We talk about a very important in not just Film but everywhere in general.
Being Authentic is extremely important in what we do in our lives. Vincent Rapisardi is an online reporter for www.bigblueunbiased.com, a site that he built and developed.
2:18 – Inspiration: Where does it come from?
3:55 – Getting Creative – What does it mean to be creative?
6:00 – Vincent says what needs to be said.
9:00 – Can Vincent pick out the authentic movies/tv shows vs. the non-authentics?
12:03 – Vincent’s key things to dtermine authenticity.
13:30 – Told a lie to help people feel good?
“I would rather someone be honest with me..”
14:40 – Why people are politically correct?
“Save yourself from getting backlash.”
16:00 – Would you do anything as a do over or to make it better than before?
17:10 – Be yourself
“Easier said than done.”
18:20 – Living in the moment – Why is it so hard?
20:50 – Why do people lie?
“People want to shove [their] problems away.”
22:00 – Why people tell the truth?
23:30 – Most important thing in being authentic is…
24:10 – Steps Vincent Recommends in being authentic.
“…at the end of the day, you gotta live with yourself.”
“It’s tough for people to do… because they’re afraid of the consequences.”
27:56 – Three truths.
“Important to be aware. Book smarts can be a little bit overrated.”
“Be a good decision maker.”
“Be real with people.”
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In the second episode here, I talk with a friend and collegue who I have collaborated with in Houston as a member of the CINE Film Group. We have worked on the short film project Mundane Mysteries together.
2:15 – What is happening in Atlanta?
6:40 – What attracted Diego To Acting?
How do you get into Acting?
What are Castings (Casting Calls)?
8:00 – The Amazing Spiderman
“What does that man have that I don’t.”
“What do I need to do to get there?”
9:00 – ” I got into my first commercial.”
9:30 – Why is this the right career for Diego?
“There was something missing.”
12:00 – We talk about Diego’s first memory of being on a shoot.
14:15 – Connections. “Networking’s always hugs.”
17:15 – Rituals – Habits – Routines
Diego has a written statement: “Visualizing where I want to be.”
“It brings you joy and .. ”
“If you really want something, it will come to you.”
“The universe will open those doors for you.”
21:20 – Where will you recognize Diego from?
23:37 – Why film is important?
25:00 – We get into Diego’s Business he has got up off the ground. Rolling Tapes, LLC.
“A studio on wheels.”
30:22 – Three truths.
“Sometimes the journey is better.”
“Always be grateful for what you have.”
“Take risks.” … “You’ll get out there.”
Short films – Spin the bottle,
Collaborated on Mundane Mysteries with me, Turning Tables
Murder made me famous
Cast – Murder calls
Rolling Tapes FB page / Business
In this first one, I talk with Jordan Brady who is a director.
:55 – We get right into it!
1:50 – We talked briefly about having some short film experience.
2:20 – We go into detail about what it means to be involved with 48-Hr Film Festivals.
“It’s an exercise in Collaboration an Problem solving” that shows you “That there are only solutions.”
7:00 – Talk about Jordan’s time spent on projects working in Texas.
“Texas is like its own world.”
9:40 – We go into his work with Toro the Mascot of the Houston Texans.
11:40 – We talk about his feature project, I AM Comic Series and I AM Battle Comic. (August 2017)
12:20 – Jordan discusses his most memorable project to date (Recorded in November 2017).
17:00 – We converse on how to break into the Screen writing industry using the bare minimum.
18:15 – “The most important thing is the Story”
19:57 – Jordan explains how the process is like getting started for most people, whether it is hard or easy.
24:00 – If you are interested about learning Commercial Filmmaking, this segment is for you! Email him! email@example.com
26:00 – What it means to be successful in film.
31:45 – Why the film industry is important today?
37:15 – Jordan Brady gives his three truths (or lessons) of Film, the way he see it.
To see what he has been up to you can visit his site at www.jordanbrady.com as well as www.iambattlecomic.com. He has worked with comedians such as Maria Bamford, and W. Kamau Bell.