Best film festival podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Timothy Plain 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.
 
Austin Film Festival's On Story Podcast is the companion to Austin Film Festival's television show, On Story. Get an uncensored inside look at the creative process of filmmaking through the eyes of some of the entertainment industry's most prolific writers, directors and producers.
 
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Film Festival Radio
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The show covers the world film festivals, indie film makers, producers, actors, along with TV personalities.
 
Podcast by Christopher Holland
 
WNYC is partnering with the Tribeca Film Festival for the second year in a row to bring exclusive recordings of panels, discussions and interviews straight to your podcast feed. Hear conversations about the festival’s selected films, as well as the entertainment industry at large, with such luminary voices as George Lucas, Courtney Love, and Christopher Nolan. Find the full selection of talks here, along with 2014’s panels, and subscribe to the podcast to hear them all.
 
This is where we chronicle LSFF
 
Film Festival Hacks Podcast pulls back the curtain on the mysterious world of film festivals and explores the festival circuit from both sides of the badge. Hosts Alex Ferrari (www.indiefilmhustle.com) is an award winning filmmaker with nearly 600 international film festivals under his belt. He’s joined by Chris Holland (www.filmfestivalsecrets.com), author of Film Festival Secrets: A Handbook for Independent Filmmakers who has worked closely with more than 200 film festivals including Sunda ...
 
Meet The Artists is an annual series of interviews with the filmmakers in the competitive categories of the Sundance Film Festival
 
SundanceTV hosts interviews and panels with established and emerging film talent at the Sundance Film Festival. Look for our podcast in the Podcasts app or in the iTunes Store.
 
The Can You Take It Film Festival is a group of friends that endure marathon movie viewing, discuss upcoming media, and record this podcast on a biweekly basis. Check out our blog at http://canyoutakeitfilms.blogspot.com/ .
 
Film Festival on Radio is a show that introduces indie films and web movies. Guests include professionals in the movie making business.
 
Filmmaker Lou Howe, producers Ben Howe and Luca Borghese, and actor Rory Culkin discuss their film Gabriel. First-time writer-director Lou Howe’s drama focuses on a vulnerable and confused young man who longs for stability and happiness.
 
The William & Mary Global Film Festival takes place annually in February at the Kimball Theatre and brings world cultures to Williamsburg through film. The festival is a four-day event organized around a broad annual theme and featuring screenings of international-, student-, and alumni-produced films, live performances, presentations, guest filmmakers, and receptions. Local audiences of students, faculty, and other community members also consider each year’s theme through pre-festival serie ...
 
Spanish Film Festival 2015
 
Film Festival reViews – A Tryst For Indie Film Lovers
 
This podcast aims to give a flavour of festival events as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival (SMHAFF). As well as interviews with key individuals (promoters, artists, contributors etc) we will also bring you some feedback from to those attending events and exclusive event recordings.Contact us at podcast@highlandmhfestival.com
 
Join us on the red carpet, at the theatres and in the streets daily from 4-22 June. Our podcasts offer a unique insight into the festival, with 'behind the scenes' glimpses, close encounters and interviews with special guests. Nobody, from audiences and crew to celebrity patrons, will be safe from the cameras when our Podcasters hit Sydney's streets.
 
iTunes travelled to the country town of Dungog to participate in this year’s festival recording two diverse discussions featuring high profile directors, actors, and writers who discussed their work and careers in the Australian film industry.
 
Director Andrew Disney, writer Bradley Jackson, and actors Jake Lacy, Brian McElhaney, Nick Kocher, Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharaoh, Beck Bennett, and Nikki Reed discuss their film Intramural. The movie is a hilarious sendup of inspirational sports movies, focusing on a hapless intramural football team that reunites for one final showdown.
 
To celebrate the Sydney Film Festival and the spirit of filmmaking, the Apple Store hosted free workshops and events, including the popular Meet the Filmmaker series.
 
The official podcast for the Interrobang Film Festival which takes place during the Des Moines Arts Festival the last weekend in June downtown Des Moines, Iowa. The views and opinions expressed in the interviews heard on this podcast are not necessarily reflect the views of the Interrobang Film Festival or the Des Moines Arts Festival.
 
Podcasts from the Montclair Film Festival
 
Listen to film makers discuss their movies that premiered at this year’s Dungog Film Festival.
 
