast, the show dedicated to pure action analysis. Our passion for action films and martial arts has led us here where we do in-depth analyses and breakdowns of choreography and fight sequences as well as interviews with action filmmakers around the world. Join us to know more about the beauty of choreography and the arts of action filmmaking from the industry's best. Catch new episodes weekly!
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The Filmmaking Confidential podcast is the quintessential resource for independent filmmakers – from aspiring students to seasoned pros. Each episode is filled with invaluable perspective, secret tips, how-tos and general philosophy about making films, no matter the budget, no matter the location. Hosted by award-winning indie filmmaker Steve Balderson, the attention is focused on what it takes to be a productive filmmaker in an industry that is risk averse and locked in a world where rigid ...
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The Indie Film Academy® Podcast features interviews with industry insiders in every aspect of the filmmaking process. Our goal is to give filmmakers as much information as possible about the entire filmmaking process so that they don't make the mistakes that many filmmakers have made in the past. Our focus is not simply on one way to make a film, but of the many different ways that filmmakers have found success with a variety of funding and distribution strategies. We also discuss technical ...
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Emirati actor and film director Nawaf Al Janahi discusses the cinematic movement in the UAE. Hear him talk about his own creative journey, the opportunities and challenges facing Emirati filmmakers, and his campaign to support Emirati cinema. Hosted by Hind Mezaina at the Apple Store, Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.
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Filmmaking is a complicated endeavor…but it doesn’t have to be out of reach! Panning Up is here to remove the barrier to filmmaking and talk about the tools and techniques that a seasoned film production company utilizes as well as the challenges and difficulties that we overcome! After 15 years in business and decades of experience in our team, we’ve got a range of perspectives and backgrounds ranging from film school to the school of hard knocks. We’ve traveled the world, visited nearly 50 ...
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Do you have a passion for filmmaking, screenwriting, directing, or acting? Do you live outside a major film industry market? This is the place to be. Kevin Isaacson and Mike Godfrey host filmmakers as well as offer their own insights, thoughts, and opinions on being an independent filmmaker located outside of a major film hub. Listen in as independent filmmakers from across the Heartland describe their journeys and offer insight into how you can be a successful filmmaker no matter where you ...
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Film production veteran Brandon Riley does a deep dive with film industry leaders in the production sphere that work in Film, Television and Online Productions. Brandon's conversations focus on strategies, systems, technology, and overall best practices in creating media in the world of indie filmmaking and film production. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com)
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Welcome to the DBS Films Podcast! Listen to Kellan and Brendan of DBS Films tell insights, tips and stories that go into making multiple movies. Navigating both the creative and business side to having a successful studio. Be sure to follow us on Discord, Instagram and TikTok for even more content.Learn More:https://dbsfilms.comhttps://linktr.ee/DBSFilms
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👀 Attention. The foundation of humanity and the reason we exist. We exist because we were attentive. From ape to homo sapiens, from morning 'til night and from Facebook adverts to Super Bowl ads. Everywhere around us there are millions of things fighting for our attention — all at once, mind you. In this podcast, Iacob Pastina and Ch Daniel explore what attention means, where, why and how people pay attention. Iacob is a moving image director, while Daniel runs an experiences design agency t ...
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Welcome to Film Trooper, where we empower the filmmaking entrepreneur. Why? Because film production is no longer a barrier—anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier—anyone can sell their film directly to the world. Film sales and marketing are the last barriers! To rise above the noise of the internet is the challenge — this is the place that explores these topics to help you, the filmmaking entrepreneur. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com)
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Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producin ...
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Video Talks helps creators, business owners and marketers learn from experts in their field (of vision) to make the right decisions when it comes to making, using and commissioning video in all its forms. Featuring inspiring interviews with leaders in video & film – across social media video, YouTube, advertising, animation, video marketing, filmmaking, corporate video and brand stories – with your host, director Andy Greenhouse. You'll learn how to create video strategies for every industry ...
