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“LET'S SHOOT! with PETE CHATMON" is a podcast on directing for anybody that’s, quite simply, ever watched anything. Pete Chatmon converses with a wide range of fellow directors, writers, actors, showrunners, producers, executives, and more on a journey to determine just what makes a good director and why we’ll always need stories... *Visit Pete's production co. and get your merch! www.drctr.video *Watch On YouTube! https://bit.ly/37iekw1
 
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Writing "The Russian Specialist" for Dolph Lundgren was a great break, but it wasn’t until Bryan began writing novels and comics like "7 Days From Hell", "Batman and The Outsiders", and ‘Chariot’ that his career took off. Just this week came the announcement of his "Bitter Root" adaptation, to be directed by Regina King. On this episode, Bryan join…
 
Spencer Garrett may have “grown up in the green room” but he is still perfecting his craft with each new performance from "Star Trek" and "Insecure" to "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood". On this episode, Spencer joins Pete to discuss his most memorable turning points, the challenge of manufacturing moments when auditioning, why you should always be o…
 
On this special Craft Episode, Pete reviews a presentation he put together in 2011 that describes the five stages of production and their guiding principals. With commentary based on what he's learned over the past ten years, Pete discusses the demands on Directors, being honest and using motivation driven direction with talent, recommended reading…
 
Originally from Chicago, Carl Seaton learned lessons as an indie filmmaker that have become his biggest superpower as a television Director ("Snowfall", "Batwoman", "The Chi", and more.) On this episode, Carl and Pete get together to discuss their most memorable Murphy’s Law moments, the keys to shadowing a Director on set, the importance of reinve…
 
In an industry built upon long hours and cramped quarters, one of the most important things you can do to prepare for your career is to become the ultimate “dinner guest.” On this episode, Mike joins Pete to talk about how he got his first credit as a cinematographer (in the days before "Mythic Quest" and "You're The Worst",) the logistics that go …
 
Directing may seem like a simple task at first glance, but understanding the behind the scenes work that goes into mastering a creative position is a major step when it comes to success in the craft. In this special Business Episode, Pete Chatmon discusses what Directors make, the expenses Directors incur in order to present themselves professional…
 
After putting together fun family performances at a young age, it didn’t take long for Nzingha Stewart to realize that she could turn her favorite pastime into a full-time career. On this episode, Nzingha sits down with Pete to discuss how she got her start as a music video director for artists including Jay-Z, the importance of not only branding y…
 
After spending three seasons in the NFL as a wide receiver, Matthew was able to identify the skills learned, and apply them throughout his journey into the entertainment industry. In this episode, Matthew A. Cherry joins Pete to discuss the time he used his lunch breaks to write over 120 music video treatments, being mentored by three of the bigges…
 
On this special episode of the podcast, Pete passes the microphone to journalist Soledad O'Brien to lead a discussion about his latest directorial effort, "Wednesday Morning", a 2020 Election Podcast Event. Join the creators and the stars as Soledad gets into the story behind the story [recorded as part of a private zoom premiere prior to the relea…
 
*** SPECIAL CRAFT EPISODE! *** After losing a local upstate election, Jeannine Hamilton pays a surprise visit to her father, Wesley's, palatial estate. She unexpectedly finds herself at a celebratory brunch surrounded by his duplicitous comrades as they engage in a dangerous game of political horsetrading, leaving Jeannine to make a life or death d…
 
From attending New York University, to winning the Sundance Jury Award for her short film "Lucia, Before And After", becoming a Director was always the objective for Anu Valia. In this episode, Anu joins Pete to discuss how she meshed her love for comedy with drama, why it's important to learn and adjust quickly while on set, the art of blocking an…
 
From working as a researcher for Shonda Rhimes to writing the "Scandal" and "How To Get Away With Murder" crossover episode, Raamla has found success at all levels of writing in Hollywood. On this episode, Raamla joins Pete to talk about the hierarchy in a writer's room, the importance of finding your strength and being dedicated to the hustle, how…
 
After cutting films like "School Daze", "Do The Right Thing" and even Madonna's "Truth or Dare" documentary, it wasn't until "Malcolm X" that Barry finally considered himself a film editor. In this episode, Barry sits down with Pete to talk about his editing process, how his new film "Son Of The South" tackles the importance of being part of the so…
 
She's directed hundreds of music videos and episodes of television, including "P-Valley", "30 Rock", "Insecure", and "The Flash", but before things took off she was a passionate, hard worker trying to find her path in a male-dominated industry. Pete and Millicent talk about the importance of trusting your gut as a director, transitioning to a digit…
 
