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The Dead Harvey podcast is THE podcast for indie horror filmmakers and fans. Hosts, Brad Paulson and Ted Stanford are talking about the horror stories behind the horror stories. They take a humorous and non-technical approach to what indie horror filmmakers go through, what it takes to get a film made and what's new in the world of indie horror.
 
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), Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar (Knights of Camelot), Christian James (Fanged Up) & Andy Rodger (World of Darkness), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) and many others.
 
This podcast covers the micro-budgeted filmmaking community in Portland, Oregon. You'll find interviews with filmmakers, reviews of the short films presented at MicroFlix events, as well as the occasional special episode that focuses on a particular aspect of micro-budget filmmaking.
 
The Odyssey of Petal & Moth was inspired by the stories behind the making of a story. Or to be more precise, the making of a film. A micro budget one. An indie one. One made with unknown actors. From a little known community. In an overlooked Canadian province. A film that almost never was. And almost never was again. ​We are the seen and unseen of this project. The performers. The song creators. The set builders. The prop makers. Those who inspired. And those who carried. We are the communi ...
 
A show focused on Asian and Asian-American related films where each episode presents discussions from a variety of angles, both in the micro- & macro-views of Asian American culture and pop culture. We analyze and unpack the what, how, and why these films are worth talking about. Follow on fb.com/ReelAsianPodcast | instagram.com/ReelAsianPodcast Support for this podcast: www.reelasianpodcast.com/support https://anti-asianviolenceresources.carrd.co/ Fung Jen Productions, LLC.
 
Perez Ramirez and Eric Perez, two guys from Chicago, host this unofficial podcast dedicated to reviewing and critiquing every episode of the animated series Samurai Jack. They cover each episode one by one, covering multiple topics related to Samurai Jack (and even some that aren't) showcasing how this series has become a cultural phenomenon. Music provided by Municipal Vice and Images provided by Victoria Alejandra Micro Studio Feel free to reach out to us at FoolishSamuraiPodcast@gmail.com
 
The Filmtrepreneur® - A Entrepreneurial Filmmaking Podcast shows you how to turn your filmmaking into a viable business. We do a deep dive into marketing, branding, growth hacking, micro-budget filmmaking, and creating revenue streams from your indie films. They don't teach you this in film school. Host Alex Ferrari interviews some of the film industry's most successful and prolific filmmakers, industry professionals, and Filmtreprenuers. If you want to learn how to make money with your inde ...
 
Welcome to Cheat Out, a podcast about learning to trust deep intuition, stepping up as creators, and allowing our truest selves to be seen and heard. On a micro level, I'll be tracking the development of a television series I'm writing. On a macro level, I'll be discussing my personal relationship to topics such as lucid dreaming, synchronicity and coherence, intuitive downloads, higher self dialogue, holistic healing, moving out of codependence and trauma, and deciphering the language of th ...
 
Founded by Scott Menzel, aka MovieManMenzel, We Live Film is a website, YouTube Channel, and now a Podcast made up of film fanatics that live and breathe all things film. We are passionate about every type of film, from the micro-budget horror films to the big-name blockbusters. That’s right, we love our superhero movies just as much as we love our art house flicks.
 
The Speakers//Screens//Podcast is a monthly podcast in which the contributors of S//S discuss music, television, film, and video games. In addition this will be home to our supplemental "Micro Podcasts", which are 20-45 minute episodes on just 1 topic. Finally all of the legacy episodes of Your Podcast Opinion is Wrong are preserved here and only here.
 
Welcome to Tuxedo Time, podcast edition! Tuxedo Time started out as a segment on our main youtube channel where we sat in front of the camera in our sweat pants (aka tuxedos) to casually discuss topics with no fancy b-roll. Fitting these discussions into a 10-15 minute video was challenging so we decided the format was better suited as a podcast. We've been documenting our life on our main youtube channel for about 4 years. This podcast is an extension of our main channel so follow us over t ...
 