Stop by for the Tribeca Film Festival Sneak Peek, and get a glimpse of the work by a few of this year’s filmmakers, including the documentary films "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me" (director Chiemi Karasawa), "Teenage" (writer/director Matt Wolf), and "Dancing in Jaffa" (producer Diane Nabatoff). Also showing in the Sneak Peek are the narrative features "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors" (director Sam Fleischner) and "Sunlight Jr." (writer/director Laurie Collyer), as well as the comedy "A Birder’ ...
 
Catch the latest action from the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival starting on April 22. Get a peek behind the scenes from some of the film industry's leading actors, writers, and directors. Hear what they're up to and learn how they brought their stories to the big screen. Also enjoy talks from the 2007 and 2008 series, included here as well.
 
First-time director Gia Coppola and actors Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff discuss their film Palo Alto. This vibrant and cinematic immersion in the high school experience follows overlapping stories of teens and the adults around them in the titular town.
 
The official podcast of the Sunscreen Film Festival, featuring news from the film world, tips for indie filmmakers, interviews with film professionals, and much more. Email us at podcast(at)sunscreenfilmfestival(dot)com.This feed features an audio-only mp3 version of the feed. An enhanced version in AAC format featuring graphics and links is also available
 
Listen to previews, reviews, and press conferences with the directors of this year’s films at the New York Film Festival. This podcast and its participants are not affiliated with the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
 
Director David Mackenzie and actor Jack O’Connell discuss their film Starred Up. This tense and unpredictable drama explores the life of a young offender so violent and volatile that he is “starred up” — prematurely moved to an adult prison.
 
The Apple Store celebrates the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival with an event series featuring the amazing talent behind many of the festival favorites. Subscribe to the podcast to hear behind-the-scenes stories and insights from these fantastic filmmakers and actors.
 
Filmmaker Ryan Piers Williams, actor-producer America Ferrera, actor Jon Paul Phillips, and Producer Kwesi Collisson discuss their film X/Y. The character-driven drama centers on the shifting sexual and romantic relationships among four restless New Yorkers searching for a sense of intimacy and self-identity.
 
Get a glimpse of the work by some of this year's filmmakers, including the documentary films Ballet 422 (director Jody Lee Lipes) and An Honest Liar (director Justin Weinstein). Also showing in the Sneak Peek are the narrative features Below Dreams (writer/director Garrett Bradley), Summer of Blood (writer/director Onur Tukel), and Match (writer/director Stephen Belber).
 
The director Deborah Chow, acclaimed actor and his co-star Isabelle Blais discuss their new drama, “The High Cost of Living”. One night, Henry’s (Braff) and Nathalie’s (Blais) lives tragically collide, forcing them both to confront loss, love, and life—and to decide whether the high cost of living is worth the price.
 
The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) Research Methods Festival 2012 filmed sessions
 
Join filmmaker Gaukur Úlfarsson and Icelandic comedian Jon Gnarr as they discuss their documentary, “Gnarr”. Following his country’s economic meltdown, Gnarr formed a punk political party and ran for mayor of Reykjavik. When support for Gnarr’s mayoral bid snowballs, what began as a joke quickly captures the imagination of a nation desperate for a change.
 
Unofficial News and Stories from the Sundance Film Festival
 
11th Annual Gen Art Film Festival - Get behind the scenes at this hyper-curated week championing today's most talented emerging North American independent filmmakers & their audiences. 7 Premieres followed by 7 by soon-to-be legendary parties. The podcast features our host DavidJr.com, on the scene, experiencing the festival firsthand and interviewing the directors, actors and attendees.
 
Writer/director/star Jon Favreau discusses his culinary adventure Chef. The film follows a talented chef who has a social media-fueled meltdown, then hits the road with his son and sous chef to launch a food truck business.
 
Join Mitch and special guests as they discuss the film of the week from the Robot Panic Summer Film Festival
 
iTunes travelled to the country town of Dungog to participate in this year’s festival recording two diverse discussions featuring high profile directors, actors and writers who discussed their work and careers in the Australian film industry.
 
Join filmmaker and actor Ed Burns as he discusses his new film, Newlyweds. Referred toas a “companion piece of sorts” to his previous work, Sidewalks of New York, which followed the interwoven lives and lovesof six New Yorkers, Newlyweds takes place entirely in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City.
 
