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This podcast is a backstage pass to the process of filmmaking from one of the most difficult, little-known, and historically female department head positions on a film crew. Working alongside the director all day, script supervisors have a unique and enlightening view of what it’s really like behind the scenes and on the front line of all the action on set. Each episode features a short interview as well as a topic like Why You should Stop Calling Us “Scripty,” or What really happened with t ...
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Host Leslie LaPage, Director of LaFemme International Film Festival uncovers the Secrets of Filmmaking with her lineup of industry professional guests. In every episode you will learn things like how to make the most out of the film festival circuit, how to find a great distribution partner, how to attract A list talent, finding the perfect representation, the dirty little secrets of Hollywood and much more.
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The Op

Dave Chameides

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Dave Chameides, an A Cam/Steadicam op with 35 years experience, 2 Emmy’s, an SOC Operator of the Year award for his work on Ozark, and a seriously cool collection of international toothpicks, brings you The Op, a podcast about Operating and the Art of Visual Storytelling. Geared towards all storytellers (Ops, DPs, Directors, Writers, and beyond) both young and old, every other week the Op will bring you a new interview with some of the best the film industry has to offer. Website and instagr ...
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Director Ayanna Shon, began her career in television production as a camera operator. She is now even more focused in inspiring and motivating aspiring filmmakers as the creative director and course coach of the CBA Film Academy where she hosts an intensive training academy in preproduction, production and post production. Currently, Ayanna has three of her own movies releasing this year “The Eye (April 4th), “Blood or Not”(10/24) and “Just In Time For The Holidays (11/03). ” When Ayanna Sho ...
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The TV Sect Podcast

Moni Wood and Sierra DuCharme-Hansen

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Welcome to The TV Sect! A podcast dedicated to the cult-like love of television. We’re your hosts, Moni Wood and Sierra DuCharme-Hansen, two emerging TV writers, expert TV watchers. Come share in our devotion to the Cult of TV, as we explore all the sacred things of scripted television. In each episode, we highlight a different aspect of a TV series and explore how it influences a show’s cultism. From teasers to tags, characters to costumes, aliens to zombies, and everything in between. Let ...
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Filmmaking Framed

Filmmaking Framed Ltd.

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Welcome to Filmmaking Framed, the show where we dive deep into the world of filmmaking with industry professionals. Join our hosts, Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes, as they interview talented filmmakers, uncover their journeys into the industry, learn about their roles, and gain valuable advice for launching a successful career in the world of film. Whether you're a student aspiring to work in the industry, or a creative individual passionate about the art of filmmaking, this podcast is your ba ...
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Film students from Scandinavia decided to start our own podcast. We mostly base our conversations around films, and we intertwine our lives into that topic. We hope you enjoy our show, thanks so much for listening.
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The Creative Seat

Samantha K Henderson

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The podcast where the curious & creative come to listen and be inspired by fellow creatives. Your host, Samantha K Henderson, is an award-winning filmmaker who wants to help you find the secret code to unlock your creative process and take your projects to the next level.
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Love and Noraebang

