In a special crossover episode, Pete Chatmon joined the “Just Shoot It” podcast with Matt Enlow and Oren Kaplan for a conversation about the technical aspects of directing TV shows like HBO’s “Silicon Valley”, ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”, and “Black-ish”. Pete also shares his approach to nurturing relationships without being a burden, and how that could turn into some pretty incredible opportunities

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SHOW NOTES:
(00:00:00- 00:04:00) —¬†Pete’s Intro
(00:04:00- 00:08:00) — “Let’s Just Shoot It” Intro
(00:08:00- 00:09:15) — Tackling racism in TV and film
(00:09:15- 00:11:00) — Looking back on the films of 1999
(00:11:00- 00:13:30) — Getting into the DGA and episodic directing
(00:13:30- 00:16:30) — Rising to the occasion
(00:16:30- 00:20:10) — From shadowing to booking
(00:20:10- 00:26:10) — Staying humble, doing the work, and focusing on your skills
(00:26:10- 00:32:15) — Building and nurturing real relationships
(00:32:15- 00:36:30) — When preparation meets opportunity
(00:36:30- 00:41:20) — 4 Ways of shooting a TV show
(00:41:20- 00:43:50) — Pete recalls his favorite shot
(00:43:50- 00:49:20) — The importance of communicating to your crew
(00:49:20- 00:57:00) — The importance of shotlisting
(00:57:00- 01:05:20) — How the BLM Movement and Covid-19 will change the industry
(01:05:20- 01:08:40) — About “Let’s Shoot! with Pete Chatmon”
(01:08:40- 01:13:00) — Unpaid endorsements
(01:13:00- 01:13:40) — “Let’s Just Shoot It” Closing
(01:13:40- 01:14:35) — “How To Succeed As A Creative Professional” Book Promo
(01:14:35- 01:16:44) — Pete’s Outro

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