Episode 6 with Angela Shelton, Indie Filmmaker - The Callsheet

Episode 6 with Angela Shelton Being passionate about what you're working on is an absolute necessity when it comes to independent film.  You you to do a multitude of impossible things-create a unique story, cast great actors, find money, a crew, and put it all together...and then market and sell it.  Angela shares her stories of how she overcame all of those roadblocks that hold people back.. About The Callsheet: After two decades working in and around Hollywood, I've met some incredible people with unique stories of how they made it.  Listen in as I chat with Directors, Writers, Producers, DPs, Creators and Designers of all the films and tv that you know and love.  For the latest updates on the podcast, follow me on instagram @thatdirectoraj or join our new facebook page under the same name Callsheet theme by Evan Brau This episode is sponsored by Plotdevices.co, creators of the Storyclock Notebook.  Visit their website and use the code DIRECTOR20 to receive 20% off your first order! About the Host: Born in Flint, Michigan, A.J. Wedding created his first film in the 5th grade which helped push public opinion toward the first recycling program the city had ever seen.  Realizing the power of filmmaking, he was hooked.  After earning a B.F.A. from Western Michigan University, A.J. began reading scripts for Cruise/Wagner Productions at Paramount.  He volunteered for every production he could, learning from the pros about producing, cinematography, lighting, directing, VFX and even ended up in front of the camera.  He spent a great deal of time editing, including trailers for blockbuster films and pro-bono work for charities such as A Leg to Stand On.  Eventually he was able to direct, and sold the series Infamous which he co-wrote with Craig Bonacorsi.  For the past few years, A.J. has been the commercial producer/directorfor Raleigh Enterprises, continuing to pursue a career as a director in film and television. ajwedding.com
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