Spotlight on Jase180

I was able to catch up with the incredibly busy and talented Jase180. He shed some insight into his movies and industry experience.

If you haven't had the opportunity to watch his films, I strongly recommend that you do so. He crafts his movies with professionalism, creativity, and the patience to find that perfect shot.

Which of your movies best depicts your style?

All of them, But Sola Fide is my best work.

What are your proudest achievements in this field?

Making films like this is an endeavor all in itself; just going from script to finished product is a labor of love. I'm proud that, with what little I have done, others have benefited from my silly little ideas and thoughts about how do many things from sound design to the writing process.

Do you have any projects on the horizon?

LOL. A few I hear.

What is Industry 101? How did you get involved with this endeavor? How do you know so freakin' much?

Industry 101 is our radio show, broadcast online (the cohost is AnotherNewDawn). The focus is directed at those that want to make better films, write better scripts and even pursue a life in the entertainment industry. (the show airs live on Sundays from 12pm-1pm CST)

Ken, who runs TMOA (The Movies On Air) suggested it based on a thread we had going on the forums.

How do I know so much? I spent 15+ years busting my ass making it in the industry. I went from Production Assistant to Editor to Head of Post Production to Producer in 15 years, not too bad I'd say.

What advice would you give someone starting out with machinima?

Don't hold back - write every idea down and try it out. With Machinima there are no limits to what you can create. It just takes a will, a desire and a creative thought.


Killian said...

Nice to see a brief "snipette" with Jase; start of a new regular feature perhaps, Dulce? Be interesting to see some "candid interviews" with some of the stalwarts of the community who could hopefully offer some insights into their latest project, their background or their moviemaking in general.

TMUnderground said...

It is indeed a new feature Killian, and don't try to hide - you're on my list of people to interview!

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