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Minisode # 7 – Josh Guffey

In this minisode, I chat about Josh Guffey whom I interviewed in episode 107 of the podcast, how we met, and his connection to the “Film Bug” podcast. Check out episode 107! Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 6 – Seckeita Taylor Lewis

In this minisode, I chat about how met Seckeita Taylor Lewis, writer/director of the film Jerico. She is interviewed in episode 106 of the podcast.  Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 5 – Jonathan Perkins

In this minisode, I describe how I met Jonathan Perkins who is interviewed in Episode 105 of Film Bug. Surprise! I was the Line Producer on that project and if I were to do an episode on it, it would be a few hours long! Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 4 – Rachel Benjamin

In this minisode, I give some insight on how I met Rachel Benjamin years ago in Miami, Florida. Rachel is the interviewee in episode 104 of “Film Bug,” where she discussed the making of her thesis film, “The Missing Peace.” Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 3 – Lily Gareth Cunningham

I met Lily on Facebook through a mutual friend who also has a film podcast. Check out minisode 3 to learn more, then listen to episode 103 in which Lily takes us through the making of “Acute Failure.” Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 2 – Daniel Pico

In this minisode, I talk about how I met Daniel Pico, director of “Farewell Darkness.” Episode 102 of the podcast is an epic journey through the making of the film. It’s a solid example of how to make movies outside predominant systems, and without wealth financiers or grants.  Check out this episode!

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Minisode # 1 Joe Doughrity

In this short minisode, I explain how I met Joe Doughrity and convinced him to be interviewed for the Film Bug Podcast. Joe is a veteran filmmaker who worked for director John Singleton for years, and “Corner Store” was his directorial debut. Check out this episode!

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Episode 10 – “Brick Madness” with Justin McAleece

What started as a dare to make a movie that would take very little time to finish, became an 11 year journey from script to screen. Making the mockumentary took a group of dedicated friends pitching in, and unwittingly allowing filming in their homes, using personal credit cards to cover expenses, and hiring a number…

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