Writer/Director John Suits Talks BREACH

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker John Suits. Since he is such a prolific writer and director, John is back for his third appearance on the podcast. John Suits talks about directing his latest action/sci-fi movie, Breach (2020). Other topics include how directing Breach, which stars Bruce Willis and Rachel Nichols, led to... Continue Reading →

Writer/Director Sean C. Stephens Talks EXPULSION

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker Sean C. Stephens. They talk about his high concept science fiction movie, Expulsion. Sean co-wrote and co-directed Expulsion along with Aaron Jackson. Topics also include using state tax incentives to produce your indie movie, his writing process, and where Sean C. Stephens gets his inspiration from. You... Continue Reading →

Filmmaker Tyler Taormina Talks HAM ON RYE

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director Tyler Taormina. Some topics include Ham On Rye, a movie he directed and co-wrote, and advice for young filmmakers starting right out of college. How John Hughes was an inspiration for his life and career is also discussed. You can listen to the audio portion of the... Continue Reading →

Write/Director Seth Larney Talks 2067

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director Seth Larney. He started working in visual effects and as a digital assets technician for The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. Topics include how Seth transitioned into filmmaking. They talk about his new sci-fi movie 2067, which stars Kodi Smit-McPhee. You can listen to the audio... Continue Reading →

Filmmaker Will Wernick Talks NO ESCAPE

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director Will Wernick. Will Wernick wrote and directed the horror movie No Escape (aka Follow Me) which stars Holland Roden. He also directed Escape Room. They talk about No Escape and his DIY approach to filmmaking which has served him well. You can listen to the audio portion... Continue Reading →

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