You know Payman’s work on Last Man on Earth, Brooklyn 99, Angie Tribeca, The Good Place and Key & Peele, and he’s joined us for a live discussion at USC.
Commercial directing guru Jordan Brady from the Respect the Process podcast joins us to do a crossover episode. We talk about traditional vs. branded content worlds, and tips and tricks of commercial directing.
Matt and Oren sit down with Kelly Landry, an actor turned director.
Matt and Oren have a frank conversation about “getting drinks” and the social conventions of hollywood meetings.
Pat Bishop shares his best practices and core values in creating the new series Corporate on Comedy Central with Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman. Learn how Pat crafted a one-of-a-kind series from beginning to end.
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What do you do between projects? Oren and Matt run down a list of strategies and activities to keep you on track, creative, and happy when no one is telling you what to work on.
Documentarian Abby Fuller joins the Just Shoot It conversation to reveal how she got started in documentary, how she finds story in unlikely places, and how she got her dream job directing for the hit Netflix series, Chef’s Table.
The 24th episode of Just Shoot It picks up the second half of Matt Barber’s (the O.C. iZombie, The 100) thoughts on directing episodic Television. We chat a bit about directing actors and then dive into the nitty gritty of planning out a Television episode shoot.
In the 17th episode of Just Shoot It we talk explore the online popularity and awards, and how they can effect your career. Learn the secrets to getting millions of views on your videos and an Emmy nomination or your money back.
Oren: The Hollywood Economist