SELLING YOUR SCREENPLAY: Ep 407 - From Rapper To Filmmaker

By Ashley Scott Meyers • November 22, 2021

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with actor and filmmaker Ryan Silva. He is the writer/director of the low-budget indie comedy, 'Let Me Be Frank' (2021), based on the true story of Ryan moving to Los Angeles with his girlfriend to pursue their entertainment careers, which leads to an unlikely friendship between him and their apartment manager.

This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Actor and Filmmaker Ryan Silva.

He is the writer/director of the low budget indie comedy, Let Me Be Frank (2021). That movie is based on the true story of Ryan moving to Los Angeles with his girlfriend to pursue their entertainment careers, which leads to an unlikely friendship between him and their apartment manager.

This guest goes into detail about the budget of Let Me Be Frank and what they did to secure locations. Ryan Silva also talks about going from rapper to filmmaker.

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