Hunter Weeks joined filmmakers Sebastian Diaz and Rodrigo Reyes for the April 1st edition of POV #docchat. This week’s discussion is Balancing Your Day Job And Your Documentary. The conversation was pretty full but the basics have been pulled together in Storify. You can navigate deeper into the Twitterverse once you get in there. POV #DOCCHAT
This week’s Cinema File Podcast is an interview with director Hunter Weeks, discussing crowd funding, digital distribution, and how making a movie about the world’s oldest people changed him. Listen here.
The Old Man Bitter Girl Podcast. Episode 160: February 17, 2014
IN THIS EPISODE :: We sit down with Filmaker Hunter Weeks to talk about the film WALTER coming to the Victoria Texas Independent Film Festival. Listen here.
An encounter with the world’s oldest man, Walter Breuning, prompts filmmaker, Hunter Weeks to travel around the world interviewing supercentenarians for life advice. His movie, “Walter” debuts opening night at the Victoria Film Fest on April 3. Full Story
The Yellowstone River is the longest undammed river in the lower 48 states, and travelling on the river is a beautiful experience. Hunter Weeks captured that beauty in his film Where the Yellowstone Goes, which shows at Brewvies on April 4 at 7:30 p.m.
The director will be there to answer any of your questions, and if you ask he’ll probably even give you an autograph. But first, he answered some of ours. Check out our Q&A with Weeks below. Full Story
Audio Case Study: Hunter Weeks & 10 MPH
Hunter fills us in on what he did to get the word about his film, the hurdles he faced and overcame, how he went about learning the process of how distribution really works and how he made and continues to make his self-distribution efforts a big success. Hunter even tells us how our very own Self-Distribution Starter Kit inspired him in the process. Full Story