Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Asking Question About Film Financing

 Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting  director  and producer Steven Rumbelow of Renegade Motion Pictures Corp.  at 1 pm eastern on  June 14 as we talk about film financing.  This is part two of the discussion.  We will be talking about how to find financing for the first half and answering questions during the second..

Rumbelow has directed over 200 productions in all media (9 feature films, about 70 major stage productions, 64 episodic TV productions, scores of music videos, about 20 commercials, TV Specials, opera and dance).  These productions have won over 100 awards between them including several Bessies for the commercials, three Outstanding Film of the Year awards at the London Film Festival and his production of Moby Dick (starring William L. Petersen and Ted Levine) was nominated for 11 Chicago Jefferson Awards of which it won four. His reputation has been built on cutting-edge and high-quality independent productions in all media that are conceptual and visually dynamic.

Renegade Motion Picture Corporation is dedicated to high-concept, low-budget production in all media. Renegade's impressive list of productions includes feature films, TV specials, music videos, commercials and live theatre. We do things differently that's how we get things produced. Renegade is at the forefront of technology in the film industry, and has established itself as a leader in digital production that works to achieve continuous self improvement whilst upholding honesty and integrity in creative standards.

The company is headed and founded by award winning, writer/director Steven Rumbelow.   Chairman of the company, from it's inception was Frank Capra Jr. who was responsible for the production of four of the 20 top grossing indies of all time. Sadly, Frank passed away in December of 2007.
Rumblelow’s website
Renegade Motion Picture Corp.
Beyond The Series

To learn more about film and television financing  please join us at on June 14  at 1 pm eastern.  The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

To listen to part one go to

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