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Talkhouse is a media company and outlet for musicians, actors, filmmakers, and others in their respective fields. Artists write essays and criticism from firsthand perspectives, speak one-on-one with their peers via the Talkhouse Podcast and Talkhouse Live events, and offer readers and listeners unique insight into creative work of all genres and generations. In short— Talkhouse is writing and conversations about music and film, from the people who make them.
 
A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
Filmmaker / Author Mick Garris, best known for his Stephen King adaptations and creating the "Masters Of Horror" television series, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS releases a new interview every other week, presented by the FANGORIA Podcast Network.
 
Historian and loudmouth Jason Scott shares stories of technology, retrocomputing, documentary filmmaking, and general schennanigans from his decades of travels and research. From experiences on the road while shooting documentaries to often-obscure points of order, Jason keeps a fast-moving pace and even he doesn't know where we're ending up at the end.
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
The entertainment industry influencers sit down with the New York Film Academy to discuss the world of filmmaking to share their experience and knowledge. Hear from legends of the industry like Al Pacino, Bryan Cranston, Aubrey Plaza, Seth Rogen and many more.
 
The Team Deakins podcast is an ongoing conversation between acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins and James Deakins, his collaborator, about cinematography, the film business and whatever other questions are submitted. We start with a specific question and end....who knows where! We are joined by guests periodically. Followup questions can be posted in the forums at www.rogerdeakins.com.
 
Grow your video business by increasing your profits and keeping your sanity all without losing your creativity! Learn how to create a system – how to become a sherpa. Be inspired by filmmakers and creative professionals (aka sherpas). Start elevating your video business to the next level. Learn more at https://studiosherpas.com/
 
Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing, filmmaking and storytelling. Each week we interview your favorite up-and-coming directors, screenwriters, editors, cinematographers, and actors, and learn how they became successful, working content creators. We're all about getting off your butt and making your own videos. Each week we'll share tips and stories of how people in the entertainment industry forced their ways into sustainable careers. Matt Enlow is a director working in comedy. His we ...
 
A podcast about how to make film and TV by filmmakers who actually make them. Interviewing guests from the film-making world from Indie film to Hollywood and everything in between. Hosts Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dan Richardson (Retribution), Christian James (Fanged Up) & Andy Rodger (World of Darkness), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) and many others.
 
The Go Creative Show is dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film, tv and music industries. Hosted by Ben Consoli, Director and owner of BC Media Productions. Each week Ben takes on topics relevant to the film making, video, music and visual arts worlds, talking about tools, talent, challenges and successes. A wide range of topics are discussed, as well as various special guests involved in both mainstream and independent creative production are invited to join in.
 
Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. We'll even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency. Join us each week while we catch up on what we've learned and what we're learning.
 
Todd knows movies. For 30 years, the Hollywood veteran has overseen 170 films (and counting) - including XXX, Anger Management, 13 Going on 30, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Black Hawk Down, Punch Drunk Love, Con Air, and Hellboy. Join Todd as he shares tips and stories on the movie business and chats it up with A-list industry pals.
 
If you love documentary films, hear from the top storytellers on Pure Nonfiction. Host Thom Powers is well-connected in this world as a documentary curator for the Toronto International Film Festival, DOC NYC, and SundanceNow Doc Club. He leads conversations that are frank, funny and revealing. Listen to interviews with Oscar-winning filmmakers Barbara Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Roger Ross Williams; as well as the directors of “Making a Murderer,” “Weiner” and “OJ: Made in America.” Often the ...
 
How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (Redeemed Productions, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
 
Indie Film Hustle® is dedicated to showing you how to hack the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar Winner and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside of moviemaking and independent film with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crew ...
 
The no nonsense, in-depth, actors-on-acting podcast from Filmmaker Magazine. Hosted by Peter Rinaldi. One working actor every episode doing a deep dive into their approach to the craft. No small talk, no celebrity stories, no inane banter—just the work.
 
Have a passion for making documentary films? Want to learn how to best lead a documentary life? Join award-winning commercial and documentary filmmaker, Chris G. Parkhurst, and special industry guests as they candidly share their filmmaking stories, insights, and experiences, for all to learn how to best lead and live their own documentary dream lives.
 
