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Liz Manashil and Alrik Bursell discuss independent filmmaking, everything from writing, producing and directing to working as crew. But this is not just a podcast about "making it," it's also about struggling with rejection, self-doubt and everything else that comes with pursuing a career in film. Follow along as we forge our own way through the industry and talk to guests who are also making it happen. Episodes 238-299 are available at our patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/mmihpodcast
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Push In - The CineVic Podcast

CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers

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It's not easy being an independent filmmaker. Host Joyce Kline digs into all things indie film, going behind the scenes to ask real questions for the inside scoop. This podcast is where you'll find out everything new coming to CineVic, Victoria, BC, Canada’s artist-run independent film society.
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Discover the world of independent film with Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby! From industry professionals to the next generation of filmmakers, Damien Swaby brings his unique perspectives on indie filmmaking and the conversations that are taking place across the community. Listeners will find inspiration and guidance from conversations on the podcast and leave armed with the knowledge to make their own indie films. Tune in to Filmmaking Conversations with Damien Swaby today! Proud ...
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Just Screen It

Colin Stryker

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Each week, host Colin Stryker interviews a filmmaker who has self-distributed or used creative methods to distribute their independent film. Through these interviews, Colin helps develops a picture of the landscape of independent film distribution today, and looking forward to tomorrow.
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FanOff is a network of podcasts that center around all things fandom, created for fans, by fans. Whether it be sports, movies, comics, or television, FanOff is the place for fanatics to be loud and be proud.
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HONEST, OPEN ADVICE ABOUT YOUR FILMMAKING CAREER Are you about to leave Uni with a filmmaking degree? Or want to change careers and work in a creative industry? We want to give you the tools you need to enter the real world of production or freelancing. Honest and open career advice from people in the business. We also talk to those in other creative industries to discuss their careers, the potential cross over with film production and practical tips for a successful and fulfilling career. h ...
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The MAKE IT Podcast

Bonsai Creative - Chris and Nick

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The MAKE IT podcast amplifies the voice of the filmmaker by exploring the filmmaking journeys of actors, screenwriters, directors, producers, and a host of other creatives from across the film industry. We provide a platform for film professionals and up-and-coming filmmakers to give and receive advice, lessons learned, personal reflections, tips, tricks, and insights through a variety of podcast series. We help filmmakers find success doing what they love!
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Horror fiends out of Rhode Island bringing you the best in film, literature, artwork, and a whole lot more! Building and supporting the horror community as a whole!
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Filmmaking Sucks

Mass Grave Pictures

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Manny & Lindsay have been producing low and no-budget horror films for over 10 years in the NY/NJ Area, and discuss the many hard-earned lessons they've learned along the way.
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Inside The Crazy Ant Farm

The Crazy Ant Films Company

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Inside The Crazy Ant Farm is our weekly podcast. It provides a detailed look at the inner working of an independent production company. Okay, it's really more like seven "Crazy" guys and gals talking about the awesomeness of being indie filmmakers!! Every week we talk about our film projects, the latest industry news, weekend box office predictions and results, and the "Word of the Day"!! We also interview celebrity guests!
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Film Festival Radio

