I can’t believe we’re here: Episode 100! This is incredible!
Well, the first IFH Podcast episode went live September 2015. That’s a short time to be able to produce 100 podcast episodes, but what can I say I’m a hustler = )
I’m so glad I finally got around to launch Indie Film Hustle, because the podcast has done wonders for my brand, my career and my life. The results were far beyond what I had ever imagined.
It allows me to reach more people than I could ever do with just my blog alone, and at the same time create a much deeper connection with them too. Beyond that, it has opened up doors to my filmmaking career, keynote speaking opportunities, potential book deals and more.
THANK YOU IFH TRIBE!
Without you, the Indie Film Hustle Tribe, the IFH Podcast would had never reached episode 100 or become the #1 filmmaking podcast on iTunes! I owe you guys so much, and that’s why I’m extremely excited for the next 100 episodes of this podcast. Your support means the world to me, and I appreciate each and every one of you! As a thank you gift I’m giving IFH listeners ONE FREE MONTH to the Indie Film Syndicate Membership Community (Click Here for Details)
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This Weeks Special Guest – Aaron Kaufman & Brian Levin
On this special episode of the show I have a chat with Aaron Kaufman. Not only was he Robert Rodriguez’s producer on films like Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Machete and Machete Kills but he also directed a film called Urge starring James Bond Legend Pierce Bronson.
I grilled poor Aaron on all things Robert Rodriguez, working with big stars, dealing with studios with $50 Million+ budgets in the balance and much more.
We also invite later on the show one of Aaron Kaufman’s producing partners, Brian Levin, from their new film Flock of Dudes starring Chris D’Elia, Hilary Duff, Jamie Chung, and Ray Liotta. I had a ball speaking with these guys.
Here’s to the Next 100 Episodes!
Thank you all so much for your support! Here’s to the next 100 episodes! If you have any guest suggestions, please feel free to leave them in the comments!
Keep that hustle going, keep that dream alive and I’ll talk to you soon.
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
- INDIE FILM SYNDICATE – ONE FREE MONTH SPECIAL (Ends Sept 22nd)
- This is Meg
- Fiverr – Close Caption Your Film for Amazon Video Direct
- IFH 088: Why Filmmakers are Always So Damn Broke & What They Can Do to Change It
- Aaron Kaufman – IMDB
- Aaron Kaufman – Twitter
- Flock of Dudes
- Brian Levin
- Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
- Machete Kills
- Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World
- Films on Amazon Video Direct (WATCH FOR FREE on Amazon Prime)
- Filmmaking Hacks
- Twitter Hacks
- Film Festival Hacks
- Cinematic DSLR
- Intro to RED Cinema Camera
- Business of Screenwriting
- Story Blueprint: Hero’s Two Journeys
- VideoBlocks.com – (IFH Discount SAVE $50)
- Werner Herzog Filmmaking Master Class
- Aaron Sorkin Screenwriting Master Class
- FreeFilmBook.com (Download Your FREE Filmmaking Audio Book)
- INDIE FILM SYNDICATE Filmmaking Community
- IFH’s Online Film School
- Six Secrets to get into Film Festivals for FREE!
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