As you may or may not know I did end up taking a break from the podcast, you can hear about it Season 3 Ep #1, so this week’s episode was actually recorded a few months ago.
What ended up being such a surprise, when I pulled up the filmmakers website to prepare for this email, it was such a wonderful surprise to see that his film has picked up so much traction since the last time we spoke. It’s interesting because when I interviewed him, he and I were both pretty frustrated about our first feature film not being accepted into many/any film festivals.
He was struggling, I was struggling, and it’s so wonderful and fascinating to see how we both are now in a completely different place. Life is nuts, but this is such a lesson in having faith, patience and believing in your project.
Worst PODCASTER Ever!
Happy New Year Good People!
So yea, that would be me. The worst podcast host ever! Let me let you, 2018 was amazing but gnarly in oh so many ways and I completely dropped the ball on Indie Film Tribe! Horrible I know and I am so sorry!
Like many of you and many creative types in general, at any given day I can be obsessed with a myriad of different things. I love sharing what I’ve learned on my filmmaking journey with you all via my podcast, but I also love acting, directing, producing, writing and even more writing and one thing I’ve realized is that it’s very challenging to pursue all my loves at once!
So I’ve decided to make this episode an update episode and tell you what I’ve been up to these passed six months, why I haven’t released any episodes and what I have planned for the indie Film Tribe in 2019. Believe me when I tell you I had every intention of releasing the last two episodes I recorded back in July of 2018, but life, yes life happened. Listen to hear all about the good, the bad and the ugly.