Ep 88 How to make Indie Films, Film-making tips, Q&A and our top 10 Podcasts so far with Giles Alderson, Andrew Rodger, Christian James and Dan Richardson

The hosts sits down for a New Years Day special chat about how they made their indie films, answer questions from listeners, reveal the top 10 podcasts and announce next weeks special guest and up coming guests!

Giles Alderson (The Dare), Andrew Rodger (To Dream), Christian James (Fanged Up) and Dan Richardson (Retribution) shoot the breeze about making their films and how their year in film-making has been.

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Ep 81 How to make Indie Films & Action Adventure Feature Robin Hood The Rebellion with Producer Lucinda Rhodes-Thakrar & hosts Giles Alderson & Andrew Rodger

Producer Lucinda Rhodes-Thakrar joins Giles Alderson and Andrew Rodger to talk indie film-making, making Action Adventure Film Robin Hod The Rebellion,

They chat about BAFTA awards, best practices on film sets, How to make do with hardly any crew, shooting in small spaces, keeping cast & crew happy and making indie films on very limited budgets.

Robin Hood The Rebellion

With his true love captured by the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham, the legendary Robin Hood and his crew of outlaws execute a daring rescue to save her.

Lucinda has produced the films Curse of the Witching Tree, Hooligan Legacy, Caged, Undercover Hooligan and Hooligan Escape, Crux, Predator Dark Ages, Essex Vendetta and most recently Robin Hood The Rebellion which is OUT NOW



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WATCH the Trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGNRSjDYeaU

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RAINDANCE – Established filmmakers will often tell you that writing, directing and producing a film is merely ten percent of the equation. The remaining 90% of a filmmakers effort is finding their independent film distribution. Our friends at Raindance are launching a new one-day masterclass dedicated entirely to film distribution that presents you an easy-to-understand step-by-step strategic process that will allow you to maximise the distribution and revenue from your independent film. Join writer/director Simon Hunter and marketing expert Jonathan Sadler at the Raindance Film Centre on 24th November and get 20% off your booking with our exclusive discount code RDPODCAST20, meaning you can get a standard ticket for £135 or a student one for just over £100! Book here: http://bit.ly/IndieDistribution


The Man From Mo Wax screening at Crouch End in East London on 10th Nov at 7.30pm. After the screening the Man From Mo’Wax himself, James Lavelle will be joining host Giles Alderson for the Q&A as will the creators of the film Matthew Jones & M J McMahon. http://www.arthousecrouchend.co.uk/programme/?programme_id=4837445


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EP 75 How to Make a Feature Film for £45 and Making New Action IndieFilm ‘Nightshooters’ with guest director Marc V Price and hosts Giles Alderson & Andrew Rodger

Director, screenwriter, producer and all round great guy, Marc V Price joins director Giles Alderson (The Dare) and cinematographer Andrew Rodger (World of Darkness) to chat indie film, the differences between genre filmmaking, screenwriting, raising finance and shooting with very limited budgets.

We talk about how he made his debut feature film ‘Colin’, a zombie horror film for just £45 and how he made his latest action comedy Nightshooters which premieres at Raindance Film Festival in Oct



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The first episode from the The Filmmakers Podcast crew where filmmakers Giles Alderson, Andrew Rodger and Dan Richardson introduce themselves, discuss their favorite film as a child, difficulties and joys of life on a film set, how movie making can make a difference and chat through what Indie Film making means to them.