Episode 227 – Ashley Scott Meyers (Indie Film Masterclass)

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Dec,2018

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Ashley Scott Meyers is a screenwriter and host of the Selling Your Screenplay podcast. After graduating from college Ashley moved from his childhood home in Annapolis, Maryland, to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career as a screenwriter. During his…

Episode 217 – Alex Ferrari (Guerrilla Shooting a Feature Film at Sundance)

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May,2018

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Alex Ferrari is back for a 3rd time!!! Alex has been in the film industry for over 20 years and has worked on well over 1000 feature films, shorts, commercials, music videos, network promos, documentaries, and webisodes. Alex is the founder…

Episode 215 – Pat McGowan (Creating Revenue Streams for Filmmakers)

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May,2018

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  Pat McGowan is a longtime Film & Video Creator from Ottawa, Canada. As with many in the “biz”, his career started as a musician, moved into audio post and then into directing, producing, shooting and editing. Until recently Pat…

Episode 210 – David Ash (Living Two Lives in the Twin Cities)

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Mar,2018

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David Ash lives a double life. The 48-year-old treasury director for Ecolab moonlights as a filmmaker. His latest film, Twin Citites, a film about a troubled marriage, a very pregnant wife struggling with writer’s block and a book that’s due, a…

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

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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 187 – Richard ‘RB’ Botto (Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers)

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Oct,2017

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Richard ‘RB’ Botto is the CEO & Founder of Stage 32, the world’s largest online platform for connecting and educating film creatives. Prior to Stage 32, Botto was the founder, publisher and editor of Razor Magazine, a national men’s lifestyle…

Episode 185 – LIVE from the FirstGlance Film Festival – Filmmakers Round Table

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Oct,2017

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The FirstGlance Film Festival began in 1996 in the basement of a small theater in Center City Philadelphia. It started as a small theatre company in Philadelphia that wanted to help fellow filmmakers get their projects shown in a public…

Episode 176 – Len Kabasinski (Indie Film, Martial Arts, and Zombies)

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Aug,2017

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Len Kabasinski is a filmmaker, fight choreographer, and martial artist from Erie, PA. Len holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Gannon University and also an Assoicates Degree in Science from the University of Pittsburgh. He also works as a…

Episode 160 – Salva Rubio (Save the Cat Goes to the Indies)

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May,2017

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  Salva Rubio is a writer, teacher, and novelist. His current book, Save the Cat Goes to the Indies, is out now.   Pre Show Notes — Need help with your podcast?! Hire me on Fiverr! — Dave Bullis Podcast…

Episode 144 – Bill Ostroff (Creating the First Glance Film Festival)

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Jan,2017

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    Bill Ostroff is the founder and current CEO of the First Glance Film Festival. In addition to producing their award winning bi-coastal film festivals, FirstGlance has year round activities that include On-line Short Film Competitions, Show Us Ur Shorts…