I caught an episode of MTV’s “World of Jenks” with poker pro Nick Schulman. Hear Nick talk openly and honestly about how anxiety and panic attacks in your life was interesting. What really stood out for me was how to explain the fear in his mind never to play poker for money. Most people that are playing at this level in order to gain a sense of stress. Nick said, when he plays poker a mental escape from the disadvantage of facing fear. I totally got it. In the camera, and was told he had
For me can be as independent films to be stressful. You are responsible for investors silver film, friends and family, money and their own money, depending on how the film was financed. As many as a “star” will be making a film is, the financial realities gains an absolute constant. The independent producer can not bury your head in the sand to escape this fact.
The best way to describe independent cinema in person its purest form, is that no government bailout, an A-list actor million project passion for fun, or a millionaire magnate SEO Internet do to save film. Safety nets no extra money for independent filmmakers. They never came.
The starting point to increase your bankroll to finance his film is that you have to do with magic. Therefore, an independent filmmaker to do with his back against the wall some of the most innovative shows. Do not have money to throw around a problem, you must drag the script to create the most compelling characters, write dialogues clearer and shine as a storyteller. The real magic of indie cinema, its own plastic spoon silver cheap with limited resources.
This is the story of Nick Schulman really connected with me. Units described money he plays. Part of the episode was a game of chance, rock-paper-scissors for money. Poker had no rivals stressing on the poker table or reading to follow the action. But he described how he was worried stress could follow the poker table later in his career.
For me, poker is an independent film independent household. Personally, film production made my anxiety and panic attacks at the point of my creative life. Yes, I must admit, without shame.
I’ve never had an anxiety attack or panic when writing a script or a director on the board. When I write a script is almost as exciting as what most people think. Whenever you feel the first time with each new story. The direction is the same. Working with the cast and crew together is a memorable experience. In the film triggers my stress level always relax with a script and direction. This is indie filmmaker Sid Kali entry FADE OUT: