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Filmmaker Freedom

By Robert Hardy

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Filmmaker Freedom is a new kind of filmmaking podcast. It's handcrafted it for those of us who like to think outside the box, to experiment, to walk our own path instead of doing things the way they've always been done. If you want to make make films you're proud of and make a living from it, this is the show for you. To that end, you won't find any gear talk here, or chats with Hollywood hotshots. Instead, you'll find lots of clear, focused, and actionable advice to help you succeed as an indie filmmaker in a constantly changing world.

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Really unique filmmaking podcast

There are a lot of filmmaking podcasts these days, but this one might be my new favorite. As someone who really enjoys both educational podcasts and more storytelling-driven ones like This American Life and Radiolab, Filmmaker Freedom strikes a great balance between the two styles.

Emotionally Charged

It’s like sitting down listening a friend pour their heart out about filmmaking… well friends because he features so many other filmmakers. Rob really pulls off a great quality of relaxing and inspiring style that I’ve not heard in podcasts before.

Great resource for indie filmmakers

I've been a subscriber for over 6 months and have learnt a lot of good things. First of all, Robert is clearly passionate about filmmaking and also truly interested in helping others. He doesn't spam too much and will respond to your emails promptly and answer questions. The articles are nicely curated and some of them have been brilliant. I didn't go to film school but have made a short film that's doing well in festivals, resources like this are how I keep learning and working on my craft. Overall, great resource and I recommend!

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