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Talkhouse is a media company and outlet for musicians, actors, filmmakers, and others in their respective fields. Artists write essays and criticism from firsthand perspectives, speak one-on-one with their peers via the Talkhouse Podcast and Talkhouse Live events, and offer readers and listeners unique insight into creative work of all genres and generations. In short— Talkhouse is writing and conversations about music and film, from the people who make them.
 
A podcast about how to make film and TV by filmmakers who actually make them. Interviewing guests from the film-making world from Indie film to Hollywood and everything in between. Hosts Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dan Richardson (Retribution), Christian James (Fanged Up) & Andy Rodger (World of Darkness), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) and many others.
 
Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS releases a new interview every other week!
 
A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
The entertainment industry influencers sit down with the New York Film Academy to discuss the world of filmmaking to share their experience and knowledge. Hear from legends of the industry like Al Pacino, Bryan Cranston, Aubrey Plaza, Seth Rogen and many more.
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
The Team Deakins podcast is an ongoing conversation between acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins and James Deakins, his collaborator, about cinematography, the film business and whatever other questions are submitted. We start with a specific question and end....who knows where! We are joined by guests periodically. Followup questions can be posted in the forums at www.rogerdeakins.com.
 
The Go Creative Show is dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film, tv and music industries. Hosted by Ben Consoli, Director and owner of BC Media Productions. Each week Ben takes on topics relevant to the film making, video, music and visual arts worlds, talking about tools, talent, challenges and successes. A wide range of topics are discussed, as well as various special guests involved in both mainstream and independent creative production are invited to join in.
 
How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (Redeemed Productions, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
 
Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. We'll even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency. Join us each week while we catch up on what we've learned and what we're learning.
 
Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
 
Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing, filmmaking and storytelling. Each week we interview your favorite up-and-coming directors, screenwriters, editors, cinematographers, and actors, and learn how they became successful, working content creators. We're all about getting off your butt and making your own videos. Each week we'll share tips and stories of how people in the entertainment industry forced their ways into sustainable careers. Matt Enlow is a director working in comedy. His we ...
 
The no nonsense, in-depth, actors-on-acting podcast from Filmmaker Magazine. Hosted by Peter Rinaldi. One working actor every episode doing a deep dive into their approach to the craft. No small talk, no celebrity stories, no inane banter—just the work.
 
If you love documentary films, hear from the top storytellers on Pure Nonfiction. Host Thom Powers is well-connected in this world as a documentary curator for the Toronto International Film Festival, DOC NYC, and SundanceNow Doc Club. He leads conversations that are frank, funny and revealing. Listen to interviews with Oscar-winning filmmakers Barbara Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Roger Ross Williams; as well as the directors of “Making a Murderer,” “Weiner” and “OJ: Made in America.” Often the ...
 
Stories, conversations, and (sometimes) insights from working-class post-production cogs. Hosts Chris Eastman and Alexei Shishkin walk you through their day-to-day in the video editing world. From weirdest workplace experiences to client horror stories to "back in my day" reminiscences, these ramblin' gamblin' edit monkeys will slice & dice their way out of the edit suites and into your heart.
 
The Indie Film Hustle Podcast is your #1 source for how to hack the film business and indie film world! The show is here to help as many indie filmmakers as I could. We wanted to bring the best guests, industry leaders, creative legends, and film business friends to you, the IFH Tribe. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning Writer/Director Oliver Stone, Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black), Alex Proyas (The Crow, I, Robot), James V. Hart (writer Dracula, Hook), John August (Big Fish, A ...
 
Filmmakers Adam Green (FROZEN, the HATCHET franchise), Joe Lynch (MAYHEM, EVERLY), and Arwen the Yorkie host this inspirational and educational program that offers a fully comprehensive look at the entertainment industry, the artistic process, and the enduring struggle of not giving up on your dreams. By candidly sharing their own trials and tribulations in Hollywood, Adam and Joe create an extremely honest and heartfelt dialogue with their guests. The hilarious, heartbreaking, and therapeut ...
 
