What’s the best approach to sharing your resume on LinkedIn? Is it okay to negotiate when you rent gear? What’s the difference between hard comedy and hard “R” comedy? How do you shoot a documentary and make it feel like a movie?

All these answers and more on this weeks No Film School pod.

In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, and Jason Hellerman answer listener questions, and GG speaks with director Lance Oppenheim and Cinematographer Nate Hurtsellers:

  • A platform that prevents fraud and theft of production equipment
  • The American Film Market - it’s moving to Vegas!
  • Having multiple resumes and tailoring them to specific roles
  • Negotiating gear rentals
  • Hard "R" comedy—what it is and what it’s not
  • Lance Oppenheimer’s documentary film, Ren Faire
  • Letting the film organically find its language and style
  • The benefits of shooting with a small crew
  • Feeling all over the place and wanting more control while shooting
  • Nate’s secret to successfully operating handheld cameras
  • Why you don’t need a sophisticated setup to be a DP

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by GG Hawkins.