In this Episode, Matt and Oren answer a listener question about relationships with production companies. What happens when they decide to hire a different director? Should you take it personally? Learn how to stay friends with the people who hire you.
Matt and Oren sit down to plan for 2019. What are your filmmaking resolutions?
Matt and Oren answer listener questions. We talk Youtube, being a director in Atalanta vs. Los Angeles, and catch up.
Join us for a catchup episode with Carlyn Hudson as the JSI team takes a look back on this past year. Everyone shares their goals for the upcoming year (as well as the next 5 years!) and what they each could be doing more of.
Matt and Oren are back with more listener questions. What to do when your production company splits? Should you self finance your own feature, or go to film school? Canada vs CA and more.
It’s finally arrived! We are happy to present a live show that’s all about commercial directing. This episode we are joined by hotshot Carlyn Hudson (Boss Cheer, Distance, The Big Spoon), commercial veteran Jordan Brady (Toyota, Chrysler, Respect the Process podcast), and music video rockstar (get it?) Tim Nackashi (OK Go, Maroon 5, Sean Paul). They’ve joined us and a packed audience to discuss anything and everything you need to know about directing commercials.
A special thanks to our patreon subscribers, who helped make this possible!
Luke Del Tredici (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 30 Rock, Bored to Death) joins Matt and Oren this week to talk about writing comedy for television and his new film Arizona. He describes what’s it like making network sitcoms and has some truly great tips for up-and-coming writers.
And don’t miss Luke’s new movie, Arizona, a comedy/horror film starring Danny McBride. It’s pretty awesome, so go check it out!
Tune in for a discussion with transmedia and cross platform storyteller, writer-producer Jay Bushman (The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Dirty Work, Welcome to Sanditon). Jay is a transmedia veteran who has spent his career creating shows that use a variety of social media platforms to further engage audiences and enhance story.
Be sure to also check out Jay’s podcast, Flushing Transit Authority, a show about what it truly means to be a Mets fan.
Vimeo or Youtube? A film festival premiere or posting your film online? This week Matt and Oren answer questions sent in by…you guessed it, our listeners! So if you’re interested in learning more about finding a mentor, marketing your short film, crewing up in a small town, or learning how directors are paid, then this is the episode for you.