152: How To Create Practical Effects For Your Film

By Scott McMahon | December 6, 2018 | 0 Comments
How To Create Practical Effects

In this episode, Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb, interviews the filmmakers of “Slice of Life”, Dino Julius & Luka Hrgovic. You’ll discover how they made practical effects work in their low budget Sci-Fi film that is very reminiscent of the original Blade Runner.

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151: How Do You Start Your CGI Filmmaking Career?

By Scott McMahon | July 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
How Do You Start Your CGI Filmmaking Career

In this episode, we discover what happens when a CGI artist and his wife double down on a Kickstarter campaign to make their short film series featuring a lot of CGI shots. Listen in as Indie Film Coach, Ron Newcomb interviews CGI Artist and filmmaker, Miguel Ortega, on his film series, “The Ningyo”.

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150: How To Level Up Your Filmmaking Career

By Scott McMahon | June 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
How To Level Up Your Filmmaking Career

In this episode, VIP Film Summit creator, Ron Newcomb, talks with legendary filmmaker Eduardo Sanchez about “The Blair Witch Project” and what life was like after that pivotal movie.

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149: Lessons Learned From Indie Film Hustle

By Scott McMahon | April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Lessons Learned From Indie Film Hustle

In this episode, Alex Ferrari returns to share what he’s learned in the years since launching “Indie Film Hustle”. In addition, Alex shares with us what he’s learned from crowdfunding and self-distributing his feature film, “This is Meg” and the launch of his new film, “On the Corner of Ego and Desire”, a comedy about selling a film at the Sundance Film Festival, made over the course of 4 days while attending the Sundance Film Festival.

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148: Discussing Story and A Well Written Script

By Scott McMahon | April 11, 2018 | 0 Comments
film trooper podcast - greg green

In this episode, VIP Film Summit Founder, Ron Newcomb, interviews award-winning filmmaker, Greg Green about looking at filmmaking through the lens of the writer.  Discussing the importance of story, structure, dialogue, and how flashbacks can be used as a strategic way to reveal character. Plus! How does someone over 40 living outside of Hollywood make things happen?

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