By Darren Smith, William Dass
Hey everyone! Our good buddy and fellow dork William Dass (@WBDass) came up with a pretty swell idea: an ongoing series where we reach out to indie filmmakers and chat with them about their experiences in filmmaking. We think there are a lot of interesting stories to be told about the blood, sweat and tears that go into these labors of love for indie filmmakers. And such is the case with our first guest: Christian Stella, DP for the great indie horror film The Battery. Christian stops by to talk about the highs and lows of taking $6000 and crafting a memorable entry into the horror genre. He also discusses the difficulties as well as the hopes of getting a $300,000 film made. Take a listen, we think you'll enjoy this informative and entertaining chat!