How To Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck With Filmmaker Steve Stockman.

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Filmmaker Steve Stockman is a successful director, writer, producer and now author. His show “Brew Dogs” is a hit on Esquire TV, he’s shot a few hundred commercials, and wrote and directed the feature film “Two Weeks” starring Oscar winner Sally Fields. We met online after I bought his book, “How To Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck.”

Steve stresses that we’re working in a portfolio business, so he encourages filmmakers at all levels to get out and shoot. He also spells out a “How to” for getting into the reality television game. I encourage you all to buy his book, which preaches story and practical tips. Make sthe perfect gift!

Here’s the book trailer, and just take my word and purchase from Steve’s site.
Here’s the spot I shot in Steve’s garage.Avery Labels “Draft”

Only a few slots open for my Commercial Directing Bootcamp is filling up fast. Hurry and sign up. It’s Sunday, September 13th all day. You’ll up your game.

Thank you,

Jordan

This episode is just over an hour. Do rate us on iTunes and “like” us on Facebook please. Email me at RespectTheProcessPodcast today. And I’m still accepting candidates for my Commercial Directing Bootcamp. You owe it to yourself.

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