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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.
 
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 ...
 
Rack Focus is an educational podcast that dives deeper into the technical side of Hollywood. For film geeks, by film geeks. Rack Focus is a offshoot of Visual Anarchy, a non-profit that makes free and sliding scale videos for philanthropists in need.
 
3 British Filmmakers try to learn from the pros by breaking down the elements that go into making a film. A light-hearted educational filmmaking podcast hosted by Richard Scott, Robert Carr, and Kristian Foreman. Each week they take it in turns to choose a film and dissect its filmmaking properties; delving into writing, directing, cinematography, art direction, special/visual effects, editing, sound design, and soundtrack.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Comedians Todd McComas, Chris Bowers and Instagram diva Savannah Martin break down a different documentary each week in a light-hearted and funny, yet thorough fashion. If you're an artsy consumer that's more concerned with the cinematography, scoring and the overall craft of documentary filmmaking…this podcast is not for you. However, if you're just a regular person that loves documentaries for their amazing stories, the weird and wonderful people in them and the hilarious little gems they ...
 
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/
 
REEL FANATICS is the podcast for movies, drinks and jive! The weekly show for cinephiles who like their film talk unpretentious, irreverent and uncensored. Three filmmaker friends bat around everything from Michael Haneke to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michelangelo Antonioni's "The Passenger" to Mike Judge's "Beavis and Butt-head". If you're a movie geek, you'll feel right at home with REEL FANATICS!
 
The Cary Allen Picture Show is a freeform interview style podcast hosted by filmmaker and photographer Dennis Cahlo where he sits down with directors, actors, comedians, and people from all walks of the creative world to talk about film and how it affected their lives and shaped who they are today. The chats are funny, touching, and often revealing going way beyond cinephelia.
 
Join hosts Amy Kasio and Amy Ketchum as they take a deep dive into their favorite horror movies! They will discuss many different topics, such as: the history of the making of the movie, the music, the cinematography, the monster and it's rules, the themes of the movie, their favorite kills, the impact of the movie on them, fun facts & trivia, and much more! They will end each episode by handing out awards for everything they feel the movie did right! So hop in the car and take a drive with ...
 
Back To The Podcast is a new and alternative look at all things to do with movies. Hosted by Byron and Bear, two huge movie lovers, in each episode we will discuss anything and everything about movies from 50 years ago up to the present day. We will also keep you up to date with whats worth keeping an eye out for in the not too distant future. Going in to details regarding everything from plot lines, to plot holes, actors and characterisation, score and sound, set design and cinematography. ...
 
Film Director and Photographer Mike Pecci hosts a new podcast that goes deep into how to survive as a freelance artist and indi-film director. How do you stay INSPIRED & MOTIVATED? What are the TECHNIQUES that lead to your personal STYLE? Join us and LEARN from others while building a network of life long clients and collaborators. Go to inlovewiththeprocess.com for more info.
 
Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack filmmaking & the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside 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 crews, directing, producin ...
 
Capturing Light Podcast is a Director of Photography’s Podcast that both inspires and educates filmmakers with cinematography tips, tools and techniques by other cinematographers from around the world. Learn about digital video and film cameras, lighting and camera equipment, the film industry, and listen to interviews with film industry professionals about their work on tv shows, commercials, films, music videos, web series, and documentaries.
 
Film is changing. Business models, audience behaviour and technology are all rapidly evolving - transforming the way stories are told, sold and consumed. In focused and inspiring interviews, senior film executive, Alex Stolz talks to leaders making these changes happen - to bring you essential ideas, techniques and strategies from the cutting edge. Whether you are a storyteller, an established industry professional or simply interested in how film is changing, FUTURE OF FILM will give you th ...
 
Hosted by Hope Madden and George Wolf, Fright Club is a podcast for horror genre lovers. Hope and George share a vibrant passion for films and media, and they bring that passion to their discussions in Fright Club. As lifelong fans of horror films, and way more knowledge than anyone should have about the genre, Fright Club will entertain you, keep you on the edge of your seat, and fill your brain with all you've ever wanted to know about horror.
 
"A place to unload all my cinematic truths." —Newton Thomas Sigel, ASC How do you cultivate a career in Hollywood? What does it take to make iconic work? There’s an art to everything in life and the Art of the Shot explores the answers to those questions and more through deep-dives into the minds of master filmmakers. Join host Derek Stettler, young filmmaker and writer for the ASC and SOC magazines since 2016, as he learns from the artists behind today's most strikingly-shot projects. Enjoy ...
 
In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardina, Tech Editor for The Hollywood Reporter, extends her coverage of the filmmaking crafts. She will be talking with the cinematographers, editors, production designers, composers, visual effects supervisors, and other leading artists that bring the magic of motion pictures to theaters. Subscribe now to receive episodes of this inspired new series that shines a light on the artists that spend most of their time behind the screen. Hosted by: Carolyn Giardi ...
 
