Best american cinematographer podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
American Cinematographer magazine interviews cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen.
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
American Cinematographer magazine interviews cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen.
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
American Cinematographer magazine interviews cinematographers, directors and other key collaborators involved in creative process of bringing film and television projects to the screen.
 
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Conversations on Cinematography
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Join cinematographers speaking with fellow cinematographers in frank discussions about their work on film and television productions. Sit in on these intimate conversations and learn practical and philosophical secrets about cinematography and filmmaking.
 
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In Episode 4, we discuss director/cinematographer Reed Morano and her work on the Handmaid’s Tale, Skeleton Twins, and Meadowland. In our segment #SoThisHappened we give an update on Louis C.K.’s sexual misconduct and scarcity of women for director/cinematography awards. Our recommendation for this weekend is two features by Andrea Arnold: Fish ...…
 
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Film Yak
 
On this week's episode we discuss the 1997 sci-fi "thriller," Gattaca plus we talk other stuff we watched and answer listener feedback. Enjoy! 0:00 - Intro 3:21 - What We Watched: American Gigolo, Safdie Bros. short films, Stalker, American Werewolf in London, Only God Forgives, The Wrestler, The Meyerowitz Stories, Brawl in Cell Block 99, The ...…
 
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Divine Cinema - Progressive Christian Movie Reviews & Analysis
 
In Divine Cinema’s first outing with an actual good movie, Jeff, Dylan, and Adam have a lively debate about the main character, Sonny, in the 1997 Robert Duvall film, The Apostle. This episode becomes a character study of sorts as our hosts offer up their thoughts on the motivations of the films main protagonist… or antagonist? Film Facts about ...…
 
Valentina Caniglia is a cinematographer that has worked on over 60 film productions, documentaries, music videos commercial work and more. She is known for her work on the film "The Stand" where her astonishing lighting and camera work caught the attention of American Cinematographer magazine which featured an exclusive article in March 2017 is ...…
 
Drew Stone is an American film director, producer, editor and musician. His works include music videos, commercials, documentary films and television. He founded the New York City-based film production company Stone Films NYC and played an active role in the early stages of the American musical movement known as hardcore punk. He was the co-fou ...…
 
First up, [5 mins. 15 secs.] actress & filmmaker Karyn Parsons is the founder of Sweet Blackberry, a non-profit whose mission is to bring lesser known stories about real African American pioneers to children in the form of animated short films. Karyn's latest project which she has written & produced is about the first African American female pi ...…
 
Vintage Lenses for Indie Filmmakers MasterClass w/ Alan Besedin One of the main goals of Indie Film Hustle is to give real world knowledge and resources to indie filmmakers so they can make a living doing what they love. Film gear is a big part of that equation. I always am on the lookout for… The post IFH 164: Vintage Lenses for Indie Filmmake ...…
 
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Shadow Citizen Online
 
Sean Ali Stone, the son of famous film director Oliver Stone, is an American film director, producer, cinematographer, screenwriter and actor. His latest project, a documentary called ‘A Century of War’, gives historical perspective on the US shift to a post industrial society and offers up strategies to reinvigorate US infrastructure. He is th ...…
 
Inspired by the life of singer/songwriter Alyssa Robbins, Becks is not just a lesbian love story, but a universal love story first and foremost that speaks to the broader human experiences of love, heartbreak, and finding one’s place in this world.BECKS, follows an unambitious musician (Becks) who moves back home to St. Louis after a crushing b ...…
 
Veydra Mini Cinema Primes: Real Cinema Lenses You Can Afford If you’re an indie filmmaker and shoot your own stuff, the price of really good glass is generally too damn expensive and cinema-style primes lenses are totally out of reach…until now. Until recently, the most cost effective cinema-style primes lenses have been pre-existing stills len ...…
 
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The Dave Bullis Podcast | Filmmaking | Film School | Screenwriting | Film Marketing | Independent Film | Cinematography | Film | Crowdfunding
 
Steven Bernstein is a screenwriter, director, and cinematographer. He's lensed such films as Monster (Directed by Patty Jenkins), Kicking and Screaming (directed by Noah Baumbach) and Like Water for Chocolate. Interestingly he also shot comedies like The Waterboy, Scary Movie 2, and White Chicks and blockbuster action films like S.W.A.T. He als ...…
 
This week's guests on the Imperfect Podcast are the women from REAL Pictures and founder Jacqueline Real. The REAL Brand NYC is a brand built on humanitarian, forward-thinking ideals. Their first company launch will be REAL Pictures, a production house helmed by #TheREALSisters that produces provocative, female-driven films with a purpose. Its ...…
 
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Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
 
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Iain Marcks (American Cinematographer) returns with Hann Cowger (Cinder Block Comedy Festival) to break down the cyberpunk movement.What is Cyberpunk? What are its politics? Was my mom right about video games? Should I replace my eyes with lasers? Can I just do hard drugs instead? Tune in to find out!Also check out the doc we're talking about i ...…
 
