Eps 14 – Writer Director Lou Simon – HazMat – Agoraphobia
In many cases, working on an independent film requires its creators to wear many hats. It is often a necessity of time, money and creative control to tackle as many roles as possible to get these projects completed reliably, quickly and on time. As the creative force behind White Lotus Productions, Lou Simon finds herself steering the ship as writer, director, producer, editor, anything and everything that she is called upon to do. The results are phenomenal as proven by her recent promising new entry into slasher films, HazMat.
Welcome to another episode of The Future of Horror, an interview podcast featuring new, upcoming talent in horror, The show is a sibling podcast to Horror News Radio, the official HorrorNews.Net podcast. With each episode, the show’s host, Doc Rotten, spotlights a director, an actor, a screenwriter, an effects artists, a film maker conquering hurdles and barriers to get their films made, to follow their passion, to make horror films.
Writer Director Producer Lou Simon joins Doc to discuss her film HazMat available now on VOD outlets such as iTunes, GooglePlay, Vudu and more. She shares how her background outside of film provides her with a unique approach to filming and marketing her projects. She reveals what it takes to create a film that will both satisfy her creative objective and produce a product that will appeal to audiences, investors and distributors: it is show business, after all. She also provides an exclusive peak into her upcoming film Agoraphobia.
You can find out more about Lou Simon and her films, HazMat and Agoraphobia, at these links:
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