Make This Movie is a serialized 12 episode filmmaking podcast from ShoHawk Media. It chronicles filmmaker Christopher Sakr's journey through producing his feature length film, Counterintelligence. Moving episodically through the entire filmmaking process—from writing and budgeting, to pre-procution, principal photography, through post and release—Sakr chronicles this micro budget production and how Counterintelligence came to be for just under $12,000. Throughout the production's journey, he ...
 
Filmmaker Freedom is a new kind of filmmaking podcast. It's handcrafted it for those of us who like to think outside the box, to experiment, to walk our own path instead of doing things the way they've always been done. If you want to make make films you're proud of and make a living from it, this is the show for you. It's full of clear, focused, and actionable advice to help you succeed as an indie filmmaker in a constantly changing world.
 
What if we told you there were “countries” the size of the average suburban household? What if they had their own rules, laws, and even currencies? What if we told you one of them almost brought the entire Internet to its knees in a single day? These are data havens. And they are the Switzerlands of the Internet. These bunkers, caves, and sea fortresses offer cybercriminals and freedom fighters alike the privacy to conduct unregulated information exchanges, malware attacks, spam dumps, ranso ...
 
Since 2008, the LA-based filmmakers known as 5-Second Films have churned out unique, lightning-fast micro-comedy and sketches, with thousands of videos netting millions of views. Working with performers from Patton Oswalt to Weird Al Yankovic, the group has since expanded their repertoire to include podcasts and their 2015 feature film debut, "Dude Bro Party Massacre 3." The podcast "Is It Still Scary," hosted by 5SF's Brian & Maria, takes a small panel of film enthusiasts and dives into hor ...
 
Welcome to Film Trooper, where we empower the filmmaking entrepreneur. Why? Because film production is no longer a barrier—anyone can make a film. Film distribution is no longer a barrier—anyone can sell their film directly to the world. Film sales and marketing are the last barriers! To rise above the noise of the internet is the challenge — this is the place that explores these topics to help you, the filmmaking entrepreneur. Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (www.ifhpodcastnetwork.com)
 
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The We Live Film Podcast airs every Thursday evening from 5pm to 6pm PST on the Red Guerilla Network. Scott Menzel also known as MovieManMenzel hosts the podcast along with his wife Ashley Menzel and several others including Chad Gleason (MovieManChad), Daniel Rester, Gabe Alcantara, and more. Each week features several unique segments including “What to Watch”, “Trailer Talk”, and “Blu-Ray: Buy It-Rent It-Skip It.” In addition, there is usually a special celebrity guest at least once per mo ...
 
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In this episode, I share a recent guest session recorded live in my filmmaking community (The Backlot), featuring acclaimed ACE editor Vashi Nedomansky. Vashi is an expert on post production workflows, having worked as a consultant on DEADPOOL, House of Cards, The Good Doctor, Sharknado 2, and countless other projects. He’s been on the podcast befo…
 
We're back with another minisode on Don Mancini's new series, Chucky (2021)! In our spoiler-filled discussion of the second episode, we discuss the table-setting plot points, Devon's conversation with his mother, that vicious prank and debate how to wash butcher knives (hint: it's not in the dishwasher!). Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with th…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Thom Hilton's Synonymous With (click the link to view the 10-minute short), in which a student's (Thom Hilton) increasingly intimate line of questioning causes his interview with a local horror host (Remy Germinario) to take a vulnerable turn. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, …
 
Climb out of your primo IKEA coffin and grab your garlic mace because we're heading back to the '90s to talk about everyone's favorite Marvel superhero: Blade (1998)! Joining us for the discussion is Ky Fields, the host of the Monstrosities Voice podcast and founder of the KyFx Horror Group! Join us as we discuss how Blade saved comic book movies b…
 
Audio clips ("Halloween Kills", "Summer School“, "From Dusk Till Dawn", "Chucky"). Intro and outro music by Tony Longworth. Check out Tony's podcast, "The Dark Alternative Music Composer" on Spotify. *Indie filmmakers: visit this website for free music for your projects: http://tonylongworth.com/freemusic/. Check out www.deadharvey.com and follow u…
 
Today on the show we have writer/director Rob Smat. His niche film is THE LAST WHISTLE. It is a Football Drama with a budget of 125K, the crew was almost entirely film students, shot in 13 days in Texas, distributed worldwide by Vertical Ent. for 10 theater releases this past June, and originated as a pitch for Rebel Without a Crew TV show and was …
 
