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Helping emerging filmmakers become working directors faster. This weekly podcast will ask filmmakers the tough questions and offer guidance every step of the way with one goal in mind: help you make a living doing what you love, directing.

For even more help expanding your directing career, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. There you can apply to be in our accelerator that helps you go from where you currently are to where you want to be; as well as, join our free private FB group.

Hosted by director Jenn Page.
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How do you sustain a career in a business that forgets you the minute you’ve walked out the door? Writer Michael Anthony Snowden’s career took off in 1977 working with one of the biggest names in comedy, Richard Pryor. After that he wrote for the Wayans brothers on everything from In Living Color to White Chicks. So why does he still feel like every day is still a hustle to work, and what does he do to keep jobs flowing? We’ll find out that more on this episode of The Working Director. Follow Michael on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lordsnowden Michael on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0811360/ (Episode 37) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How can a positive mind shift help you become a working director? How do you turn your relationships into paid directing work? And how does all of that help you raise money for films? Filmmaker Jason Satterlund has done all that and he shares how a simple mind shift took him from low budget music videos to higher budget narratives. (Episode 36) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. Jason Satterlund is an award-winning director and writer who is passionate about telling stories. Over the past 25 years, he has honed a talent for directing authentic, emotionally compelling performances. His filmmaking displays a strong visual style that carries audiences on emotional journeys. His latest feature film, “The Abandon,” won multiple awards on the film festival circuit and secured theatrical distribution through Lionsgate. He works all over the world writing and directing feature films, shorts, TV series, immersive entertainment, music videos, commercials, and documentaries, and has received international recognition. He has written and directed over 25 episodes of television, run writer’s rooms, and crafted shows for clients from the ground up. When he isn't busy directing his own projects, he enjoys teaching filmmaking workshops, shaping the filmmakers of the future. Jason's Sizzle Reel: https://vimeo.com/783126488/892a9c04f2 Jason's latest film, "The Abandon," trailer: https://vimeo.com/667997455 His YouTube page with multiple how-to videos, BTS videos and other works: https://www.youtube.com/JasonSatterlundDirector Jason on IMDB --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do I get money for my own projects? I get asked that question more than any other. The problem is there's no rule book or guide that works 100 percent of the time. You could raise 700k for one, be a success financially, and still struggle to do the next. That's why we are going to bring you several interviews this year from filmmakers who have done it. We'll ask them how they did it and get some new tactics to try. First up is filmmaker Alexandra Boylan. She's raised money for 8 feature films, and all have made their money back. How did she do it? We ask her in today's episode. (Episode 35) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. More on Alexandra: Alexandra Boylan Producer, Writer, Actor Co-Founder The Boylan Sisters Films Alexandra Boylan an award winning filmmaker was born and raised in Georgetown, Massachusetts, where she first began her exploration into acting, which led her to relocate to Los Angeles. Utilizing the skills obtained on dozens of movie sets and harnessing the passion that fuels her, she formed her own production company “The Boylan Sisters”. “Catching Faith” had a two year run on Netflix and was on the shelves of Wal-Mart, and is currently streaming on Hulu and Amazon Prime. The sequel Catching Faith 2 released in 2019. Her film “Wish For Christmas” sold to Pure Flix Entertainment and Universal Studios Home Entertainment. Her script “Switched” was awarded the winner of the Kiaros Pro MovieGuide award for best screenplay, the film released Sept, 4th 2020 receiving rave reviews. “The Greatest Inheritance” released in March of 2022. And her new teen girl film “Identity Crisis” which shot on location at Grand Canyon University will release in 2023. She also produced the films “Home Sweet Home” and “At Your Own Risk.” Alexandra is the author of “Create Your Own Career in Hollywood: Advice from a struggling actress who became a successful producer” available in Kindle and Print on Amazon. She is an active member of Woman in Film Los Angeles. Where she served on the WIF PSA Board. Alexandra is the Outreach Coordinator for Ms In The Biz, and co-collaborator of the book “Thriving in Hollywood.” Website: https://theboylansisters.com/ Her films, including At Your Own Risk, are available on Tubi, Amazon Freevee, Roku Channel, and on store shelves. Her book "Create Your own Career in Hollywood" on amazon. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