Sonoro | The Mash-Up Americans

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Jaesun, an heir to a Korean chaebol, and Ana, a Mexican American entrepreneur, fall in love in modern day LA. After months of innocent flirting and one passionate karaoke session later, Ana finds out that Jaesun must return to Korea for his two-year military service. And when her business hits an unexpected roadblock, miscommunications ensue. Ana must decide whether she's going to go at it alone or have some faith in her love. Will their relationship survive the distance? Love and Noraebang ...
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Jessica and I talk about the job of the script supervisor, how our duties overlap, is the line actually that important, Knives Out, The Harder They Fall, Game of Thrones, and so much more. Jessica's IMDB Please check us out on the web and instagram and like us and review us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme Music - Tatyana Richaud Theme Mix - Charl…
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Jon is a filmmaker who works primarily on short and feature narrative films. After starting out working in production departments and as a script supervisor on indie films in New York City, he began writing, directing, and producing my own and others' movies. He is particularly interested in dark comedy, thriller, and horror satire films about peop…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, hosts Danion Hughes and Tom Dexter sit down with Stu Laurie, a script supervisor known for his work on projects like "All of Us Strangers," "Miracle Club," and "Silent Witness." Stu delves into the multifaceted role of a script supervisor, revealing how closely it aligns with directing. Discover the intricacies…
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Daniel Carsenty: Berlinale Talents alumni Daniel Carsenty wrote and directed the thriller 'After Spring Comes Fall' in 2015. It won the award for Best Feature at the Zsigmond Vilmos Festival. His second film, 'The Devil's Drivers', a documentary about a Bedouin smuggler, premiered at TIFF in 2021, won the Special Jury Award at the Thessaloniki Docu…
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David and I discuss his work on Apocalypse Now, The Blues Brothers, shooting in the vomit comet for Apollo 13, working with Orson Welles, and so much more. An incredible discussion with an amazingly talented and experienced camera operator! David's IMDB Make sure to take a look at David's podcast page on The Op to see his original storyboards from …
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Alexis Iacono Growing up Bayside, Queens, New York, Alexis' artistic sensibilities have been shaped by a world-class theatre and arts community. Her early stage work included playing Elle in The Meadowlark, portraying Fay Wray (King Kong) She has studied at New York City's HB Studio and the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. Alexis Iacono has been br…
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Heather and I talk about learning filmmaking from the one and only Martin Scorsese, Goodfellas, Happyish, Monsoon Wedding, working with Sydney Lumet, safety on set and so much more. Heather's IMDB Please check us out on the web and instagram and like us and review us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme Music - Tatyana Richaud Theme Mix - Charles Pape…
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Michael Friberg is an award winning editorial and commercial photographer who somehow figured out how to make films despite the fact that the camera equipment is significantly more complicated than stills cameras. His work has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, Esquire, The New Yorker, Time Magazine , Wired, GQ and many more. He h…
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A 5 person operator panel recorded live at Filmscape Chicago 2024. Chicago operators Gary Malouf, Spencer Gillis, Stephanie Dufford, Seth Thomas, and host Dave Chameides, discuss questions about operating including imposter syndrome, how to act on a day call, and much much more. Filmscape Chicago Please check us out on the web and instagram and lik…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, join Chas Harrington as he delves into the world of film runners, sharing invaluable insights for those just starting their careers. Chas, known for his work on popular series like The Witcher and Andor, provides a behind-the-scenes look at the essential role of a film runner. He discusses the day-to-day realit…
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BriGuel, Brianne and Miguel, are a NYC artist couple. The duo produces bilingual, genre borderless music, and film. While collaborating with MusicPromoToday BriGuel released seven singles and two EPs, as well as launched a documentary movie that was featured on Tribeca Film Festival.By Leslie LaPage
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Recorded live in front of an audience at Flilmscape 2024 in Chicago, Gary Malouf and Matt Rozek talk about the incredible work they have done on The Bear, how they deal with hunger pangs at work all day, what a joy it is to work with a great group of dedicated talented people, and so much more. If you enjoyed this podcast, check out The Breakdown e…
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Join us as we sit down with Adam Betterton, an experienced location manager known for his work on projects like Jurassic World Dominion, Killing Eve, and Black Mirror. In this episode, Adam shares his journey into the film industry, the critical role of a location manager, and how he has helped others break into the field. Adam discusses the import…
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On todays episode we talk about getting into the mind of the DP, working with the onset dresser, the ZeeGee, Barry, The Last of Us, and so much more. Side note, this episode was recorded prior to Neal winning the 2024 SOC Ooperator of the Year award for his amazing work on The Last of Us. Neal's IMDB The ZeeGee Neal showing what the ZeeGee can do. …
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In this episode, we feature Francesca Marago, the co-host of "Not The 9-5 Podcast", where she explores the realities of freelance life and offers invaluable advice for aspiring freelancers. Francesca shares her inspiring journey as a dynamic force in the creative industries, juggling roles as an actress, producer, and location manager. From her ear…
