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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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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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Whirleybird Productions presents the Film Finance and Distribution Podcast: a deep dive into the business backbone of the cinematic world. We engage in insightful conversations with accomplished filmmakers, seasoned entertainment lawyers, and pivotal industry insiders. Our goal? To demystify the complex realms of film finance and distribution, equipping the next generation of filmmakers, producers, and cinema enthusiasts with knowledge about success stories, safe working practices, script ac ...
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Distribution Matters

Lucy Martirosyan, Jessica Eklund, and Josh Braun

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A series of informal interviews with presenters at the upcoming Distribution Matters pre-conference event, to be held this May at the International Communication Association's annual meeting in San Diego.
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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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Film and Family

Kent & Anna Thalman

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We're a married couple of filmmakers, supporting our family of seven through doing work we love, together. It's been a long and difficult journey, and we still have a lot to learn, but for us, it's well-worth the effort. We developed this podcast and the Feature Filmmaker Academy for anyone who wants a career making feature films, especially those balancing that pursuit with the responsibility of parenthood and providing for a family. Tune in as we study success patterns of industry professi ...
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Film Roundtable was to created as space for artists in the industry to talk openly and freely about what is present for them at this unprecedented moment in time. Most of us have found ourselves, until just recently, in a sort of worldwide, collective pause. We have had an abundance of time to be quiet, to go inside ourselves, to listen, but most importantly to imagine the change we want to see in our own lives and careers as well as for the collective as a whole. A quality of life greater n ...
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EPD's AM Drive-In

Marian Giorgakis and Chrissy Forbes

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WHAT IS EPD'S AM Drive-In? EPD's AM Drive-In features Mother Marian (Marian Giorgakis) and MM 2.0 (Chrissy Forbes). Listen in during your morning commute as they discuss all things industry related.
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covering one minute of the film 'ex machina' each tuesday, exploring topics related to philosophy, filmmaking, gender roles, and the meaning of life. one show of an existential trilogy along with 'the groundhog day project: minute by minute' and 'eternal sunshine of the spotless minute'.
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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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The Light Is Not Right—affectionately referred to as “T-Linr” in our studio—is a happy product of our fascination with the film industry’s inner workings. Join us as we explore the minds of seasoned veterans and special guests, on a quest for constant movie magic.
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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 Indie Film Academy® Podcast features interviews with industry insiders in every aspect of the filmmaking process. Our goal is to give filmmakers as much information as possible about the entire filmmaking process so that they don't make the mistakes that many filmmakers have made in the past. Our focus is not simply on one way to make a film, but of the many different ways that filmmakers have found success with a variety of funding and distribution strategies. We also discuss technical ...
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Orwo Family is a global film and entertainment company that strives to connect artists, film and media producers, professionals, and distributors through our platform. Orwo Family connects creatives from every background, who share a desire to make incredible work. We're a community of film and media professionals from all over the globe. We are a platform for artists, film and media producers, professionals, and distributors to find each other.
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Big Apple Film Festival

Big Apple Film Festival

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Big Apple Film Festival podcast is hosted by festival founder and director Jonathan Lipp. The primary purpose of the podcast is to communicate with filmmakers, producers, actors and screenwriters about upcoming and previous film festival events, as well as filmmaker and screenwriter interviews and profiles.
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Supernova

Supernovapodcast

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Playful conversations about things we don’t know. The hosts, Marco Germinario and Alessandro Maccarini, discuss topics in an explosion of childish curiosity: astronomy, psychology, sociology, technology, literature, writing and much more.
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LIVE film-focused podcast featuring in-depth interviews with filmmakers, actors, and other members of the horror community. Takeover Tuesday aims to break down and discuss the various aspects of the filmmaking process while also diving into some of our favorite flicks. Hosted by Benner from Black Fawn Distribution.
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WICT Wisdom

WICT Southern California

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WICT Wisdom, presented by WICT Southern California and hosted by Stephanie Cobian, is an inside conversation with a variety of women leaders who are developing and transforming the media industry.
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Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing hosted by directors. Each week we interview filmmakers on writing, cinematography, development and acting to learn how to build a successful career as a filmmaker in the Hollywood industry. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Behind the Scenes - A Vidcast about Movies in Production Hosts Shaun Stewart and Eric Fell keep you up to date with insider production info and compelling movie news delivered with verve and enthusiasm.Be sure to join Eric and Shaun every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at noon as they take you behind-the-scenes of the latest films in production and explore the most recent films to join the MovieSet. They’ll also highlight exclusive content, cast & crew interviews, B-roll footage, trailers, ...
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Down and Dirty DV

