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S2, E1: Table Reads, Feedback & The Mistress of Suspense
On International Women's Day, we are proud to launch Season 2 of the Miss Vision Podcast, featuring a visionary who prefers the title "Mistress of Suspense", Lou Simon. She funded 3 feature films back to back and has international distribution for them all. We are also discussing table reads and the importance of feedback as well as giving you information about this years writing fellowships and find about about IMDb's new F-Rating system! Join our conversation and bring your friends!...
E21: Directed by Women & the Worldwide Viewing Parties
September is #DirectedByWomen 's worldwide viewing party month where you are invited to celebrate and discover the work of women directors. This week's podcast has a focus on films directed by women. We also let you know about some cool opportunities available to you, such as the Screencraft short film fund and a new documentary series by the Center for Investigative Reporting who are seeking out five women documentary filmmakers by the 23rd of September! So tune in, join our conversation...
E20: Filmmakers Responsibility To Society...& Freckles!
Meet first time director who took her short film to the Cannes Short Film Corner this year, Denise Papas Meechan and hear all about her journey as we discuss psychology in film and the filmmakers responsibility to society. How do you feel about all these remakes happening? What is the most important thing you need if you're going to make it in this industry (*hint: It's not talent or great connections!)? And find out how you can score 50K in production package prizes towards your next...
E19: Speak Your Truth & See To Believe
After a brief Summer break, the Miss Vision podcast returns with episode 19. Our visionary is the multi-talented Daytime Emmy winning actress and writer/producer/director/musician, Cady McClain who is talking about her documentary, Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct and being a woman director. In this episode also learn about a new networking platform for emerging and aspiring talent, MixKnowledgy, more tips for writers about being authentic and current event news as it relates to women in...
E18: To Laugh... Or Die Trying
Join the conversation as we discuss the Geena Davis gender inequality in media documentary she's producing and why it has so many women upset already. This week we're also talking to Chelsea, the Comedian of the upcoming web series Or Die Trying, as we wrap up our Or Die Trying 4 part conversation this week. Visit their Seed & Spark campaign to follow their progress, contribute your services to the project or to watch the trailer. https://www.seedandspark.com/studio/or-die-trying Follow...