Welcome to the IndieHouse podcast.
Join us each episode as we get to know the SF filmmaker community, one filmmaker at a time.
Jim Granato is an award-winning filmmaker who directed the documentary, D Tour.
Peter L. Stein’s artistic career as a producer and presenter spans film, theater, television, museums, and online media. During 11 years at PBS station KQED, he wrote, directed and produced a wide range of documentaries and series…
Frazer Bradshaw is an award winning filmmaker who has been writing, directing and editing films for over two decades.
Rachel Caplan, Founder & Director of the SF Green Film Festival, announces their new annual award and the films in contention.
Danny Plotnick is an independent filmmaker whose work has screened at The Museum of Modern Art in NYC, on The Independent Film Channel, MTV, and at underground film fests around the world.
What’s on Your Plate? A series of films that are shaping the story of food justice and sustainability. Rachel Caplan, Founder & Director of the SF Green Film Festival, discusses the spotlight theme for the festival this year.
Rishi Bhilawadikar is the creator of “For Here or To Go?”, his 1st feature film that premiered in theaters in 2017.
Rachel Caplan, Founder & Director of the San Francisco Green Film Festival, announces line-up is out and tickets are available for 2017’s epic festival full of the most compelling green films, filmmakers, and ideas.
Director Jennifer M. Kroot, is a seasoned documentary filmmaker. Her feature length documentary, To Be Takei, a portrait of actor/activist George Takei (Star Trek), premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was released theatrically by Starz Digital in August 2014 to critical acclaim…
This is the initial video in a series of interviews we will be doing to feature and highlight independent filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world. This video presentation is a little unfinished in our rush to support the past fundraising campaign for Richard’s first feature film.