Cyrus Wymer – How to handle inconsistencies in the Film Industry

On to this episode! I a have a fun conversation with a dear peer of mine, Cyrus, who is in the film industry like me. Specifically in the sound department. He is an extremely talented man who can build practically anything. He crafted a specialized sound cart out of random metals he came across and it impressed the hell out of me. We get into his experience starting from scratch in the industry, we talk about the onerous yet fortifying paths he has navigated through and we also have some tangents. And here we go, please enjoy this episode with Cyrus Wymer.

[3:00] Interview begins: Inconsistency and disagreements 

[13:00] Getting into the film industry

[25:00] Creative Inceptions

[31:30] Skateboarding Mindset Great skateboard film The End (Tony Hawk) [39:30] Doing your best

[44:00] Getting by in between the passions and more resources

[46:20] I am a failure? [55:30] The union

[1:08:30] Separate rankings and job duties

[1:24:00] Favorite parts of the film industry [1:33:15] Inspiration (Lords of Dogtown Lords Of Dog Town Documentary

[1:43:00] Cy’s contact info and final thoughts Find Cy on IMDB Cy’s IMDB and Facebook Cy’s Facebook

Tony Suriano

Tony is an America Director, Actor, and the host of "Unfake It Till You Make it", a podcast featuring professionals in the entertainment industry. It is a creative guide that provides advice, strategies and moldable methods in the field. Additionally, he is a working Director, Producer, and Writer. While attending high school, Tony completed Disney Producer, Kevin Kelly's film program, which started his journey as a Film Auteur. His film, "The Face In The Vile", (Director/Actor) was selected and featured on NBC's Chiller TV station. Throughout that same year, he began producing branded content, receiving multiple awards & recognitions for his work. In front of the camera, Tony's acting landed his first Netflix role in a Martin Scorsese film called, "The Irishman." Tony's film & music background bleed into each story he tells. With a mix of audacity and prudence, he believes deeply in synergy and searching for the best third alternative.

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