Today we’re talking to award-winning director John Gallagher about his prolific work as an independent filmmaker, educator, and film historian. During our conversation, John discusses how the digital revolution has impacted the film industry. He also reveals how young artists can harness emerging technologies to find financing and self-distribu ...…
 
TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT24 minutesWritten and Directed by Christina Eliopoulostonightandeverynight.comhttps://www.facebook.com/TonightMovie/Yianni is the celebrated star and host of TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT, the talk show that plays in his own beautiful but fractured mind. On one fateful day, Yianni who suffers from dementia, wanders out of his h ...…
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Oscar-winning cinematographer John Toll, ASC discusses his work in the ambitious sci-fi thriller series Sense8, in which a diverse group of eight individuals located around the world find that they are connected via a mysterious form of telepathy.
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Oscar-winning cinematographer John Toll, ASC discusses his work in the ambitious sci-fi thriller series Sense8, in which a diverse group of eight individuals located around the world find that they are connected via a mysterious form of telepathy.
 
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Following Films Podcast
 
Filmmaker Jim Hemphill started as a critic, writing for Film Quarterly, the Chicago Reader, and Cinefantastique, among other publications, while attending the film school at USC. After graduation, he found work as a script reader for directors David Fincher and Ron Shelton before moving on to direct his feature debut, the award-winning horror f ...…
 
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Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
 
“Swimming to Cambodia,” the 1987 film directed by Jonathan Demme, had a rippling influence. It laid the path for a kind of first person storytelling that today is widespread from “This American Life” to “The Moth.” The film is deceptively simple: monologuist Spalding Gray sits behind a desk and tells a stream of consciousness story about workin ...…
 
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Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
 
“Swimming to Cambodia,” the 1987 film directed by Jonathan Demme, had a rippling influence. It laid the path for a kind of first person storytelling that today is widespread from “This American Life” to “The Moth.” The film is deceptively simple: monologuist Spalding Gray sits behind a desk and tells a stream of consciousness story about workin ...…
 
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Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
 
“Swimming to Cambodia,” the 1987 film directed by Jonathan Demme, had a rippling influence. It laid the path for a kind of first person storytelling that today is widespread from “This American Life” to “The Moth.” The film is deceptively simple: monologuist Spalding Gray sits behind a desk and tells a stream of consciousness story about workin ...…
 
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Art Smitten: Reviews - 2017
 
Shining a spotlight on American independent cinema The American Essentials Film Festival, now in its second year, features a range of independent works produced over the last year and timeless American Masterpieces. The Artistic Director, Richard Sowada created a program that captured the essence of American culture. The program features G-Funk ...…
 
Shining a spotlight on American independent cinema The American Essentials Film Festival, now in its second year, features a range of independent works produced over the last year and timeless American Masterpieces. The Artistic Director, Richard Sowada created a program that captured the essence of American culture. The program features G-Funk ...…
 
What can Blade Runner teach us about the art of filmmaking? 1982 was a big year for movies—an existential cyberpunk noir film had a tough time competing with Spielberg’s lovable E.T. and yet, Blade Runner has not only stood the test of time, but it is arguably more popular now than it has ever been. Join me as I take an in-depth look at the con ...…
 
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LoudaVision: The Podcast for Creatives
 
Can we make money doing what we love? Should we aim to be able to use our creativity to pay the bills? Or will keeping our passion away from our paycheck allow for more freedom, because it separates the practical issue of putting food on the table from your creative process?Valentin Farkasch is an Austrian-American filmmaker and photographer. I ...…
 
It's Russ Meyer week, and naturally we're busting out of our tops along with the lovely ladies of the rural Fellini! So button up your blouse and get ready to hit the road, we've got some flicks to discuss. First up! An early Russ Meyer effort pairs him with cinematographer Walter Schenk, who'd go on to lens Faster Pussycat. But who cares about ...…
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Cinematographer Toby Oliver, ACS discusses his work in the horror hit Get Out (2017), in which a young African-American man meets his Caucasian girlfriend’s family for the first time at their estate. The story quickly and wryly descends as he discovers that many local black residents have gone missing.…
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Cinematographer Toby Oliver, ACS discusses his work in the horror hit Get Out (2017), in which a young African-American man meets his Caucasian girlfriend’s family for the first time at their estate. The story quickly and wryly descends as he discovers that many local black residents have gone missing.…
 
Comedian Rufat Agayev (@RufatCamp) and Iain Marcks (American Cinematographer) head into the studio to talk media theory, television's death, internet's birth and how we can use propaganda to do something nice for once.
 
