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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 ...
 
Join us as we go behind the scenes and onset with Director of Photography Austin Roghelia and Producer Trevor Barone from Ideal Impact Media and Spark11 Productions. "How We Shot It" dives into commercial and wedding video production. Topics will include pre-production, lighting, audio, directing, gear, and everything in between. Watch At: https://www.youtube.com/c/Check2Studios Engage At: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Check2Studios Support At: https://www.patreon.com/check2studios
 
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We have today, 80s horror icon Michael Myers, also known as, Nick Castle. Director, writer, and actor - notable for directing The Last Starfighter (1984), Major Payne (1995), and Escape from New York (1981) among others.Nick’s fictional character, Micheal Myers, in the Box Office $255 million-grossing Halloween film is possibly one of his most well…
 
One of Adam Bricker's favorite things about being a cinematographer is the opportunity to collaborate with different filmmakers, try something new and make each project the best it can be. His most recent project is the HBO Max comedy series Hacks, which just earned him an Emmy nomination for best cinematography. Adam was given the scripts for the …
 
Hello party people! On the show today we are chatting with one of my favorite cinematographers Mr. Scott Cunningham. Scott has a fantastic eye and has been a part of some amazing projects and in our conversation he shares his unique path into cinematography, what the most important aspects of a great DP are, and much more. Hopefully we can get Scot…
 
I've said many times before on the show, sometimes you just don't know what impact these conversations will have when I put out an episode. I mean, it's just me with a mic in a room with a Yoda statue behind me. I’m honored to have on the show today, a long-time IFH tribe member who has appreciated and utilized the knowledge bombs we share on here.…
 
I've been getting asked almost daily if filmmakers should submit to film festivals during the pandemic since most festivals are moving online? Well, I went straight to an expert to discuss this.On the show today I have one of the leading authorities on film festivals, Chris Holland from Film Festival Secrets.com. Chris is a 20-year veteran of film …
 
In Season 4 we will be deconstructing the work and career of the legendary film director Quentin Tarantino on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Networkhttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.comAlex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Special: The Cinematography Podcast- War Stories Vol. 7In our seventh War Stories Special, we feature eleven guest's harrowing, hilarious, heartbreaking or heartwarming stories they had while on set, or a formative career experience that led them to the film industry.Find full interviews with each of our featured guests in our archives!Both cinemat…
 
I wanted to take a deep dive into the marketing side of screenwriting today because it is in fact, a necessity in the industry today. Unfortunately, not many writers bother themselves as much about marketing their work. While I have some course resources on the IFH Academy website to help writers pitch stories or to get past the gatekeepers and so …
 
Our guest today is a triple threat. Actress, filmmaker, and writer, Zoe Lister-Jones, who made headways in 2017 with her all-female crew directorial debut, Band Aid. The decision was inspired to foster new creative experiences amidst the staggering inequity on sets.A couple who can't stop fighting embarks on a last-ditch effort to save their marria…
 
In Season 4 we will be deconstructing the work and career of the legendary film director Quentin Tarantino on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Networkhttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.comAlex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
This week on the show we are answering some random job interview questions and overall just trying to mix things up. We are back with interviews and breakdowns in the future so don't worry but I thought we'd have some fun this week. Enjoy! Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training It is finally here!! I have been waiting for the technology to catch …
 
Welcome to the newest member of the IFH Podcast Network. May I introduce you to Inside the Screenwriter's MInd: A Screenwriting Archive.Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside a screenwriter’s mind? In this podcast, we explore how successful screenwriters tackle structure, plot, character, dialog, and the film business. Get ready to go down th…
 
It is an absolute thrill to have Jack Epps Jr. on the show today. The award-winning writer, USC Cinematic Arts professor and filmmaker is a member of the Writer's Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He’s best known for writing Top Gun (1986), Pigs vs. Freaks, The Secret of My Success, Turner & Hooch, and Anaconda 1…
 
