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Why do Jimi and Brian get you learning on-the-job? Because there is no better way to take your skills to the professional level!! Read below about a film production company owner who got a crash course in pro-level film production by learning on the set of a feature film!
Joe says working on the set also helped him clarify his own interests as a filmmaker, and where he wants to put his focus, which is primarily on the production/directing side. “I got an idea of the things I wouldn’t want to do, and the things I would want to do,” he says. “Anything script related I kind of want to stay away from. But I definitely want to be in the camera department or eventually work my way up to director or assistant director, swing for positions in that category… Not that I’m a bad writer, but I would just rather stick to the production side.” Now back in Philadelphia, Joe says he is staying busy finishing up his Film Connection apprenticeship while continuing to work on his own film business. With about seven different projects of his own currently in the works, he can already see how working with Nick Esposito and Backseat have helped to up his game. “Working with Backseat, I was able to take some of the ways they run things and incorporate it into my own business. Definitely helped me a lot so far.” Perhaps just as important to Joe’s career are the relationships made along the way, as his apprenticeship has given him a stronger connection with the film community in general. He even hints at an ongoing relationship with his mentor after graduation. “Nick said there is going to be more in the future, that he plans to get me in the camera department, which will be nice,” he says.