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He's alive! Creator Scott Adams' world famous comic strip cubicle dweller Dilbert now walks and talks and sometimes gets the last line in a new, daily animated version from RingTales. You can now enjoy Dogbert, Wally, Alice, the Pointy Haired Boss and all your favorite Dilbert characters in new installments five days per week. Animation that's addictive. You can't watch just one.
 
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When cinematographer Polly Morgan reads a script for the first time, she finds herself immersed in images. Her cinematography draws inspiration from art and art history and she finds visuals speak to her on a fundamental level.For A Quiet Place Part II, Polly knew it was important to reference Charlotte Bruus Christensen's previous work on A Quiet …
 
We’re talking about Jeff Bezos’ personal space odyssey; Apple announces new iOS features; Tinder will start blocking people you know; cruise ships are cruising again; California’s insane vaccine lottery scheme; United Airlines to buy supersonic planes; Dolly Parton to spend $500M on a Dollywood expansion; the Avengers open at Disneyland; some are w…
 
For the Disney+ series WandaVision, cinematographer Jess Hall had the opportunity to create the most avant-garde looking project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Jess explored every era of sitcom television to create seven different looks for WandaVision, ranging from the 1950's all the way through the 2000's. Each episode's look came down to rese…
 
Dale & Scott are kicking off the unofficial first day of summer with memories of their trip to Key West; the FAA’s suggestion to start weighing passengers; the #skipthestuff effort to save the planet seems right to us; a “Friends” reunion review; BTS is making more than a few waves at McDonald’s and China; Justin Bieber’s hair controversy; is “Law …
 
Here’s the Ithaca Minute from 14850 Today for May 29th. Memorial Day means there’s no recycling or trash pickup in Tompkins County on Monday, and pickup will be delayed one day for the rest of the week. TCAT buses aren’t running on Monday. The City of Ithaca says municipal offices will be closed, and in addition to trash collection, yard waste coll…
 
Today I chat with Kathleen Cooper-Loher, a retired trauma nurse, about the medical and health benefits of a plant-based diet. Specifically, we discuss the work of Dr Michael Greger who is an advocate for plant-based. Greger brings together the scientific studies from over 50 years of intitutional research. Cooper and I discuss the lack of education…
 
Special: The Cinematography Podcast- War Stories Vol. 6In our sixth War Stories Special, we feature twelve guest's harrowing, hilarious, heartbreaking or heartwarming stories they had while on set, or a formative career experience that led them to the film industry.Find full interviews with each of our featured guests in our archives!Cinematographe…
 
After sampling their coconut shrimp, scallops, and crabcake, I was stunned and happy. Today we chat with Monica Talbert, co-founder and CEO of the Plant-Based Seafood Company. We discuss how they developed such an amazing taste that is so sustainable. We also examine the food revolution we are currently experiencing and what it means for society. g…
 
The job of the assistant director is to work in concert with the director and the DP to get everything done on a movie set. As a 1st AD, Adam Somner is trusted by the industry's top directors to anticipate their needs, motivate the crew, figure out the schedule, and drive the entire production forward to finish each day on time. He finds the best w…
 
It’s a super good time with topless Jeep revelers; Ellen DeGeneres’ show is coming to an end; AT&T is spinning off WarnerMedia to compete with the other streamers; we get lost in TikToc land; what the heck is a dicky doozy?; Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees are announced; pizza vending machines are a thing; you can recycle your Babies; Pokémon ca…
 
Seamus McGarvey is drawn to character-driven stories and loves how the camera studies the face in a very particular way. Even when shooting action-packed shows such as The Nevers, Marvel's The Avengers, or the Oliver Stone film, World Trade Center, Seamus stays focused on the characters and uses a naturalistic approach to his composition.The Nevers…
 
We’re telling you how to get banned from Disneyland; the Golden Globes' fast death; people are disappearing into caves; Conan O’Brien says goodbye to late night; Elon Musk’s “SNL” stint; will cruises come back without children?; Broadway starts announcing return dates; Prince Charming is the next victim of the woke police; National Take Your Parent…
 
Randy Thom feels it's important for the sound elements of a film to be present right from the start, at the script writing stage. Sound is an important tool for a filmmaker because it “sneaks into the side door to your brain” and enhances the emotional impact of the film. As George Lucas once told Randy, sound is 50% of the movie experience. After …
 
It’s May 4th, so we’re celebrating “Star Wars” day; discuss who’s the husband and who’s the wife thanks to our painter; “Paddington 2” is the most perfect movie ever according to y’all; we’re loving Rescue Strong’s commitment to dog adoptions; there is a huge double standard regarding the n-word; PC-ness goes bananas over Sarah Paulson’s fat suit; …
 
Dana Gonzales, ASC loves pushing himself to use creative lighting, lenses and camera moves to transport the audience into the story. While working on the mind-bendingly surreal television series Legion and the cinematic, character-driven crime stories of the series Fargo, Dana found a true creative home with producer and showrunner Noah Hawley. Wit…
 
Breaking down all the odd goods including the dogecoin craze; Elon Musk hosting “Saturday Night Live;” the Harry Potter store in NYC; the Oscars shitshow; we’re halfway to Halloween; Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake; what’s up with Caitlyn for California?; Lavar Burton finally wins a guest gig on “Jeopardy!;” it’s National Superhero Day; Michae…
 
