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CU Podcast #32: The Columbus Film Community

Walker Evans Walker Evans
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In this week’s podcast we sit down with filmmaker Peter John Ross to discuss the changing landscape of the local film community. “Ross” tells us a bit about how he first got involved in film production, describes some of the existing resources and support groups for aspiring filmmakers, and also provides a preview of what we can expect to see at this year’s Cowtown Film Series event coming up on December 3rd & 6th.

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5 Responses to CU Podcast #32: The Columbus Film Community

  1. thorne
    thorne November 19, 2009 12:24 pm at 12:24 pm

    I love the idea of this but hate the name. Why does it have to be “Cowtown”. I guess I just figured artists would be the strongest voices against this stereotype.

  2. Walker Evans
    Walker November 19, 2009 1:00 pm at 1:00 pm

    I can’t say I’m a huge fan of events named “cow” anything either… but aside from the personal issue with the name, the event sounds like a lot of fun. I’m considering going. ;)

  3. thorne
    thorne November 19, 2009 1:55 pm at 1:55 pm

    I totally agree, Walker. Definitely checking this out. I have made a lot of videos, but nothing I would call a film. I want to learn more about narrative filmmaking and this seems like an event to meet some people who know what’s up.

  4. sonnyboo
    sonnyboo November 19, 2009 2:46 pm at 2:46 pm

    In actuality, the name is a pun of sorts. We’re considered in the “fly over zone” and not taken seriously by the industry, even though technologically we’re just as advanced as any company in NYC or LA.

    COWTOWN FILM SERIES spot from Peter John Ross on Vimeo.

  5. Walker Evans
    Walker November 19, 2009 8:47 pm at 8:47 pm

    Yeah, the trailer looks like a pretty good indication of high quality work. I’d love to see these types of locally made films more widely supported and widely shown. :D

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