Fave Five From Fans is a weekly Podcast where I invite a friend with whom I share a common interest in some Pop Culture topic, i.e. Horror Movies, Literature, Toys, etc., and we each make a list of our Favorite Five things from that common genre. Please note the distinction between “Favorite” and “Best” or “Top”, as I want my guests to feel free to make their choices based on whatever criteria THEY see fit. Sure, it can be rated on scripts, story, cinematography, but also know that if it hol ...
 
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Cinematographer Ben Kutchins feels that in filmmaking, you have to be fully committed to believing the story you're telling, and your focus must be unwavering when shooting. There is no other story happening in the world other than the story you're telling. This single-mindedness has served Ben well when shooting the series Ozark for Netflix, which…
 
One of the best parts about having a podcast is you are an easy target to get asked to come on other people's podcasts. This week I was on Production Brief a new podcast hosted by Mark Welker and Brendan Lee that centers around, you guessed it, production and all things filmmaking. It was a lot of fun and we touched on a few topics that we discusse…
 
When I wrote my book Rise of the Filmtrepreneur I hoped it would help filmmakers around the world. I never thought that a filmmaker halfway around the world would read it and change his entire marketing and distribution plan for his million-dollar+ indie film. Today's guest is Australian filmmaker Mark Toia who created the insane indie sci-fi actio…
 
Commercial automotive and car culture photographer, on camera personality, and Canon Explorer of Light Larry Chen joins the show to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in southern California with a passion for cars, to falling in love with photography, becoming a paparazzi, and finally realizing his dream of being one of most recognizable …
 
Have you ever wondered what work goes inside your favorite movies and YouTube videos? Then today's your lucky day! Joining us is Harold Skinner, the gaffer for Fight Club, Interstellar, and so many other classics! This episode is a little different because this is the entire YouTube breakdown, uncut for your Behind-The-Scenes curiosity. But stick a…
 
We all need a kick in the butt sometimes on our filmmaking or screenwriting journey. This show will do just that. Never stop chasing that filmmaking dream. Keep on hustling.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (ifhpodcastnetwork.com)By Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Today on the show we bring back author and Story Maps guru Daniel Calvisi. His last episode was one of the most popular in the history of the podcast. The concept of story mapping has been a huge help to so many screenwriters. This is why I wanted to bring him back to discuss how to use his story mapping technique on the television/streaming script…
 
An emotional connection often exists between creatives and our creations. We want to have an influence and an impact with what we do. So it’s easy to take it personally when people either like or dislike our work. Yet there are many ways to stay in control when putting your creations out into the world. Key Takeaways When presenting early drafts to…
 
Today we discuss the wonderful film American Mary, which was created by the magnetic Soska Sisters Jen and Sylvia! In this episode we go over the pop culture of 2012, the history behind making this movie and how it’s an analogy for the film industry, how our main character Mary is both the protagonist and antagonist, we hand out awards and discuss …
 
EPISODE 47 - TIM ROBBINS - Actor Team Deakins has a great conversation with actor, director (and punk rocker, as you learn in the episode!), Tim Robbins. Tim shares a lot of his thoughts on acting, the importance of “generous actors” and how fame can lead you astray. We learn about overcoming the temptation to take a job for the wrong reasons and t…
 
Come as we search for the pineapples in the Psych Detective Agency's files. In between the lines, there's a lot of obscurity. I’m Jamie Ray, & this is my partner Galileo Humpkins, I mean, Scoony “U Turn” Singleton. Actually, I’ve heard it both ways. This week I’m joined by returning guests T-Jen & Lilli to discuss the USA Network show “Psych.” So, …
 
In this episode we get the inside track on the creative and technological revolution that is Virtual Production, with the CTO of Epic Games, Kim Libreri. Kim has a long and auspicious career in the film industry, digital technology and visual effects that spans over 20 years. He has credits on more than 25 films including ‘The Matrix' trilogy and i…
 
This week on the No Film School Podcast, Creative Artists Agency tries to dupe the WGA by signing a made-up contract, Netflix passes on movie theater-buying, Disney+ demands major coin from its subscribers for Mulan, and the new diversity rules for the Best Picture Oscar are unveiled. Also, Sony drops its new extra-small, full-frame camera, the a7C…
 
The number one question that I get is how to get more client work. It comes down to confidence and being a practitioner. In this episode, I go a little more into depth on the topic I touched on in a recent vlog. I also talk about my quest to be on the PGA Tour and how random I am. CONNECT WITH ME: http://www.instagram.com/scottmckenna http://www.yo…
 