Anthony Q. Artis

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Any Budget. Any Camera. Any Time. That's how we roll. Down and Dirty DV is all about digital guerrilla filmmaking. If it's video and low-budget, let's talk about it. "It doesn't take money to make films...It takes resources," and we are all about helping you maximize your resources with tutorials, candid advice, filmmaking resources and interviews with the front line troops of DV filmmaking. Be sure to hit the "SUBSCRIBE" button if you're down with Down and Dirty DV. Our podcasts alternate b ...
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Are you tired of watching your Spotify streams stack up and having no income to show for it? Maybe you’ve been creating music most of your life and you’re looking to finally have your music heard and get paid for it? Created by Music Supervisor & Licensing Expert, Jody Friedman, who has licensed over 10,000 songs to Feature Films, Movie Trailers, Brand Ad Campaigns, TV Shows, and Video Games, this podcast was created to educate and inspire composers, songwriters, producers, and artists and t ...
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Roger Bolton, formerly presenter of BBC Radio 4's 'Feedback' launches his very first podcast. Free from the constraints of broadcasting on the BBC, with a few more opinions and casting his net a little bit wider to encompass the whole of the BBC, Roger examines the issues that are facing the corporation and public service broadcasting. Find all our podcasts here And please support this podcast by subscribing here We also support VLV (Voice of the Listener and Viewer) which represents the int ...
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Tales From Hollywoodland

Tales From Hollywoodland

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TALES FROM HOLLYWOODLAND is a fast-paced weekly show business podcast, with an emphasis on all genres of movies; classic to current, as well as Broadway, TV, Cable, and Streaming. Hollywood vets Arthur Friedman, Steve Rubin, and Julian Schlossberg will be interviewing Hollywood luminaries, treating the listeners to decades worth of stories, anecdotes, insider viewpoints, candid opinions, as well as vivid and often hysterically funny celebrity encounters. From Sinatra to Cruise, Redford to Di ...
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Surrealist Pictures is a production company and video content producer. We have production experience on everything from films and concerts to social media promotional video. Join us on our podcast Lost in Hyperspace where we talk about all things media and film related. Also be sure and check us out on our website as well as Facebook and Twitter for more information about the company.
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The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast shows you how to make your screenplays bulletproof. Weekly interviews with Oscar® and Emmy® award winning screenwriters, story specialists, best-selling authors, Hollywood agents and managers, and industry insiders. We cover every aspect of the screenwriting process. This is the screenwriting podcast for the rest of us. No fluff. No BS. Just straight talk that will help you on your screenwriting journey. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning ...
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Over $1 Billion dollars has been pledged to Kickstarter campaigns since its launch in April of 2009. Traditionally a site for funding Film and Music, Kickstarter has become a great place for anyone with a dream to see them realized. With Kickstarter you don't need a publisher or a big company, just the courage to ask.
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The Goonies 25th Anniversary Celebration

Warner Bros. Digital Distribution

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Look back at this cherished film with interviews and special recollections captured at a 25th Anniversary event held on the Warner Bros. lot. Cast and crew members were in attendance including notables like Corey Feldman, Jeff Cohen, Jonathan Ke Quan and Richard Donner. The Goonies plunges a band of small heroes into a swashbuckling surprise-around-every corner quest beyond their wildest dreams! Following a mysterious treasure map into a spectacular underground realm of twisting passages, ou ...
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The In Motion Storytellers podcast goal is to inform and equip filmmakers to succeed from anywhere. Through interviews with top professionals in the film, TV and online distribution space, we will share advice on making a living as a filmmaker in the 'flyover states', conversations on what the most pivotal decisions that led to our guests success, and what it takes to have work/life balance as a filmmaker. This podcast will focus more on the business and entrepreneurial side of filmmaking in ...
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Warner Bender Podcast

Full Dino Prod. (@ZeitChrist)