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Welcome to another exciting episode of the Filmmaking Stuff podcast with your host Tom Malloy. This episode reveals a valuable secret to secure your film's funding before you hit the production phase. This episode addresses a significant issue that frustrates many filmmakers - how to find initial funding for their projects. Find out why you should …
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Episode 183 was recorded May 22, 2024. Published May 28, 2024 The longest running sponsor of the International Mobile Film Festival, since 2017, is our guest in this episode. FilmConvert’s Marketing Manager Henessey Griffiths talks to us from Wellington, New Zealand. Kia ora to all our listeners in New Zealand! Henessey shares news about their soft…
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Today on the show we have screenwriter, Eduardo Cisneros. He began his screenwriting career in his home country of Mexico. Working on countless television series including Saturday Night Live: Mexico. His career took an upward trajectory when he began working with one of the biggest comedy actor/writer/producer and director in the Latinx world, Eug…
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This week we welcome Producer Screamfest Festival director Rachel Belofsky onto the show about starting Screamfest, how she runs the festival and managing the festival and producing her own films in between. Screamfest is open for submissions now so get your films in by July 10th! After that we play another round of THE GAME but first, Alrik, how a…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, Akbar Kurtha, a 1st Assistant Accountant and actor, sheds light on the pivotal role of production accountants in managing film production finances. Dive into Akbar's comprehensive discussion on accurate record-keeping, handling accounts payable, payroll, tax credits, and VAT refunds. Discover the collaborative …
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It's a Matt & Oren episode! This week the fellas do a little catching up and talk about the odds and ends of being a working filmmaker. Matt's Endorsement: Babe: Pig in The City & Tetragrammaton with Rick Rubin Oren's Endorsement: The Screenwriting Life with Meg LeFauve and Lorien McKenna Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. S…
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Today, we are thrilled to host the incredibly versatile Ben H. Winters. Known for his best-selling novels and genre-bending mash-ups like "Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters", Ben ventured into the world of television, crafting gripping storylines for acclaimed series such as "Legion" and "Manhunt." In This Episode: Transition from Novelist to …
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What really make the difference between those who create epic success...and those who don't? In this episode, recorded live on my Instagram account, I explore what a quantum leap is and what it really takes to make one happen. TO SIGN UP FOR THE QUANTUM LEAP MASTERCLASS: CLICK HERE If you're ready to take further action, sign up for a free class to…
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films . Join a variety of hosts every Monday as we welcome indie creatives to talk about their work, the film world and independent filmmaking. More of a visual person? Watch our show here. This week, host Rosie Dean (⁠⁠@rosiedean21) is…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 201 from March 2019 with director Jesse Handsher who talks about making his feature documentary, Being Napoleon, which we felt was a good match for Brenton because these are both stories about making feature documentaries and they both work in corporate video to pay the …
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Join hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes as they dive into the world of film lighting with Mike Bonner, a seasoned best boy electrician who has worked on major projects like Day of the Jackal, A Gentleman in Moscow, and The Reckoning. In this episode, Mike sheds light on the crucial role of a best boy in the electrical department, revealing the behi…
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Welcome to the Filmmaking Stuff podcast with Tom Malloy, an action-packed podcast where we share filmmaking tips and strategies! In a fast-paced digital age where traditional release windows are now complex due to the rise of VOD (Video on Demand) platforms, filmmakers need a robust strategy to maximize their movie's revenue. Dive in as we decode v…
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So insane and talented Australian filmmaker Mark Toia is back to tell us how he made millions of dollars self-distributing his remarkable debut, Monsters of Man. After getting offered bad and predatory distribution deals, he wondered if there was another way. Enter my book Rise of the Filmtrepreneur: How to Turn Your Film into a Money-Making Busine…
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This week we welcome first time feature director Brenton Gieser on the show to talk about directing his feature The 50 after switching careers to filmmaking just a few years ago. After that we play another round of THE GAME, enjoy! Don’t forget to support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/mmihpodcast Leave us a Review on Apple Podcasts! https://podcas…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, we dive deep into the world of film locations with Ashleigh Shuttleworth, an experienced Location Coordinator known for her work on projects like 15 Love and Extraordinary Season 2. Discover the secrets behind mastering the logistics of film locations, from managing contracts to coordinating with various depart…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 186 from December 2018 with writer actor Katie J. Stone and I thought this was a nice pairing for Deborah because they both are actors who have other roles in the industry, Katie is a writer and producer, currently working on the new show Splinter Cell which is currently…
