Film Reverie Indie Film Podcast

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In this episode we talk about getting our feature film completed and some of the films we started but never finished and how we made the break through to doing that consistently.
This week we speak with Scott duPont about film financing. He guides us through a step by step process he's been to finance his own films for over twenty years. Scott breaks the entire process down for us.
In this episode we spend a few minutes talking about our newest short film, Manifest, which premiered online this week. We also talk a lot about how fortunate we all are that there is a web tutorial for everything and anything you need to know
This episode we had a great conversation with Emily Evan Rae about her documentary Stop The Bleed about the Stoneman Douglas shooting. Her exceptional film tells the story of the victims and their families in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas sh
This is the first of our new Filmmaking Friday series. This week we talk about Steven Pressfield's The War of Art and Going Pro and the mentality required to keep progressing your filmmaking.
After a long hiatus we are so happy to be back with a batch of new episodes of FilmReverie. This season, we're talking with some incredible filmmakers about film financing, business plans, distribution and all the things we have to do so we can
We are inviting all of you to the live premiere of our latest short film, Manifest. This event is live on Facebook and YouTube and there will be a cast and crew Q&A afterwards. Saturday, November 7th @ 3:00 PM (EST) See you there!
This week we had the pleasure of talking to the Writer/Director and cast of the indie film Mother's Little Helpers, which was a SXSW selection for 2019. Mother's Little Helpers was written and directed by Kestrin Pantera, stars Breeda Wool (GLO
This week we had the pleasure of talking to the Writer/Director and cast of the indie film Mother's Little Helpers, which was a SXSW selection for 2019.
This week we talk about pushing through all the doubt and fear and quest for artistic perfection to just go get the thing made. It will be worth it!
This week we talk about pushing through all the doubt and fear and quest for artistic perfection to just go get the thing made. It will be worth it!
This week Brad and Bekemeyer continue their mini-series on Pre-production on a zero budget and discuss running a casting and rehearsals with no money!
This week we got to talk with filmmaker and educator Marty Lang (for the third time). He is teaching the first college level class in the world, on crowdfunding and he's using his own film as a case study on the process. He's got a lot of infor
This week we had the absolute pleasure of speaking with screenwriters Anna and Mark Casadei about breaking into the business and all their advice on confidence, professionalism, and their bold approach to putting themselves out there was inspir
This week we had the pleasure of speaking with filmmaker Anthony Aguiar about his wonderful film How To Grow A Tiger Lily and the unconventional way he got the film made.
This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Actor, Producer, Writer, Director John Tague about his start and longevity as an actor in the business. We also got to pick his brain on the development, production, and success of his award winnin
We talk with Bob Saenz about his new screenwriting book That's Not The Way It Works as well as his time in the business from. He started as an actor to becoming a working screenwriter and the 18 years it took to get a script Extracurricular Act
This week we had filmmaker Marcus Mizelle on the show to talk about his filmmaking and his exciting new micro film competition called The Micro Film Tournament.
We had our long time friend and actor Elaitheia Quinn on to talk about living the live of an artist and actor and how to stay present in the moment.
This episode we were excited to talk with Antonio Pantoja, whose award winning horror film One Must Fall had an incredible festival run and is available for rent or purchase on all the major streaming platforms now.
In this episode we talk about the pitfalls of trying to pre-produce a film on a zero budget.
This episode we cover four different thinking styles that can really help you diversify and manage your team. How to identify and use these different thinking styles to build a well rounded team for your film.
This is the first episode in a series of episodes on how we produced our film Really Pathetic & Totally Awkward on a zero budget. In this episode we discuss pre-production.
After 81 episodes of Film Reverie, we decided to start shooting video for them as well. This is our most recent episode where we give all kinds of updates on the podcast, our filmmaking, and the future of Film Reverie.
We're back with a bonus episode with Alex Ferrari from Indie Film Hustle Podcast. He talks about his new book RISE OF THE FILMTREPRENEUR and how to turn your filmmaking into a business and fund you filmmaking addiction.
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