Janice Malone, Film Festival Radio

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Film Festival Radio features top guests from the world of film festivals, television, movies, sports and politics. The show has a variety of A-list celebrities, as well as indie filmmakers. Show's tagline: "The show where superstars and future stars happily co-exist together."
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In this new monthly podcast from the Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival, host Jonathan C. Legat invites you to revisit post-screening discussions from festival seasons past. Stay tuned after each interview for an update on what each filmmaker has been working on since their appearance at the festival.
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🌒 Welcome to the Moonshine Moonshot Podcast - great to have you here! Join us every week as we dive into untouched areas of filmmaking that go above and beyond conventional film school teachings. Your host, Sue Collins, will navigate you through the independent filmmaking industry, guiding you to amplify your craft and foster sustainable careers. With over 15 years of experience in documentary and impact films, Sue's expertise has resonated globally, captivating audiences through various pla ...
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Clinton Cornwell and Allen C. Gardner are independent filmmakers who like to talk it out and make it happen. In each episode, they sort through their goals and fears and the ins and outs of their lives and projects, all in hopes of helping each other and their audience feel a little more understood. Movie talk? Check. Openness and honesty? Check. Neuroses run amok? DOUBLE check. Join them as they talk about film, feelings, their feelings ON film, and their ongoing mission to strike the right ...
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Directors Notes is an interview podcast dedicated to independent filmmaking in all its wondrous forms, lengths and styles. The show digs deep into the what, how and why of the world's best filmmaking in the only way that counts - by hearing directly from those talented individuals who have successfully taken their ideas from concept to screen.
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Championing independent filmmakers making a career outside of the over-franchised traditional system. Episodes on Mondays. Avaliable wherever you get your podcasts. Listen; Subscribe; Get in touch; Enjoy =)
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Founded in 1962, Film Comment has been the home of independent film journalism for over 50 years, publishing in-depth interviews, critical analysis, and feature coverage of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world. The Film Comment Podcast, hosted by editors Devika Girish and Clinton Krute, is a weekly space for critical conversation about film, with a look at topical issues, new releases, and the big picture. Film Comment is a nonprofit publication that relies ...
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How to raise money for an independent feature, documentary, short film, or web series even if you’ve failed before. Discover the step-by-step process (secrets, tips & strategies) including WHO are the best potential investors, WHERE to find them, WHEN to contact them and exactly WHAT to say when you approach them. This show will give proven advice to anyone looking to raise between $25K to $2.5 million for their project.
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Bristol Unpacked

The Bristol Cable

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Bristol Unpacked with Neil Maggs brings you fascinating and challenging conversations from characters of all stripes on big topics facing the city and beyond. Brought to you by the Bristol Cable, a new kind of newspaper for Bristol 100% community owned by 2,200 members. Join them for just £1 a month and own your media. thebristolcable.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosts Adam Shartoff and Katy Mejia chat with WFF Alumni and friends of the festival about all things indie film! The WFF podcast is a platform for filmmakers to share their work and love of independent filmmaking. We also publish a select number of the best panels from the festival each year. Every year the podcast is livestreamed for three days from the filmmaker lounge during the festival and we also publish a select number of the best panels from the annual festival. The WFF supports emer ...
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Celebrating the Art of Film. The Garden Cinema is an independent art-house cinema in Central London. We invite directors, producers, actors, and film commentators to talk about the films we show. Most of our podcast episodes are recorded post-screening, and with a live audience. We welcome recommendations! Our first few episodes feature Garden Cinema founder Michael Chambers.
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How do you get your "big break"? In an ever increasingly gate-kept world, independent art is both impossible to make and more powerful than ever when it breaks through. Join Courtney Romano, a female film director and founder of Queens Bird Films, an indie film production company in New York City, for an exploration of how to break into film and design an indie career from the ground up, one step at a time.
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Filmmaker Nova

Filmmaker Nova

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A podcast about all things filmmaking!! Join us as we journey through the independent filmmaking world!! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/filmmakernova/support
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The Art of Film Funding

The Art of Film Funding

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The Art of Film Funding Podcast is to educate and inform filmmakers. Author/Grantor Carole Dean interviews top professionals from the film industry for up-to-date information on film funding, production, marketing, and hybrid distribution. You will learn how to crowdfund, make an ask for funding, save money on your budgets, hear top attorneys discuss new US and state tax funding and stay abreast of current trends in the industry. Carole is President and Founder of From the Heart Productions, ...
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Join indie filmmaker and journalist Justin Channell for a show about movies, from big budget Hollywood movies to the weirdest cult films and everything in-between - complete with interviews and in-depth discussion!
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Scene by Scene

