No Film School recently spoke to Radium Cheung, co-DP of the recent Sundance hit Tangerine, about his experiences filming on an iPhone 5s with very limited resources, and still managed to get cinematic results. The article also contains several helpful interviews and featurettes. Click on the picture for the link.
Here's my latest short film from the recent Solstice Showcase, The Girl I Should've Ended Up With! I can't thank enough all the people who gave their time and talent to work on it. If you're watching again or for the first time, I hope you enjoy it.
Indiewire recently interviewed Frank Hall Green, first-time director of Wildlike, about his approach to the film festival circuit. Other than being helpful advice in general, the film gets bonus points for being one of the few filmed in my home state of Alaska. Click on the picture for the article.
The Hollywood Reporter recently interviewed Wong Fu Productions, popular YouTubers and filmmakers, about their recently premiered first feature film, Everything Before Us. Click the link for the interview.
Over the past few weeks, I've had the pleasure of running the 24-Hour Film Royal with some of my favorite filmmaking peers. During the event proper, we visited most of the teams at the various stages of production and filmed a behind-the-scenes documentary. The result became a thank you to the participants, and a love letter to the local filmmaking community.
We're working on a new short film that I'm pretty excited about, The Girl I Should've Ended Up With! We're hoping to have it ready by mid-June. Stay tuned for all the details!
No Film School recently interviewed Joel Potrykus, director of the micro-budget indie film and SXSW entry Buzzard, about guerrilla filmmaking. Click the picture for the article.
Filmmaking blog /Film and the producers behind 2014's $6,000 indie film Layover recently released a detailed breakdown of their marketing efforts and profitability of the film. We all know how much work goes into the production of an indie film, but this is a very informative look at all the work that goes to promoting said indie film. Click the picture for all the details.
We're pleased to finally put out a casting call for our new short film, The Girl I Should've Ended Up With. And please ignore the spelling errors. My unpaid producer is less of a stickler for details than I am... blame the copy writing day job.
Instead of watching the Superbowl, I was interviewed for Season 3 of the Alaska Filmmakers web series. Hopefully I was able to give them something useable, unlike this Instagram photo. Look for the new season in March!