Scott Sullivan is a producer, actor, and director from Pittsburgh living in Los Angeles. He is currently working on his short film, Red.
We talk about people connecting through the internet, teen bullying, battling depression, and using the right screenwriting software.
Scott talks about making a movie with no bad guys. He also touches on why we need to take teenagers more seriously and respect their perspectives.
Check out Red: instagram.com/redtheshortfilm/
Ben Gibson is co-founder of the Un.Inc and is obsessed with helping change makers get through the struggles that life, business, and creating presents.
Ben's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youvolution/
The Un.Inc on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uninclife/
Anthony Freeze talks about the power of networking though content like his 24 Hour Hustle Show. He also details his future plans for his content including an audience facing site focused on entertainment culture and hosting screenings for big movies.
Check out his latest project: https://24hourmedia.net/
Alyssa is currently an Artist in Residence with Odyssey Clayworks in Asheville, North Carolina. Her work is a close study of design and technique, marrying the two to bring beauty and functionality into everyday life.
Ali shares some of her Instagram secrets and what it's like doing residency programs. She also talks in depth about diversifying your revenue streams as a creative.
Follow Alyssa Ruberto on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aliruby
You can now listen to the show on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/movies-in-the-black-show/id1447982585?mt=2&i=1000426589269
Kevin Interdonato is a bi-coastal actor and producer. His acting career propelled forward once he started taking on producing responsibilities. His movie, Bad Frank, was a hit online. His most recent film, Dirty Dead Con Men has reached a respectable audience as well.
Kevin talks about some of his strategies for building a strong career in the movie industry. We also discuss wearing many hats and trusting the right people.
Follow Kevin Interdonato on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thekevinintro/?hl=en
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This episode we speak with filmmaker, Steve Sensebaugh about running a freelance production company in a small town while still trying to make movies. We also talk through the making of and distribution of his faith-based micro budget feature film.
Steve fell in love with film and photography at a young age which led him to attend ICTC for Digital Media Technology and the DuBois Business College for the John Russo Movie Making Program. He has won awards at the Creative Minds Film Festival held in DuBois, PA, competed in the Pittsburgh 48 Hour Film Festival where his teams have won awards for Best Film Runner Up and Best Cinematography. Most recently Steve has worked for the TV show Return to Amish airing on TLC. He also co-owns a production company in Dubois, PA called Everlasting Productions.
For more about Everlasting Productions, visit their website: https://everlastingproductionsllc.com/
This episode we speak with actor, Dallas White about working and trying to make money while staying creatively satisfied in the movie industry.
Welcome to another episode of the Movies in the Black Show. We be interview creators about making a living in their fields. Movies are the main subject. We also interview other creative fields as we believe there is a lot to learn from other industries.
Dallas White is an up and coming east coast actor who has appeared in Discovery, Reelz, and Fox News shows. He has a small role on Mila Kunis' Bad Moms which ended up mostly in the deleted scenes.
Dallas also played a role in our film, Blood on the Leaves in 2015.
He has recently starred in the short film, 17 Locust Street.
For more about Dallas, visit his website: https://www.dallaswhite.net/
This episode we speak with Liz Deering and Ben Gibson, co-founders of the Un.Inc in Austin Texas.
Welcome to the first episode of the Movies in the Black Show. We will be interviewing creators about making a living in their fields. Movies are the main subject. We also will interview other creative fields as we believe there is a lot to learn from other industries.
Un.Inc Website: http://theuninc.com/
From The Un.Inc:
WE BELIEVE THAT THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL IMPACT LIES IN THE HANDS OF DIVERSE AND CREATIVE FOUNDERS - THE REBELS, MISFITS, ARTISTS, CREATORS AND DREAMERS WITH THE HEART AND TENACITY TO LITERALLY CHANGE THE WORLD.
At The Un.Inc we are designing an unconventional path for change makers to grow, thrive and claim their purpose. We do that by surrounding them with the resources they need, from products, programs and mentorship to creative spaces and housing.