After bursting onto the scene with multiple short films in Canada, Molly directed the feature film "Mary Goes Round" before transitioning into television and landing a role as Producing Director on ABC's "Bless This Mess". Pete and Molly discuss the delicate process of delivering notes from video village, the do's and dont's when reaching out for a…
 
Today, he's directed countless episodes of television including "Homeland", "Entourage", "Raising Dion", and "#FreeRayshawn", but there was a moment in time when Seith didn't know what he wanted to do. In this week's episode, Seith sits down with Pete to discuss attending an historically black college, navigating network television to premium cable…
 
Actress Aya Cash (like many) got her start on "Law & Order" which led her to roles in shows like FX's, "You're The Worst" and Amazon's, "The Boys" (season two coming Friday). Pete and Aya sit down to discuss the battle between control and vulnerability, why she prefers TV roles over film, her experiences behind the curtain as it relates to the BLM …
 
Cinematographer Paula Huidobro has made your favorite films and tv shows look awesome, including “Grownish", "Insecure", "Little America", and "Barry". Pete and Paula discuss the importance of being driven by story and character, emotionally connecting to material, shot listing, and more... SHOW NOTES: (00:00:00- 00:04:40) -- Pete's Intro (00:04:40…
 
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…
 
You've asked for it and we have answered! In our first ever fully focused Craft Episode, we've dedicated the entire podcast to a conversation around directing television. Pete is joined by fellow directors Erica Watson and Tahir Jetter for a lively discussion centered around Pete's personal principles for success in episodic television... SHOW NOTE…
 
You may know Keith as an actor from NBC's "30 Rock," but as Creative Professionals are prone to do, he wears many hats and is best described as a Storyteller. Pete and Keith discuss the journey from Wendy's and Starburst commercials to television, graduating from "Lynn Redgrave University," how growing up with 4 Black women made him a well-rounded …
 
Actor, Writer, Producer, and Director Romany Malco joins Pete for Episode 08 of the podcast. As Romany shares his non-linear journey from rapper to jingle writer to actor, the two discuss the benefits of "wearing multiple hats", accepting your own identity, the making of "Tijuana Jackson: Purpose Over Prison," and more... SHOW NOTES: (00:00:00- 00:…
 
Netflix's "Atypical" may be in the season four writer's room, but Robia Rashid, creator, and Mary Rohlich, executive producer put the plot aside for a few to chat with Pete. They navigated a three-person Zoom call to discuss why Mary is the first person Robia sends scripts, the beauty of working with people you love, the value of empowering your as…
 
Writer/Creator, Producer, Director, and Actor Rob McElhenney joins Pete for Episode 06 of the pod. With “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” entering its record breaking 15th Season on FXX and “Mythic Quest” preparing for season two on Apple TV+, they sat down to discuss how writing can be terrifying, the importance of creating your own opportunitie…
 
Emmy and DGA award-winning director Michael Spiller shares nothing but the truth on Episode 05 of the pod. From his start as a cinematographer on Hal Hartley's "The Unbelievable Truth", to directing more than 175 episodes of television ("Scrubs", "Modern Family", "Sex and The City", "The Mindy Project"), including many as producing-director, Pete a…
 
We're keeping it in the family on Episode 04 of the pod! Simone Missick currently stars as Lola Carmichael on CBS's "All Rise", making her the first Black woman to be a dramatic lead on the network. Before the industry shutdown, Pete was preparing to direct the season finale of her show, so we invite you to join them as they catch up and discuss wh…
 
Dorian Missick is one of those actors that directors and cast members alike look forward to seeing on the call sheet. Most recently, he delivered a brilliant performance as Jamal on ABC's "For Life", but before that you may have seen Dorian in "SouthLAnd", "Brian Banks", "Jinn", "Two Weeks Notice" -- or for the real fans -- as "Cool" in Pete Chatmo…
 
Season 4 of "Insecure" may have just come to an end, but you can still hear from one of the most exciting voices on the scene on Episode 02 of the pod! Amongst many topics in a wide ranging conversation, Pete chats with Issa about making the impossible leap from webseries to premium cable, mistakes directors can avoid (at least on her show), and wh…
 
Welcome to the premiere episode of Let's Shoot! with Pete Chatmon. Pete sits down to chat with his NYU buddy Theo Travers, a writer on season 6 of Showtime's "Billions" where he also serves as an executive producer. They chop it up about the state of things in America...in Hollywood...and discuss how storytelling, or the lack of it, affects percept…
 
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