33 min

16 Marc Meyers, Director Of How He Fell In Love Refilmery Series | Creative Leaders of Films, Brands, and Video

    • TV & Film

Travis (Matt McGorry) is a struggling young musician, who crosses paths with Ellen (Amy Hargreaves) an older, married yoga instructor in the process of adopting a child.

Travis and Ellen begin an affair that slowly deepens into something more intimate and profound.

As their encounters continue, Travis must face the consequences of infidelity while Ellen is confronted with her crumbling marriage.

This is director Marc Meyer’s third narrative feature. Marc lives with his wife and producing partner Jody Girgenti and their daughter in Brooklyn.

He joins me on today’s episode of the Refilmery Series to discuss:

• How to create a safe and trusting environment when directing actors for closed-set sex scenes
• The magic of storytelling through film through the collision of actors and camera.
• How Marc creates scenes and characters that are true to life
• How to improve your drama writing skills so that you’re not just telling your own story or getting in the way of your own work.

This is director Marc Meyer’s, live from the Refilmery Series in Soho New York.

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At Refilmery, we believe that everyone has the ability to tell their own story.

That’s why we’ve created this monthly Series of film screenings, networking events, parties, and production workshops in New York to help connect you with the people and the ideas you need to bring your own story to life.

So visit Refilmery.com/Series to join our mailing list and we will keep you up to date on our events.

Also if you enjoyed today’s show, you can help spread the word by sharing it with a friend. Get them to subscribe by searching “Refilmery” in iTunes or Google.

Today’s show was curated by Thi Ho. Graphics and production management by Francesca Rimi, and production assistance by Lauren Sagnella and Yinnan Shen. Theme music by Julian Bell. Produced by Refilmery.com. Hosted by David Joshua Ford.

Travis (Matt McGorry) is a struggling young musician, who crosses paths with Ellen (Amy Hargreaves) an older, married yoga instructor in the process of adopting a child.

Travis and Ellen begin an affair that slowly deepens into something more intimate and profound.

As their encounters continue, Travis must face the consequences of infidelity while Ellen is confronted with her crumbling marriage.

This is director Marc Meyer’s third narrative feature. Marc lives with his wife and producing partner Jody Girgenti and their daughter in Brooklyn.

He joins me on today’s episode of the Refilmery Series to discuss:

• How to create a safe and trusting environment when directing actors for closed-set sex scenes
• The magic of storytelling through film through the collision of actors and camera.
• How Marc creates scenes and characters that are true to life
• How to improve your drama writing skills so that you’re not just telling your own story or getting in the way of your own work.

This is director Marc Meyer’s, live from the Refilmery Series in Soho New York.

* * *

At Refilmery, we believe that everyone has the ability to tell their own story.

That’s why we’ve created this monthly Series of film screenings, networking events, parties, and production workshops in New York to help connect you with the people and the ideas you need to bring your own story to life.

So visit Refilmery.com/Series to join our mailing list and we will keep you up to date on our events.

Also if you enjoyed today’s show, you can help spread the word by sharing it with a friend. Get them to subscribe by searching “Refilmery” in iTunes or Google.

Today’s show was curated by Thi Ho. Graphics and production management by Francesca Rimi, and production assistance by Lauren Sagnella and Yinnan Shen. Theme music by Julian Bell. Produced by Refilmery.com. Hosted by David Joshua Ford.

33 min

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