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Indie Film Hustle® Podcast: Filmmaking | Screenwriting | Cinematography | Film School | Film Production | Independent Film | Video
 
Cinema Lenses MasterClass with Matthew Duclos Today we are going deep down the cinema lenses rabbit hole. I was lucky enough to sit down and speak to the “Yoda” of cinema lenses Matthew Duclos. Matthew has been working on lenses for most of his life. Most cinematographers in Los Angeles (and around the world) consider him… The post IFH 147: Cin ...…
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle, ASC, BSC, DFF discusses his work in the political thriller Snowden (2016), which details the real-life story of whistleblower Edward Snowden.
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle, ASC, BSC, DFF discusses his work in the political thriller Snowden (2016), which details the real-life story of whistleblower Edward Snowden.
 
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Daughter of Godcast
 
A podcast about movie making and the scifi featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). Freedom. http://dog.movie/media/episode_027.mp4 Howdy! OMG, this podcast is happening more! Thousands of listens now, more groovy people finding each other every week. Seems like yesterday when we settled into the sound booth for ...…
 
On this episode of Agitate, I’m chatting with Ryan Kernaghan. Ryan is a cinematographer that I’ve worked with on many TV spots. He also does films (check them out here) and his latest is “Bad Day for the Cut“. Today we’re talking about his recent trip to Sundance, gear and the American health care system. You can also find us on iTunes at Agitate…
 
On this episode of Agitate, I’m chatting with Ryan Kernaghan. Ryan is a cinematographer that I’ve worked with on many TV spots. He also does films (check them out here) and his latest is “Bad Day for the Cut“. Today we’re talking about his recent trip to Sundance, gear and the American health care system. You can also find us on iTunes at Agitate…
 
A haunting, artfully understated critique of American gun culture, Tim Sutton’s third feature is loosely based around the 2012 massacre in Aurora, Colorado that took place during a multiplex screening of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Employing a documentary-style technique and a cast of non- professional actors, DARK NIGHT follows the activities of ...…
 
Let’s dream a little: a Hollywood producer has called and wants to turn your book into a blockbuster. What exactly do you do next? In today’s episode, ex-private eye, crime novelist and screenwriter, Cal Moriarty, explains how to prepare for such an eventuality and how to navigate the challenges that follow. From Private Eye to Hollywood Cal’s ...…
 
Mark Earl Johns is on the podcast this week, entertaining us with his back story and his lovely voice. By far this is my favorite podcast to date for back stories because he is so blunt and genuine with what set him on his winding path to the film industry. In today’s episode we get into the hairy political topic of Squirrel Rights. Everyone ar ...…
 
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Jedi News: A Star Wars Podcast Network
 
Grab your bookmarks, it's time to Take Cover as we focus on the writings of the Star Wars galaxy. This month Brian is joined by Rich Handley and Joseph F. Berenato to discuss the new book A Galaxy Far, Far Away: Exploring Star Wars Comics and chats with Jon Witmer, Managing Editor of American Cinematographer magazine. Brian, Matt and Mark discu ...…
 
On a disturbing but profound episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — we delve into the shocking Wisconsin Slenderman stabbing case and the eloquent HBO documentary, BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN, detailing the crime and its psycho-cultural setting with the film’s producer ...…
 
Yiddish is a language developed among the Jewish population of Central Europe in the 9th century as a mix of their Biblical Hebrew, and the German and other modern languages of the day. Before World War II, it was spoken by upwards of 13 million people. Today, in the US, it is estimated to only be spoken by less than 200,000. The scarcity of sp ...…
 
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StoryWeb: Storytime for Grownups
 
This week on StoryWeb: Solomon Northup’s book Twelve Years a Slave. Though slave narratives were widely read in the antebellum United States (and in fact were one of the most popular genres at that time), they are mostly read now primarily in American history and literature classes. My mother-in-law, Eileen Rebman, taught a variety of slave nar ...…
 
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The ONLY Podcast about Movies
 
By request, we try out some American Honey with cinematographer and friend of the show Brandon Ripley (IG @ripleyb). Taking a trip through a rarely seen America with a gang of magazine subscription selling teenagers, Matt and Shahir hit the road in 4:3 and learn what Darth Vadar really looks like under that mask!American Honey is available now ...…
 
Steven Johnson's latest book Wonderland charts the human impulse to play. In particular, how play has shaped our world and led to our greatest discoveries. Johnson, a historian, argues that play ��— our pursuit of surprise, pleasure, pure and simple joy — is the primordial soup from which the most amazing advances and innovations rise. Also, OK ...…
 
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American Cinematographer Podcasts
 
Recorded at the 2016 Camerimage Film Festival in Bydgoszcz, Poland, American Cinematographer magazine contributor Iain Marcks leads ASC members Vittorio Storaro, Robert Yeoman, Roberto Schaefer and Edward Lachman in a wide-ranging panel discussion on issues of technology and creativity.
 
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