He’s a native Texan that went off to LA and sold his first script a month later! He has written and sold quite a few scripts, some got made, some didn’t but you may recognize some of his work, like Wheelmen on Netflix.
Mitch shares some movie making mishaps, how he funded Knucklebones and why indie film crews are so great! He also gives some tips for new filmmakers, plus what else he had going on. He explains why films are so different from streaming platforms to physical medium? As well as why a director may have no idea what the final cut may look like? We also talk about that one time he acted in a movie and it had Edward Furlong in it! Who sponsored the movie (Knucklebones) and which youtuber happened to be in it?
Look for his Blu Ray release that includes all the good cuts that he originally wanted in but were left out of the streaming version. Expect more gore and faster pacing!
You can find Mitch Wilson on Instagram @knucklebonesmovie. Twitter @knucklebonez and get the director’s cut blu ray here ➡️ knucklebones.org.
You can find Carlos Ibarra on IG @jekyl669, Chris Thompson on IG @theauthor_ and me, Kimberly at macabreish.com and IG and Vero @macabre_ish. https://linktr.ee/macabre_ish
As always, support the arts and watch movies!
Film/Series Mentioned: Chopping Mall, Beetlejuice, Boggy Creek, The Final, Jimmy & Judy
ADR - Automated dialogue replacement (ADR) is the process of re-recording dialogue by the original actor (or a replacement actor) after the filming process to improve audio quality or make changes to the originally scripted dialog. (Dubbing)
DP - Director of photography or cinematographer (sometimes shortened to DP or DOP) is the chief over the camera and light crews working on a film, television production or other live action piece and is responsible for making artistic and technical decisions related to the image.
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