Spencer T. Folmar talks about selling his films at the American Film Market and what makes good business for indie films. He is a wealth of knowledge and also has an interesting take on faith-based films.
Spencer T. Folmar is a director and producer best known for "Generational Sins" and "Shooting Heroin". He is a graduate of NYU's MFA program. His company website is Veritas Films.
The Guerrilla Rep is the book that Spencer recommends before headed to a film market.
In this solo episode, I discuss my origin story of sorts. After recently rediscovering my "mission statement" from college, I go into the motivation behind my entry into filmmaking and the direction this next year will take.
Ryan Haggerty is a filmmaker and freelance media producer based in Pittsburgh, PA. He was one of the producers for Blood on the Leaves in 2015 as well as cinematographer for that film and many others. Ryan also taught filmmaking at the John Russo Movie Making program in DuBois.
Find Ryan @haggertymedia
Kevin talks about some of his strategies for building a strong career in the movie industry. We also discuss wearing many hats and trusting the right people.
This episode we speak with filmmaker, Steve Sensebaugh about running a freelance production company in a small town while still trying to make movies. We also talk through the making of and distribution of his faith-based micro budget feature film.
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