How to Produce a Webseries: Persistence Gets You Through

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text font_size=”15″]Recently we got together with some of our member producers and asked them to share some of what they have learned about producing a webseries. It was an incredibly interesting discussion that covered a range of topics from scripting to casting to crowdfunding and everything in between. Over the next few weeks, listen to some of what we learned.

Moderator by Daralyn Jay, panelists include:

  • Roger Omeus, Producer, Writer and Director of Finding Me the Series
  • Mercedes Brazier-Thurman, Series Creator and Writer of All My Friends Are Married
  • Brittany Coleman, Writer, Producer and Lead Actress of Coming Home
  • Duane Seguira, Producer of Coming Home
  • Huriyyah Muhammad, Producer of All My Friends Are Married

Here from them below in their own words as they describe the determination and grit necessary to push through challenges.





The Black TV & Film Collective a 501c3 organization that operates as a NYC film collective. In our work, we support all artists of color including but not limited to black filmmakers. We are a collaborative platform that represents diversity in film and supports inclusion in Hollywood and TV. Our professional network of New York City filmmakers gives knowledge to those who want to learn how to produce film, how to make a web series, how to budget film projects and more. We host NYC film workshops that welcome a variety of experience levels from first time filmmakers who are either students in film school or to notables within the television and film industry. See how you can make a difference in the world of cinema by becoming a member of our NYC film collective.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link=”″ el_width=”80″ align=”center”][kleo_gap][vc_video link=”″ el_width=”80″ align=”center”][kleo_gap][vc_video link=”″ el_width=”80″ align=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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