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Today on the show we have attorney and film distribution expert Orly Ravid. Orly is committed to helping artistically and intellectually rigorous and important films reach their respective audiences via a financial model that is sustainable for filmmakers. Having established the theatrical, festival, digital distribution and educational services, p…
 
Friend of the show Roxy Shih joins us on the pod today! We chat about how to navigate directing other people’s scripts, and how to go about making changes if necessary. Unpaid Endorsements:Oren: If you rent Airbnb or go to a place with a pool, bring a pump to inflate pool toys and a set of tools. Also, if you’re on a zoom call use names with addres…
 
Buying a Boom Arm Instead of a C-Stand Griffin doesn’t like C-stands (too heavy) or mic stands (not versatile). So instead, he picked up a 57” Westcott boom arm to position his newest microphone—the Audio-Technica AT4053b. Product links: Westcott Mini Boom Arm & Weight Bag available from Amazon \ B&H \ Westcott Audio-Technica AT4053b Hypercardioid …
 
In today’s episode, photojournalist Ilvy Njiokiktjien talks about fictional and staged photography with photographer Guia Besana and art historian Lydia Figes. In particular, they discuss how this form of photography offers the freedom to tell women’s stories in and subvert the male gaze. Visit our website: https://canon.sm/pro Follow us on Twitter…
 
Zhao and Richards talk about how their process and filmmaking has evolved over 3 films, their spiritual connection to Terrence Malick, why Zhao decided to edit herself and Richards wanted to build Fern's van himself (and ended up with a production design credit), and marvels of Frances McDormand.By Chris O'Falt
 
Giles Alderson sits down with Director and screenwriter John Hay & producer Donall McCusker to discuss their latest film 'To Olivia', now on Sky, which is the story of the tumultuous marriage between actress Patricia Neal and renowned writer Roald Dahl. It stars the fantastic Keeley Hawes and Hugh Bonneville and is a beautiful, heart warming , well…
 
We've made it to episode 150! This week we're chatting to Portuguese wedding filmmakers, Pixel on what wedding videography is to them, why they've chosen their particular style, their influences and of course what kit they take to weddings. If you've never seen these guys work, head over to https://ospixel.com and check out their films! Honestly, t…
 
Adam is a a dynamic filmmaker. He's a screenwriter, director, producer, animator, storyboard artist and film educator. He's worked at the biggest studios and he's worked on the smallest films. He knows the ins and outs of Hollywood through his many years of experience. We touch on everything from pitching to execs, to script structure, to the menta…
 
Joining me on today’s episode is writer/producer/actor Luke Barnett, known for his incredible Funny or Die shorts and his latest feature film project - Faith Based, which features Jason Alexander, Lance Reddick, Tanner Thomason, Margaret Cho, and Luke Barnett himself. Luke’s story is super inspiring, and can be looked at as a roadmap for filmmakers…
 
This week on The No Film School Podcast, we are joined by Oakley Anderson-Moore who gives us the lowdown on Sundance 2021 and its virtual experience, as well as her favorite films of the fest -- and of course the record-breaking sale of 'CODA'. We discuss how PA-level crew members are now COVID compliance officers, giving this important task to fol…
 
The Outer Dark presents Quarantine Readings by Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller. This episode’s content was recorded on Sat. Feb. 13 and Tues. Feb. 16, 2021. Show Notes The Outer Dark Quarantine Reading series continues with Nadia Bulkin and Eric Schaller (0:42:09). Nadia reads the beginning of her story ‘Some Girls Wander by Mistake’ (Uncertainties,…
 
Director Miranda July discusses her new film, Kajillionaire, with fellow director Greta Gerwg in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film follows two con artists who have spent 26 years training their only daughter to swindle, scam, and steal at every opportunity. During a desperate, hastily conceived heist, they charm a stranger into joining their n…
 
The thing about great movies is that they create opportunities for reflection, not just on the world of the film but on our own lives. The Godfather Part 2 is a prime example of this and the conflicts, struggles, betrayals and defeats that Steve and John explore in this episode certainly create plenty of opportunities for reflection. If you haven't…
 
