September 5, 2019

Joshua Caldwell, Part 2: How a $6K Indie Film Led To Directing Gigs For Hulu & Beyond

This week, writer/director Joshua Caldwell returns with a follow up to his interview back on Episode 71. In 2014 Josh achieved breakout success with his $6000 micro-budget film Layover, which paved the way for a directing gig for Hulu, and several feature films - including his most recent film (Southland) with Bella Thorne.

Over the course of our discussion, Josh picks up where we left off on part 1, outlining his career path after achieving success with his debut feature. We talk about his experience directing a fully budgeted series for Hulu, and how that project helped him form a new approach too filmmaking as a whole. We also discuss the importance of prioritizing extra shooting days over a bigger crew, how agency reps can make or break your career, whether or not you need to live in LA as a filmmaker, and so much more.

Links from the show -

Layover On iTunes - http://https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/layover/id1102592500

Layover On Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Layover-Natalie-Fay/dp/B01GKOUYKK/

Joshua’s Website - www.Joshua-Caldwell.com

Joshua On Twitter - www.twitter.com/joshua_caldwell

Joshua On Instagram - www.instagram.com/joshuacaldwelldirector

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