What is script coverage and why is it so important? When should you even send your script for coverage? How do you build out character breakdowns or break out your script's story? We'll get into all that on this episode with writer Heather Ostrove. (Episode 34) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. More on Heather: Screenwriter Heather Ostrove has written projects for numerous  production companies and studios, including Crypt TV, Netflix, and  Cre8tive Consortium. Specializing in sci-fi, fantasy, and horror.  Heather focuses on female protagonists who deal with real-life struggles  while facing out-of-this-world situations! Her scripts have received multiple 8s on the Black List and won/placed in the Austin Film  Festival, the Creative World Awards, and the PAGE Awards. Originally  from Silver Spring, Maryland, Heather moved to Los Angeles to earn her  MFA in filmmaking. After graduating, she gained experience in  post-production, coordinating and editing EPK packages and marketing  featurettes for feature films, including the Academy Award winning “Dallas Buyers Club,” “Anna Karenina,” and “Moonrise Kingdom.” As a writer at Breakdown Services, Heather read countless scripts and wrote detailed character breakdowns for the project’s Casting Director. With an innate understanding of structure, tone, and character, Heather  provides detailed and invaluable coverage services to both production  companies and writers! Coverfly Profile Website - Click here to hire Heather for Coverage --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do you shot list? How do you breakdown character arcs? How do you prep with your DP and department heads? Those questions and more will be answered on this episode with filmmaker Soma Helmi as we talk all things director prep! (Episode 33) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. More on Soma: Born to an Indonesian father and a Polish mother, Soma Helmi hails from Bali and directed all 20 episodes of Season 3 of Snapchat‘s original series The Dead Girls Detective Agency. The series is produced by Keshet Media and Insurrection Media. She worked frequently with Catherine Hardwicke as a creative consultant. Soma most recently consulted for Ms. Hardwicke on her feature Mafia Mamma (2022) for Bleecker Street and as a creative consultant on her Quibi Series Don’t Look Deeper. Soma’s work has screened at Sundance, Hollyshorts, Outfest and Amazon’s New Voices Film Festival among many others. Soma began her career working as an Art Director for J. Walter Thompson in Jakarta, where her clients were Unilever and Pfizer. She would go on to direct commercial spots for Google, Klondike, Nike, Chevrolet, and Campbell’s. She is a 2021 Paramount Viewfinder Directors Program fellow and was named one of the “8 directors to watch” by Alliance of Women Directors. Soma is on the 2021 CAPE List x Blacklist and created Blackmagic Collective’s Breakthrough Initiative for BIPOC TV writers and directors. Instagram: @SomaHelmi Website: somahelmi.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do you get your first feature film? How do you nurture relationships to get the first (and the second...and third...and fourth...)? How does social media come in to play for all of it? And so much more! Filmmaker Kristin Fairweather is fresh off her 5th feature and we are going to share how she got her films so you can start getting yours! (Episode 32) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. More on Kristin: Kristin Fairweather is an award-winning, independent filmmaker whose experience in politics, advocacy, and women’s empowerment creates a unique lens for her critically-acclaimed work. Kristin holds a Master’s degree in Politics from University of Pennsylvania and served as a senior campaign strategist and Gubernatorial appointee.  She is an avid supporter of the nationally recognized Girls on the Run program and other initiatives promoting equity and inclusivity. This background informs Kristin’s cinematic perspective as an accomplished director, writer, and producer of successful film, television, and commercial work. Kristin is currently in development on a documentary feature “Breathing Underwater: America’s Invisible Women”, which was a finalist for the ScreenCraft Film Fellowship.  