Greg Hunt
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Greg Hunt Sits Down with Monster Children

Greg Hunt has been a busy man lately. After spending two years filming one of the most epic films to drop last year (‘Alright, OK‘), he’s giving filmers around the globe some insight on how they can break through the noise and help make a name for themselves.

In his latest interview with Monster Children, Hunt shares what advice he’d give to those looking to break into filming. Now, is this the end all be all? NO. Get your ass out there and read a lot of different things from a lot of people.

But, Hunt has been in the game, and the skate game in-particular for a long time. And if anyone knows a thing or two about the industry overall, it’s him.

You can read the full interview here, and we’ve got an excerpt below.

Do you have any advice for people that want to get into filmmaking?

Start making films of any kind. That’s the only way to do it. I think film school is great. It’s a great way to dive into it. Start making films right away, and you’ll learn a lot pretty intensively. And I think most importantly, from film school, from what I can tell is people build these communities that last long beyond film school. People that end up kind of bringing each other in. When one of them maybe gets really successful, they kind of bring everyone up with them. That’s really common. Because it’s hard. Some people get a break. Some people don’t. It has nothing to do with their talent, so I think film school can be really helpful because you do build a really strong filmmaking community that supports each other.