Directing

IFH 249: How to Breakdown the Door in Hollywood with Carole Kirschner

Carole Kirschner, CBS Diversity Institute Writers Mentoring Program, WGA Showrunner Training Program, Hollywood Game Plan

How to Breakdown the Door in Hollywood with Carole Kirschner Today’s guest is Carole Kirschner. Carole was at CBS Comedy and then hired as Vice President of Steven Spielberg’s first Amblin Television. During that time, Carole heard more than 3,000 pitches, bought hundreds of scripts, and was involved in developing dozens of television series. In…

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IFH 246: Directing Color on Set with Ollie Kenchington

Directing Color on Set with Ollie Kenchington Today on the show we have color master Ollie Kenchington. Ollie is a filmmaker, editor, and colorist. He has released an amazing new course called Directing Color. The course focuses on the use of color not only in color grading but also on-set. Since I’ve been a colorist for over…

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How to Shoot & Direct an Improvised Feature Film in 24 Hours

UDEMY FILMMAKING COURSE, IMPROVISED FEATURE FILM, FRIENDS, FOES & FIREWORKS, IVAN MALEKIN, SARAH JAYNE, How to Shoot & Direct an Improvised Feature Film in 24 Hours

How to Shoot & Direct an Improvised Feature Film in 24 Hours So after my interview with award-winning independent filmmaking duo, Sarah Jayne, and Ivan Malekin (You can listen to that interview here) I decide to develop an online course with them teaching filmmakers How to Shoot & Direct an Improvised Feature Film in 24 Hours. Take…

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IFH 243: How to Make SERIOUS Money as a Filmmaker

How to Make Money as a Filmmaker, how to make money as an independent filmmaker, how much money does a filmmaker make, how filmmakers make money, how much money do filmmakers make, how do filmmakers make money, how do filmmakers make money, how to make money as a filmmaker

How to Make Money as a Filmmaker I always get asked, “How to make money as a filmmaker or can you make money as a filmmaker?” The short answer is yes, of course, you can but will it be easy, HELL NO! What’s a filmmaker to do? I’ve been able to develop an over 20-year…

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Case Study: “CON” a 7,000 Euros Irish Feature Film

Case Study: “CON” a 7,000 Euros Irish Feature Film One thing I want to make abundantly clear from the beginning is that producing a feature film for 7,000 euros (8,500 dollars) in total (from idea all the way to screen) is not easy. You have to think outside the box. The point is this; you…

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