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We talk about WB the same way people talk about Disney. I've been a fan of Warner Brothers ever since the very first time I went to the movie theater at three years old, the movie was Who Framed Roger Rabbit and the moment was when Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse fell through the sky together. Ever since then I thought of Warner and Disney as parallel synergistic entities. Even through the 90s where they had the 2nd generation of Looney Tunes with Spielberg's Tiny Toons Adventures, Animaniacs, F ...
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Every Thursday, Noam shares valuable insight into the world of micro-budget filmmaking, geared towards true DIY filmmakers looking to get out there and create their own films. This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5470278/advertisement
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Where do I distribute the funds that I have procured for my film? How much will each facet of making a movie cost me so that I know how to lay out the budget? Once you have finished your film, you can receive laurels from festivals; even the small film festivals. These laurels help promote trailers and posters that are used to market your film to t…
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Whether you are an industry professional, a new or established filmmaker with compelling stories, cautionary tales, industry insights, or unique funding and distribution experiences, we invite you to email filmfinancepodcast@gmail.com to potentially feature on our show; please include screener links if available, and we'll respond to every submissi…
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Join the conversation as filmmaker Matthew Taggart pulls back the curtain on the life of an indie filmmaker, from his first leap into directing with "The Counterfeit Kid" to managing the delicate balance of family and film. Matthew's journey offers a relatable peek into the highs and lows of bringing a vision to the big screen, navigating through t…
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Television editor and author Gael Chandler is on the hot mic today. Most of you may know by now that I started out in post as an editor. Anytime I have another editor on it’s like sailors recalling old battle stories, which are always very entertaining. It is a whole other world when a director says, ‘CUT!’ to the final scene and the elves of film …
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It's a Matt & Oren episode! This week, the fellas do a little catching up and dive into all things networking! Who you should be networking with, how you should network, and the different places and platforms you should consider when networking! Matt's Endorsement: Spider Short Film & Skadis Pegboards Oren's Endorsement: YouTube Premium & Slice of …
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https://www.theguerrillarep.com/ Ben Yennie is an American producer's representative, speaker, author, and entrepreneur working at the intersection of technology and film. He's helped to package, finance, market, and distribute several films, generally receiving the title of executive producer for his role as a producer's rep. He has written three …
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As its success with the "Scream" franchise can attest, Project X Entertainment knows its way around the horror genre. But now the indie production outfit is back in theaters with untested IP in the form of "Abigail." Nevertheless, Project X principal William Sherak is confident lightning will strike twice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
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In this episode of "Tales from Hollywoodland," the hosts and their guest Lee Tsiantis discuss the silent film era's rich history and its profound impact on the film industry. They explore the origins of film, animation, the transition to sound films, and the challenges actors faced during this shift. The conversation covers the low survival rate of…
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Max Cotton is a former BBC political reporter who has spent a year finding out if he can grow and produce 100% of his food on his smallholding near Glastonbury. We discuss his BBC Radio 4 documentary series on the experiment 'Growing Solo', as well as exploring food and farming literacy, food security and self sufficiency in the UK. "As a group of …
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On today's episode I’m talking with Lisa Downs about her experiences distributing several documentary features which she collectively calls the “Life After” series. Each documentary catches up with the actor who played the lead character of an iconic movie, giving us a look at the paths their lives followed after such a unique and transformative ex…
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This week we welcome writer and showrunner Debby Wolfe on the show to talk about being the creator/showrunner of Lopez vs. Lopez and how she landed that show after working her way up in writers rooms. After that we play another round of Ask The Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show …
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1) Paul's career background-- Technicolor, Disney, Discovery, Struum; 2) Paul's mentor and move into strategy; 3) Getting the call from Disney; 4) The "moment when my career trajectory changed"; 5) How to use viewer data to be cool at cocktail parties ; 6) QuickPlay's focus on Tier 1 customers; 7) QuickPlay's USP: architecture and culture; 8) Quick…
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This week, host Jorden Guth continues his conversation with Dr. Peter Schuck, technical director at Paradigm Electronics Inc. The two cover the birth of Anthem Room Correction, the pros and cons of IIR and FIR filters, side quests, diversions, why flat in-room response isn’t actually the goal, and how ARC has evolved in response to market pressures…
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What if indie filmmakers could access the same virtual production systems used on the hit Disney+ show The Mandalorian? What if you could use that same technology at home for your productions? What if it cost less than most RED Camera packages? Today's guest wants to do exactly that. Rene Amador is the co-founder and CEO of the virtual production t…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 222 from August 2019 with writer director Kevin O’Brien who talks about making his first feature film At The End of the Day and making the movie in his home town. I thought this was a nice pairing for Nathan because they both raised the budgets for their films on their o…
