Thanks to everyone who read my Weird Al post. It was a quick observation I made last week when talking with Megan about his new strategy and next thing I know, it’s my most read blog EVER. If you’re enjoying the blog, feel free to shoot out some shares on facebook or twitter. Comments, feedbacks, high-fives and shares are always welcome.
Continuing with the interviews and this week we’re turning to seasoned member of the Director’s Team. Mike Doto is a gentleman who’s worn many creative hats in the entertainment business, climbing the ranks from a Stage PA to Assistant Director but he didn’t stop there. He’s also directed two critically acclaimed shorts and is currently the Digital Media Producer for TVLand’s “Hot In Cleveland” starring a true cast of legends in Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and the iconic Betty White.
In this episode Mike offers some great practical insight that could serve as a guide to newcomers to the business or great reminders to vets. We also discuss how directors are finding new creative opportunities thanks to the new frontier of digital media on the internet:
For more on Hot In Cleveland’s digital media, check it out here:
You can check out Mike’s Films here (and I highly recommend that you do so as soon as possible, great stuff)
Peace starring Kurtwood Smith and Nancy Lenehan:
The Legacy which won Best Comics Oriented Film from San Diego Comic-Con:
And you can find Mike on the internet at:
Thanks again for reading and listening!