In this episode, we take on the thorny issue of sex and cinema but thankfully we had the extremely insightful film critic Beatrice Loayza to help is navigate the many strands of this subject. Beatrice has bylines in Sight & Sound, LA review of Book, Reverse Shot and Mubi notebook, but it was her recent piece in the Guardian - Some sex scenes are gr…
 
Photographer Joe Greer joins the podcast for a beautiful conversation about how he went from the tragic story of a young child losing his mother at age 4, to growing up with his adopted family in Florida with a love of sports and a passion for the community he found around the church, to chasing a possible future in ministry and studying at bible c…
 
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a conversation with Sound of Metal’s writer-director Darius Marder, actors Riz Ahmed, Paul Raci, Olivia Cooke, Chelsea Lee, Domenico Toledo, and actor/ASL coach Jeremy Stone. Moderated by Alison O’Daniel, a visual artist and filmmaker who is currently in production on her feature film,…
 
Zack talks about how to get started if you have NO cash. He talks about two different scenarios: someone that makes no money with little to no responsibility vs. someone that lives paycheck to paycheck. Sign Up For The FREE 3-Day Workshop CLICK HERE Sign Up For Kajabi Free Trial CLICK HERE Subscribe to the YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE Want to take your cre…
 
Mike Ness and Ben Nichols both front bands that blur the already-blurry genre lines between punk, Americana, country, and more—so it's no surprise that the two get along. Nichols' band, Lucero, opened for Ness' band, Social Distortion, on a tour about a decade ago, and the two hit it off. Since then, Lucero returned the favor by taking out Jade Jac…
 
This week on the No Film School Podcast: a recent report reveals that the HPFA has zero black members. Meanwhile, Amazon announces they are no longer accepting short films or documentaries for their Prime Video Direct service. We discuss! In Tech News, two new cinema cameras compete with each other: the Blackmagic Pocket 6k and the Sony FX3. And fo…
 
Sean Bobbitt thinks good cinematography is composed of a series of very carefully crafted and decided upon images. He began his career as a news camera shooter, but once he began to work on documentaries and features, Sean learned that each shot is not just coverage to edit together. After working in news and documentary for several years, Sean dec…
 
Director Sam Levinson discusses his new film, Malcolm & Marie, with fellow director Derek Cianfrance in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film takes place as Malcolm returns home with his girlfriend Marie following a celebratory movie premiere. Their evening soon takes a turn as revelations about their relationships begin to surface, testing the st…
 
This week on On Story, filmmakers Stanley Kalu and Ali Leroi discuss the journey of bringing The Obituary of Tunde Johnson from a screenplay competition to the screen. The film follows an African-American teenager that is trapped in a terrifying time loop after being shot to death by police. Ali LeRoi is an Emmy Award-winning writer who is best kno…
 
EPISODE 92 - BOB YEOMAN - Cinematographer Team Deakins has a great conversation with Bob Yeoman, a cinematographer. He’s a frequent collaborator with Wes Anderson and he walks us through how they work together. We learn their way of prep and how they collaborate on the set. It becomes clear why their work together is so special. We should warn you …
 
NEW bonus content! FUN SIZE Post Mortem: Ask Mick Anything — Producer Joe Russo is back to ask YOUR burning questions to the "Zelig of Horror" himself, Mick Garris! They discuss Mick's first experience in a movie theatre, how to raise money for your independent film, Mick's mortuary story and much more! POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS NICE GUY PRODUCT…
 
This Friday, John and Steve are back to continue their deep dive into The Godfather Part 2. In this episode they'll speculate on when Michael's true feelings about Fredo both before and after his discovery of the betrayal. They'll imagine what it's been like for Kaye to be married to The Godfather and marvel at Rober Deniro's incredible performance…
 
Director Eliza Hittman discusses her new film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, with fellow director Greta Gerwig in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. The film tells the story of Autumn and Skylar, cousins and inseparable best friends who are navigating adolescence in rural Pennsylvania. When Autumn finds herself pregnant and hemmed in by conservative le…
 