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This week, Matt & Oren chatted with Eddie Schmidt about directing the new Peacock Original, Good One: A Show About Jokes, and the process behind empowering his interview subjects to be the funniest and most authentic versions of themselves. Matt's Endorsement: X-Men 97 Oren's Endorsement: Sergio's Dance Video & Savanah Moss Eddie's Endorsement: Pro…
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Think the market for adult-focused specialty films is dead? Peter Kujawski, chairman of Focus Features, explains why you’re wrong. As the film industry gathers in Las Vegas this week for CinemaCon, Kujawski talks about the state of moviemaking, exhibition, and walks through key lessons from the strike-challenged 2023 box office (takeaway No. 1 – or…
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Our guest, Rachel Elizabeth Seed, is a DIRECTOR/PRODUCERoriginally from London, and is a Los Angeles and Brooklyn-based nonfiction storyteller working in film, photography and writing. Join us as Rachel talks about her feature documentary Photographic Memory. She says this about the film ... "After a decade+ of shooting, editing, and producing, my …
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This week on Tales from Hollywoodland, Arthur, Julian and Steve explore the mannerisms, machismo and mythos of the truly iconic actor, Marlon Brando. From yelling "Stella!" so memorably in A Streetcar Named Desire, to his mumblings in the jungle in Apocalypse Now, with a visit along the way to The Wild One, Guys and Dolls, The Young Lions, The Godf…
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Steve Rudzinski has carved out an impressive career for himself making and distributing a wide variety of indie films. Along the way Steve leaned heavily on horror conventions to sell his movies and build a strong and loyal fan base. Through his scrappy efforts, Steve managed to get to a place where he rejects traditional distribution options in fa…
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This week we welcome Writer Director Nathan Blackwell to talk about writing and directing his latest feature The Last Movie Ever Made which he made on a shoestring budget in a small Arizona Town. After that we play another round of Ask the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show which…
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WICT Wisdom's Stephanie Cobian interviews Gloria Jolley and Paola Velasquez Stephanie is joined by Gloria Jolley and Paola Velasquez, The WICT Network: Southern California Chapter Mentorship Program Co-Chairs. Gloria and Paola highlight the WICT Network: Southern California Mentorship Program, how the program works, how to be a part of it, and the …
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Film Roundtable is thrilled to be joined this week by Roshan Sethi, a screenwriter, director, and physician, to discuss his most recent film, A Nice Indian Boy. Alongside Roshan, we’re joined by the incomparable Amy Vincent, who lensed the film which had its SXSW premiere this year. Led by Maria Prieto, this conversation dives deep into their colla…
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Today on the show we have filmmaker and Filmtrepreneur Patrick Solomon. Patrick is the mastermind behind the celebrated film Finding Joe.Finding Joe is an exploration of famed Mythologist Joseph Campbell's studies and their continuing impact on our culture. Through interviews with visionaries from a variety of fields interwoven with enactments of c…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 152 from way back in April of 2018 with Ian James Duncan who talked about making a web series fan film based on Half Life which received over a million views online. We thought this was a good match for the Ren team because they both talk about web series and how they ca…
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Matt & Oren are joined by Danielle Aufiero, Mary Ruth Manley, and Jane Flowers for a special casting-themed LIVE SHOW at the Lee Strasberg Institute! Matt's Endorsement: Grandpa's Weeder Oren's Endorsement: The Lost Endorsement Danielle's Endorsement: Parmesan Cheese, Boy Swallows Universe, Underestimated: The Wisdom and Power of Teenage Girls Jane…
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Premiering April 3, the six-part series hosted by futurist Ari Wallach seeks to counter pop culture’s dystopian view of life in the coming centuries with visits to real-world entrepreneurs, inventors, artists and activists who are pursuing hopeful and innovative solutions for a range of social ills. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
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Dive deep into the shadows of Hollywood's past with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we uncover the riveting story of J. Edward Bromberg and his tragic entanglement with The Hollywood Blacklist. From his prolific career on stage and screen to his unjust persecution during the McCarthy era, we explore the tumult…
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I’m so excited to bring you this one today … it’s a long one, but I promise it’s worth it. Mark Stolaroff has been making films for over three decades, and in that time he’s seen the state of the industry and independent film distribution go through so many changes. I think that history is very important for filmmakers today to understand, because …
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This week we welcome Ren: The Girl with The Mark Co Creators/Directors/Writers, Kate Madison and Christopher Dane and current showrunner DP and Writer Neil Oseman on the show to talk about how they made two seasons of a Fantasy web series on roughly a $40k budget. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all list…
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This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by Dr. Peter Schuck, technical director at Paradigm Electronics Inc., to discuss his history in hi-fi, how he ended up at the NRC, how his work with Dr. Floyd Toole evolved into the pioneering Athena project, and exactly what sorts of tests he and others constructed and conducted to determine listener preferenc…
