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This Episode’s Guest - John Gaspard, Low Budget Filmmaker and Author
In this episode, I sit down with author and low budget filmmaker John Gaspard. John has had a career spanning over 30 years, from making early indie films such as Resident Alien, and Beyond Bob, to producing videos for the corporate sector, and even publishing book on filmmaking along the way.
In this episode John talks about:
Being a local and independent filmmaker rather than pursuing Hollywood.
Harsh realities of Amazon Video algorithms.
Taking economics out of filmmaking.
The journey of an indie filmmaker; small steps to success.
Advice on things to avoid during production.
Using star power to market your film without deceiving your audience.
The importance of rehearsal and picking up the pace when shooting scenes.
Ensuring the right people are viewing your film for algorithm purposes.
Important things to remember before you leave set.
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Podcast provided by: JB Audio Post Production
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Produced by Georgia Johnson
Must watch films recommended by John Gaspard:
Harold and Maude (1971) - https://imdb.to/3BAaKf5
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) - https://imdb.to/3lsarNR
What's Up, Doc? (1972) - https://imdb.to/3BuYywg
The Conversation (1974) - https://imdb.to/3lwxaIK
The Usual Suspects (1995) - https://imdb.to/3BvayO8