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This week, Matt & Oren are joined by powerhouse music video director, Hannah Lux Davis, to discuss her filmmaking journey and working with incredible artists! Matt's Endorsement: The Brothers Bloom OST Oren's Endorsement: Hungry Hungry Hippos Hannah's Endorsement: Charli XCX Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send feedback o…
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Have you ever wondered how films pull off spectacular stunts and scenes on the streets of London? In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, we sit down with Steve Dixon, former head of London's Metropolitan Police Film Unit. Steve shares insider stories of coordinating with productions like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Mission: Impossible, and offers va…
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Welcome to another episode of the Filmmaking Stuff podcast, with your host, Tom Malloy. In this action-packed episode, Tom shares the three most common movie pitch mistakes that could ruin your chances of securing funds for your project. He emphasizes the critical importance of pitching to investors and provides actionable tactics to avoid potentia…
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Episode 182 is our bi-weekly panel discussion. This episode was recorded May 8, 2024. Ryan, Levi and I share insights about the festival this year. We talk about smartphone filmmaking and the filmmakers. Then, I open up a bit about how I run our unique film festival. Also, we share personal podcasting stories, including Ryan and Levi’s perspective …
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It’s always way fun to have a guest who is also a fan of the show. This week’s guest is definitely a member of the tribe. We chatted up pre-interview about some of his favorite IFH podcast episodes like Ed Burns and Joe Carnahan and I knew front hen on we were on for a treat. My guest today is award-winning writer, director, and producer, Chris Spa…
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This week we welcome Actor and Producer Deborah Lee Smith on the show to talk about freelance producing, acting and how she balances her many jobs to get a sustainable career in filmmaking. She also talks about working as a producer on Butterfly in the Sky, the documentary about Reading Rainbow. After that we play another round of The Game, enjoy! …
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Are you passionate about the art department in film and TV? Join us on this episode of Filmmaking Framed, where we chat with Marcus Levers-George, an Assistant Art Director with a wealth of experience in high-end productions. Marcus shares insights on overseeing sets and locations, the collaborative process with the art director, and the importance…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 289 from October 2020 with writer and director Jonathan Kiefer who talks about writing and collaborating on his first feature film, Around the Sun which Alrik felt was a good match for our episode with Charles because they are both filmmakers who wrote a feature that was…
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Director Francis Galluppi is on the pod this week to chat with Matt & Oren about his new thriller feature, The Last Stop in Yuma County, starring Jim Cummings! Matt's Endorsement: Fallout Oren's Endorsement: (also Fallout) Meeting Hack Francis' Endorsement: Shot Designer & Shot Deck Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send fe…
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Join us as Abigail Coniah shares her inspiring journey in the film industry, from her start as an extra in "Attack the Block" and starring in commercials, to creating her own films. We delve into the challenges of being typecast, transitioning from theatre to film, and the importance of patience in building a career. Abigail's resilience in the fac…
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In this empowering episode of the Filmmaking Stuff podcast, seasoned filmmaker Tom Malloy shares his experience over two decades ago when his script was held hostage by an unscrupulous producer. He details the deception, the broken promises, and the eventual tough decision that saw him take control of his script and destiny. Tom opens up about his …
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Episode 181 is our bi-weekly panel discussion. This episode was recorded April 28, 2024 live, in-person during IMFF 2024. Joey, Ryan and Levi join me in San Diego during the International Mobile Film Festival’s 13th Edition April 26 thru the 28th. We enjoyed recording this episode in front of an audience. Levi spoke about crowd funding, Ryan shared…
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This week, I invited author, writer, and director, Jamie Nash on the show to discuss his ‘Save The Cats Writes for TV’ formula in his new book, Save the Cat!® Writes for TV: The Last Book on Creating Binge-Worthy Content You'll Ever Need.Jamie is a horror and children’s film screenwriter with fifteen years of experience writing projects for Nickelo…
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This week we welcome Writer Charles Pieper on the show to talk about writing his first feature film Destroy All Neighbors, which premiered on Shudder! After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show which is killing our numbers! The way to fix th…
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Tune into "Filmmaking Framed" for an engaging episode featuring freelance sound designer and editor, Adam Douglas Jones. Immerse yourself in a lively discussion where Adam draws an inventive comparison between crafting soundscapes and creating 'sound pizzas'—a concept where fewer, high-quality ingredients lead to a more impactful result. He offers …
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 174 from September 2018 with writer and director Paulina Lagudi who talks about making her first feature Mail Order Monster after having co produced a feature before hand. I thought Paulina was a good match for Zoe because they both talk about making their first feature …
