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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 359 from Februrary 2022 with writer and show runner Rebecca Cutter who talks about working her way up in the writers room and creating her own show, Hightown! I thought Rebecca was a good match for Debby because they both worked their way up in writers rooms before runni…
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Today on the show we have screenwriter, consultant, and studio executive, Jeff Willis. Jeff has been in the film business for over 15 years as a writer and executive working on films like Avengers: End Game, Spider-Man: Far from Home, Captain Marvel, and Black Panther to name a few.Around 30 minutes into the show we begin to discuss the business of…
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This week we welcome writer and showrunner Debby Wolfe on the show to talk about being the creator/showrunner of Lopez vs. Lopez and how she landed that show after working her way up in writers rooms. After that we play another round of Ask The Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show …
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 222 from August 2019 with writer director Kevin O’Brien who talks about making his first feature film At The End of the Day and making the movie in his home town. I thought this was a nice pairing for Nathan because they both raised the budgets for their films on their o…
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Today on the show, we have Greg Gertmenian, who is the Head of Script Analytics and Film Development at Slated. He is also the co-inventor of the Script Score, the only screenplay evaluation tool proven to accurately predict good films. Helped arrange to finance of films like SUPER TROOPERS 2, DEEP MURDER, CRUISE, AT FIRST LIGHT, GOD BLESS THE BROK…
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This week we welcome Writer Director Nathan Blackwell to talk about writing and directing his latest feature The Last Movie Ever Made which he made on a shoestring budget in a small Arizona Town. After that we play another round of Ask the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show which…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 152 from way back in April of 2018 with Ian James Duncan who talked about making a web series fan film based on Half Life which received over a million views online. We thought this was a good match for the Ren team because they both talk about web series and how they ca…
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I always wondered how someone would get into the video game writing business. Today's guest is screenwriter/game development guru Robert Denton Bryant and he answers that question and so much more.Robert Denton Bryant has worked in Hollywood in marketing and production, and in video games as a publisher and a developer. He has been Executive Produc…
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This week we welcome Ren: The Girl with The Mark Co Creators/Directors/Writers, Kate Madison and Christopher Dane and current showrunner DP and Writer Neil Oseman on the show to talk about how they made two seasons of a Fantasy web series on roughly a $40k budget. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all list…
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films ⁠(⁠@CKFilmsNY⁠). 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 podcast on our YouTube channel ⁠here⁠. Thi…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 336 from September 2021 with director Ben Hickernell who talks about raising the funds for his features, especially his fifth feature What We Found which is a Who Done It but set in high school. We thought this was a good match for Travis because they both made who done …
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After many requests, I decided to finally tackle the dreaded query letter. I bring back to the show screenwriter, author, and IFH Academy instructor Geoffrey Calhoun. Below Query Letter Checklist and a few areas, we discuss in the episode. No Snail Mail Do Your Research Address the Letter to Individuals, not "To Whom It May Concern" It's about the …
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This week we welcome Writer Director Travis Burgess on the show to talk about writing and directing his first feature film Hayseed and how he made a who done it on a budget. 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 num…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 160 with Howard Franklin about his long career in hollywood as a writer and director. I thought he was a good match for Adam because Adam also wrote many features before directing his first feature, just like Adam. After that we play another round of The Game, enjoy! A b…
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Today's guest is screenwriter Brian Herskowitz. He wrote the book called Process to Product: From Concept to Script: A Practical Guide for the Screenwriter. Like millions before him, Brian Herskowitz moved out to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. He soon learned that there was a dearth of roles for shorter leading men and began searching for …
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This week we welcome writer/director Adam Cooper on the show to talk about his career as a screenwriter and making his first feature film as a director, Sleeping Dogs starring Russel Crowe. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Sleeping Dogs releases Only in Theaters on Friday, March 22 so make sure to get your tickets now! …
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 354 from January 2022 with director Luis Prieto who talk about how he got into directing features, directing comedies in Italy before making his first english speaking film with Shattered. I thought they Luis was a good match for Gabriel because they both made movies in …
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, ⁠CK Films ⁠(⁠@CKFilmsNY⁠). 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 podcast on our YouTube channel ⁠here⁠. Thi…
