This week on the podcast, Alex Ferrari joins me again to talk about his new new book which is about one of his craziest adventures in Hollywood as a young director, his new film, On The Corner of Ego and Desire, and his new streaming platform, which aims to educate and showcase indie filmmakers and films.
Kentucky filmmaker Archie Borders talks about his career while living far from Hollywood and how he was able to put his latest film together, Under the Eiffel Tower.
This week on the SYS Podcast, screenwriter Matthew Brown talks about writing the screenplay for his new indie drama, Maine, and how he got it produced.
This week on the podcast I talk with filmmakers Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes about their latest indy feature, For Now. We talk through the entire process of how they were able to get this film finished.
Filmmaker Vladimir de Fontenay talks about taking his short film, Mobile Homes, and how he used that as a marketing tool to get the feature version produced.
This week, Joseph Culp comes on the podcast to talk about his long career as an actor and how that got him ready for his new role as a writer/director on his latest feature film, Welcome To The Men's Club.
In this episode of the podcast I talk to screenwriter Laura Eason about how she was able to use her successful playwriting career as a spring board to writing for 'House of Cards' and how that lead her to her latest feature film, 'Here and Now' starring Sarah Jessica Parker.
In this first episode of 2019, Max and Felicity sit with the Nickelodeon Writing Program's Director of Talent Development & Outreach, Sherley Ibarra, to discuss all things fellowships, writing programs (especially the amazing Nick Writing Program, of course), and how to get ready for a successful year ahead.
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From launching and maintaining a YouTube channel - MysteryGuitarMan - that has garnered over three-million subscribers and over 400 million views in total, Joe Penna teamed up with his producing partner, Ryan Morrison, to start creating longer form content. With the intent to simply make a living in this industry by doing something they love, Joe and Ryan, have cut out a solid corner of the industry for themselves and have recently released their first feature film, ARCTIC. In this interview, the ISA's Max Timm discusses with the filmmakers how they came to be where the are today, as well as the amazing story behind the story of ARCTIC.
There is a lot to learn from these two, so we suggest tuning in and and paying attention. Let's create more filmmaker success stories like Ryan and Joe.