Miller Mobley on Crossing the 180 #94

millermobleyToday’s guest is one of three directors for the spec Everlast commercial “Greatness is Within.” His name is Miller Mobley (pronounced MOB-lee. I pronounced it incorrectly in the interview). Miller is a commercial photographer by trade. He’s dabbled in some video work, but as he puts it, this was the first piece he’s done that he’s proud to show people. And you can see why. It looks amazing! Due in no small part to the amazing collaboration of his co-directors Henry Busby and Marcus Tortorici, not to mention the amazing cinematography skills of Khalid Mohtaseb of Variable (also a past guest on this show). Today Miller talks about how he got into video production, the process of creating this spec commercial with Variable, the importance and strategy of personal work, and some of the top lessons he learned while making this. Be sure to stay ’til the end to hear his Quentin Tarantino story. You won’t want to miss it!

This show is co-produced by Dan Rollins of LiveWire Films. The music used in this week’s sponsor segments was “Pierce the Night” graciously provided by Clocks and Clouds from their album “The Creation of Matter.” Learn more about their unique fusion of classical music and rock instrumentals and They are a great source for indie filmmakers to get amazing and unique music for your productions.

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Tips, Tricks and Education for Filmmakers

It’s always good to have Mike Duval from LensProToGo to give us some great filmmaking tips. Today he talks about the importance of a good tripod.

Don’t forget to check out Letus, makers of Shane Hurlbut’s Master Cinema Series.

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