Darious Britt (aka D4Darious) started posting filmmaking videos back in 2012. Through the years he has learned what works and what doesn't and ways that filmmakers can grow their personal brand by connecting with an audience.
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If you have watched The Fresh Prince, In Living Color, Roc or the Disney hits The Princess and the Frog or Treasure Planet, you have most likely laughed at something that came out of writer Rob Edwards' imagination. Rob is not only an amazing writer and teacher, he is also funny as hell. So it was a pleasure to sit down for almost 2 hours and talk with rob about his way of approaching things such as story, character and plot.
Chris Soth joins us today to discuss his career as a screenwriter, including his film Firestorm which made him $750,000 straight out of film school. He also discusses his book "Million-Dollar Screenwriting: The Mini Movie Method." We discuss the idea of mini movies and how screenwriters can use mini movies to structure their screenplays.
James Cullen Bressack has directed more films before his 25th birthday than most filmmakers make their whole life. At 23 he had already directed 11 features and he shows no signs of slowing down. His latest film Bethany comes out in early 2016.
Whenever I list my favorite horror movies of the last 10 years, The Last Exorcism is always front and center. When it came out, the idea of a faux documentary wasn't new. Stamm himself had already made a fake documentary for his first film, A Necessary Death. Of course there are also the obvious landmark fake documentaries like Cannibal Holocaust, Man Bites Dog, The Blair Witch Project, Spinaltap and Paranormal Activity. But The Last Exorcism offered something unique. From the first second, the film engages the viewer with entertaining characters and an intriguing premise. I was extremely excited when Daniel agreed to come on the show and talk about his technique of improv with actors as well as his newest film 13 Sins.