How to Produce Hit Genre Films Non-Stop with Eric B Fleischman – Just Shoot It 192

Eric B Fleischman has produced 20+ films and he’s barely 30. Under the tutelage of Jason Blum (he was Blumhouse’s 4th employee) Eric’s career is a testament to learning by doing. He’s played all the major festivals, started a handful of companies, and now he’s starting his own endeavor and slate. But why genre films? And what makes a good one? We dive in DEEP, and end on his secret formula for generating reliable, hit genre films time and again. If there’s one thing we learned on this episode, it’s that Eric B Producing Movies non-stop.


Unpaid endorsements: 
Matt:  Gremlins 2: The New Batch


Eric:  restaurant “Bacari” on west 3rd
Meeting filmmakers for drinks: Dan Sung Sa
Meeting people for coffee: Bardana or Ruby’s & Diamonds
Oren: two life hacks:
  1. Double check reviews for products on multiple websites
  2. Fast forward though shows to trick toddlers into watching shorter shows
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