Christopher Leone: The Creative Process of Filmmaking

by May 19, 2020Podcasts

In this episode of Melbourne WebFest: From The Archives, we listen to Los Angeles-based filmmaker Christopher Leone’s talk on what on the creative process of filmmaking is all about. Through his wit and personal expertise, the 2017 explorative keynote address shares why filmmakers, through the good and the bad times, do what they do and should continue to do so.

Christopher Leone has a background in visual effects animation. He wrote and directed the digital film Parallels, which he then developed as a series for Fox Network as The Building, serving as executive producer alongside Neil Gaiman and Albert Kim. Christopher co-created, co-wrote, and co-executive produced the critically acclaimed Sci-Fi mini-series The Lost Room for which he was nominated for a Writers Guild Award.

*This is a live recording from the opening night of Melbourne WebFest 2017.

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