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IFP is a daily podcast intended to inspire and motivate the indie filmmaker.

IFP is a daily podcast intended to inspire and motivate the indie filmmaker.
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United States

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IFP is a daily podcast intended to inspire and motivate the indie filmmaker.

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@RussCootey

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English

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Episodes

IFP 105: Feeding cast and crew with low to no budjet

8/16/2018
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Feeding your cast and crew is so very important. Even if you are working with low to no budget, it is priority. You don't have to go broke, or even spend very much to show appreciation and make everyone happy. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom FOLLOW and LIKE on FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:12:32

IFP 104: Maybe Another Time - Short film in The Screening Room

8/13/2018
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"Maybe Another Time" is in The Screening Room this week. Here is a short film that really brings home what we just talked about in episode 102. This film tells a story in just 1 minute. Very simply done, and very well done. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom Like and Follow on FACEBBOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:05:26

IFP 103: Casting director and New Media Film Festival director Susan Johnston

8/12/2018
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Let's have a chat today with Susan Johnston. We're talking about acting, casting, the business of show business, and of course The New Media Film Festival which she founded and is the director. susanjohnstoncasting.com newmediafilmfestival.com

Duration:00:57:32

IFP 102: The perfect length for short films

8/10/2018
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"What is the perfect length for short films?" This has always been a question, as well as a point of discussion among filmmakers. Let's chat about it and make it really simple. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom Follow on FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:08:06

IFP Episode 101: The Smiling Man short film by Michael Evans

8/6/2018
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"The Smiling Man" by director/filmmaker Michael Evans is certainly a short film to take a look at. With one location, one camera, two actors, and street lighting, this film should encourage any filmmaker to just get out and shoot something. Michael also edited the film. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom Follow on FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:05:58

IFP Episode 100: Filmmaker Stephen Folker interview

8/5/2018
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Filmmaker Stephen Folker talks with me about being an indie filmmaker. We chat about budget, casting, locations, his past and upcoming projects, and filmmaking in general. Don't miss this interview. Stephen's links: folkerfilms.com overduemovie.com fuabmovie.com Follow The Indie Film Place on FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:51:28

IFP Episode 99: How to work with new actors

8/2/2018
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Working with new actors brings a fresh energy to the art. When a director spends the time needed with an actor, making them feel comfortable on set allows their natural connection to a character emerge. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:15:39

IFP Episode 98: "Roadside" short film in The Screening Room

7/30/2018
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"Roadside" directed by Jakob Owens and Ryan Alexander is in The Screening Room. This short film is a great example of how to be creative with a camera and two subjects, and make it interesting. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:05:11

IFP Episode 97: Set Design

7/27/2018
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Set design is something that is often overlooked in micro productions. It doesn't take much to make a set pop with great color and contrast. Let's chat about it. THE SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:09:07

IFP Episode 96: Does everything in your story make sense?

7/26/2018
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Does everything in your story make sense? There are obvious things that should make sense, but everything doesn't have to. Not everything in life makes sense, so let's bring some real life into your story. SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom FACEBOOK and TWITTER: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:10:43

IFP Episode 95: Lin Oeding's "Interpretation"

7/22/2018
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Filmmaker Lin Oeding's short film "Interpretation" is a lesson in utilizing minimal locations, and properly framing shots for the characters. The Screening Room: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom Like and Follow The Indie Film Place on Facebook and Twitter: @IndieFilmPlace

Duration:00:12:29

IFP Episode 94: A Screening Room for Short Films

7/20/2018
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The Indie Film Place Screening Room is a place for short films by filmmakers who are getting out there and making something happen. This is a place for the Indie Film Community to show support of one another. The Screening Room: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom

Duration:00:06:55

IFP Episode 93 What's the best camera for under $1000.00?

7/19/2018
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If money was a non issue, we would get any camera and/or gear, and lighting we wanted. Well as indie filmmakers cash is more often than not, very much an issue. Therefor we need to find the best bang for our buck. This episode is in response to a listener question. "What is the best camera I can get for under $1000.00? Check out the new screening room for short films at The Indie Film Place. SCREENING ROOM: theindiefilmplace.com/screeningroom Like and Follow on Facebook and...

Duration:00:17:53

IFP Episode 92: How to be inspired

7/15/2018
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Sometimes inspiration seems like it's always there. Sometimes it feels like we have to look for it. Let's chat about how to be inspired.

Duration:00:08:30

IFP Episode 91: How to be a filmmaker

7/13/2018
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If you are asking yourself "How do I become a filmmaker", you have already taken the first step in making it happen. Although there is no one absolute method, the first thing to do is grab a camera and shoot something.

Duration:00:15:27

IFP Episode 90: Keeping the dream alive

7/11/2018
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Our dream is our hope. It's more than a wish, our dream is a living thing. When a dream dies, a part of the dreamer dies as well. Keep the dream alive.

Duration:00:11:29

IFP Episode 89: How to deal with an idea that doesn't work

7/11/2018
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Ideas don't always work for a particular project, character, or story. What do we do when that happens? Give up on it? You birthed it, so it has to live somewhere.

Duration:00:06:36

IFP Episode 88: How to get great sound really cheap!

7/10/2018
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Poor sound quality in a film is unforgivable. This is a fact. Let's chat about how to get quality sound on your film without spending very much.

Duration:00:11:37

IFP Episode 87: What's your lighting objective?

7/8/2018
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There are many different ways to set up a shoot for lighting depending on style, available light, and so on. Other than choosing a particular style or effect such as Noir, your objective is to be as natural as possible.

Duration:00:10:49

IFP Episode 86: Why we make films

6/29/2018
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Is filmmaking an absolute passion? If there was no way to make money being a filmmaker, we we still make films?

Duration:00:10:23