Creating Web Series, Podcasts and Audiobooks an Interview with Actor/Writers/Producer Bridget Fitzgerald

You can listen to this interview now itunes.

Bridget Fitzgerald is an actress, comedienne, and model. She is also a member of National Lampoon’s sketch comedy team, making a sketch comedy podcast heard by half a million monthly listeners. Her web series SmileyBridgeTV has had 1/4 million views, and she attributes some of that success to two audiobooks: “How I Exiled My Inner B*tch” which she acted in and “iHumpty” which she produced as well as acted in. You can learn more here: http://www.bridgetfitzgerald.com/ and http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2804002/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm

Her investment in producing audio content and a SAG New Media web series has helped her get more and better acting roles and writing gigs. It’s also allowed her to establish herself as a producer, co-producer, and director. She’s been asked to work as a judge in writing contests and consults with those producing web series, podcasts, and audiobooks.

Topics addressed in this interview include . . .

  • Why Hollywood Now Favors Actor/Writer/Producers, Actor/Producers, and Writer/Producers
  • Using Podcasts and Audiobooks to Generate Revenue
  • Hiring Union Actors for Podcasts and Audiobooks
  • The Process of Producing a SAG New Media Web Series
  • Finding and Creating New Business Relationships and Business Opportunities

Remember you can find more resources for creative pros at www.NancyFultonMeetups.com.

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How to Build a Hollywood Business Network

You can find written lecture notes and a video with slides covering how to build a Hollywood Business Network at https://gumroad.com/l/wJbwL

Only people have money to buy things. Whether it’s an independent producer with funds to purchase your screenplay, an investor with money to put into your film, a studio exec shopping for a book or podcast to license, or a director looking to hire an actor . . . only humans ever pull the trigger on purchasing things.

That means you need a business network within the entertainment industry that will actively help you find the people who actually want to buy what you sell. In this event you learn the art and science of building and entertainment industry network swiftly, comfortably, and cost effectively.

Topics addressed:

  • Where and how to find networking events that lend themselves to making real connections.
  • How to very comfortably meet people at events
  • What to do with their business cards
  • How to introduce yourself to a group, and one-on-one, so people remember you well
  • How to reach out to people after an event comfortably
  • How to give people leads on potential opportunities
  • How to accept leads from others graciously and without obligation

This is the perfect podcast to listen to if you really struggle with networking, building professional relationships, and using those relationships as a springboard to great opportunities. You can find written lecture notes and a video with slides covering this material at https://gumroad.com/l/wJbwL

Only people have money to buy things. Whether it’s an independent producer with funds to purchase your screenplay, an investor with money to put into your film, a studio exec shopping for a book or podcast to license, or a director looking to hire an actor . . . only humans ever pull the trigger on purchasing things.

That means you need a business network within the entertainment industry that will actively help you find the people who actually want to buy what you sell. In this event you learn the art and science of building and entertainment industry network swiftly, comfortably, and cost effectively.

Topics addressed:

  • Where and how to find networking events that lend themselves to making real connections.
  • How to very comfortably meet people at events
  • What to do with their business cards
  • How to introduce yourself to a group, and one-on-one, so people remember you well
  • How to reach out to people after an event comfortably
  • How to give people leads on potential opportunities
  • How to accept leads from others graciously and without obligation

This is the perfect podcast to listen to if you really struggle with networking, building professional relationships, and using those relationships as a springboard to great opportunities.

You can find written lecture notes and a video with slides covering this material at https://gumroad.com/l/wJbwL

How to Make a $1M+ Movie In-Depth Workshop (covers Production, Casting, Distribution, Funding, etc)

This in-depth recorded workshop is designed to help new and stalled filmmakers understand the process by which $1M+ movies are safely and swiftly developed, packaged, funded, produced, and distributed. It comes with a step-by-step in-depth primer on producing a $1M+ film, several hours of video from experts covering everything from distribution to funding, full written documentation documentation, and support via email to answer your questions.

Get the workshop and immediate access to all materials here:  https://gumroad.com/l/07181m

Building a $1M+ film, like building a $1M+ house, requires a specific process that minimizes risk, up front costs, and time invested while maximizing the probability of a financially successful project. Failure to follow the right process is almost always an expensive mistake.