Here's a sneak peek at our all new Patreon bonus episode on the slasher sequel that has divided the horror community, to the point where each side is ready to rally a mob against the other: Halloween Kills (2018)! Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.c…
 
Today on the show, Giles Alderson and co-host Dom Lenoir welcome writer, director and actor duo Jim Cummings (Thunder Road) & PJ McCabe to talk about their latest indie feature, The Beta Test (2021). After working together on the studio film The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020), they talk about the differences between indie and studio films. They also di…
 
If you enjoyed today’s episode then why not follow me on social media social media Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/andygodoyshow/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/theandygodoyshow/ If you would like to listen to the podcast version you can download it on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-andy-godoy-show/id1546926849 If you want…
 
The RAP team examine Clint Eastwood's controversial film, Gran Torino. "But wait, this movie isn't really Asian American...." We know! But it does have a prominent Hmong presence in the film and was (at the time) celebrated for its "representation" of Hmong people. However, is that still true today? Listen and find out! Join us on Shuffle! www.reel…
 
We're temporarily setting aside our exploration of queer horror shorts so that we can do weekly coverage of Don Mancini's new series, Chucky (2021). In our spoiler-filled discussion of the first episode, we discuss the focus on pre-teen characters, the use of the F-slur, homages to classic horror and why we're totally fine with the show not being "…
 
One of the rings of hell is likely a New York City subway station in the 80's. And it probably looks like the 59th Street stop depicted in 1980's super sleazy "Maniac." I can't say I recommend the movie, but the subway scene with the nurse is a terrifying glimpse into a bygone era of the MTA. (Subway station bathrooms!) But first: I have attended "…
 
Pull your phone out of that pudding because we're heading to Haddonfield to revisit David Gordon Green's 2018 sequel to Halloween titled...Halloween! Tapping in for the discussion is Richard Newby, the author of the horror short story collection We Make Monsters Here! Join us as we take a deep dive into this legacy sequel that wants to remind us of…
 
Audio clips ("V/H/S/94", "Summer School“, "From Dusk Till Dawn", "Hypnotic"). Intro and outro music by Tony Longworth. Check out Tony's podcast, "The Dark Alternative Music Composer" on Spotify. *Indie filmmakers: visit this website for free music for your projects: http://tonylongworth.com/freemusic/. Check out www.deadharvey.com and follow us som…
 
On today’s show, Giles Alderson welcomes writer, director & producer Bizhan Tong to the show to talk about his latest feature film Lockdown (2021), starring Xander Berkeley, Kevin Leslie, Olivia Moyles and many, many more! Bizhan was on episode 81 of the podcast, now he’s back to talk about how he shot Lockdown during lockdown! He dives deep into t…
 
After 500 episodes I need a break. To celebrate this insane milestone we are flipping the script. Many of you in the IFH Tribe has asked me to have someone interview me on the show. So I asked my long-time friend and current IFH Show appearance record holder (he’s been on the show 13 times) writer, producer, actor, and [REDACTED] to come in and tak…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Aidan Brezonick's Jeff Drives You (click the link to view the 16-minute short), in which a lonely gay man (Addison Heimann) falls in love with an artificially intelligent car (Tanner Rittenhouse) over the course of a road trip. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtu…
 
We're cruising into October with our trusty CB radio in hand for a rewatch of John Dahl's Joy Ride (2001). The film features a pretty iconic scene of stars Paul Walker and Steve Zahn walking naked into a diner, but that’s not the only queer aspect of this highway horror film. Using Eric Langberg’s Gayly Dreadful piece, we consider how the film is i…
 
Here's a sneak peek at our all new Patreon bonus episode on the fourth season of Aaron Martin's gory, ridiculous Shudder series Slasher: Flesh & Blood (2021). Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
I’m kicking off a month of Spooky Nuances with the 1950 film noir classic “In a Lonely Place,” a tense and twisted vehicle for superstars Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame that also features a face journey by actress Jeff Donnell as the suspicious Sylvia, the amazing Hadda Brooks as a lounge singer who gets a Moment, and Martha the no nonsense mas…
 
