We just released part two of our second episode of Kvibe TV, Mainstream vs. Indie Filmmaking (Ep.2 / Pt 2 of 4) – On Set Challenges, and you can check it out below!
If you’re just tuning into the series, Sutera has been in the film & television industry for over a dozen years. He’s worked on big-budget Hollywood blockbusters like Men in Black 3 and The Adjustment Bureau and hit TV shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm and Boardwalk Empire. Sutera is currently working on the CBS television series, Elementary.
In last week’s installment—which you can find on the Kvibe TV page—Khoa and Sutera discussed how they first met and how Sutera helped mentor Khoa as he made the transition from music to film production. They also discussed what it is that an assistant director actually does on set as well as some of the differences between mainstream film & TV production and independent filmmaking.
In part 2, Mainstream vs. Indie Filmmaking (Ep.2 / Pt 2 of 4) – On Set Challenges, Khoa and Sutera continue their discussion on those differences and how on-set challenges affect film and video productions with budgets both large and small.
For those unfamiliar with the industry, it can be difficult to grasp just how much certain changes and adjustments that are made on set, even the small ones, can affect other aspects of the production. And on low-budget productions where time is truly of the essence, those “ripple effects,” as Sutera refers to them, matter even more.
Check out the video below to learn more and, as always, we hope that whether you’re in film or video production or simply trying to grow a business or build a career, you can learn something from this and all future episodes of Kvibe TV.
And if you like what you see, be sure to head over to Kvibe TV to subscribe, like us on Facebook, and tune in next week for part 3 of the series. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. Enjoy!
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