Justin Johnson & Joe Lefeber

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Scene by Scene is not a traditional movie review podcast. It’s a film discussion podcast with two independent filmmakers fascinated by the filmmaking process. Every other week, Joe and Justin break down the elements of one movie to better understand how films are made, what makes a “good” one, and what makes a “bad” one. After examining the film's story and themes, visual technique, and historical, cultural, or personal significance, they discuss what they've learned.
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Do you have a passion for filmmaking, screenwriting, directing, or acting? Do you live outside a major film industry market? This is the place to be. Kevin Isaacson and Mike Godfrey host filmmakers as well as offer their own insights, thoughts, and opinions on being an independent filmmaker located outside of a major film hub. Listen in as independent filmmakers from across the Heartland describe their journeys and offer insight into how you can be a successful filmmaker no matter where you ...
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Forward Filmmaker shares stories and advice from a new generation of filmmakers bucking "traditional" filmmaking norms. Join host Max Sanders as he interviews directors and producers. Each episode features a different forward-thinking filmmaker redefining how great cinema is made. This podcast is brought to you by Filmhub, the leading distribution platform where filmmakers monetize their titles directly to streaming services – without giving up their rights. Go to Filmhub.com to join thousan ...
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Michelle dives deep into filmmaking, revealing the nuts and bolts of the industry. She helps you reflect on the best ways to succeed in film. Michelle also explores the filmmaking world sharing resources, insights, and personal stories to help you take your career to the next level. Follow Michelle on all platforms @ShowRunHer
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Watch now at youtube.com/@LightsCameraConversation or listen on iHeartRadio or your favorite podcast platform! ★ Join entertainment entrepreneurs Walid Chaya and Kavita Raj over a drink on "Lights Camera Conversation," the ultimate Hollywood insider podcast. Discover the glamorous-yet-authentic sides of show business, experience Hollywood special guests, and find inspiration for music, film lovers, and creative professionals alike. Walid Chaya, actor, director, and writer based in Los Angele ...
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For independent filmmakers, navigating the challenges of using visual effects (VFX) can be a daunting task. This podcast series spotlights independent filmmakers who have dipped their toes (or jumped head-first) into the world of visual effects, and will explore their challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned through the process.Hosted by Foxtrot X-Ray’s founder and “chief pixel pusher” Paul DeNigris, who brings to the conversations 25 years of experience in both independent filmmaking ...
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Low Budget

Jedrzej Jonasz

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"Low Budget" is a new web comedy about the world of independent filmmaking. A new episode is released every week. To see the full unabridged version of the feature film, you can purchase the DVD from: http://www.LowBudgetComedy.com
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Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Stance is produced by Chrystal Genesis, Zara Martin and Saskia Sewell. stancepodcast.com @stancepodcast Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, ...
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Director's Rant | BUMPIN' 96.3 FM

Director Flo Gibbs & Director Netwurk Digital

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Director's Rant is a talk show and podcast that keeps it REEL, RAW and UNCUT about indie filmmaking, theater and independent talent. Tune-in live each Sunday at 6pm CST on www.BUMPIN963.com Hosted By: Award Winning Director Flo Gibbs and Netwurk Digital "The Visual Expert" STAY CONNECTED: Text RANT to 901.403.1777
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The Jan Price Show, All About Movies, explores every facet of the moviemaking and movie-watching experience from initial story development and film production through its impact on in-theater and streaming audiences. The Jan Price Show, All About Movies, provides an insider’s look at independent films and documentaries, featuring behind-the-scenes stories and interviews that capture the essence of the film festival experience for a global listening audience of movie lovers. The Jan Price Sho ...
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No-Budget Filmmaking