You will learn:

  • How to fully secure the rights to produce a film based on a script
  • How (and why) to attach name talent to your project
  • Where to find investors and how to convince them to put money into your film
  • How to get an accurate shooting schedule and production budget
  • Getting financial forecasts investors and lender will believe
  • How to acquire distribution in the US & Worldwide (including theatrical release)

You get immediate access to written workbooks including:

  • A step-by-step $1M+ Film Blueprint Workbook that covers everything from script acquisition, budgeting, creating shooting schedules, working with SAG, to setting up your production company, acquiring distribution, applying for and getting state rebates, funding through investment and loans, distribution, and creating back end deals.
  • Casting Name Talent Wookbook
  • Raising Money From Investors using Regulation D and Regulation CF Investment Workbook
  • Intellectual Property Fundamentals Workbook
  • and more . . .

And You Get Immediate Access to Multiple Expert Videos including:

  • How to Produce a $1M+ Movie: An In-Depth, Step by Step, Primer
  • How to Work with a Professional Line Producer
  • How to Work with a Professional Cinematographer
  • Foreign Rights Sales & Selling Your Film through Filmmarkets
  • Contract Fundamentals & Avoding Litigation
  • Getting Production Insurance and Completion Bonds and Why You Need Them
  • etc.

Note from Nancy:

I created this recorded workshop because many folks can’t make it to face to face meetings here in Los Angeles. This set of materials, with support for your questions via email, teaches you the process by which you can minimize risk and maximize profit as you build and produce your film.

Testimonials

Nancy Fulton has taught for UCLA and the Art Institute and has been producing media and supporting creative professionals from a business and technical perspective for more than 25 years. She is executive producer for Mobile Motion Mocap. Learn more at www.MobileMotionMocap.com.

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the filmmaking community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slideshows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

How to Make a Feature Film You Can Sell for Under $10,000 (Ultra Low Budget Feature or Documentary)

In this in-depth recorded workshop you learn how to create a 90-minute feature film for $10,000 or less that you can sell.  Go here to sign up: https://gumroad.com/l/10k01

This is the perfect way to learn how to make a feature film for a price you can afford. If you’re tired of waiting to make a movie, don’t want to risk a lot of money, and want to produce something you can earn money from and something that makes a good industry calling card, you will find this workshop useful. It is also a great resource if you need to give yourself IMDB credits as a writer, director, producer, performer, etc. These instructions will support filmmakers producing projects up to $100K.

You receive:

  • Video Covering How to Produce a $10K Film You Can Sell (1.5 hours)
  • Workbook: $10K Film Blueprint: A Step-by-Step Guide
  • Primer: Intellectual Property Right Fundamentals
  • Video: Intellectual Property Rights (1 Hour)
  • Video: Contract Fundamentals with Attorney Justin Sterling (1 Hour)
  • Video: Avoiding Litigation with Attorney Justin Sterling (1 Hour)
  • Primer: Corporate Structure & Why it Matters
  • Video: Profitable Self Distribution Options (1 Hour)
  • Video: Selling & Licensing Films Worldwide through Rights Trade (1 Hour)

Topics addressed:

  • Why making a $10K movie you can sell is a good idea.
  • Why it’s easy to do but you haven’t heard of many people who have done it.
  • The characteristics of a good, sellable, $10K film script.
  • The equipment you need and where to get it cheap.
  • Where to get your cast and crew and how much to spend.
  • Where to shoot your film.
  • How to edit your film.
  • Marketing your film effectively.
  • Getting your film and your credits listed on IMDB.
  • A Sample $10K Budget.
  • Insurance, Payroll, Contracts, and Other Important (unskippable) Details

Questions

If you have questions please send an email to nancy.fulton@yahoo.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

“I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

How to Write a Movie Business Plan & Pitch Deck (Feature Film or Documentary)

Writing a good film business plan is a straight forward and easy to understand process, and it’s something every filmmaker needs to learn in order to get support from investors, co-producers, and others who can help fund a project.

To get this recorded workshop, sample business plans, and pitch decks, just go here: https://gumroad.com/l/917bp

You will learn:

  • A Fast, Easy-to-Follow Process for Building a Business Plan
  • How to Find or Create the Information You Need in Your Business Plan
  • How Business Plans Vary Based Upon Budget, Genre, and Funding Strategy
  • Techniques for Swiftly Writing Your Business Plan
  • Options for Formatting Your Business Plan
  • Sharing Your Business Plan with Others
  • How to Create an Easy to Present Pitch Deck Based on Your Business Plan
  • How to Guarantee Distribution for Your Project

You Get Immediate Access to the Following Documentation:

  • Step-by-step workbook that teaches how you to create your own film business plan
  • Sample feature film business plan
  • Sample feature film pitch deck.
  • Step-by-step workbook on how to make a profitable documentary
  • Sample documentary business plan
  • Sample documentary pitch deck
  • Video that covers exactly how to write a business plan and pitch deck.
  • Video that covers working with a line producer to get accurate budgets,
  • Video that covers hiring and insuring cast and crew nationwide legally and why its a critical thing to do right,
  • Video that covers how to get film analytics and financial forecasts your investors will trust
  • Video that covers how to absolutely good guarantee distribution for your film or documentary
  • Video & Written Guide on how to avoid litigation Featuring Attorney Justin Sterling
  • Guide on how to attach the right name name talent to your project.

