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Feb 14, 2019

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.

 

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