Making an Indie Film in One Location with Two People with Bizhan Tong, Olivia Moyles & Kevin Leslie

How to Make an Indie Film in one Location with Two People – The Escort’s director Bizhan Tong and actors Olivia Moyles and Kevin Leslie chat with directors Giles Alderson (The Dare) and Christian James (Fanged Up).

We talk about how the idea for the feature film The Escort came from, Bizhan encounter with a real escort.

We talk problems on set. How to work around your only location having building work and noise around it.

We discuss story boarding, writing, shot-listing and casting and how having five people around you that like you can shape your career.


TRAILER The Escort

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