In this supplementary show we're chatting to Nine Dots co-founder Rahul Khona. Primarily a photographers community, Nine Dots is now throwing the floor open to videographers with 2 days of online tutoring, talks and motivation called 'Motion' You can sign up for free at https://nine-dots.co/motion-2021/https://nine-dots.co/motion-2021/ and the talk…
 
On this weeks episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast, Steve talks with Oscar nominated editor Tariq Anwar about working with director Regina King on her film, “One Night in Miami” based on the stage play of the same name. The film is about a fictionalized meeting of civil rights leader Malcolm X, boxing legend Muhammad Ali, NFL Football great Jim Br…
 
We don't get to see or talk about features shot on good old 35mm as much as we'd like to so this was a treat. Andrew Dunn expands on why film was the only medium choice for awards contender The United States vs. Billie Holiday, he reveals what he learned working with legend Robert Altman. He also divulges a lesser-known story about shooting the unf…
 
It's been a hell of a year so far. I've been blessed to have had the honor of speaking to some amazing filmmakers and man today's guest is high on that list. On the show we have writer/director Joe Carnahan. Joe directed his first-feature length film Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane. which was screened at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival, and won som…
 
She’s probably best known for her Emmy-Nominated performance as FBI secretary Martha Hanson on FX’s critically acclaimed series “The Americans,” and now Alison Wright has breathed life into another complex character in yet another hit series—Ruth Wardle on TNT’s “Snowpiercer.” In this hour, she gives us a peek under the hood of her craft and we get…
 
This week we welcome on Mario Piper (IG mariopiper, IG genxphotogpod, Flickr mario piper) from the "Gen-X Photography Podcast"! We discuss how he got into film photography, his podcast, and developing old C-22 process color films in C-41 chemicals. Then, Mike announces the Film Love Analog Kissy Selfie contest to win a roll of the FPP's Film Love B…
 
Aaron Sorkin's Golden Globe-nominated film THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7 perfectly balances incredible visuals with stunning performances. Cinematographer Phedon Papamichael ASC comes on to discuss working with Sorkin and the importance daylight plays when filming the courtroom scenes. Phedon and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how the vis…
 
Anthony Abbott Topics Anthony Abbott joins us to chat about animating for big tech. We also talk a TON about Cryptoart as we launch a new weekly segment that will be it’s own weekly Youtube video. Links Anthony Abbott Swordfish Nvidia Pretends to care about gamers GeForce Is Made for Gaming, CMP Is Made to Mine Get NFT Facebook Group ‘Beeple Mania’…
 
Director Ramin Bahrani discusses his new film, The White Tiger, with fellow director Scott Cooper in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A. Based on a bestselling novel, the film follows the rise of a poor Indian villager who wrangles his way into a job as a driver for a wealthy couple who have just returned from America. After a cruel betrayal, he rebels a…
 
A big show today with the launch of the Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training plus we breakdown a commercial where we shot the same scene two different days because of weather issues. Weather is always tricky and if you work in the business long enough you will end up on the wrong side of a call and that is exactly what happened with this job. T…
 
A big show today with the launch of the Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training plus we breakdown a commercial where we shot the same scene two different days because of weather issues. Weather is always tricky and if you work in the business long enough you will end up on the wrong side of a call and that is exactly what happened with this job. T…
 
Director Andrew Heckler discusses his new film, Burden, with fellow director Reinaldo Marcus Green in a spoiler-filled virtual Q&A.The film tells the true story an orphan raised within the Ku Klux Klan, who eventually becomes a local Grand Dragon. After his girlfriend persuades him to leave, the Klan seeks him out for vengeance, and a black congreg…
 
On this week's episode we have Leanne Melissa Bishop and Michael Mason. They are the co-owners of Penguin Pictures, a Canadian based production company that's ready to make waves in the industry. The married couple sat down with us to talk the business side of film, film finance, and the up and down journey that lead them to where they are today. L…
 
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