Director of photography Jake Polonsky was a fan of the band Sparks for several years, a love he developed after seeing the band perform at a music festival. Jake had frequently worked with director Edgar Wright, shooting commercials and music videos in the early 2000's, and then as the second unit DP on Wright's movie, The World's End. Both Jake an…
 
On the mic, today is 80s horror icon Michael Myers, also known as, Nick Castle who is also a director, writer, and actor - notable for directing The Last Starfighter (1984), Major Payne (1995), and Escape from New York (1981) among others.Nick’s fictional character, Micheal Myers, in the Box Office $255 million-grossing Halloween film is possibly o…
 
This week on the show we are taking a trip back in time to one of the very first episodes of the podcast with a cinematographer who is a personal favorite, Mr. Stefan Duscio. Stefan was one of the first guests on the show and he has gone on to do a number of fantastic projects post his appearance. Either the podcast has an eye for attracting talent…
 
FT 078: Hybrid Self Distribution in the Times of COVID with Peter Rader by Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film BusinessAlex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Today, we are hearing from one of the cultural influencers of the 90s film industry, and that’s non-other but Gary Goldstein, producer of the iconic rom-com, Pretty Woman, starring Richard Gere, and Julia Roberts.A man in a legal but hurtful business needs an escort for some social events and hires a beautiful prostitute he meets... only to fall in…
 
It's been a hell of a year so far. I've been blessed to have had the honor of speaking to some amazing screenwriters and man today's guest is high on that list. On the show, we have writer/director Joe Carnahan. Joe directed his first-feature-length film Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane. which was screened at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival and won …
 
We all need a kick in the butt sometimes on our filmmaking or screenwriting journey. This show will do just that. Never stop chasing that filmmaking dream. Keep on hustling.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (ifhpodcastnetwork.com)Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
As a filmmaker, director of photography Stuart Biddlecombe wants to visually put his ideas on screen, telling stories that he genuinely connects to with true creative collaborators who listen and contribute. When Stuart came aboard to shoot part of season three of The Handmaid's Tale, he knew he was taking on the mantle of what has become an iconic…
 
Our guest today is 80s star, multiple-awards film, and theater actor, and activist, Edward James Olmos. Olmos's roles in films or TV shows like Stand and Deliver, Battlestar Galactica, broadway musical and film Zoot Suit, Blade Runner as detective Gaff, and many others are some of the most memorable of all time and he's still dominating our screens…
 
On the show today we are finally branching out and breaking down a bit of a different style TVC. It isn't very often we get to look at something a bit more fashion and that is exactly what we are doing today. Not much lighting from an electric point of view in this episode but lots of focus on shooting schedule, location, and orientation and how th…
 
Welcome to the newest member of the IFH Podcast Network. May I introduce you to Inside the Screenwriter's MInd: A Screenwriting Archive.Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside a screenwriter’s mind? In this podcast, we explore how successful screenwriters tackle structure, plot, character, dialog, and the film business. Get ready to go down th…
 
Finding your purpose in life allows you to live a life of purpose. Rebekah tapped into her passion for film in 2009 and rebirth a whole new meaning to her life that has led her to build a successful business consultant in Hollywood. She is an award-winning consultant and media personality with more than 10 years of consulting experience. Rebekah is…
 
I promise the title of today’s episode is not clickbait. Our guest, Wayne Godfrey is a British film producer, CEO of fintech platform, Purely Capital, and expert film financier who’ve raised nearly $325 million for more than 120 independent feature films. Wayne founded Purely Capital in 2018 to enables film and TV rights owners a way to accelerate …
 
Alice Brooks grew up on Broadway musical theater and movies as a kid, and loves shooting music and dance oriented films and TV shows. Alice has always been in awe of dancers, and though she isn't a dancer herself, she is inspired by their work ethic and loves that she can capture dance with her camera.Working on In The Heights has fulfilled a lifel…
 
I am extremely excited to have on the show today a fellow podcaster, established producer, director, and writer, Mick Garris. Mick’s podcast, Post Mortem with Mick Garris, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversati…
 