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to break into a network television writer's room? Then this episode is for you. Today's guest is Steven Vitolo and he did just that. His latest written episode is on the hit ABC show Black-ish. Steven has over 10 years of experience working in writer's rooms, most recently as a script coordinator on the TV serie…
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This week we welcome writer/director Gabriel Abrantes on the show to talk about making his horror feature Amelia’s Children, what it was like to play Cannes with his first feature, Diamantino and his process in writing the film. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Watch Liz's new short film Witchy on youtube: https://www.y…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 271 from June 2020 with writer, director, producer and actor Leah McKendrick I thought this was a nice match for Laura Adkin episode since they both do it all, did more acting then writing/directing and forged their way to produce and direct their own movies. After that …
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You should all know this by now. I love bringing on different perspectives on the craft because you never know what might click for someone. At the end of the day, we are all trying to tell a and compelling story. I invited to the show this week Julian Hoxter to talk about his book, The Creative Screenwriter: 12 Rules to Follow and Break to Unlock …
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Welcome to CK Café: the show about film & independent artistry created by acclaimed indie production company, CK Films (@CKFilmsNY). 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 podcast on our YouTube channel here. This week…
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This week we welcome actor, writer, producer and director Laura Adkin on the show to talk about writing and directing her first feature Re: Uniting that premiered at the Austin Film Festival, big shout out to Eric Tom’s for going out there and grabbing this interview. After that we play another round of You're the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all …
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 322 from August 2021 with director Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch who talk about their filmmaking careers, going from indie features to directing the 2019 remake of Pet Cemetary and directing episodes of the The Scream TV show. I thought they were a good match for the N…
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I was glad to take a deep dive into the deep end of horror screenwriting with writer and producer, Devin Watson, notably known for writing and producing The Cursed (2010) which was the first draft he wrote in only two days. He’s also written several books, the latest of which is Horror Screenwriting: The Nature of Fear. Horror has, among all of the…
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This week we welcome writers and directors Ian and Eshom Nelms back on the show to talk about their latest feature Red Right Hand starring Orlando Bloom, Andie McDowell and Garret Dillahunt. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Watch Liz's new short film Witchy on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk5WtIOz5do Watch A…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 323 from June 2021 with star and co-director Kate Forsatz and editor Meredith Veach who talk about making their feature Threebound, a romantic comedy that they shot in NYC in eleven days! I thought this was a nice match for Leila and Jesse’s episode since they made their…
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Today on the show is Rebecca Windsor, the Vice-President of the Warner Bros. Television Workshop, the premier writing and directing program for professionals looking to start and/or further their careers in television.As an extension of her role developing new talent, Rebecca was recruited to help launch Warner Bros. new digital content brand Stage…
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This week we welcome writers and actors Leila Gorstein and Jesse Kendall on the show to talk about making the absurd romantic comedy Love Dump which is also their first features as writers and stars. After that we play another round of THE GAME, enjoy! Here's the ticket link to get your seat for the festival now! https://ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 211 from May 2019 with director Justin Warren who talks about making his first feature film and willing the movie into existence. I thought this was a nice pairing for Theo because they both pulled their films together however they could and got them distributed on their…
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We have on the show today writer Shaye Ogbonna.When not in pursuit of retro sneakers, Shaye Ogbonna can be found worshiping at the Temple of Story. His most recent feature project is the contemporary western feature GOD’S COUNTRY — starring the incomparable Thandiwe Newton. Based on a short story by acclaimed author James Lee Burke, God’s Country i…
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This week we welcome Writer Director Theo Brown to talk about writing and directing his first feature An Electric Sleep and how he casted the film with After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Here's the ticket link to get your seat for the festival now! https://ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/purchase/15160?siteToken=y62bhsm2h1sfp4…
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Acclaimed screenwriter and producer Arash Amel is known for writing the critically-lauded motion picture, A PRIVATE WAR (2018), directed by Matthew Heineman and starring Rosamund Pike as celebrated war correspondent, Marie Colvin. He recently served as Executive Producer on the Netflix sci-fi action movie, OUTSIDE THE WIRE (2021), starring Anthony …
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