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Tom Malloy has been involved for over two decades in all aspects of the film business. He trail-blazed the role of a multi-hyphenate, having approached projects early on as an actor, writer, and producer, recently adding director to his list. Malloy has raised millions for independent films, produced 20 films, written and sold 25+ screenplays, and …
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, we sit down with Holly Mae Gibson, a development and script editor with Big Light Productions, to discuss her six years of experience in the industry. Holly delves into the intricacies of her role, highlighting the importance of nurturing writer relationships, managing various personalities, and developing scri…
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Mike Pennick has recently moved from a career as a dolly grip to full-time B Cam on a hit tv show. We talk about what its like that first week on a set you know in a totally different position, the challenges of being a B Cam op, not psyching yourself out, but psyching yourself up, and so much more. Hear about jumping into the operators seat from s…
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Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of filmmaking with Standby Art Director Becca Salter. In this episode, Becca shares her experiences and insights from working on sets like "Still Up," "Trigger Point," and "Silent Witness." Learn about her journey into the industry, starting with work experience on "Horrible Histories" and her extensive…
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Writer, producer and teacher. Born in Madrid, the son of film director Carlos Saura and film teacher and journalist Adela Medrano, brother of film director Saura Medrano. Either as executive of the film companies LolaFilms and Iberoamericana Films, or as executive producer for the film production companies Zebra Producciones and La Fiera Corrupia, …
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Join us in this episode as we talk with Zsofia Szemeredy, Co-Founder of Green Eyes Productions and a leading sustainability consultant in the film industry. Learn how she tackled the challenge of integrating recycling on set and addressed the carbon impact of film production. Discover sustainable practices like incorporating green solutions into sc…
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Geoff and I discuss the how music can help your operating, how you transition from the sound department to the camera department, Joker, American Hustle, and so much more. Geoff's IMDB Geoff's Walking Backwards interview that he mentions. Please check us out on our website and on instagram and like us and review us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes sit down with film financier Ian Hutchinson. With a career spanning commercial banks, financier Silver Reel, and freelance consulting for private investors and financiers such as Piccadilly Pictures, Ian has been instrumental in funding over 200 films, including acclaimed titl…
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Clay Epstein is President of Film Mode Entertainment, a worldwide sales and production company he launched in March 2016 which aims to present 10-15 theatrical titles a year. Prior to founding Film Mode, Epstein spent several years at Arclight Films as Senior Vice President, Sales and Acquisitions. While there, he represented such feature films as …
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes sit down with filmmakers Alix Austin and Keir Siewert of Switchblade Cinema (https://www.switchblade-cinema.com/) to delve into their debut feature film, "Kill Your Lover," (https://www.kyl-movie.com/) a tale of a toxic relationship interwoven with supernatural elements. Alix …
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A friend pointed out that most people starting out are not going to jump into camera (if that is their goal) and instead will probably start out as PAs on whatever show they can get on. So today we are talking to Lauren Senger (Key PA), Jeff Sweeney (Key PA) and Ana Pellar (First Team PA) about the dos and don'ts, what to do the moment you park you…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, hosts Danion Hughes and Tom Dexter chat with Paul Synnott of Mischief Grips, a grip who's been involved in projects like Masters of the Air, The Great Escaper, and Treason. Paul demystifies the world of grips, explaining their pivotal role in filmmaking with a dash of humour. He reveals what it takes to be a gr…
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Danicah Waldo is a writer, director, and producer based out of New York City. She got her 10,000 hours directing and producing narrative short films for the Applause New York YouTube channel, which now sits at over 1.5 million subscribers and 1 billion views. In 2021 she took a leap to join LIT Videobooks, a startup production company making docume…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, Akbar Kurtha, a 1st Assistant Accountant and actor, sheds light on the pivotal role of production accountants in managing film production finances. Dive into Akbar's comprehensive discussion on accurate record-keeping, handling accounts payable, payroll, tax credits, and VAT refunds. Discover the collaborative …
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Jeff Jur, ASC and Don Devine, SOC have been working together for 35 years and have created some incredible images. In a conversation with the two of them we discuss the operator/DP relationship, how super secret rehearsals work, Bridgerton, The Big Picture, and much much more. Jeff's IMDB Don's IMDB Please check us out on our website and on instagr…
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Join hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes as they dive into the world of film lighting with Mike Bonner, a seasoned best boy electrician who has worked on major projects like Day of the Jackal, A Gentleman in Moscow, and The Reckoning. In this episode, Mike sheds light on the crucial role of a best boy in the electrical department, revealing the behi…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, we dive deep into the world of film locations with Ashleigh Shuttleworth, an experienced Location Coordinator known for her work on projects like 15 Love and Extraordinary Season 2. Discover the secrets behind mastering the logistics of film locations, from managing contracts to coordinating with various depart…
