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The Indie Film Show - Interviews with filmmakers in front of and behind the camera.

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Creative people finding creative ways to follow their dreams

Joel Marshall is a veteran actor with experience in many aspects of filmmaking. With FatFree! Film, we discover him as a very engaging host. He has found a great variety of expert guests to let his listeners in on the real deal of making movies. Joel is interested and funny, making sure to ask the perfect questions so listeners can really understand the insider info he’s digging out for us. The format is very informal. Interviews take place in cafes, or guest’s homes or place of work. People at the next table have been known to chime in, and even various pets. The final wrap up always gives practical, feet-on-the-ground advice for getting your projects made and made well. To be perfectly honest, I am not a filmmaker, but I love listening to Joel and FatFree! Film. I love to hear about creative people finding creative ways to follow their dreams. This Podcast is similar to NPR’s “Fresh Air” and Bravo’s “Inside the Actor’s Studio.” Regardless of your artistic medium, there remains a lot in common between artists.

Absolutely essential

An absolutely essential podcast for filmmakers and aspiring filmmakers alike. Unlike other filmmaking podcasts, FatFreeFilm gets down in the trenches with the filmmakers who are just getting under the radar. As it is well-known, for every Kevin Smith and John Cassavetes there are literally thousands of hyphenates just like the aforementioned with similar dreams and ambitions. FatFreeFilm takes you inside this very grueling and competative world, where money is limited and time is of the essence. From classic guerilla filmmakers (Bogdanovich, Jaglom) to the hungry up-and-comers of today (Mora Stephens, Kyle Henry), FatFreeFilm chronicles every step of the independent filmmaking process. The listener is treated to tales of desire and heartbreak, both emotional and financial. If listening to this podcast doesn't drive you even more towards setting up your first project, I'm not sure what will FFF also throws in, for very good measure, some essential podcasts concerning the often confusing world of film festival submissions and distribution companies. Every wondered how these things work? Look no further than FFF. Many thanks to Joel and his team for re-instating, with their highly informative podcasts, the old "dream it then ya do it" notion that has been apart of indie film for countless decades.

I'm addicted to these!

This is the way interviews with artists and people who actually DO things ought to be! Joel's talented at letting people talk about what matters, and so you'll probably find you'd listen to Joel interview a plumber even if you didn't want to know anything about plumbing. It's nice to have real talks that don't have to sell anything, or be cut for commercials. Heck, I like that they're not even edited many times. These are wonderful and I hope they catch on. Joel's got a way of letting people just be themselves which is (most times) fascinating. Save for a snotty "Wake up Screening" lady and a monotonous Steven Mark Bosko, the rest of these folks are having a blast at what they're doing and it's inspiring and fascinating. Thanks, Joel!

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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