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Director Tom Morris is back on the pod this week to catch up with Matt & Oren and discuss the ins and outs of booking directing jobs! Matt's Endorsement: Oneohtrix Point Never & CBTM Oren's Endorsement: Burger Lounge Tom's Endorsement: Flouring Bakery Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send feedback or questions to @justshoo…
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In this episode of "Filmmaking Framed," the hosts interview stuntwoman Lucy Johnson. Lucy discusses the preparation and safety measures involved in performing stunts, debunking the misconception of stunt performers as adrenaline junkies. She emphasizes the meticulous planning and training needed for executing dangerous stunts safely, sharing insigh…
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In this episode of the Filmmaking Stuff podcast, host Tom Malloy explains the often misunderstood process of screenwriting. Dispelling the myth that a screenplay is ready after the first draft, Malloy tells new screenwriters that industry executives demand polished scripts reflecting professional standards. The first completion of your screenplay i…
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Join host Tom Malloy in this episode of the "Filmmaking Stuff" podcast for essential tips on how to get your film featured in top industry trade publications like Variety, Hollywood Reporter, and Deadline. Discover the power of press releases, the importance of timing, and how knowing the right people can make all the difference. Whether you're an …
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Today on the show we have returning champion author K.M. Weiland. I wanted to bring her back on the show to discuss her new book Writing Your Story's Theme: The Writer's Guide to Plotting Stories That Matter. Enjoy my conversation with K.M. Weiland. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/indie-film-hustle-a-filmmaking-…
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Join us as we continue our riveting conversation with Emily, a powerhouse executive who has entrenched herself in the landscape of storytelling. Today, she shares a wealth of insights gleaned from an illustrious career behind the scenes and in front of the camera. We're peeling back the curtain to reveal the confluence of skill, craft, and the vibr…
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This week we welcome writer and director Zoe Eisenberg on the show to talk about making her solo directorial debut Chaperone and how she pulled the movie together. After that we play another round of You're The Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show which is killing our numbers! The …
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In this captivating episode of "Filmmaking Framed," hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes are joined by Emmy-winning director, Grammy nominated Producer and seasoned location manager Andy Picheta. Andy regales listeners with stories from his illustrious career, highlighting his exceptional work on music videos and concerts for rock legends such as Bon…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 263 from May 2020 with Greg Barker about moving from career in documentaries to making his first narrative feature for Netflix. I thought this was a good pairing for Stefon because both their first narrative features were produced by Netflix, under very different circums…
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This week, Matt & Oren catch up and discuss the stress of scheduling your filmmaking life! Matt's Endorsement: Bob Baker Marionette Theater & Bob Baker Day Oren's Endorsement: Pen Click, Tesla, & Oren's Insta Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Send feedback or questions to @justshootitpod or justshootitpod@gmail.com. Follow …
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, industry professional Mike Saxon provides insights into the role of an assistant production office coordinator (APOC) and the various responsibilities involved in supporting film production. The conversation delves into the dynamics of production teams, the hierarchy of roles within the industry, and the import…
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Tune into the latest episode of the "Filmmaking Stuff" podcast with host Tom Malloy as we dive into the tricky waters of following trends in the film industry. Discover why trying to jump on the latest movie trend might not be the best strategy and how timing is everything. Learn from stories shared by industry veterans about the highs and lows of …
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The Sundance Institute is currently accepting applications for support in script development. In this episode, I give you the lowdown on what the screenwriters lab is like, why it's worth applying and also what you should focus on if you're serious about getting accepted! I also share my 8 year journey from submitting my first script to finally bei…
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Today on the show we have screenwriter and script doctor, John Winston Rainey. John is the co-author, along with legendary script consultant Linda Seger, of the book You Talkin’ to Me?: How to Write Great Dialogue. John has written 25 screenplays of which 3 have been produced and 10 have been optioned. He has been a script consultant since 1989 and…
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This week we welcome director Stefon Bristol on the show to talk about his 2nd feature Breathe which he made with Thunder Road, being mentored by Spike Lee and how he got his first feature produced by Netflix. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads …
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Join Alex Shipman as she delves into her role as an EPK videographer, capturing the intricacies of film production behind the scenes. From her journey as a trainee to working on projects like Star Wars Episode IX, she shares insights into creating captivating marketing materials and documentaries. Discover the challenges of navigating film sets, bu…
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