On today’s show, Giles Alderson welcomes producer Will Thorne and director Yemi Bamiro to talk about the journey of their latest documentary, One Man and His Shoes (2020). Will and Yemi dive deep into the making of their indie documentary. How it all started with a little short, how they financed the movie themselves in the beginning, and how they …
 
Today on the show I have Klaus Badelt. We do a deep dive into the state of independent film and self-distribution. We also discuss the Distribber debacle and how filmmakers can get access to their films back from Distribber. Klaus is not only a tech entrepreneur he also writes the occasional score for feature films including The Thin Red Line, The …
 
Renee is joined by author Saba Razvi to dissect the 2006 drama 'The Namesake', directed by Mira Nair. Originally based on the novel with the same title by Jhumpa Lahiri, Renee and Saba analyze each prominent character in the movie and how they made an impact to the larger South Asian community during a time when fair South Asian representation in H…
 
Thanks CUTS for sponsoring today's podcast! Get 15% off your order with our link: https://bit.ly/BCCuts Today on the podcast we’re talking about our micro marketing agency Bold Creative, which we ran from 2009 - 2016. It was started by accident. This is the story. Becki talks about how working at a marketing company lead to burn out early in her ca…
 
Check your zoos for elephants that are seeing pink men because we're discussing the 1936 film (and direct sequel to 1931's Dracula) Dracula's Daughter! And boy do we have some things to say about the hetero nonsense in this movie. First, we'll spill the tea on the film's dramatic road to production, complete with cameos from super-producer David O.…
 
We discuss influential New York indie horror filmmakers of the 70s to 2000s, including Frank Henenlotter, Abel Ferrara, Jim Mickle, William Lustig, Larry Cohen and Lloyd Kaufman. On this week's radar: "Squid Game", "Prisoners of the Ghostland", "The Puppet Monster Massacre" and Ricky Glore's crowdfunding campaign for, "All Your Friends Are Dead". A…
 
On today’s show, Giles Alderson and co-host Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar sit down with Alex Noyer, the writer and director of Sound of Violence, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in 2021. Alex dives deep into Clubhouse of Horror, what the room is about, what it’s like to be a judge on the latest competition, and not just what you ne…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Antonio Yee's 3 Versos (click the link to view the 11-minute short), in which a girl (Laura Mariscal) reaches a psychic (Edvan Galván) looking for help after a ghost besieges her home. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the…
 
In advance of its 20th anniversary, we're dipping into the beautiful, surreal world of David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001). In keeping with the film, the episode adopts a non-linear format as we track the Betty/Rita storyline, then double back to discuss Adam, before finally digging into the extra footage Lynch shot when the project switched from…
 
Today, Giles Alderson and co-host Ian Sharp have a chat with Orlando Pedregosa. He’s a producer, the co-founder of Babieka Films as well as the VP and director of the blockchain-based entertainment platform Filmio. Blockchain? NFT’s? Crypto? Yes indeed! Welcome to a new world! But don’t worry, we’ve got the answers to all your questions in this epi…
 
After an extended spring break and summer vacation, I'm back this week with some thoughts on Malignant, Bernard Hermann's score for Sisters, the shows Work in Progress and The Other Two, and Sarah Paulson's Linda Tripp, before a necessary celebration of the best 8 and a half minutes you'll see all year, "Brenda Vaccaro is having a good time."Brenda…
 
In today’s episode of the podcast we discuss when can you call yourself a “professional” in your field, and question who decided when “professional” gets put in front of a job title anyway? A chat about imposter syndrome pops up when Becki talks about being called a “Professional photographer” for the first time. We do a round of Open Mic, and we f…
 
September releases to check out including "Prisoners of the Ghostland", "Malignant", "Superhost", "Creepshow Season3" and "Elvira's Very Scary,. Audio clips ("Summer School“, "From Dusk Till Dawn"). Intro and outro music by Tony Longworth. Check out Tony's podcast, "The Dark Alternative Music Composer" on Spotify. *Indie filmmakers: visit this webs…
 
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