Welcome back to Business of Film podcast, episode #80. Today I sit down with a film student in the Creative Industries program at Ryerson University who is specializing in the Business of Film. The interview was filmed and this episode is the unedited complete interview.
Welcome back to Business of Film podcast, episode #79. On this episode we welcome James Nadler, a writer/producer and currently the Chair of Creative Industries at Ryerson University.
Welcome back to Business of Film podcast, episode #78. Screenwriter and now novelist, Elan Mastai, is our guest. On this episode we talk about Elan’s first novel, All Our Wrong Todays, and how Paramount Pictures ended up optioned the film rights with Elan adapting the novel for the screen.
Welcome back to Business of Film, episode #77. We welcome Sean Cisterna, independent director and producer to the show. On this episode we learn what it takes to get started in the business and the secret to syndicated your film – hint: NOBODY DOES THIS!.
Welcome back to Business of Film, episode #76. We welcome “film ninja”, Pasha Patriki, to the show. Very excited about this.
Welcome back to Business of Film, episode #75. We welcome Dan Landes & Peter Klass to the show to discuss their new whitepaper The Evolution of New Media: Making Money in a World Where Digital Streaming Rules.
The conversation usually goes something like this: ME: “So, what’s working now?” THEM: “If you want to do a [insert genre here] that’s working really well in [insert country]”. ME: “O.k., that’s great. I have this project that I think might work.” THEM: “Oh, tell me about it.” ME: “Sure, it’s a [log line […]
Does the indie film distribution business confuse you? You are not alone. If you’re like me, you look at the world of indie films, and you look at all the platforms, the changing landscape of the biz, and you are left scratching your head. I was just speaking with a distributor of indie films, and […]
The results of Beasts of No Nation’s opening weekend are in: the picture opened on 31 screens and averaged $1,635 per screen for a total box of office of $50,699. A “horrendous results”, right; WRONG! There have been several reports about this box office result which seem to strongly denigrate the Netflix initiative to that […]
Check out the full conversation with the beautiful Berenice Eveno. A true lover of darkness and graphic beauty, Berenice Eveno takes us into her world where we share an inside look into some of her proudest projects. From shooting an entire scene in an unlit hotel room (“Oscar’s Escape”) to getting police permission to shoot […]