TV & Film
Achieving Blockbuster Results On a Micro-Budget With Feature Film Director Keon Hedayati
In this episode I am joined by director Keon Hedayati, who is here to talk all about his debut feature film Karma Bums, which is now entering distribution.
Despite a limited budget (under $100K), Keon was able to successfully craft a final product with the look, feel and polish of a high end studio feature. Throughout the discussion, Keon shares insight into how he achieved these kind of results by building the right team, taking them on cross-country road trip, and capturing lightning in a bottle. He also shares wild stories from set - from breaking bones during a fight scene to being shot at for filming - and how he overcame challenges at each step.
Links from the show:
Keon Hedayati - Instagram
Keon Hedayati - Twitter
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