Filmmaking Central

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No-Budget Filmmaking is a podcast about the art of making films no matter how small the budget. Hosts Alex Darke & Trevor L. Nelson sit down and talk about the latest trends, coolest gadgets, and ultra top secret filmmaking techniques. Want more cool stuff from Alex and Trevor? Visit Filmmaking Central and Cinema Summit. Plus, join the Fearless Filmmakers community to meet other independent filmmakers like yourself and start the independent revolution!
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Sharing my thoughts and lessons in #bootstrapping building media #startup companies #teebtv #teebdigital and #teebpost. Other topics will include #branding #streaming #video #independent #filmmaking
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Director John Slattery (Mad Men) discusses his latest film. God’s Pocket is a darkly comic crime drama starring Philip Seymour Hoffman and an ensemble cast made up of some of independent film’s finest character actors, including Richard Jenkins (Jack Reacher, The Visitor), Christina Hendricks, John Turturro (Transformers, Fading Gigolo) and Eddie Marsan (Filth, Tyrannosaur). Hosted by Charles Gant at the Apple store, Regent Street in London.
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#filmpodcast #marketingstrategy #indiefilm This week I spoke to Rosa Camero. Rosa has been a film publicist for over 15 years and has worked on massive productions like the Twighlight Saga, Warm Bodies and Divergent. Rosa talked about how she got into the industry and she gave me her tips on how to market your own film, how to find out who your aud…
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Tony has worked on stage and in front of the camera acting, in print and film for thirty years. Originally from Chicago, Tony grew love for acting through theatre and now lives in Northern California as a SAG-AFTRA actor and filmmaker. His first feature film, Last Chance Charlene, was screened at the Cinequest Film Fest April 2022. See more info . …
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On this episode I’m talking with Chris Maes about releasing his sci-fi movie, Hemisphere, which was shot mostly in his basement during the COVID-19 lockdown, and is now available on Amazon, Google Play and Tubi. What Chris accomplished here is a great lesson in DIY filmmaking, where Chris conceived the movie totally based on the resources available…
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This week we welcome writers and directors Ian and Eshom Nelms back on the show to talk about their latest feature Red Right Hand starring Orlando Bloom, Andie McDowell and Garret Dillahunt. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Watch Liz's new short film Witchy on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk5WtIOz5do Watch A…
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Encore! Two-time Oscar-nominated editor Kevin Tent, discusses with Jan Price his film, "The Holdovers," starring Paul Giamatti! “The Holdovers” is now streaming on Peacock! Watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/AhKLpJmHhIg?si=mmniHE2Fn7esMYe9 From acclaimed director Alexander Payne, The Holdovers follows a curmudgeonly instructor (Paul Giamatti)…
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On this episode of ITCAF we're talking all about Marvel Studios' record breaking numbers for the "Deadpool and Wolverine" trailer, as well as the studio's official announcement of the cast for "Fantastic Four", the very latest on Warner Bros.' highly anticipated film, "Superman: Legacy", Paramount's better than expected box-office opening for "Bob …
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M is for Masterpiece Featuring: Andi Preller, David Hopkins and Dave Roberts Running Time: 1:50:09 This week, we discuss Fritz Lang’s M (1931) Before that though, we discuss what we got into in the last 7 days, including: Prey (2022), The Haunted Screen (Podcast), LTAS Ep.342, and Devon Vs Cornwall; The The Great Scone Debate If you’re on social me…
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This week, Film Comment is reporting from Berlin, where the 2024 Berlinale kicked off on February 15. Throughout the festival, we’ll be sharing daily podcasts, dispatches, and interviews covering all the highlights of this year’s selection, including new films by Olivier Assayas, Mati Diop, Bruno Dumont, Hong Sangsoo, and many more. Subscribe to th…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 323 from June 2021 with star and co-director Kate Forsatz and editor Meredith Veach who talk about making their feature Threebound, a romantic comedy that they shot in NYC in eleven days! I thought this was a nice match for Leila and Jesse’s episode since they made their…
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This week, Film Comment is reporting from Berlin, where the 2024 Berlinale kicked off on February 15. Throughout the festival, we’ll be sharing daily podcasts, dispatches, and interviews covering all the highlights of this year’s selection, including new films by Olivier Assayas, Mati Diop, Bruno Dumont, Hong Sangsoo, and many more. Subscribe to th…