She has directed five features, most recently “Infamously in Love”, now playing on UPtv. In addition to her directing work, Kristin produced three critically-acclaimed independent films. Kristin was selected by Sony Pictures as one of the first filmmakers in their Sony Alpha Female Creative Residency. She was also a shadowing director on Fox’s “911” during her fellowship in Ryan Murphy’s HALF directing program. Additionally, Kristin has directed several short films and high-profile commercials. Kristin's award-winning short film “Grace” premiered at HollyShorts and went on to play at film festivals across the country. Her work has been supported by Tribeca, Film Independent, IFP, Sony and Netflix Find Your Voice. Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Overwhelm and burnout can make you quit things you love, have full mental breakdowns on those you love, and even make you literally sick. How can you avoid it and be more productive? In this first solo episode with your host Jenn Page, she'll give you some tips and tricks to overcome it all. Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
What is a music supervisor and how would working with one level up your film? How do you know a music supervisor would be helpful for your project? How do you know WHICH supervisor is right for your project? We learn that and SO much more in this episode of The Working Director with music supervisor Jennifer Smith. Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. Petition to help Music Supervisors go union: https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/tell-the-amptp-to-recognize-music-supervisors-union/ Jennifer Smith is a Los Angeles-based music supervisor who has worked in the film / tv / media industry for over a decade. She started her career as part of the music teams for major network shows such as Dancing With The Stars (ABC), The Ellen Degeneres Show (WB), and America’s Best Dance Crew (MTV). Her love of music and the exploding media landscape guided her to join the Kobalt Music synchronization team to creatively pitch and clear music with networks, studios, music supervisors, production companies, and new media companies. Her time at Kobalt gave her extensive and broad experience in the synchronization world, dealing with all stakeholders in the creative and business process including record labels, songwriters, producers, musicians, managers, and marketing teams. After seven years at Kobalt, Jennifer went back to her first love of content and storytelling and joined the music team on ABC’s reboot of American Idol. After that show’s first season, she was inspired in 2018 to launch her own music supervision company, “Rat Dance Party.” Rat Dance Party specializes in Film, TV (scripted and non-scripted), and new media (especially podcasts). With Rat Dance Party Jennifer has worked on projects produced by Showtime, Netflix, Viacom, Shorts TV, Amazon, Pluto TV, NBC, Voltage Pictures, Indican Productions, and many more. She recently worked on Season 2 of “Why Women Kill” (CBS), MTV Cribs (Paramount+), Netflix’s “Deadly Illusions” and is currently working on the documentary “Proud In A Pandemic,” “Behind The Music”, “Hollow’s Bend: The Radio Play” and many other upcoming projects. Recently elected to the Board of the Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS), Jennifer is also a member of the Television Academy, Women In Film, Women In Media, Women In Music, and the Recording Academy. She is also one of the organizing members of the union efforts. Website: https://linktr.ee/Ratdanceparty IG: @rat_dance_party --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
This is not our typical deep dive into the craft or biz of directing, but it just might help you be more successful in both!  How can knowing about your birth chart and all that goes with it help your film career? How can you take a little more control in circumstances that you usually have little control? Open your mind and you might get something really cool from this episode. Author and Coach Bonnie Gillespie tells us about her new company Chart Harmony and how it's been helping creatives like you thrive in Hollywood. We'll also dig into my chart a bit so I'm keeping on my promises about getting more personal in the podcast. Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. Bonnie Gillespie is living her dreams by helping others figure out how to live theirs. As a weekly columnist, she began demystifying the casting process for actors in 1999. Her most popular book is Self-Management for Actors, the curriculum upon which much of her teaching is based. As a producer and Emmy-honored casting director, Bonnie specializes in indie darlings. Whether casting, coaching, or exploring the woo as The Astrologer's Daughter, she is passionate about leaving this world better than she found it. Bonnie lives by the beach on unceded ancestral Tongva land with her partner, Keith Johnson, the luckiest man in the world. Check out everything Bonnie has to offer to help you succeed in this biz by visiting: bonniegillespie.com Their flagship program that will help you have a kick ass next year: Get in Gear for the Next Tier will kick off early next year. To learn more about and/or get your chart done check out: chartharmony.com IG: @Bonnie.Gillespie / @ChartHarmony #CreatingTheHollywoodWeWant --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Is it your dream to direct on an LED stage (like The Mandalorian)?  How do you choose between LED wall and green screen?  How do you know what to prep before you go to set?  How do you decide the shots you can lose to save money on VFX later?  What about using the tech for your driving scenes so you don’t have to take it to the streets?  Can all of this help you shoot your low budget sci-fi or make it harder?  Let’s talk VFX tech and what you need to know before you get to set. Filmmaker Marco Ragozzino shares his experience working in VFX and how you can make your film happen, even if you don’t have a big budget. More importantly, he’ll share what you need to know to be hired to direct these  VFX shows. Those questions and more will be answered on this episode of The Working Director. Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. Marco  Ragozzino Bitten by the filmmaking bug at an early age, Marco  Ragozzino grew up making all kinds of weird and imaginative short films using whatever tools were available at the time - VHS cameras, scale  models, and classmates willing to lend a hand. From there, Marco went on to study film & animation at the School of Visual Arts in New York  City, eventually relocating to Los Angeles upon graduation. His  interest in creating wild and whimsical worlds, in addition to needing a  regular paycheck, led him down the path of Visual Effects production.  He has produced visual effects for sequences in films and TV shows such  as Ready Player One, Men in Black: International, IT: Chapter 2, the  Mandalorian and the upcoming "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" (Warner /  DC) and Slumberland (Netflix). His filmmaking heroes include DIY  mavericks such as Roger Corman, Lloyd Kaufman, and George Lucas. Links: Website: marcovisionstudios.com IG: @marcovisionstudios --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do you make a compelling series without any moving images? How do you direct name talent like Helen Hunt and Alan Cumming? How do you direct a series like this at all? How do you use marketing to become number 1 in fiction podcasts? Those questions and more will be answered on this episode of The Working Director. Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. Jenny Curtis is a podcast director, producer, host & creator with CurtCo Media. She directed, produced and acted in the hit audio drama SOLAR, which hit #1 in science fiction on the apple charts and amassed over 1 million downloads within three months of release. As host of Hollywood Unscripted, she interviewed such filmmakers and talent as Lee Daniels, Alfred Molina, Julie Taymor, D’Arcy Carden, Chris Columbus, and more. A Moment of Your Time, created by Jenny, provided a platform for contributors around the globe to share daily pieces of creative expression in a celebration of individualism, artistry, and hope. She is a company member/Media director with the immersive theater company, The Speakeasy Society. With the company has performed in “The Johnny Cycle”, “The Johnny Cycle: The Living”, “Wild Party”, “Ebenezer: An Immersive Internet Spectacular 2021”. Trained with a BFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Jenny is a SAG/AFTRA actress who has appeared in TV and film such as: Modern Family, Any Bullet Will Do opposite Bruce Davison, and Postpartum opposite Danielle Harris (taking home “Best Actress” from The International Horror Hotel Festival). Additionally, Jenny has worked behind the scenes in film, digital, music videos, commercials, animation, theater, and casting. Website: Solarthepodcast.com/listen Solar Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @solarthepodcast Jenny Twitter/Instagram: @thejennycurtis --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do you ditch the horrible feeling of waiting for the phone to ring to be told you've been hired? The best way is to go get your own clients, create your own work, and start getting paid now. Director/Actor Stacy Singh shares how she's been getting clients for herself since she's been Los Angeles. To join our next live conversation and get all your questions answered, join our free private FB group by visiting TheWorkingDirector.Pro. You can also apply to join our accelerator that helps directors go from where they currently are to where they want to be. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
