Episode 70: Indie Web Series Talk with Kenan Floyd

We’ve got an insightful interview for you with a young Atlanta based amateur filmmaker named Kenan Floyd. He’s an ambitious movie fan who’s been creating small personal projects since childhood.

More recently he’s taken the leap into multi-crew feature production and has premiered a new and ongoing superhero inspired web series called Supez: Boom of Youth.  The trailer is embedded below the break.

He took the time out to talk to us last month, shortly before his web series went live and we discussed his experiences on this new project, as well as his other more personal work.  There’s some good lesson learning to be gleaned from the overall talk so, tune in below and enjoy. It’s always great to see new blood getting in the game and we’ll be keeping an eye out for Kenan’s future work.

Check out his web series (and behind the scenes making-of videos) at www.supezuniverse.com

Here’s our interview (for information about equipment used on this project scroll down for our show notes):

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Show Notes:

  • Hardware Used
  • Panasonic HDC-TM900 camera
  • Glidecam HD1000 steadicam
  • Indouro AT214 Tripod with Bogen/Monfrotto tripod heads
  • Zoom H4N audio recorder
  • Azden SGM-1000 Super-Cardioid Shotgun Microphone
  • AT875 Short Condenser microphone with windmuff for ambient sounds
  • Software Used
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Soundbooth
  • Sony Vegas Pro
  • Blender CGI
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