Tip: The process of writing a solid film business plan helps filmmakers crystalize their project, fully define their plan, more accurately calculate the costs, risks, and benefits of their production, and avoid painful and expensive mistakes. Once you have a good film business plan, it is easy to create a pitch deck which makes the project easy to explain to others. When you have a good business plan finding financial support for your project is much easier.

If you have any questions about this resource, please email nancy.fulton@yahoo.com. I look forward to being of service.

Testimonials 

Serita Stevens/ Nursing The Evidence

“She cares about helping others”

Rick James/ Denver Pictures

“I can not say enough for Nancy’s loyalty to her clients. She really knows the business inside and…”

Karen F Chambre / Karen LCSW Chambre Psy. D. candidate

“Nancy Fulton has helped many of my clients in the entertainment industry. I highly recommend her …”

Lee Forgang / Knight Quest Entertainment

“Nancy presents an incredible portfolio of materials on the Entertainment Industry through videos,…”

Marla Simone

“Nancy consistently educates and inspires. ”

Phil Condit / SICK PUPPY PICTURES

“Nancy Fulton is unbeleivable. She is an accomplished filmmaker, writer, producer and she is willing to teach everyone what she knows…”

Anna Koukouli / LiLifornia Diaries Productions

“Nancy is a true champion of people!! Independent filming writers, directors, producers …”

J’aime Sirgany (Scantlen) / Creative Counseling

“Nancy is skilled, quick minded and highly motivated…”

Lyle Royer / MD’s MAD MONEY Inc.

“She knows as much about producing as anyone. And a very helpful lady.”

Gloria Jaroff / Gloria Jaroff Design AIA

“Nancy is very supportive and consistently provides both information and valuable connections …”

Masashi Nagadoi /

“I took her seminars several times. All those were worth 5 stars. Not only she is brilliant and knowledgable…”

Kelly Desarla / Self Employed, Actress

“I have taken one of Nancy’s online marketing seminars and it was fantastic. She’s terrific!”

Gabby Tary / Tary Arts

“If you want to be a filmmaker then going to Nancy Fulton’s events is a must …”

Paul Levine / Paul S Levine Attorney At Law & Literary Agent

“The best at running networking and educational events!”

Nicky Shane / Nicky Shane Arts

“Organized, focused, experienced and understand the workload of putting together a promotional package …”

MeeRa Kim / Arbor Entertainment

“Nancy’s events are overflowing with practical, logical information and tools that can be utilized…”

Working with a Professional Cinematographer / Interview with Brad Rushing (ABC, Disney, Hallmark, etc) #Filmmaking #Producing #DP #Cinematorgraphy

Brad Rushing is an award winning professional cinematographer with a broad based experience in independent film, television, and advertising.

You can listen to his insightful and pragmatic interview here: https://gumroad.com/l/cinematographer

Roger Corman’s Concorde/New Horizons film studio afforded Brad some of his first feature film opportunities as Director of Photography, and he subsequently moved on to high end music videos photographing award-winning, iconic clips for artists like Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Lionel Richie, Nelly and Eminem. Brad’s ground-breaking work on Moby’s “We Are All Made Of Stars” won an MTV Video Music Award “Moonman” for Best Cinematography in a Video, and many of the other music videos he shot have won awards such as VMAs, MVPAs and Grammys for Best Video.

His customers include ABC, Aguila, Belkin, Blue Diamond Almonds, British Telecom, Comcast, Coors, Cricket, Disney, Fandango, Fox Sports, Fruco, Fuel TV, Geico, Glad, GSN, Hallmark, Heineken, Hotwire.com, Macys, McDonalds, Miller, Monster.com, National Geographic, NFL, NASA, Nascar, Pepsi, PlayStation, Pop Tarts, Sketchers, ROKA Sports, SC Johnson, Schweppes, Sebastian, TBS, TLC, TV Guide, Velocity, Veria Network, Vodafone, WeTV

In this event, Brad will be addressing how independent filmmakers can engage and work with cinematographers most effectively:

Topics addressed include:

  • When it Makes Sense to Consult with a Cinematographer During Development
  • What Must Be in Place before You Engage a Cinematographer
  • The Team a Cinematographer Requires & Who They Bring With Them
  • Cinematographer Pre-Production and Why It’s Critical to a Great Shoot
  • The Relationship Between Producer, Director, Cinematographer, and Editor
  • When Pre-Visualization and Storyboards Make Sense and When They Don’t
  • What Cinematographers Value in Producers

By the time this interview is over, you’ll have a very good understanding of when and how to engage professional cinematographers to work on your projects and how to ensure they can give you their very best work.

