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IFH 339: What to Do When Your Film Project Falls Apart

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What to Do When Your Film Project Falls Apart

We all have gone through it, a project falls apart after months if not years of you working on it. It has happened to me so many times I lost count. I based my book Shooting for the Mob on my biggest and most painful failure. In this episode, I share my experience on how to deal with a dream-crushing event.

“ALL filmmaking careers are forged by the failures you have in this business.”

You need to understand that EVERY FILMMAKER at EVERY LEVEL has gone or is going through a project falling apart. Let’s discuss how we can deal with this and keep moving forward towards our filmmaking dream.

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