Film Reverie is an indie filmmaking podcast, interviewing indie filmmakers from all around the globe. Indie film interviews, DIY Filmmaking, indie film, filmmaking, screenwriting, producer, director, editing.
Getting Your Film Distributed - Exit 44 Entertainment
This episode we were happy to talk with Ty Leisher and Eric Brodeur about their films and their company Exit 44 Entertainment, which is a production company but also a distribution company that helps indie filmmakers get their films out in front of audiences.
Aggressively Bizarre With Stephen Stull
This week we got to talk with filmmaker and founder of the Sick 'n' Wrong film festival Stephen Stull about his festival, film as art, midnight movies as a genre, and fringe storytelling.
Indie Filmmaking: Eat The Fish And Spit Out The Bones
This week we talk a little about perspective when deciding the quality of your own work, keep working towards being better, and strategies for moving on.
Getting Your Film Distributed With Blayne Weaver
This week we were excited to talk with actor, writer, producer, director Blayne Weaver who has produced and directed multiple feature films and now has started his own distribution company. We talked about financing, production, and distribution for your indie film. Join our discord: https://discord.gg/TmdMN8fa4p
Filmmaking and The 800 Pound Gorilla
This episode we talk about our forays into visual effects, film financing, crowdfunding and starting to put the pieces together one little thing at a time.
How To Write A Business Plan For Your Film
In this episode we were lucky to talk with Louise Levison about her book Filmmakers and Financing, explaining the importance of having a business plan for your film so you can speak the language of investors to secure financing for your indie film.
#1 Indie Filmmaker Podcast
Best podcast around for indie filmmakers. It’s an inside look at the people in the trenches, making films and getting it done, often with no budgets. Mike & Brad are a great combination of witty and informative, and it feels like you’re sitting in the living room with them, having a conversation about film.