How to Raise Money From Investors #Filmmakers and Media #Startups covering #REGCF and #REGD

To Get Full Access to These Resources go Here: https://gumroad.com/l/investment

Do you know where to find investors who invest in media projects? Do you know how to accept their money?

Most people new to media making don’t know that it’s illegal to show people a a business plan and ask them for money. Soliciting investment this way can result in prosecution via the SEC and civil lawsuits months or years after the deal is done.

Whenever you ask people for money in return for a share of the profit your company or project produces, you are subject to the laws that govern investment in this country.

This set of resources provides media pros with a solid primer on raising money through a standard Regulation D Private Placement which is how most people raise money to fund media projects.

It also provides an introduction to Regulation-CF which is a new way for filmmakers to raise up to $1M a year from everyday people rather than accredited investors.

Note:  This guide was written as a primer for filmmakers by a filmmaker. It includes numerous links to SEC guidelines and government resources. It was designed to help filmmakers understand several ways in which they can raise money from their films, to help them learn how to find investors online, and and why they must work with with the right attorney and tax advisors in order to build their investment package.

  • A 27-Minute Recorded Video Presentation. This provides you with the solid grounding you need to understand the whole process of legally taking money from investors through a standard Regulation D Private Placement.
  • An 10-Page Document That Reviews Standard Regulation D Private Placement Rules and Requirements, as well as new Title III Rules and Platforms. This document is formatted for easy discussion with legal and financial advisors. You can use it to review your understanding of the process with them so your entire team is staring on common ground.
  • A Primer on Regulation-CF which allows you to raise money from non-accredited investors in amounts as low as $100. You can raise up to $1M per year.
  • You’ll also receive an overview of donation based crowdfunding and a quick-but-important primer on business models. These tools will help you explore a wide range of business funding options you can use for your projects going forward.

You’ll find this information easy to follow and pragmatic, and you’ll find links to reference materials online you can check out at the SEC etc.  If you have questions about these resources, please do reach out to me at nancy.fulton@yahoo.com.

Questions? Please reach out to info@nancyfultonmeetups.com.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

Do you know where to find investors who invest in media projects? Do you know how to accept their money?

Most people new to media making don’t know that it’s illegal to show people a a business plan and ask them for money. Soliciting investment this way can result in prosecution via the SEC and civil lawsuits months or years after the deal is done.

Whenever you ask people for money in return for a share of the profit your company or project produces, you are subject to the laws that govern investment in this country.

This set of resources provides media pros with a solid primer on raising money through a standard Regulation D Private Placement which is how most people raise money to fund media projects.

It also provides an introduction to Regulation-CF which is a new way for filmmakers to raise up to $1M a year from everyday people rather than accredited investors.

  • A 27-Minute Recorded Video Presentation. This provides you with the solid grounding you need to understand the whole process of legally taking money from investors through a standard Regulation D Private Placement.
  • An 10-Page Document That Reviews Standard Regulation D Private Placement Rules and Requirements, as well as new Title III Rules and Platforms. This document is formatted for easy discussion with legal and financial advisors. You can use it to review your understanding of the process with them so your entire team is staring on common ground.
  • A Primer on Regulation-CF which allows you to raise money from non-accredited investors in amounts as low as $100. You can raise up to $1M per year.
  • You’ll also receive an overview of donation based crowdfunding and a quick-but-important primer on business models. These tools will help you explore a wide range of business funding options you can use for your projects going forward.

You’ll find this information easy to follow and pragmatic, and you’ll find links to reference materials online you can check out at the SEC etc.  If you have questions about these resources, please do reach out to me at nancy.fulton@yahoo.com.

Questions? Please reach out to info@nancyfultonmeetups.com.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

How to Write and Protect a Professional Screenplay #Writing #Producing, #Copyright #Screenwriting

This set of 4 videos has helped hundreds of new screenwriters write and protect their first professional screenplay. It has also helped helped hundreds of novelists turn their books into movie scripts they can pitch to producers in Hollywood.

Go here for full access: https://gumroad.com/l/screenplay

You’ll learn:

  • The structure a screenplay and why you absolutely have to get it right.
  • The different kinds of text in a screenplay, from slugs and action lines to dialog and why formatting them correctly matters.
  • How to print a screenplay.
  • When, why, and how to register your screenplay at the copyright office.
  • Where to get free screenwriting software you can use to write your screenplay more swiftly.