Filmmakers Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke discuss their riveting documentary Point and Shoot. The film follows the true story of a young man from Baltimore whose wanderlust leads him to Libya, where he joins the rebel army in its effort to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
 
Writer-director Angus MacLachlan and actors Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, and Audrey Scott discuss their film Goodbye To All That. The story follows a recently divorced man who is thrust into the uncharted territory of single fatherhood, and—even more frightening—getting back into the rather unpredictable dating pool.
 
Nathaniel R and guests discuss actresses, directors, the Oscars, current cinema and old favorites
 
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Film Threat
Weekly+
 
The OFFICIAL podcast of Film Threat, hosted by Chris Gore.
 
The official podcast of TheFilmStage.com. This feed is for RSS purposes.
 
Join the talented director as he discusses his film Flowers of Evil. Set in Paris, this experimental drama organically incorporates YouTube documentation of Iran’s 2009 post-election demonstrations and the government’s brutal reprisals into a tender love story between an Algerian-French hotel bellman and an Iranian student.
 
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Coming back to the Tribeca Film Festival every year is Home. My backyard from New Jersey and access to some of the most interesting, spine tingling and controversial work programmed for eleven days. As always, we take in as many films as we can; however, this year I had broken my wrist a few weeks before Tribeca and after the surgery had only a ...…
 
AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Mini Spotlight edition, is a short form interview series featuring actors & artists discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Nick Mardi interviews Mary Mouser. Mary Mouser stars in The Karate Kid sequel, “Cobra Kai”, which premiered at the Tribeca Film ...…
 
KUSC Film Critic Kenneth Turan reports from the Cannes Film Festival to discuss Cold Power and Black Klansman.
 
Legendary musician Steve Hackett joins us for this lengthy interview upon completion of his North and South America tour, which mixed songs from his vast solo repertoire with selections from Genesis’ history. Steve continues to create new music at a steady pace, releasing studio and live albums to much acclaim and success. He just released the ...…
 
On the May 18th Friday LIVE from The Mill in Lincoln's Haymarket District, host Genevieve Randall and guests have lively conversations about: "The Rider," a film based on the life of Brady Jandreau; The Great Pinewood Bluegrass Festival in Lincoln; Gretchen Garrison's new book “Detour Nebraska;" Wes...…
 
In 1930s Sweden a young reindeer-herding Sámi girl faces racism and prejudice. To fit in at boarding school she wants to leave her rural roots and break all ties with her culture, but her actions threaten to tear her family apart.‘Sami Blood’ is written and directed by Amanda Kernell, and is her first feature film. To date it has collected ten ...…
 
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat, Episode 14: Michael Dale, Director of Glasgow West End Festival: From Egypt to Glasgow via London's Old Vic In this episode Jim chats with Michael Dale, the Director of the West End Festival. Michael tells us about his early adventures booking Pink Floyd and Fairport Cenvention for St Andrew's University Film ...…
 
The film festival submission process can be extremely daunting for filmmakers, especially those that have no experience on the festival circuit. Many filmmakers neglect to understand what festivals are truly looking for with their submissions, and don’t give themselves the best chance possible to get programmed. In today’s episode, Karolyne Sos ...…
 
Rob Buscher, Festival Director for Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival (PAAFF) and Area Chapter President for Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), sits in on the PHL Diversity podcast to discuss his work with both JACL, which is hosting its annual convention in Philadelphia this July, and PAAFF. In addition to discussing his instrume ...…
 
Today we sit down with Ryan Conlon and Dana DeMartino and discuss their experience directing and writing for the 16th annual Walpole High Film Festival. We also take a look at what some of the academy members had to say about their film "This Was You".
 
