Oct 22, 2010
This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio program covering Digital Production, Post-Production and Distribution is filled with great information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker or industry professional.
Join host Larry Jordan, and co-host Michael Horton, as they talk with:
Jonathan Budine Sr. Editor/Director for
Motive is a New-York-based creative solutions company with clients as diverse as Ad Agencies, Broadcast Networks, PR firms, production companies, small businesses, filmmakers, and Fortune 500 companies...whew! Jonathan Budine is Sr. Editor/Director and visits the Buzz to tell us about the challenge of the creative life in the Big Apple.
Adam and Rey Villasenor
Filmmakers, Gentlemen of Fortune
Brothers, Adam and Rey Villasenor, co-founders of Gentlemen of Fortune, recently submitted their first film to the Sundance Film Festival, “The Infamous Exploits of Jack West,” and are in development on a reality series, “Fixed Gear - Down To Ride - New York to Los Angeles.” Young, energetic and determined, we are curious about what motivates them, how they are creating their low-budget films, and what they see for their future.
Joel Newman and Adam David
Meltzer CEO and Head of Operations for Turnkey HD,
It is clearly a challenging time to start any new company. However, that didn't stop TURNKEY HD. Based in the Bay Area with offices in Los Angeles, TURNKEY HD was incorporated in August, 2008, and launched in July, 2009, providing mobile HD production equipment, services and technical crew across the US. Today, we talk with co-founders Joel Newman and Adam David Meltzer about why they started their hybrid rental house/production services company, the gear they are recommending for HD production, and what they see as the challenges to HD production in the future.
Stacey Parks CEO, Film Specific,
Getting Buzz regular Stacey Parks, CEO of Film Specific, to stand still long enough for an interview is a major treat! She joins us today fresh from the Blog World Expo. Why should filmmakers be interested in what happens in the blogosphere? Because more and more today, that's where reputations are being made, destroyed, and expanded. We can't wait to hear Stacey's report!
Announcing the Buzz Shout-out! You've heard the rumors - this week, we reveal the specifics. Presenting the all-new Buzz Shout-out! Tune in to learn about this creative new way to market yourself to find work - best of all, the Shout-out! is FREE!