In case you missed it, we are re-releasing our interview with filmmakers Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw on their documentary, The Truffle Hunters from 2020's Sundance Film Festival. The film recently received the ASC Documentary Award.Filmmakers Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw ventured deep in the forests near Alba, Italy for their documentary…
 
Jenelle Riley, Variety's Deputy Awards and Features Editor, discusses the 2021 Academy Awards nominationsLong-time friend and colleague Jenelle Riley of Variety magazine chats with Ben and Illya about Oscar nominations for this very unusual year. They discuss what they liked, what will win, what should win, and their favorite movies of the year tha…
 
On the occasion of 4-20, we’re talking about Lizzo’s drunk DM to Chris Evans; Maya Rudolph’s spot-on Beyoncé and Kamala Harris impressions; ‘Hedwig’ is cast as The Tiger King; should Florence Pugh play Madonna?; Dolly Parton ice cream is a thing; Hank Azaria (unnecessarily) apologizes AGAIN for portraying Apu; did JLo leave Arod for Josh Duhamel?; …
 
In Part 2 of our interview, we continue our conversation with cinematographer Matty Libatique.After Pi, Matty couldn't believe that such a small movie shot on 16mm black and white film opened so many doors for him. He began to get calls for large Hollywood movies, such as Tigerland with director Joel Schumacher. Schumacher, known for big-budget, gl…
 
The guys rant about the depressing so-called comedy “The Connors;” how businesses might not be able to require proof of vaccines; the ‘Ginger Assassin’ scores a 7-10 split; the Oscar nominations AGAIN don’t reflect what the people are watching; Lavar Burton’s “Jeopardy!” campaigning is shameless; The Rock contemplates a POTUS run; Justin Timberlake…
 
Cinematographer Matty Libatique's work ranges from mind-bending features like Pi, Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream to huge Marvel movies such as Iron Man and Birds of Prey. He enjoys balancing his work on both large films and smaller indies in order to feel satisfied and to keep his craft sharp.For his latest film, The Prom, Matty met with direct…
 
For the first episode of the 11th season, we’re talking about our trip back to Las Vegas; Apple’s inside leaker; Tik-Toc creators exposing fast food restaurants; the 17 years cicadas are coming; Fox News is getting a late night comedy show; huge “The Walking Dead” and “Young Sheldon” news; Beyonce’s public storage gets robbed; Gorilla Glue woman is…
 
Maryse Alberti is a very eclectic and prolific cinematographer, shooting documentaries, indie films, television shows, commercials and large films over the course of her career. She prefers films that deal with something real- they don't have to revolutionize the world, but the characters have to be interesting and grounded in reality.On her latest…
 
Here’s the Ithaca Minute from 14850 Today for March 28th. The City of Ithaca is beginning its annual schedule of street cleaning on Monday, March 29, and asks residents to move their cars when their street is scheduled. Signs will go up 24 hours ahead of a street closing, and residents can be notified via Swift911. Cars may be towed as street clean…
 
Cinematographer Dariusz Wolski prefers to take a realistic, documentary approach to most of the movies he shoots. His latest film, the western News of the World, is primarily shot outside using natural light, in a style Dariusz likes to call “well-observed” documentary. As with many of director Paul Greengrass's films, News of the World relies on a…
 
Tommy Maddox-Upshaw, ASC uses light and color to help emphasize the drama and power of each scene on the FX series Snowfall. He enjoys putting opposing colors in the scenes to subtly suggest any underlying subtext and shifts in power between the characters. Tommy knows that understanding light and knowing how to photograph dark skin is important in…
 
Andrew Wallis is the founder of UK Unseen, an organization that is fighting human trafficking and providing support to its victims. We discuss the causes of modern day slavery, it's victims, and efforts to stop it. The UK government recently passed legislation to address Human Trafficking. Business plays a major role as well, but it also requires e…
 
Scott Gingold is a serial entreprenuer and President of Lehigh Valley Technology, an IT service for B2B firms. After connecting on LinkedIn and chatting for several hours, it is clear Scott has a uniquely human view of business that has served him well. He shares some of his approaches and insights that have make his employees happier, his company …
 
Cindy Beers shares holistic techniques to help us deal with the psychological and mental damage done by COVID in the past year. Many of the strategies are effective in dealing with real life drama as well... work stress, PTSD, family dramas... Quality of life is dependent upon good mental health; don't shortchange yourself... Check out Cindy's prog…
 
Tevis Rose Trower is a coach, guide and advisor to companies and leaders, to moms and dads, to the spiritual and the atheist. In her new book, Games Changers: A Guide to Radical Success, she discusses the need for individuals to reconnect with their authentic selves. The modern world changes who we are, weighs on us... grinds us down. When we ask o…
 
The film Promising Young Woman is many things: a dark comedy-noir-thriller-revenge fantasy, and even part romantic comedy. The film centers on Cassie, a smart and complicated character seeking revenge on men who prey on drunk women. Cinematographer Benjamin Kračun first met director and writer Emerald Fennell while working on a short video project …
 
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