Today we bring you another installment of the Film Courage series with Stage 32 Founder & CEO, Richard Botto. In this video, When Should Someone Be Fired Off A Movie Production, RB goes over why being professional and putting your best foot forward is key to being part of a team on a film, TV or theater project. When someone is a disruptive force on a project and throws the balance off, he offers 2 key pieces of advice on how to deal with the situation in this 6-minute clip.
The entire wide-ranging interview covered a plethora of subjects including filmmaking, acting, screenwriting, distribution, indie film, the state or the industry, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, social media, and networking in person, online and outside of LA to name a few.
Film Courage continues to release the interview in segments and we're happy to announce that we'll be bringing these videos to the community right here on the Stage 32 Blog. If you've missed the other Film Courage video posts so far, don't worry! You can access them here:
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