60 episodes

Interviews, discussions, and bad advice with indie filmmakers from around the world.

Discount Film School – Red Cow Entertainment Frankie Frain

    • Visual Arts

Interviews, discussions, and bad advice with indie filmmakers from around the world.

    60: Chrissy Fellmeth on a Career in Cartoons

    60: Chrissy Fellmeth on a Career in Cartoons

    Friend of Red Cow Chrissy Fellmeth tells us about her career in cartoons, from Flash banner ads to Adult Swim and Fox, her independent projects and her day job at Titmouse – Chrissy gives us a candid account

    59: Doug Burgdorff on “Damsel”

    59: Doug Burgdorff on “Damsel”

    Long-time friend and amazing filmmaker Doug Burgdorff finally appears on the show to discuss his new feature, “Damsel.”

    58: Festival Submission Screening

    58: Festival Submission Screening

    Frankie spent his Spring and Summer watching 75 hours of film festival submissions (for an undisclosed film festival) – and Jon and Emily went for the ride. What were the trends? What were the worst films? What were

    57: Mallory Hoff on News Broadcasting

    57: Mallory Hoff on News Broadcasting

    News anchor and journalist Mallory Hoff shares her 6 years of insight into the world of broadcast journalism, including job hunting, news writing, and on-air performance.

    56: What’s Wrong With The Hobbit Trilogy?

    56: What’s Wrong With The Hobbit Trilogy?

    Past guests and Red Cow family members EJ Massa and Jon Hunt join to break down the story, aesthetic, and general issues with Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy.

    55: Matthew Pillischer on No-Budget Distribution

    55: Matthew Pillischer on No-Budget Distribution

    Matthew Pillischer tells us about the shooting and distribution of his documentary Broken on All Sides, a film about mass incarcerations as caused by the War on Drugs. He gives us tips on distribution, four-walling, and documentary filmmaking. He also talks about his new narrative, A Dark Souvenir, and how he's facing current challenges with its release.

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