Returning to the show today is writer/director/editor Pete Ohs, who you might know from his feature films Everything Is Beautiful Far Away, Youngstown, and his most recent – Jethica.
Jethica was produced with no crew and on nearly no-budget, but that didn’t stop it from premiering at SXSW or securing theatrical distribution. Pete’s story is an amazing case in point for the power of DIY filmmaking, and just how much can be achieved by getting truly creative with your approach. Throughout the episode, we go in depth on Pete’s process, filmmaking model, and the benefits of working in such a minimalistic way. He also talks about working without a traditional screenplay, his unique collaboration with the actors, navigating festivals, and loads more.
This is Episode 195: Making A Feature Film With No Crew, Premiering at SXSW, Landing Theatrical Distribution & More With Filmmaker Pete Ohs
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