Download Episode Here Have dinner with Alex, Molly, and Mr. Brandon Chrostowski, President and Founder of EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute. EDWINS is a nationally-recognized restaurant serving traditional French cuisine, which has evolved from a culinary program in Ohio prisons into a full-service campus which is training and changing f ...…
 
.. in which we, Ryan Miller, & Tony Asaro, open with a flurry of comic-book-related news, & a few last-minute Infinity War predictions (recorded on opening night, prior to having seen the film), after which we talk about all of the guests, festivities, & sale details, that you can expect at Empire's Comics Vault for this Saturday's Free Comic B ...…
 
Episode 73: "THHMC" - Texas Homeschooling Head Momma in Charge, Alana René HigginbothamGirlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry****************************************************Alana......*17 year wife*15 year parent *7 year homeschool educator*Women’s Ministry Leader*Mental Wellness Advocate*Makeup Artist & Wardrobe Styli ...…
 
Bonus Episode- Chase Pollock had a few minutes to come on the podcast to talk about Mount Liptak. “Mount Liptak” follows Chase’s character, 15-year-old Lester Liptak, who forges his baptismal certificate in order to enlist in the Navy during 1947, to help provide for his family after his father is murdered. The drama short film is based on the ...…
 
On Episode 20 of the new season on ReVolver, the crew talks about how they spent their Mother’s Day. Rachel and Jaime recap the Room 28 sketch comedy competition they won over the weekend. Mike reveals the very loud secret weapon he used to cheer them on from the audience. We also look back at some of the highlights from the NYC Indie Film Fest ...…
 
Once again I do not have the Epic Film Guys on the show and it's totally my fault this time. My brain is all over the place this week. From Livestream For The Cure, to wanting to get into podcast editing and voiceover work, to home plumbing issues. It's been a busy week. I've got an SMF news break from Mike Jolitz, beer that's not beer, a pizza ...…
 
Today we sit down with Riley Banks and Tara Gordon and discuss their experiences directing, writing and acting in the 16th annual Walpole High Film Festival. We also take a look at what some of the academy members had to say about their films "Hung Up" and "The Untold Story of the Kumquat Crew".
 
In this episode, Frankie talks with transgender rights activist, film producer, director, and blogger: Andrea James. Her work spans multiple media platforms from consulting Hollywood films and television shows ("Transamerica" "Gender Revolution: A Journey With Katie Couric", etc), producing all-trans live performances ("The Vagina Monologues"), ...…
 
“F. L. I. C. K. S.” EP 53 - EPISODE DESCRIPTION:In this podcast episode I talk about the London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) 2018, the LKFF Teaser Screenings which lead up to it, the forthcoming "Memoir of a Murderer" movie & a little about the recent European Premiere of "Be With You".This podcast, along with a little article will ultimately be ...…
 
Aaron A. Kaplan is an internationally acclaimed and award-winning symphonic film composer as well as an orchestrator, pianist, and songwriter. His music can be heard on radio, television, and film and his musical portraits continue to be widely acclaimed. Although Aaron is noted for romantic scores and melodic symphonic works, he also can compo ...…
 
Episode 003. Brian Brodeur interviews David W. Schoner, Jr., the Associate Director of the New Jersey Motion Picture and TV Commission. Join them for a conversation about the film-making business, the latest from the 2018 Garden State Film Festival, and the tax incentive bill that could affect filmmakers and small businesses in the state of New ...…
 
Becca chats with actor, and comedian Nic Novicki, star of Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, Private Practice; founder of the Easterseals Disability Film Challenge. Becca met Nic at the Bentonville Film Festival, where Geena Davis has brought the focus of women and inclusion in film; this year adding disability inclusion. Nic announced the finalist of ...…
 
In the entertainment podcast from Sky News Katie, Stevie and Claire discuss the highlights from the #TVBAFTAs including interview clips with #ClaireFoy #ThandieNewton and #JodieWhitaker, Stevie brings all the gossip from the #Cannes Film Festival and they discuss #ChildishGambino's #ThisIsAmerica. Plus they head back in time to when #HughGrant ...…
 
Art Zone is stepping out in style for opening night of the 44th annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF)!
 
Ethan Hawke plays a military chaplain in the film, "First Reformed." Michelle Lanz | The Frame® Actor and filmmaker Ethan Hawke boasts a long and storied career in television, film and theater. This year, Hawke has once again stepped onto the big screen for not just one, but three movies: a romantic comedy called "Juliet, Naked"; a music biogra ...…
 
“I Blame Dennis Hopper” is film aficionado and historian Illeana Douglas’ vodcast featuring exclusive interviews, discussion, and topical commentary from one of the industry’s most respected artists. ABOUT Alan K. Rode: Alan K. Rode is a writer, historian, actor and producer. A cinematic Renaissance man, he has written acclaimed biographies of ...…
 
