Refilmery Series | Creative Leaders of Films, Brands, and Video
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The Refilmery Series takes you behind the scenes to discover the process and strategies that filmmakers and creative people employ in their work. Each week a filmmaker reveals their career challenges, latest projects, and creative triumphs. Hosted by David Joshua Ford, executive director of New York production company Refilmery. Subscribe to "Refilmery Series" in iTunes, Google Play & Stitcher, and receive discounts to our live screenings in New York by joining the film community mailing list at http://Refilmery.com/Series.
||Clean17 Graham Hill, Creative Director||Today’s guest is Graham Hill, Freelance Creative …||11/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean16 Marc Meyers, Director Of How He Fell In Love||Travis (Matt McGorry) is a struggling young music…||10/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean15 Brandon Li, Filmmaker And Global Nomad||Today we’re speaking with Brandon Li – a travel f…||10/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean14 Lauren Brady, Independent Film Producer||Does starting a craft early in your childhood mak…||9/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean13 Brandon Roots, Cinematographer Of King Jack||What elements of cinematography do you need to cr…||8/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Amazing Film Insider Information
As a film enthusiast, its so interesting to learn about the process. From initial conception to the premiere, the filmmaker’s give an in-depth perspective of how to make movies and videos. Love it!
And you can attend the tapings! So cool!
A great podcast full of interesting info
This is an awesome podcast that's full of interesting info for filmmakers, writers, executives or just anyone with an interest in starting out in the film business. From how to launch your first or second feature to more in depth craft discussions this is a great podcast well worth checking out.
More than just film
It's a great series that also tackles bigger issues or topics. Definitely recommend attending an event in person if your in NYC