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This show is about more of stop motion film making but this time I'm going in deth. Using plaster to make your set and old news papers. By now you have found yourself a studio or a spare room you can use as a studio. But remember that you may be in this room up to a year or more working on your film.
Next we going to cover how to set up your stage. http://www.withoutabox.com and sign up this is were you will find the film festivals all over.
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Tom Malloy has raised more than $25 million in private equity from independent financiers and has written, produced and starred, or co-starred, in nearly all the films. Some of these films include ASHLEY, which starred Nicole Fox and Michael Madsen last year, LOVE N’ DANCING, directed by Rob Iscove, and stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, and Betty White; and the psychological thriller THE ALPHABET KILLER, directed by Rob Schmidt, and starring, Timothy Hutton, Tom, and Oscar Winner Melissa Leo. In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Tom is an accomplished author whose book BANKROLL: A New Approach to Financing Feature Films is considered the “gold standard” of indie film financing instruction. A second edition came out in 2012.
Join us as we discuss the process of film making, what you are missing by only watching domestic films and films of specific genres, and the difference between independent vs big budget films. Special guest will be Director Mike Jacks from M05 Films. Thursday November 5 only on SIRA Media Radio.
Filmmaker "Johnny Blayz" joins me for a discussion on how he was able to create a movie with a limited budget (as most of us are) and make it look good. If you haven't seen his short film "CLUTCH" you can see it here
If the link doesn't work, copy and paste into your address bar. There is also a shorter version available online to see (3 min version). Enjoy the interview and the film!
Catholic film producer/director (and one of Sean's favorite guests) Jim Morlino (www.NavisPictures.com) joins Sean to talk about his latest project, the challenges of making feature films on tiny budgets, and the other projects Jim has been involved with lately.
Monica Fitzgibbons, co-founder of DeMonfort Music and Aim Higher Recordings, talks about her latest projects, and the incredible success she's seen with projects from religious communities that have hit the top of the Billboard Classical Music Chart (and stayed there!).
Pursuing your passion is never easy but it seems to be even harder for people whose passion is creative. Yet every day more people seek to defy the odds and see their creative dreams come to fruition Tonight’s guest as actively pursuing their passions and seeing success.
Memphis born and raised, Antonio James attended dozens of schools before graduating and heading into the Air Force. He left after one term, returning home to hardship and unemployment. It was then that he found his passion: filmmaking. After working on local music videos and commercials, he directed his first film, Trey: The Movie, on a shoestring budget of $750. The film has received critical acclaim and to date has earned $400,000. Antonio has relocated to Los Angeles where he continues to pursue his celluloid dream.
Writer/Director/Producer Carolyn McDonald has spent her career in media. In her eclectic career, she’s worked for Carrie Productions (Danny Glover’s production company) where she produced the critically-acclaimed films Freedom Song and Buffalo Soliders. She also directed and produced P.N.O.K. – Primary Next of Kin, a short film written by yours truly. Currently, she operates the District 7 production company. With a lifetime of creative pursuits behind her, Carolyn has found her true passion and will discuss it tonight!
This week I speak on making Indie films, how to get started.
The cameras I used, to program to put it all together and where
to find your actors and locations for your movie.
Why talk to your local police and the city hall, and where to
Most of all the scrip and how to get it going on the right track.
Join us as we discuss the Hulk rumors of him chaning colors in the new AVENGERS MOVIE.
Today at a live press event at Midtown Comics in New York City moderated by Marvel PR man Chris D’Lando, Marvel Comics’ Executive Editor Tom Brevoort and Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso announced that the Marvel Universe will smash together with the Ultimate Universe and will be replaced by Battleworld -- a mashup of many different Marvel realities.
Take a moment to compose yourself.
This huge development has been in the works for some time in Jonathan Hickman’s years-long Avengers saga. The heroes have been trying to stop a series of universe-ending “incursions” where two universes collide with one another. The inciting incident to May’s eight-part Secret Wars event will be when the heroes fail to stop the regular and Ultimate universes from crashing together. The resulting Battleworld will the Marvel Universe going forward.
Come join us on the on going conversation of Agent Carter.
"Let's Coach with Mark & Carolyn" January 21, 2015 Noon EST
Storytellers...crafting cinematic stories
Patti White and Lee Anderson are award winning filmmakers based in Annapolis, Maryland. FILMSTERS, LLC, their film company, has credits in films and documentaries and has worked with numerous broadcast and cable networks. Patti and Lee also created and organize the annual Annapolis Film Festival (coming up in March) and the FILMSTERS academy, a summer program to teach young people about filmmaking. With years of experience and the diverse creative talents and business backgrounds of its founders, FILMSTERS develops and produces documentaries, television programming, feature films, branded entertainment and multi-platform digital content.
Join Mark and Carolyn as we talk with the FILMSTERS about movie making outside of Hollywood.
Listen Wednesday, January 21st, Noon EST
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