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Leah discusses the job of the stand in, what its like to bake for celebrities and the importance of homemade pies, doing your homework, Ozark, Prisoners, and so much more. Leah's IMDB Please check us out on the web and instagram and like us and review us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme Music - Tatyana Richaud Theme Mix - Charles Papert…
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Have you ever wondered how films pull off spectacular stunts and scenes on the streets of London? In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, we sit down with Steve Dixon, former head of London's Metropolitan Police Film Unit. Steve shares insider stories of coordinating with productions like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Mission: Impossible, and offers va…
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A discussion with Operator Mick Froehlich who has done huge second unit stunts about what to expect when you're working around stunts, how to stay safe, what to look for, and a whole bunch more. It should be noted that Mick is not a stunt coordinator or an expert, but someone with a lot of experience who felt it was important to talk about this con…
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Angeline Walsh is a filmmaker and writer from Cleveland, Ohio. Specializing in period pieces, she has a passion for unusual histories and an interest in portraying what connects people across time. Her most recent projects as a writer-director include "The Haunted Woman," an adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's classic short story The Yellow Wa…
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Are you passionate about the art department in film and TV? Join us on this episode of Filmmaking Framed, where we chat with Marcus Levers-George, an Assistant Art Director with a wealth of experience in high-end productions. Marcus shares insights on overseeing sets and locations, the collaborative process with the art director, and the importance…
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Alan discusses the differences between critique and criticism, his first time seeing a 35mm camera, Six Feet Under, George Wallace, building a network of co-workers, and so much more. This episode was recorded live in front of a studio audience at The Savannah College of Art and Design where Alan is a professor. Alan's IMDB Please check us out on t…
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Join us as Abigail Coniah shares her inspiring journey in the film industry, from her start as an extra in "Attack the Block" and starring in commercials, to creating her own films. We delve into the challenges of being typecast, transitioning from theatre to film, and the importance of patience in building a career. Abigail's resilience in the fac…
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Access Entertainment is a boutique sales agency dedicated to guiding filmmakers and television producers to reach their greatest distribution potential. Before Access, DuBow managed Lightning Entertainment as Executive Vice President and transitioned the company to its corporate owners at the time, Larry Flynt Publications. DuBow was also at First …
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Tune into "Filmmaking Framed" for an engaging episode featuring freelance sound designer and editor, Adam Douglas Jones. Immerse yourself in a lively discussion where Adam draws an inventive comparison between crafting soundscapes and creating 'sound pizzas'—a concept where fewer, high-quality ingredients lead to a more impactful result. He offers …
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Mick discusses starting out in trash TV, flipping back and forth from A Cam to B cam, Indiana Jones, Girls Trip, Hidden Figures, and so much more. Since this podcast was recorded, Mick was nominated for the SOC Operator of the Year for his outstanding work on Leave The World Behind which wasn't out yet. Mick's IMDB Mick's Instagram Please check us …
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In this episode of "Filmmaking Framed," the hosts interview stuntwoman Lucy Johnson. Lucy discusses the preparation and safety measures involved in performing stunts, debunking the misconception of stunt performers as adrenaline junkies. She emphasizes the meticulous planning and training needed for executing dangerous stunts safely, sharing insigh…
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After earning a degree in Theatre and Philosophy at the University of Texas, Ms Spencer moved to New York City, where she attended NYU and The Actors Studio Playwright/Director's Unit, which was run by Elia Kazan and Arthur Penn. She wrote and directed plays in New York City, and was a member of Circle Rep Lab. She also wrote and directed plays in …
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In this captivating episode of "Filmmaking Framed," hosts Tom Dexter and Danion Hughes are joined by Emmy-winning director, Grammy nominated Producer and seasoned location manager Andy Picheta. Andy regales listeners with stories from his illustrious career, highlighting his exceptional work on music videos and concerts for rock legends such as Bon…
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What Went Wrong, one of the best podcasts out there, full stop, that also happens to be about the film industry, did a below the line interview with the great Larry Zanoff, an armorer in the biz, where they discussed gun safety. I highly recommend listening to this episode to ANYONE working in the film industry. A lot of great info. And if you have…
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Gretchen discusses better tips for great handheld, what it's like to be the only operator on a reality series for long shifts, The Real World, Making It, and a whole lot more. Gretchen's IMDB LadyCameraGuy, Gretchen's amazing instagram account Please check us out on the web and instagram and like us and review us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme M…
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In this episode of Filmmaking Framed, industry professional Mike Saxon provides insights into the role of an assistant production office coordinator (APOC) and the various responsibilities involved in supporting film production. The conversation delves into the dynamics of production teams, the hierarchy of roles within the industry, and the import…
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