You will also learn:

  • Why most screenwriters get coverage before they submit their work to to agents and producers or decide to produce their own work.
  • How ghostwriters can help you more swiftly create the first draft of a script or to polish one you have written.
  • About important Legal issues involved in telling true stories, or fictional stories about real people (living or dead).

You won’t find a more straightforward or easier to follow introduction to screenwriting than this one, and the information covered here will be useful to you for years to come.

If you have questions about this information, please email nancy@entertainmentindustryevents.com.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

How #Hypnosis Helps Creative Minds #Writing #Screenwriting #Filmmaking

In this audio interview (https://gumroad.com/l/hypno), Dr. Nancy Irwin (www.DrNancyIrwin.com) discusses the use of Hypnosis in helping writers, screenwriters, actors, producers and other creative professionals achieve their personal and professional objectives. She also addresses how hypnosis can be used to support treatment for addiction, organic mental illness (bi-polar disease, etc), and post traumatic stress (sexual abuse, etc).

Dr. Nancy Irwin, a psychologist who works with creative professionals quite extensively, has specific expertise in treating writers block, performance anxiety, and lack of confidence.

She has also served as a script & story consultant for writers/filmmakers using hypnosis as key elements in their stories.

Dr. Irwin is on staff at Seasons in Malibu, a well known alcohol and substance abuse treatment center, where she helps patients recover from addiction and its underlying causes (trauma, abuse, organic mental illness, etc).

If you’re interested in hypnosis as a modality for treatment of mental illness or self improvement, you’ll find this an interesting interview to listen to.

If you are currently struggling with writers block, have a lot of difficulty marketing your work, or need help when it comes to editing your work or accepting constructive notes, you may find hypnosis is a swift and painless way to make your next creative leap forward.

I’ve certainly found it helpful . . .

If you run into trouble listening to the interview, email nancy.fulton@yahoo.com.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

How to Live Like a #Millionaire When You’re a Million Short #Filmmakers #Writers #Screenwriters #Actors

 

I click here (https://gumroad.com/l/marilyn) to listen to n this very informative interview writer/producer Marilyn Anderson will address tools and techniques writers and producers can use to:

  • Entertain potential business associates, partners, and investors with style and grace
  • Dress themselves and performers well
  • Travel well cheaply to domestic and international locations

Writers and Screenwriters frequently find themselves living a long time between paychecks, pitching projects to decision makers in face-to-face meetings, and paying for the travel and other experiences that turn into the stories, articles, books, and screenplays they tell. Marilyn’s techniques help writers save money while enjoying a better and more productive life.

Producers entertain constantly. When they aren’t inviting writers, agents, actors, investors, and key crew to lunch, dinner, or drinks they are providing catered meals throughout production. They have to dress well to convey confidence and an air of success, and they are paying for travel all the time.

Marilyn’s How to Live Like a Millionaire When You’re a Million Short is a funny, savvy, empowering book derived from her many years as a working writer and producer in the entertainment industry.

She frequently consults with producers to help them reduce costs and solve problems as they develop their projects and works with writers to improve their screenplays.

If you have questions about this interview, please email nancy.fulton@yahoo.com.

Testimonials

“ Nancy you are amazing. Thank you for doing all this to benefit all of us newcomers. ” — DP

“ Very relevant and helpful. Nancy, you’re doing a great job! Thank you! ”

— Pamela Davis

“ Nancy is amazing and such a gift to the filmmaking community. ”

— Jim Henson

“ Nancy, you amaze me with your giving spirit and ability to bring such great guests on board. Thanks for all you do to help us excel in our careers. ”

— Susan Shearer

“ A very useful, educational resource that is incredibly generous in giving knowledge and expertise to the film making community. ”

— Pippa Hinchley

“ Good information resource. Well organized. ”

— JB

“ Nancy’s Film Funding Club is very valuable. Always lots of great information. It’s very obvious that she puts a lot of work into these seminars for us (slide shows, audio recordings, coordinating guest speakers, etc.). I am very grateful and appreciative to her and her guests for their time and talent to help further our careers. ”

— Jodi

“ interesting, innovative approach. thank you, Nancy! ”

— Camille Bacos

About the Film Funding Club: “ I’m thoroughly enjoying this club. I wish I had found out about it way earlier, I’d be way ahead of the game. I would recommend this club to anyone who truly wants to learn the business aspect of the film industry. ”

— Reinaldo D’Amico

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