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About This Show
Welcome to the Film Trooper Podcast — Focusing on you, the über independent filmmaker. Filmmaking freedom means optimizing a new business model for making and selling your film online without being dependent on the traditional gate keepers. Why is this important? Because film production is no longer a barrier … anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier … anyone can sell their film directly to the world. The last barrier is film sales and marketing — Film Trooper explores strategies used by successful online entrepreneurs and looks to apply those methods to the world of the über independent filmmaker. Becoming a successful filmmaking entrepreneur (aka) FILM TROOPER is one of the keys at achieving that freedom we all crave.
Most Recent Episode
126: The 6 Gold-Mine Genres of Indie Hollywood with Scott Kirkpatrick
7 days ago
In this episode, I rebroadcast my interview with Scott Kirkpatrick, Author of "Writing for the Green Light: How to make your script the one Hollywood notices". At the time of this interview, Kirkpatrick was an executive at Mar Vista Entertainment, and his background in film sales and production unveils the truth about working in the world of Indie Hollywood.
Welcome to the Film Trooper Podcast, where I try to help filmmakers attain filmmaking freedom as an independent. Why? Because film production is no longer a barrier ... anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier ... anyone can sell their film directly to the world. No. Film marketing is the last barrier, as rising above the noise of the internet is the challenge. And this is one key cornerstone at attaining this filmmaking freedom.
By becoming a Film Trooper, filmmakers can learn the skills necessary to adapt and thrive in this new era of filmmaking and internet marketing.
Join me, Scott McMahon, as I explore these topics. Past guests have included exclusive interviews with Oren Peli, Creator of "Paranormal Activity", Stephanie Palmer of "Good In A Room", Jason Brubaker of "Filmmaking Stuff", Emily Best of "Seed & Spark", Independent Film Marketing Strategist, Sheri Candler, and Peter Broderick, Indie Film Distribution Expert.