Big Movies Require Big Risks: 'God is a Bullet’ Producer & Financier Talks Filmmaking
To make your movie, you need money. So how do you get over that uncomfortable feeling of asking people to invest in your project? And once you have the financing, how do you get over the fact that your movie is not going to be appreciated by all audiences?
In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, Jason Hellerman, and producer Michael Mendelsohn discuss:
The wonderful process of discovering classic movies
Our parents sheltering us from watching certain scenes in famous movies
The best way you can become good at packaging and pitching a project
What it’s like to film underwater, deep in the Baltic Sea while a war is going on nearby
Breaking into the industry at 17 years old
People claiming titles without actually doing the work
Taking stories of actual experiences and then putting them to screen
The types of stories Michael typically leans towards
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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by GG Hawkins.