If you are a writer and a storyteller then you may really enjoy listening to Brian Hennings. Brian comes to you as a storyteller and writer. Like most writers, sharing your stories is an important aspect of being a writer. Brian realized he could make films with his Samsung smartphone and submitted his first mobile film to the International Mob ...…
 
UBC MFA candidate Jason Karman has been making short films for over a decade, and for today's episode we sat down with him to talk about that medium. We discussed film festivals and distribution for short films, funding options for emerging filmmakers, the difference between working with film over digital, and much more! -"Not Her, Anyway" by S ...…
 
Today we sit down with Myles Qualter and discuss his experience directing in the 16th annual Walpole High Film Festival. We also take a look at what some of the academy members had to say about Myles' film "The Untold Story of the Kumquat Crew".
 
Cannes is a bit of a holy place for film lovers. There are many so-called gods from the world of cinema at the festival. One is Palme d’Or-winning German director Wim Wenders. The three-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker’s new documentary brings a film crew inside the Vatican for the first time in history – for "Pope Francis: A Man of His Word". He ...…
 
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James’s wonderfully intriguing take on the world represents a new era for youth culture films in Ireland. He has been making films since he was 15, honing his skills with Actors and Film creatives over this time; and resulting in some of the most raw, honest and powerful performances in his work. His music video for The Funeral Suits, has shot ...…
 
This is a funny, entertaining and emotional episode which we are so proud to bring you. We had a bewitching evening with Ms. Devereux and welcome you all to enjoy it too! Here is her animation which is called " A practical guide",It won joint best short at the Dublin Feminist Film Festival! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBqqs_8LjJQ&t=1s "Art ...…
 
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Aurora Workman, President of the NCC Alumni Association, and Dr. Lynnda Nadien, talk with Ingrid Dodd, the former Director of Development for motion picture and TV for Nassau County, as well as the Co-Founder of the Long Beach International Film Festival. She is the founder of Ingrid Dodd Public Relations. IN addition, she is currently on the B ...…
 
The US often gets a bad rap for its apparent addiction to fossil fuels, but behind the scenes much is happening in the renewable energy space. James Redford (Robert Redford's son) is the director of Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution which explores the opportunities around renewable energy in America, and discovers a few fascinating success s ...…
 
PLUS: Meghan's family ships into London, Spike Lee gets a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival.By info@podcastone.com.
 
Marilyn Brown, Co-Chair of the St. Louis Jewish Film Festival, stops in to share highlights from this year's upcoming festival.
 
Welcome to Inside Out Casts, The Official Podcast of the Toronto LGBT Film Festival! On this episode, join Andria Wilson (Executive Director) and Andrew Murphy (Director of Programming) as they discuss their 'Spotlight on Canada' program, presented by CBC.Todays' guests are Kyle Reaume (Director/Writer/Actor Infinitesimal Productions) and Trici ...…
 
In our May episode NHE host Scott Murphy gives his final round-up of Edinburgh’s Dead by Dawn Festival. Also this month we have a great interview with Jill Gevargizian where we talk about her latest short “42 Counts”, her most famous short “The Stylist” (as well as the feature she is working based on that), Film Festival politics and much more ...…
 
John Johnson, Filmmaker, and co-founder of Eternal Ground Films joins DecayMag Podcast S7 EP 9 John Johnson is joined by Actress, Director Kristen Ray together they discuss the latest film set to release in film festival circulation, What Becomes Of Us In this episode: Intro 00:13 Segment 1. Movie News Rabid In Production 01:31 The Haunting Of ...…
 
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This week on No Coast Cinema, Tom and Conor welcome back show regular Raul Benitez and assistant programmer Emily Perez to preview some of the free screenings at Comfort Film this season. Tom and Conor also recap their time at the Chicago Critics Film Festival with some of their favorite screenings and stories, including a surprise run-in with ...…
 
Listen Now Listen to the Cannabis Reporter Radio Show, Hosted by Snowden Bishop About This Episode Women have given birth to some of history’s most impactful movements, usually conceived during dark periods of oppression. Invariably, breaking with social norms is considered taboo before someone, often a woman, dares to stand up for what’s right ...…
 
FRANCE 24 film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us about two movies focusing on families: "Shoplifters", by Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, which is competing for the top prize at Cannes, and "Our Struggles", by French director Guillaume Senez, which is showing at International Critics' Week. She also talks about the best film she has seen at t ...…
 
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