How do you get repped as a director? What kind of credits are agents looking for? How do you best reach out and keep in touch? How do you know an agent is right for you? How do you know if you are even ready for an agent? Those questions and more will be answered in this live Q&A discussion with director Jenn Page and Agent & Owner of Alexander Creatives Sara Alexander. Sara Alexander is the owner of Alexander Creatives, representing artists for film, television, commercials, branded entertainment and new media. Alexander Creatives represents Directors, Producers, and Writers, as well as DPs, Production Designers, Costume Designers, Editors and 1st ADs. To join our next live conversation and get all your questions answered, join our free private FB group by visiting TheWorkingDirector.Pro. You can also apply to join our accelerator that helps directors go from where they currently are to where they want to be. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
The Working Director Podcast is back! Every episode will be dedicated to helping you grow your craft, break through mindset blocks, or give tips to get paid to be a working director faster.  Hosted by director Jenn Page. For more help with your directing career apply to be in our accelerator that takes you from where you currently are to where you want to be or join our free facebook community by visiting TheWorkingDirector.Pro. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Is self-proclaimed alien "experiencer", Carl Merryweather, on the path to filming his own alien abduction? Or is he just another crackpot looking for fame and fortune? Carl himself may not be completely sure, but he is on a mission to find the answer. And that mission ends at the very spot in the desert where it all began almost 30 years ago...a chance meeting with an alien he calls the "Skyman”. Shot docu style to make the film feel more immediate, unpredictable and above all, intimate. Learn how the creative team pulled off the film and how the director most known for “The Blair Witch” project is pushing to create new, authentic content. Film Team: Daniel Myrick (Director/Writer) Nicolette Sweeney (“Gina”) Michael Selle (“Carl”) Hosted by Jenn Page Thank you to our sponsors Blackmagic Design and Sigma! To learn more about upcoming events and to JOIN the Blackmagic Collective visit BlackmagicCollective.com. To Subscribe to Intuitive Filmmaker on Apple Podcasts: http://tinyurl.com/intuitivefilmmakerapplepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Intuitive Filmmaker Podcast and Blackmagic Collective Present Film Team Talks: Last Call "Last Call" follows a suicidal alcoholic on the anniversary of his son’s death. When he attempts to call a crisis hotline, a misdial connects him with a single mother working as the night janitor at a local community college. The split screen feature showcases both characters in real-time as they navigate a life-changing conversation. The film was shot with two camera crews in different parts of the city at the same time. The actors were acting over the phone with one another in order to create the film in a true single take. The film's score was recorded live in a single take also to preserve the vision of an authentic single take experience. Come learn what it took to pull off such a feat! Film Team: Gavin Michael Booth, Writer / Director Daved Wilkins, Writer / Lead Sarah Booth, Lead Seth Wessel-Estes , Cinematographer Hosted by Jenn Page Thank you to our sponsors Blackmagic Design and Sigma! To learn more about upcoming events and to JOIN the Blackmagic Collective visit BlackmagicCollective.com. To Subscribe to Intuitive Filmmaker on Apple Podcasts: http://tinyurl.com/intuitivefilmmakerapplepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Intuitive Filmmaker Podcast & Blackmagic Collective Present: "The Cypher" With his reputation and a potential record deal on the line, Khalil confronts his opponent Yung Reap and defends his secret during a freestyle competition. Film Team: Letia Solomon - Director Wes Awkuobi - Writer Ben Cory Jones – Executive Producer Anne Brashier - Producer C. Craig - Producer Letia Solomon and her team for The Cypher were selected to premiere in the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival April 15-26, 2020. When the festival was postponed due to the global pandemic, their dreams were stalled, but that didn’t stop them. Tribeca turned to an exclusive online format and her team sought a public relations firm to get more eyes on the film. In true independent film spirit, they turned the exclusive platform around and was able to gain some success during such an uncertain time. Since then, The Cypher has been featured in CAA Moebius's Short Showcase and selected in the American Black Film Festival's HBO Competition in August 2020. Follow The Cypher Film @TheCypherFilm as they continue on this amazing journey. thecypherfilm.com Please subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts to help us continue to bring you insight from people doing great things in the film industry. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
