Ep. 008 - Horror Film Director Mike O’Shea: “How I Paid Bills While Following My Dreams”
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You work like crazy. You finally get your big break. Your film goes to big festival, gets written up by entertainment writers all over the world and gets nominated for big awards.
So you’re automatically rich now, right? Not exactly.
In this episode of “Teach Me How to Money,” Mike O’Shea, director of the critically-acclaimed breakout horror movie “The Transfiguration,” talks all about being an artist without a trust fund, being successful-ish, and the real financial life of an artist–before, during and after “making it.”
Getting smart about your money doesn’t have to be a horror story.
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December 5, 2017
Lindsay Goldwert is Senior Editor at Stash.
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