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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 125K, the crew was almost entirely film students, shot in 13 days in Texas, distributed worldwide by Vertical Ent. for 10 theater release this past June and originated as a pitch for Rebel Without a Crew TV show and was turne…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 336 from September 2021 with director Ben Hickernell who talks about raising the funds for his features, especially his fifth feature What We Found which is a Who Done It but set in high school. We thought this was a good match for Travis because they both made who done …
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Director Brenton Gieser hops on the pod with Matt & Oren this week to discuss his upcoming documentary feature: The 50! Matt's Endorsement: Chuao Chocolate & A Real Camera Oren's Endorsement: Gawx Interview & IG Networking Brenton's Endorsement: The Eleven by Kyle Rutkin & Directing Actors Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. …
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For years, Steve Kaplan has been one of the industry's most respected and sought-after experts on comedy. His first book, The Hidden Tools of Comedy is a best-seller in its field, and his second book, The Comic Hero's Journey: Serious Story Structure for Fabulously Funny Films was recently released in an audio version. In addition to having taught …
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Rory Cellan-Jones, former BBC Technology and Business Correspondent examines Tim Davie’s, the BBC’s Director General speech on the BBC’s future priorities. He also explores life after the BBC, discussing his, ‘Movers and Shakers’ Parkinson’s podcast, his family memoir ‘Ruskin Park’ and his forthcoming book on #SophieFromRomania - his beloved rescue…
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Audible's Rachel Ghiazza (chief content officer), Kate Navin (head of creative development for North America) and Pat Shah (head of content acquisition and development) discuss the company's unique position in the audio marketplace and why they are revving up original content for the Amazon-owned subscription platform. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
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Step into the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas' golden era with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we journey through the captivating history of the Rat Pack and their legendary reign over the iconic city. From Frank Sinatra's smooth crooning to the high-stakes antics of Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr., we uncover …
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Today I’ve got an interesting one for you, kind of breaking the formula of the show a little bit, which is normally talking to filmmakers about their distribution experiences. But in this case we’re going to spread our wings a bit and talk about film festivals … which for many filmmakers is indeed a very important part of the early distribution exp…
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This week we welcome Writer Director Travis Burgess on the show to talk about writing and directing his first feature film Hayseed and how he made a who done it on a budget. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! A big note for all listeners! Apple podcasts has frozen all of your downloads of the show which is killing our num…
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On this Thursday bonus episode we are going to play the interview from episode 160 with Howard Franklin about his long career in hollywood as a writer and director. I thought he was a good match for Adam because Adam also wrote many features before directing his first feature, just like Adam. After that we play another round of The Game, enjoy! A b…
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In today’s episode, we take you back to the late 90s and early 80s hip-hop and skateboarding culture in New York City with director Jeremy Elkin’s new documentary, ‘All The Streets Are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding.’In the late 80s and early 90s, the streets of downtown Manhattan were the site of a collision between two vibra…
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This week, Josh Forbes hops on the pod to chat with Matt & Oren about his brand new, goopy horror feature: Destroy All Neighbors! Matt's Endorsement: Vidiots Oren's Endorsement: Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Manscaped Commercial Josh's Endorsement: Yes & Disco Elysium Contribute to the Just Shoot It Patreon and help the show. Get a Free copy of ShotLister Pro!…
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In the week that Ofcom finds GB News in breach of its code five times but will face no sanction, we talk to Chris Banatvala, Ofcom’s founding Director of Standards, and Content Board member, who was responsible for drafting and enforcing its codes. He is now an independent member of the Sky News Board, Channel 4’s online independent complaint revie…
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Catch an exclusive glimpse into the legendary world of Hollywood with our latest episode of The Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! Join us as we sit down with acclaimed author Scott Eyman for an enlightening discussion on his book, delving deep into the life and legacy of the iconic John Wayne. From his early days to his rise as an American cinemati…
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My guest today is Samuel Calvin Morrison, an independent filmmaker based in Philly, talking about his distribution experiences with his first self-driven feature film, By Deception, and how that informed his later experiences. Sam takes us through the story of making and releasing the film, including some less-than-optimal experience with a -- dare…
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This week we welcome writer/director Adam Cooper on the show to talk about his career as a screenwriter and making his first feature film as a director, Sleeping Dogs starring Russel Crowe. After that we play another round of You’re the Expert, enjoy! Sleeping Dogs releases Only in Theaters on Friday, March 22 so make sure to get your tickets now! …
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