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Episode 203 – Kristen Maldonado (Social and Digital Strategy)

6
Feb,2018

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Kristen Maldonado is a Pop Culture Content Creator & Reviewer, and the Manager of Social Media for MTV’s Total Request Live (TRL) accounts. In this episode we’ll chat strategies for social media, running social media for existing IP’s, Wendy’s savage twitter…

Episode 202 – Gordy Hoffman (Screenwriting)

28
Jan,2018

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    Gordy Hoffman is an American screenwriter and director known for Dog Bowl (2015), Love Liza (2002), and A Coat of Snow (2005). Gordy is the founder of the BlueCat Screenplay Competition a contest designed for finding and fostering undiscovered writing talent. The winning screenplay from the 2005…

Episode 201 – Ron Newcomb (Level Up!)

23
Jan,2018

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  Ron Newcomb is a filmmaker, film coach, host of the Film Trooper podcast, and developer of the upcoming VIP Film Summit which is an event to be held September 25, 2018 in at the Dulles Marriott in Dulles, VA. We chat about…

Episode 200 – Brooke Lewis (Be Fearless!)

14
Jan,2018

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Brooke Lewis is an actress, producer, TV personality, and author. A native of Philadelphia, Brooke Lewis headed west – to Hollywood. There, she would create Philly Chick Pictures, an endeavor designed to increase opportunities in front of the camera, as well…

Episode 199 – Jenny Frankfurt (Writing, Rewriting, and Script Competitions)

7
Jan,2018

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  Jenny Frankfurt is a the founder, and director of The Finish Line Script Competition. The Finish Line Script Competition takes a different approach than other screenwriting competitions, and embraces the rewrite as an essential component in any successful screenplay….

Episode 198 – Dave Campfield (Troma Now Podcast and Making Your Own Damn Movies)

31
Dec,2017

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  Dave Campfield is a filmmaker, plays Caesar in the comedy team, ‘Caesar & Otto‘, and hosts the Troma Now Podcast. On the basis of his first script, Dave Campfield won over a Hollywood agent. However, while receiving across the board…

Episode 197 – Jalbert Brothers (Why Can’t You Make a Movie for $1,000?)

26
Dec,2017

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The Jalbert Brothers (Brian and Jake) started their careers in video production 15 years ago, as kids making home movies in their backyard. Combining their knowledge of filmmaking and experience in video production, Brian and Jake took an amateur love for…

Episode 196 – Eric Ruben (Working with a Literary Agent)

18
Dec,2017

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Eric Ruben is an attorney, literary Agent, producer, performer (SAG-AFTRA/AEA), and international speaker. He is also the founder and President of the Ruben Agency, a Literary Agency in New York City. “I also am surprised by how many people have…

Episode 195 – Gough (How Do You Make a Movie If You’re Blind?)

13
Dec,2017

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  Gough is the first legally blind person to write, produce, edit, direct, and star in a feature film making this project a world first. Since then Gough has gone on to write, produce and direct many other projects, including…

Episode 194 – Johnny Martin (Making Hangman with Al Pacino)

3
Dec,2017

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Episode 194 – Johnny Martin (Making Hangman with Al Pacino)   Johnny Martin is a filmmaker, and stuntman. In 2014 Johnny began his directing debut on the horror film “Delirium.” After winning three film festival awards in 2016, he was hired to…

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