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Celebrating those who make things happen. The crossroads between creative and business. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/producers-podcast/support

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Celebrating those who make things happen. The crossroads between creative and business. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/producers-podcast/support

    Selling Faith Films - Spencer T. Folmar

    Selling Faith Films - Spencer T. Folmar

    Spencer T. Folmar talks about selling his films at the American Film Market and what makes good business for indie films. He is a wealth of knowledge and also has an interesting take on faith-based films.Spencer T. Folmar is a director and producer best known for "Generational Sins" and "Shooting Heroin". He is a graduate of NYU's MFA program. His company website is Veritas Films.The Guerrilla Rep is the book that Spencer recommends before headed to a film market.

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    • 20 min
    Data Meets Creative - Friendship Creative - Producers Podcast

    Data Meets Creative - Friendship Creative - Producers Podcast

    Emily Goode and Allen Ellis from Friendship Creative (friendshipcreative.com) join the show to talk about growing a creative services company, working on big projects, and using data to maximize the impact of their work for clients.

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    • 39 min
    Location, Location, Location! - Charlie Brown, Locations Manager - Movies in the Black Show

    Location, Location, Location! - Charlie Brown, Locations Manager - Movies in the Black Show

    Charlie Brown was a professional Locations Scout & Manager in the New Orleans Film Industry for over the past decade working on films such as Logan, Bad Moms, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and American Horror Story.

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    • 33 min
    Making a Living with Video Production - Midnight Zone Productions - Movies in the Black Show

    Making a Living with Video Production - Midnight Zone Productions - Movies in the Black Show

    Midnight Zone Productions is a video production and editing company in Pittsburgh, PA run by Courtney Plaszenski & Ashlyn Taylor. They talk about the lessons they've learned starting and running a video production business and the resources in Pittsburgh that have helped them.
    Find them at midnightzoneproductions.com

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    • 32 min
    Motivation for Making Movies - Craig Inzana - Movies in the Black

    Motivation for Making Movies - Craig Inzana - Movies in the Black

    In this solo episode, I discuss my origin story of sorts. After recently rediscovering my "mission statement" from college, I go into the motivation behind my entry into filmmaking and the direction this next year will take.

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    • 27 min
    Client Relationships and Setting the Right Rates - Ryan Haggerty - Movies in the Black Podcast

    Client Relationships and Setting the Right Rates - Ryan Haggerty - Movies in the Black Podcast

    Ryan Haggerty is a filmmaker and freelance media producer based in Pittsburgh, PA. He was one of the producers for Blood on the Leaves in 2015 as well as cinematographer for that film and many others. Ryan also taught filmmaking at the John Russo Movie Making program in DuBois.

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    • 38 min

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