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Welcome, Film Creatives!

The MAKE IT podcast is our homage to the Indie Film Creative. Each week we interview experienced Creatives who aim to help aspiring professionals in Film get where they're going faster by providing their advice, knowledge, and insights into the film industry.

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Nov 30, 2018

"I'm not always learning what to do, as much as learning what not to do.” - Sabyn Mayfield This week we have a conversation with Director Sabyn Mayfield

Sabyn Mayfield is a producer and director, known for Boomtown (2017), CashVille (2019) and the breakout Julien Baker video for her hit single Sprained Ankle...

Nov 23, 2018

"If I'm not crying when I'm done with the last sentence or that last word, then it's not good." This week we have a conversation with Director & Writer Terry Gingles. 

Terry Gingles was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is a director and producer, known for The Woman (2012), Preying for Lust (2012) and Ignorance...

Nov 16, 2018

This week we chat with Director, Writer, Editor, and Cinematographer Spencer Glover.

Spencer is a Los Angeles-based creative recognized for his filmmaking work including, short films, pilot episodes, music videos, and commercials. He currently serves as an editor for Yamaha Entertainment Group specializing in branding...

Nov 9, 2018

“There are no more Jack Nicholson's. There are no more Marlon Brando's.” - Jessejames Locorriere⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

On this week's episode, we have a conversation with Jessejames Locorriere.

Jessejames is an actor and proud father, and we painted outside the lines a bit in this episode and chat about music,...

Nov 2, 2018

“The thing I love about filmmaking is how human it is. There’s humanity in every part of it.” - Chad McClarnon ⠀⠀⠀⠀

On this week's episode, we have a conversation with Chad McClarnon.

Chad is a writer, director, producer, and cinematographer known for Daddy's Little Girl (2015), Bear with Me (2014), Still...