2nd of 5 live podcasts with indie film talks. Today's film is "Delicate State." Shot over the course of their actual pregnancy with cast doubling as 2-man crew, Paula and Charlie document their impending parenthood during a time of extreme political division. Their heads remain in the sand about the greater world around them until it upends their privileged life. Now they face a situation Instagram never prepared them for, but that women all over the world face daily - bringing life into a country torn apart by war. Intuitive Discussion: Independence   Thank you to Blackmagic Collective for hosting our live talks. BlackmagicCollective.com to join free and be in the know about all the free events, classes, and programs they offer.   Please subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts to keep us bringing new episodes to you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
Our first in a series of 5 live podcasts with indie film talks. First up is "Playing with Beethoven."  The day before a life-changing competition, a young concert pianist is lured away from the security of his practice space under the spell of a free-spirited young woman and learns that life, like his music, is all about taking risks.   All the music was played by the actors and recorded LIVE on set.  The film was made on a very small budget with a tiny crew and a large cast. Learn what it took to get the film made in this episode of Film Team Talks. Intuitive Discussion: Independence Thank you to Blackmagic Collective for hosting our live talks. BlackmagicCollective.com to join free and be in the know about all the free events, classes, and programs they offer. Please subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts to keep us bringing new episodes to you! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
SENTA MOSES MIKAN is known best from her role on "My So-Called Life," but you have seen her face all over from TV to commercials to film. Host Jenn Page and Senta dive into the director/actor relationship, how far you can go for research on a character, and what it takes to be calm in the chaos even if you are the type to never sit still. More about Intuitive Filmmaker Podcast: To be eligible to win a Blackmagic Design Pocket Cam 6k be one of the first 100 people to rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. If you want to submit a question or comment to the show please send and email or short video to intuitivefilmmakerpodcast@gmail.com. Or you can leave a voicemail at http://anchor.fm/intuitivefilmmaker. Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts to help us keep bringing more shows to you. Find us on all of your favorite podcast apps by clicking  http://anchor.fm/intuitivefilmmaker Hosted by: Jenn Page, Filmmaker Easy Link to all apps we are on: http://anchor.fm/intuitivefilmmaker Easy Link to Apple Podcasts: http://tinyurl.com/intuitivefilmmakerapplepodcast More on Senta: SENTA MOSES MIKAN has been in show business since she was six months old. She kicked off her career in Chicago with a diaper commercial showcasing her naked bottom. At seven, she landed the role of “Molly” in the National Touring Company of Annie. While in high school, Senta co-starred in the blockbuster films, Home Alone and Home Alone 2, as “Tracy McCallister”. Senta has guest starred on numerous shows including Faking It, Jane The Virgin, NCIS, Greek, Castle, The Mentalist, Rizzoli & Isles, and Everybody Loves Raymond. She’s incredibly proud of her work on the Emmy Award winning Beakman’s World, as “Phoebe” the lab assistant, which is currently in syndication all over the world. Senta has appeared in the feature films Ten Years Later, Can’t Hardly Wait, D.C. Cab, and Boiler Maker, just to name a few. Despite her continuous work, most of Senta’s fans know her best from My So-Called Life, in which she played “Delia Fisher”. And this Spring, Senta can be seen in Hulu’s limited series, Little Fires Everywhere. You can check her out on twitter @sentamosesmikan. Or google her, to see what else she’s worked on…And that sounded kind of dirty. Twitter: @SentaMosesMikan. https://demoreel.com/senta-moses-mikan --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
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