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Development producer Daniel Richardson joins us to discuss CreatorVC's upcoming documentary, Terrorbytes: The Evolution of Horror Gaming. Daniel discusses the projects campaign which is open until March 3rd, allowing contributors to be part of a year long celebration of the genre and offering more than 15 hours of content prior to the projects proj…
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#filmdirector #filmpodcast #filmmaking This week I spoke to writer/director Clive Tonge about his Horror Movie Mara. The movie is about sleep paralysis and stars Olga Kurylenko. It had a budget of $5 million so this was an interesting chat with somebody about low budget film production. Clive gave me some great war stories about that production. He…
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Maggie is an award-winning writer/director with a passion for entertaining, witty and deeply human storytelling. Using color and movement to build evocative worlds within the strict geometry of the frame, Maggie has a particular love for stories that dramatize emotional transformation through a crisis in the body. Her ultimate goal as a director is…
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, Chris and Nick talk with Adam Schartoff, the host of the long-running podcast Film Wax Radio. They discuss Adam's experience maintaining a podcast for over 790 episodes and the challenges of keeping enthusiasm and motivation over many years. They also debate strategies for film festival juries and screeners, the impor…
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This week, Film Comment is reporting from Berlin, where the 2024 Berlinale kicked off on February 15. Throughout the festival, we’ll be sharing daily podcasts, dispatches, and interviews covering all the highlights of this year’s selection, including new films by Olivier Assayas, Mati Diop, Bruno Dumont, Hong Sangsoo, and many more. Subscribe to th…
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Welcome to your first Moonshine Moonshot podcast for 2024! In our 90th episode, host Sue Collins reflects on her journey in the film industry, and discusses the different paths you - as a filmmaker - can take to help kickstart your film career: from freelancing, to working for others, or even running your own show. Drawing from her own experience t…
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Mike Nowicki host of the "You Are Here Podcast". Mike Nowicki is a vibrant and insightful host who guides listeners through the labyrinth of life's deepest questions on his podcast. Known for his welcoming approach and passion for unraveling the complexities of the world, Mike brings a unique brand of curiosity and enthusiasm to each episode. As a …
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On this episode I’m talking with Cort Howell, who, along with his brother Stark, decided to self-distribute their film Mayberry Man after a less-than-optimal experience with a distributor on his previous film. Cort Howell has sage advice for any independent filmmaker seeking to navigate that line between finding a traditional distributor - whatever…
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This week we welcome writers and actors Leila Gorstein and Jesse Kendall on the show to talk about making the absurd romantic comedy Love Dump which is also their first features as writers and stars. After that we play another round of THE GAME, enjoy! Here's the ticket link to get your seat for the festival now! https://ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/…
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This week, Film Comment is reporting from Berlin, where the 2024 Berlinale kicked off on February 15. Throughout the festival, we’ll be sharing daily podcasts, dispatches, and interviews covering all the highlights of this year’s selection, including new films by Olivier Assayas, Mati Diop, Bruno Dumont, Hong Sangsoo, and many more. Subscribe to th…
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What If… John Wick was German, and a Catholic? Featuring: Andi Preller, David Hopkins and Dave Roberts Running Time: 2:17:23 This week, we review the 2005 Serial Killer movie Antibodies, Definitely not starring Norman Reedus, Before that though, we discuss what we got into this week, including: Godzilla X Kong (trailer), The Predator (2018), Predat…
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Our special guest on ep. 249, from Marvel Studios' huge hit series, "Echo" is actor, Cody Lightning, making his first appearance on the podcast. We talk all about how he got started in the business, his role as Biscuits and his thoughts on the authentic representation of indigenous people in the series, his approach to filmmaking and how he defines…
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Hosts: Adam Rani (@adamthechase) & Christine Chen (@cchenmtf) For more information about Christine Chen: christinewchen.com For more information go to getreelisms.com For more information on ERZULIE go to: erzuliefilm.com HOSTS: Adam Rani Christine Chen GUESTS: Taylor Courtney Smith WEBISODE version of the Podcast To watch our films: https://www.ch…