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This week I'm thrilled to be joined by Emily Best, the Founder and CEO of the wildly popular crowdfunding platform Seed & Spark. As many of you know, Seed & Spark takes a very different approach to crowdfunding, one that is specifically tailored for filmmakers and content creators, which is what makes it so uniquely valuable. Over the course of our…
 
This week on the No Film School Podcast, AMC follows Alamo Drafthouse's lead, letting consumers rent out their theaters for a low price -- and why this may be a sign of what the post-pandemic world will look like. For Tech News, a double whammy: Apple releases it's innovative, filmmaker-friendly iPhone 12 and DJI steps up it's gimbal game. And for …
 
Genre director Amanda Row started out embracing her limitations by making fifty dollar shorts, and now she directs for TV shows like The 100, Nancy Drew, and Helstrom. She shares some unique tips about directing, and what her experience is like as a woman in film. Unpaid Endorsements:Oren: CeraVe moisture cream for dry faces Matt: The Instagram of …
 
The future of filmmaking is here and it's virtual! Learn what it takes to be a virtual filmmaker and how productions such as The Mandalorian are using this virtual technology now. Cinematography Database's Matt Workman comes on the show to talk all about it. Matt and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a…
 
This week Giles sits down (virtually) with the amazing Lucy Brydon, writer and director of Body of Water a beautifully made female-led drama backed by BBC Films and Film London. Lucy reveals how she made her start in film whilst teaching in China, getting into short films and production work before starting work on Body of Water which started life …
 
When it comes to smartphone filmmaking, we’re going to have a collective epiphany and realize the question is not about the best phone, the best gear or the best app. The question is: how good is your story? You’ve heard it a lot, maybe even from me! Story is king! But what is it about a story that makes a good film? Once you realize you have a gre…
 
Please Note: Once you press play it will take a few seconds for the episode to start playing. Misadventures in Independent Filmmaking & Distribution with Anderson Cowan Today on the show we have filmmaker Anderson Cowen. Anderson and I met through a mutual friend in Los Angeles. When I first met Anderson he was a… The post IFH 409: Misadventures in…
 
Filming with a 20-year-old Digital 8 camera Filmed with a 20-year-old Sony Handycam, Griffin explains interlacing, pixel aspect ratios, IEEE 1394, and the quirks of shooting and editing in standard definition. Features of the DCR-TRV320 Sony Handycam— Records standard-definition, interlaced video (720x480i) onto Digital 8 tapes 25x optical zoom, 18…
 
https://www.howtofilmweddings.com/profitablefilmmaking So many of us are insanely good at making art, but constantly struggle to make ends meet in our businesses. If you’ve been around for a while, you may have heard of Patrick Moreau, from Muse Storytelling. When John and Nick got started, they learned so much from Patrick, as he was running Still…
 
For the 58th New York Film Festival’s final week, a group of critics gathered together for a spirited discussion with Devika Girish, Assistant Editor of Film Comment and Talks programmer for the NYFF, about the movies they saw in this year's lineup and their tales from the trenches of the pandemic-era festival. Participants included Molly Haskell (…
 
In this podcast, The Outer Dark Virtual Symposium 2020 presents the panel Art of The Weird: How Do You Illustrate Something that Defies Description? moderated by Eric Schaller and featuring Chris Gavaler, Jeanne D’Angelo, Michael Bukowski, Lynne Hansen, and Matthew Jaffe. PLUS Readings by Laura Blackwell, Gregory Norman Bossert, Tonya Liburd, and J…
 
Devonté Hynes, aka Blood Orange, had an incredible 2019. He dropped the mixtape Angel's Pulse; scored the critically acclaimed film Queen and Slim; released a classical album with Third Coast Percussion; directed a music video for Beck; and, as a fan, finally saw the brilliant composer/vocalist Beverly Glenn-Copeland live. Glenn-Copeland (as he pre…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I'm joined by Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist and Getty images staff photographer Michael Santiago to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in the Dominican Republic with hard working parents to moving to the Bronx at age 7 and falling in love with art and literature, to finally finding photography and …
 
On todays episode of the Art of the Cut Podcast Steve talks with editor Luis Carballar about the film "Charm City Kings." You might know Luis from his editing work on the Netflix show "Narcos" as well as "The Devils Double" and "Amores Perros." Enjoy the episode! Liking the podcast? Leave us a review on your favorite platform! Todays episode of the…
 
Brett and Drew Pierce are the writer/director team behind the new horror film THE WRETCHED, an old school creature feature with more going on under the hood than just scares. While having a background in Hollywood productions, the brothers still approach their work with a "do-it-yourself" attitude and a complete willingness to roll up their sleeves…
 
Here to celebrate the 35th Anniversary 4K Blu-Ray release of the beloved Back to the Future trilogy is its writer and producer Bob Gale. He gives us his own origin story including his years of collaborating with Robert Zemeckis which led up to their big hit. He highlights the integrity of executive producer Steven Spielberg, who made Back to the Fu…
 
When director Ángel Manuel Soto received the script for Charm City Kings, he found a connection in the story of disenfranchised youth growing up in a marginalized community like Baltimore- he himself grew up on the streets of Santurce in Puerto Rico. The movie is a coming of age story centered on a young teen named Mouse and his two buddies, who ar…
 
