This episode I get to speak with filmmaker Rob Smat who made the film THE LAST WHISTLE. Incredibly smart guy.
In this episode, I discuss the finance module of THE PRODUCER BOOTCAMP. There also may be a few tid bits in there you didn’t think of when …
Set your film up for success by putting together a team that actually makes a difference. Think outside the box and bring people to your team that actually have value.
Diving into the script module of the course and what makes a script worth producing.
Nancy is awesome. She knows her shit when it comes to distro and marketing for films. She isn’t shying away from what isn’t working and how film …
I love Winter. Seriously guys, Winter is great. She’s a powerhouse of a creator. Check out her stuff and listen to her on the podcast.
Paul Jun is the co-founder and creator of a new video steaming platform incentivizing audiences to rate and review films by “gameifying” their …
This episode is one of my favorites. My friend Max Landwirth of Landwirth Legacy Productions has great insight into indie film producing starting from scratch to making a steady living from it.
Tax credits and incentives don’t make a bad deal good. They only make a good deal better. So how do you make sure your movie is a good deal? It’s in the margins.
Focus on the quality and success will come.
Remove the distractions. Get out of your head. Get focused. A short follow up episode to the last.
Focus! Oh and the name of the book I reference is “So Good They Can’t Ignore You” by Cal Newport.
Jason Charnick is not only a very knowledgeable filmmaker but also a great guy. He gives tons of awesome information to any new producers out there looking to make their first film, especially on a tight budget. We …
I sit down with my dear friend and fellow producer Deborah Smith to discuss the emotional and mental health struggles that come with producing and filmmaking. It can get lonely and depressing making a movie or helming a …
I interview my dear friend Marc Cleary about his experience with pitching TV shows and selling pilots. You asked...we delivered.
The more we can accept that making a movie is difficult REGARDLESS of if we DIY it or go with a distribution company, the less blind we will be to …
I FINALLY have Cooper Ulrich on the podcast with me. We go through how to get out of a mental rut when we sometimes feel like s**t about our careers.
Why are we doing everything on our own? Why does self-distribution even have the word “self” in it? Makes no sense. Community is king. There’s power in numbers.
Why hasn’t anyone challenged the 2-4 week release window yet? Why is that the metric for our film’s success? Other businesses don’t do that. Why are we giving up before we’ve even started?
Own your shit people and that includes your side hustle. As artists, we need money, so go get some! Do what you need to do and own it.
The first introductory episode into The Producer Bootcamp podcast. You’ll find out what to expect in upcoming episodes.
Are you the creator of this podcast?
and pick the featured episodes for your show.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase