Today’s podcast is a special DIY roundtable on film production with Mark Stolaroff (producer and founder of the No Budget Film School), and Paul Harrill (filmmaker and blogger Self Reliant). Over the course of the discussion we cover a number of topics such as; fundraising, producing, directing, casting, working with cast and crew, and how to obtain high production values with little money.
More about today’s guest:
Mark Stolaroff is an LA-based producer, instructor, and consultant. He is currently in post production on the feature “True Love,” a Sundance Screenwriters Lab project. In addition to working with Peter Broderick at Paradigm Consulting, he is the founder of No Budget Film School, a unique series of classes specifically designed for the no-budget filmmaker. Stolaroff was formerly a principal at IFC’s financing arm, Next Wave Films. To find out more about Mark Stolaroff click here
Paul Harrill writes about small-scale filmmaking at Self-Reliant Film (http://www.selfreliantfilm.com). He is currently at work on a short film, which is being co-produced by ITVS. He teaches filmmaking at Virginia Tech.? To find out more about Paul Harrill click here
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