You know Matthew Del Negro from “Scandal,” “Goliath,” “The West Wing,” or as Cousin Brian on season four of “The Sopranos,” or maybe, like me, you were wowed by his comedic tour de force as Jason Allen Ross in Netflix’s “Huge In France.” He’s currently filming his second season as Detective Chris Caysen on Showtime’s “City on a Hill.” He also hosts…
 
This week we have from The Film Photography Podcast ( www.filmphotographyproject.com, IG filmphotographyproject), Mr. Mat Marrash (www.matmarrash.com, YouTube matmarrash)! We talk about all things large format, YouTube channels, developing large format film, tutoring, instant photography, the hot film cameras, young people getting into film, Midwes…
 
We have a special treat on the show today as we sit down witch a legend of commercial cinematography Mr. Bill Bennett A.S.C. to chat about his career, his most recent documentary work, and his detailed involvement with camera development over the years. It was a great opportunity to sit down and hear from Bill and I know you are going to enjoy this…
 
What's Inside was founded by 11-year-old Lincoln Markham and his Dad, Dan. What started as an elementary school science project in January 2014 has grown into a YouTube channel with 7+ million subscribers! Dan is joined by team member and social media guru Hunter DeVries. He has grown their Facebook page to over 100 million views per month and thei…
 
The File Format Wiki Episode: An Awful Failure, A Tremendous Success, An Acknowledgement of a Poor Idea, Just Solve One Problem, Easy Not Hard, Field vs. Forest, What is a File Format Anyway, 2012 Turned Into 2013, The Forever Problem, A Format Mirror, The Great Success of Failure. Thanks to Dan Tobias for the idea of this episode. The File Formats…
 
Have you ever had a friend or family member ask you for a big discount or to make a free video? If it hasn’t happened yet, it’s only a matter of time. As a giving person, it’s tough for me to turn them down. However, as a business owner, it’s really hard to do the work that I do for free and bad for my business in the long-run. Key Takeaways It’s o…
 
Editor Zack Arnold, ACE was a devotee of The Karate Kid long before he joined the post team for seasons two and three of Cobra Kai . As Zack puts it, “The Karate Kid was my Star Wars“. How he made the transition from fan on the couch to editor on the Avid was emblematic of Zack’s “don’t hold back” approach to life and career. He knew what he wanted…
 
EPISODE 55 - RACHEL MORRISON - Cinematographer Team Deakins converses with cinematographer Rachel Morrison in this episode. She speaks on many subjects - telling us about working with director Ryan Coogler, how the way she works with the gaffer differs on features and TV, her like of imperfection. She also shares that she strives to share as much i…
 
Phedon Papamichael's latest project is The Trial of the Chicago 7, written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. The bulk of the story centers on the 1969 trial of seven men accused of inciting a riot in the park outside of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. In Phedon's view, a film is actually made three times: it's conceived in the writi…
 
This week I'm joined by filmmaker John Woosley, who is here to talk all about his latest short film Mason & Jay Save The World, which was shot almost entirely on an iPhone. Over the course of our chat we talk all about this unique short film, how it was pulled off from a technical perspective, and why John plans to continue shooting movies on iPhon…
 
Welcome to a new episode of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast. Today, we're featuring a conversation with Pietro Marcello, whose NYFF favorite Martin Eden opens in our Virtual Cinema today along with a weeklong four-film retrospective. This Q&A is from the 57th New York Film Festival, featuring Marcello in conversation with programmer Florence Alm…
 
In this podcast, The Outer Dark Virtual Symposium 2020 presents the panel Weird World-Building: Strange Cities, “Other” Countries, and Cobbly Universes, featuring Natania Barron, Jesse Bullington, Jeffrey Ford, Seb Doubinsky, L.M. Davis, and Sarah Read. PLUS Readings by Valjeanne Jeffers, Jeff Strand, L.M. Davis, and Ian McDowell. This programming …
 
In this week's show, experienced UK based TV camera op Phil Chappell gives the low down on working for the the BBC and ITV. He shares his experiences on kit and gives some advice to anyone who may be looking to start a career in television camera work. We'd like to draw your attention to a fantastic offer of 25% off your first order with Select Mus…
 
On this week's podcast, joined once again by Oakley Anderson-Moore, we discuss how the rise of streaming not only impacts how films are distributed, but how they're made as well. We also take on the egregious pay disparity between men and women in the industry, including the example of the writers for the Crazy Rich Asians sequel. For Tech News, Ch…
 
An old Vail friend and amazing long time accomplished ski and adventure photographer Jeff Cricco joins the podcast to talk about his move to the mountain town of Vail in the early 90s, the string of resort and restaurant jobs that finally led him to chasing his love of photography, his longtime relationship with Powder Magazine and the unfortunate …
 
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