Are you ready to take an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the making of some of your favorite movies? Look no further than Pre-Production, the must-listen podcast hosted by Chris Stuckmann. Chris will sit down with top filmmakers to discuss their journey from “the spark”, that moment they realized they wanted to be a filmmaker, to the making of their first feature. From the struggles and triumphs of bringing a movie to life, to the creative process and lessons learned along the way, Pre-Production offers a unique and insightful look at the art of moviemaking.
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Jacob Chase (Come Play) talks learning craft through stage acting, selling specs, and working one-on-one with Steven Spielberg.
Writer of comics, television, and film, Bryan Edward Hill discusses scouring for filmmaking documentaries at rental stores, writing an entire script in mere hours, and gives his best writing advice for newcomers.
Writer/Director Robbie Banfitch (The Outwaters) discusses his passion for do-it-yourself filmmaking, his knowledge of movie marketing, and dealing with releasing your first film to the public.
Amazing podcast Chris. I’ve found this to be really inspiring and insightful. What you’re getting out of these artists is what I want to hear and really does help me understand what’s required to take that next step into filmmaking. Love your work man. Cannot wait for more episodes
Great podcasts. Just as great, fun, educational as your channel. Discovered your YouTube early last year. You always give thoughtful movie/tv reviews with your sense of humor which delivers your message for your passion in what your currently in pre production on. Great job with the podcast. Love the insights from some great filmmakers. Speaking of…. Can’t wait for Shelby Oaks 😀
As someone who’s watched Chris for years on YouTube with his movie review channel, I’ve loved to see him now live out his dream as a filmmaker. As an aspiring filmmaker myself, this podcast is exactly the source of inspiration I’ve been looking for. Could not recommend this podcast enough!
Chris Stuckmann possesses a goal of providing personal stories of well-regarded contemporary film directors and producers for anyone hungering to make movies—much less individuals interested in the art of filmmaking. more
So happy to see CS moving forward with this new project. It’s definitely a worthy endeavor.
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Pre-Production launched 5 months ago and published 8 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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