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Award-winning Turner Classic Movie host, journalist, and film expert discusses with Jan Price his new book, "50 Oscar Nights: Iconic Stars & Filmmakers on Their Career-Defining Wins." For almost a century, movie fans have been riveted by the Academy Awards and the stars who have won Oscars. 50 Oscar Nights by Dave Karger | Running Press takes reade…
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On this milestone 250th episode of ITCAF we're taking a look back at how it all started, how the show has changed over the years, some of our favorite guests/interviews, some of our favorite moments, where we're headed and more! Our guest this week, from Marvel Studios' huge hit show, "Echo", is actress Dannie McCallum! Plus, our "Top 5 ___________…
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This week, Film Comment is reporting from Berlin, where the 2024 Berlinale kicked off on February 15. Throughout the festival, we’ll be sharing daily podcasts, dispatches, and interviews covering all the highlights of this year’s selection, including new films by Olivier Assayas, Mati Diop, Bruno Dumont, Hong Sangsoo, and many more. Subscribe to th…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 211 from May 2019 with director Justin Warren who talks about making his first feature film and willing the movie into existence. I thought this was a nice pairing for Theo because they both pulled their films together however they could and got them distributed on their…
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After seven years of Stance which has spanned over 64 episodes of arts, culture and current affairs, 8 insightful Stance Takes shows, the growth of Stance Studios, multiple awards, and over 30 in-person events across the globe, we present our final show! In this episode, Chrystal Genesis takes one last look at creativity, storytelling and what it m…
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Journalist and critic Sophie Monks Kaufman discussed the The Zone Of Interest with the Garden Cinema's Joe Miller. Sophie and Joe talk in-depth about all the inception of the film, the cinematography, the many layers and themes the film evokes, history, resonance, resistance and the dehumanisation of others.…
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Actor and musician Daeg Faerch joins us for a conversation like no other. Daeg hit the horror scene at an early age when he portrayed a young Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's Halloween in 2007 and has been acting since. We talk about a variety of topics from Daeg's music career, fashion, cameo on Euphoria, what it was like being a child actor in the h…
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The Finnish filmmaker Ilkka Järvi-Laturi, subject of an ongoing retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, made only three features in his life, each of which is maverick in its own right. His 1989 debut, Homebound, is a gritty realist film about a young man struggling to escape a cycle of violence; City Unplugged sets a heist in the wake of Estoni…
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2/13/24 Clinton and Allen sort through their goals and fears and the ins and outs of their lives and projects, all in hopes of helping each other and their audience feel a little more understood. Movie talk? Check. Openness and honesty? Check. Neuroses run amok? DOUBLE check. Join them as they talk about film, feelings, their feelings ON film, and …
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Big Silver Balls right in your face Featuring: Andi Preller, David Hopkins and Dave Roberts Running Time: 1:56:02 This week, we tackle the Indie horror classic Phantasm (1979). Before that though, we discuss what we got into this week, including: Doki Doki Literature Club + which is cuurently free to own on Epic Games Store until Feb 15th, Witch Wa…
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On this episode I’m talking with the highly prolific Omegia Keeys. Omegia has built an amazing career for herself, self-financing and distributing nine features over the past decade, and still going strong. In our conversation, Omegia leads us through her distribution experiences, most of which have actually resulted in recouping her production cos…
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This week we welcome Writer Director Theo Brown to talk about writing and directing his first feature An Electric Sleep and how he casted the film with After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Here's the ticket link to get your seat for the festival now! https://ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/purchase/15160?siteToken=y62bhsm2h1sfp4…
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Join us in this thought-provoking episode of the "Filmmaking Conversations Podcast with Damien Swaby," where we chat with Richard Bakewell, an influential director and screenwriter renowned for his distinctive cinematic style. In this session, Bakewell dives into the complexities behind his emotionally charged film, "Roswell Delirium." This piece h…
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