Best Picture 1974: The Exorcist American Graffiti, The Sting, A Touch of Class, Cries & Whispers Ouji Board Video @AcademyRewind @TimothyPG13 www.thoughtbubbleaudio.com www.patreon.com/thoughtbubbleaudio Support Academy RewindBy Thought Bubble Audio
 
On this episode of the podcast I'm joined by music, editorial, and commercial photographer/director David McClister to talk about how he went from growing up in Knoxville, TN with a love of skateboarding and punk rock, to trying to make his own feature length film, to directing music videos for some of the top artists coming out of the Nashville sc…
 
Screen Australia Distribution Manager Anthony Grundy breaks down the impact of COVID-19 on Australian theatrical, while Neil Sharma shares what he learnt being in AD roles on local TV and international features like Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Subscribe to Screen Australia Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or Pocket Casts…
 
From his early days at USC making a little student film called THX 1138, to winning his third Oscar for The English Patient, Walter Murch has innovated the fields of sound design and film editing becoming one of the most respected and knowledgable figures in his profession. Murch details to us how he first got interested in filmmaking and discusses…
 
“Proceed as if” is some of the best advice a young filmmaker can hear, it perfectly encompasses so many important ideas. But that isn’t the only gem Quincy Ledbetter drops in this latest episode. From the beginning of his infatuation with film sitting in a theater watching Last Action Hero, to finding his way into writing and directing through musi…
 
Armando Salas, ASC was recently nominated for an Emmy for his work on Ozark season three. Ozark is intentionally lit and shot to be very blue and very dark, because all the characters are in the shadows, desperately hiding and scrambling to avoid exposure. Armando began working on Ozark during season two and was already a fan of the show. He worked…
 
Today on the show we have the writer and creator of the legendary film Waterworld Peter Rader. I wanted to bring Peter on the show to discuss what it was like to be a part of one of the biggest budget films in Hollywood history at the time.For those of you who may not know Waterworld was considered one of the biggest box-office flops in history. Th…
 
On the show today I go over the new reality on commercial sets in a post COVID world. The filmmaking landscape has changed and the new rules and restrictions in place has altered how cinematographers do their jobs. In this episode I lay out what has been working here in Australia and what to expect in your area when the work picks back up. We haven…
 
This week Haley and Mike talk to Videomaker author and Emmy winner Jason Miller about his experience with the Canon R5 and what it's like to direct an Emmy winning TV ad. You can watch the two ads we discuss in the episode by clicking the links below. Extra Butter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BuHUo-lPI0 Morning Blend Bla Bla Land promo https://…
 
How do you set yourself apart by impressing your clients? Hopefully, it is something that can land you bigger and better jobs. If you can be remarkable, you’ll find yourself with bigger jobs than you thought possible. Key Takeaways You don’t need to be an expert in everything. Asking for help, building systems, and seeking out the expertise of othe…
 
We all need a kick in the butt sometimes on our filmmaking or screenwriting journey. This show will do just that. Never stop chasing that filmmaking dream. Keep on hustling.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Network (ifhpodcastnetwork.com)By Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Does Your Indie Film Have an Audience?I'm never surprised anymore when I speak to filmmakers or Filmtrepreneurs and ask them one simple but powerful question,Does your film have an audience?I usually just get a blank stare. This is probably the most important question you can ask yourself as an indie filmmaker. Now if you are making film as art and…
 
Paul Leonard-Morgan’s unique cinematic style of fusing orchestra with electronica has put him in high demand as a film composer, a producer and arranger for bands, and has led him to win a BAFTA award, and receive Emmy & Ivor Novello nominations. In this continuation of the first part of the interview we delve deep into the world of our new favorit…
 
Paul Leonard-Morgan’s unique cinematic style of fusing orchestra with electronica has put him in high demand as a film composer, a producer and arranger for bands, and has led him to win a BAFTA award, and receive Emmy & Ivor Novello nominations. We reached out to Paul because of two different films. One documentary thriller called Last Breath and …
 
Were we naughty, or just bad toy list wishers? Find out in this episode! Growing up in the ‘70s, there were SO many wonderful toys to play with. From the Sears Wish Books to the JC Penney Christmas catalogs, visions of action figures and play sets danced in our heads. Join Lee Seitz and I as we discuss those elusive toys that slipped by us in our c…
 
This week we discuss a new entertainment industry jobs report on Planet Money, how Sony and Canon are competing with parallel release dates for upcoming products, and an AI software called Colourlab which will revolutionize post-production workflows. Check out Charles Haine's article about Colourlab here. To wrap it up, we cover some of our favorit…
 
Talking to YouTuber Justin Tse about what it takes to make a really great desk setup, becase what we see online isn't always what works in reality. Special Guest: Justin Tse. Sponsored By: The Intrazone: Your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team Links: Modern IKEA Desk Setup Makeover - YouTube Why Filmmakers Sh…
 
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