Part Time Professionals

Professionalism. I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately. I am an independent filmmaker, which means like many other indie filmmakers, I have an actual day job and the filmmaking is probably more adequately described as a hobby. Which, by the way, I hate. I don’t like referring to the thing I love to do […]

Film Reverie – Take 33

Hello Film Reverie listeners. In this week’s episode we were very happy to talk with Orlando filmmakers Jason Kovacsev, Matt Mamula, and John Schaub, the filmmakers behind the hilarious and entertaining film Just About Famous, a documentary about celebrity impersonators. We actually got to see this doc back in January at the Orlando Film Festival […]

Film Reverie – Take 32 In this episode of Film Reverie we were lucky to be joined by Joey Tuccio, President of Stage 32’s Happy Writers. Joey Tuccio is a former development executive that has turned his vast knowledge and insider’s perspective to helping writers gain representation and get their scripts sold. To date, Happy Writers has lead to over […]

Film Reverie – Take 31 Hello Film Reverie Listeners! In this week’s episode, we spoke with Nic Baisley of Film Snobbery and discussed everything from entrepreneurship to film criticism, as well as balancing what you want with what you have. Nic is a really smart guy and has a laser sharp wit. We had a lot of fun talking […]

Film Reverie Podcast – Take 30

On this episode we we’re honored to interview James Ward Byrkit, the Director of Coherence, one of Mike’s favorite indie films of late. It’s available for streaming on Amazon or downloand on iTunes. We had our own Anatomy of a Scene breakdown of Coherence as we asked James, How did you do that? James […]