Paul Battista Interview – Independent Film Producing [Podcast]

Paul Battista Interview

Entertainment lawyer and filmmaker Paul Battista talks about his new book Independent Film Producing: The Outsider’s Guide to Producing a First Low Budget Feature Film. We talk about low budget filmmaking and producing, mistakes first time filmmakers make, the definition of success, and lots of other useful info.

At the end of the podcast find out how you can win a copy of Paul’s book, plus a Kickstarter invite. (Spoiler: Leave a comment below on why you’d find this book useful and what you’d use the Kickstarter invite for)

Find out more about Independent Film Producing at www.PaulBattista.biz.

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Jon Reiss Interview – Think Outside The Box Office [Podcast]

Jon Reiss Interview

Jon Reiss (@Jon_Reiss) has become one of the main voices on DIY and alternative distribution (along with Ted Hope). He’s a filmmaker and the author of the book Think Outside the Box Office, an invaluable resource for anyone who’s made or (more preferably) is thinking about making a film.

In the podcast we talk about different distribution options, alternative screening venues, building an audience, the closing of B-Side Entertainment, Tribeca’s VOD announcement, and more.

Check out Jon’s blog at www.jonreiss.com/blog

And get the book at www.thinkoutsidetheboxoffice.com

If you happen to be in Miami on Saturday, Jon will be on a panel on DIY Distribution that’s part of the Miami International Film Festival. More info here.

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Film School – Triumphs and Failures [Podcast]

Film School – Episode 3

Daniel, a prospective Film School student and aspiring cinematographer, asks Andrew, Cherie, Carlos and I questions about our FSU Film School experience, thoughts on film school in general, and post film school choices.

For more on Film School, be sure to check out FSU Film School Q&As.

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Feature Film Editing and Kickstarter [Podcast]

Episode 2

Andrew, Cherie, Carlos and I gathered around the kitchen table over ice cream last week as we discussed the editing process of Cherie’s first movie, No Matter What, and a Kickstarter project I’m about to post. Expect to hear a lot more about both subjects in the future.

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The podcast has chapter marks, but here’s a quick rundown:

  • 1:17 – Discussion on Film Runtimes
  • 5:06 – Editing while Shooting
  • 11:48 – Set Paperwork
  • 15:53 – Existential Editing
  • 21:00 – Film as Architecture
  • 22:54 – Kickstarter

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Objectified Q&A [New Podcast Series]

Episode 1

So I’m starting a Coffee and Celluloid Podcast series. Well, hopefully it’ll turn into a series. The catalyst for starting this is I recorded a few of the question and answer sessions from Full Frame, and I figured the best way to share that with you is through a podcast. So the first few episodes will just be Q&As from different films. In the longer term (but no promises) I hope to turn it into an interview series with interviews of filmmakers, photographers, and other cool people.

Episode 1 – Objectified

This first episode is from Objectified, directed by Gary Hustwit. You can download the episode from the link above. I’ll get this listed on iTunes soon.

The music is by El Ten Eleven.

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