Let me introduce to you all, filmmaker and award-winning film-preneur, Greg Hemmings - Chief storyteller and CEO of Hemmings House Pictures limited. I wanted to address the serious problem of verbal abuse interns and other crew persons face on film sets from directors, producers, or others in charge.Why would I invite a CEO to discuss this topic? W…
 
Hello podcast people! This week on the show we are chatting with cinematographer Dillon Schneider about cracking into the narrative world, first features, two camera systems and a whole lot more. I really enjoyed talking to Dillon and I hope you are able to get some useful tips out of his experience. Enjoy! Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training …
 
FT 077: The American Film Market in the Times of COVID-19 with Jonathan Wolf by Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film BusinessAlex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Now, I was scanning the web the other day, and I came across a book about the making of Quentin Tarantino's first feature film. Quite fascinated that someone took the time to dig into the unreleased, My Best Friend's Birthday, which I've spoken about a bit on my podcast and also written a couple of articles about the film. So, as per usual, I invit…
 
Over his long career, cinematographer Dan Stoloff feels he's always learning as a DP. Every job, even if it seems small, is an opportunity to meet people and build relationships.Dan's latest project, The Boys season two on Amazon Prime, plays with the idea that superheroes in that world are actually just corrupt and possibly psychotic people with s…
 
Today’s guest is a writer, director, producer, actor and indie filmmaking legend Edward Burns. Many of you might have heard of the Sundance Film Festival winning film called The Brothers McMullen, his iconic first film that tells the story of three Irish Catholic brothers from Long Island who struggle to deal with love, marriage, and infidelity. Hi…
 
IFH 479: Bringing Comedy and Real Life Tragedy to Netflix with Iliza Shlesinger by Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film BusinessAlex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
On the show today we are chatting with cinematographer David McFarland about his latest work on the film 12 Might Orphans. In this episode we go over the challenges of shooting a period film, embracing lens character, prepping a job and so much more. If you haven't seen the movie make sure you check the link below so you can see for yourself the el…
 
Welcome to the newest member of the IFH Podcast Network. May I introduce you to Inside the Screenwriter's MInd: A Screenwriting Archive.Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside a screenwriter’s mind? In this podcast, we explore how successful screenwriters tackle structure, plot, character, dialog, and the film business. Get ready to go down th…
 
Global icon, musician, and animal rights activist, Moby (né, Richard Melville Hall) has lived many lives right before the gazes and judgment of the world.Self-discovery is a continual process that each time, when done right, unravels a new purpose and even newer challenges. This conversation is about the rise and fall of ego, fame, fortune, self-de…
 
Our guest today, RJ Cutler opened up 2021 with his raw, emotional and remarkable new documentary Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry. He’s a phenomenal documentary and TV director and producer with nearly thirty years of experience in the business. The $2 million dollars documentary film which was directed, written, and produced by Cutler ce…
 
Our guest today is the well-regarded screenwriting lecturer, story consultant, and eminent author, Robert McKee. Reputable for his globally-renowned ‘Story Seminars’ that cover the principles and styles of storytelling.McKee’s work has shaped the way Hollywood movies have been written for years. Particularly, Story: Substance, Structure, Style and …
 
Cinematographer Jeffrey Jur chose the path of filmmaker not just as a job, but to put something out into the world that he finds personally wonderful and amazing. He sees filmmaking as a way to express what he says to the world visually and photographically. Jeff always tries to find projects that reflect a part of him and keep him creatively inspi…
 
The film industry had to adjust a lot since the hit of COVID. Thanks to streaming services, the hit wasn’t as volatile as could be. Now that society seems to be reaching the end of the pandemic, the future of the filmmaking and film experience post-COVID has become part of the conversation. To help us explore the subject, I have on the show today, …
 
On the podcast this week we take a look at a recent spot I shot and breakdown the lighting and lensing. Based on feedback from the last few breakdown episodes I've decided to show the uncorrected frames straight out of the camera so you can get a better idea of the levels being captured on set. It doesn't give you an idea of the actual look but hop…
 
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