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Team Deakins

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Team Deakins

James Ellis Deakins, Roger Deakins

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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.
 
No fruits or veggies ratings, no more cinematography snobs. Just a couple of guys giving true and honest review about movies and tv shows that are impacting pop culture, because we like movies. Unapologetic, and sometimes flagrant takes, always coming from a place of humor and without Ill intent. It’s the barbershop meets your group text, after watching the summer “blockbuster” or BLOCKBUSTED!!
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Anime and manga are two extraordinary and complex things. Each week, join Jamal as he embarks on an analytical journey through everything from inspiring story arcs, impressive cinematography and anything else that fits in between with the goal of making sense of it a little bit more. With essay-style content every week, this show attempts to view the world of animation and manga with an extra level of depth.
 
Welcome to the 180 degree podcast. We are creatives. Photographers, filmmakers and most importantly story tellers: Tyler, Joseph and Stephen. We are Hyped Visuals. This is the raw, uncensored talk that professionals in the business don’t talk about. Not only 180 degree because of the shutter angel rule, but more specifically it’s about turning the camera on us and realizing that you are more important than the camera.
 
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 ...
 
My podcast explores the many different ways stories are told on film! Everything from the writing, to the directing, acting, cinematography, among much much more ! This will educate industry professionals and film buffs from around the world! Each week with a guest we will be doing in-depth Reviews on two movies that work as a double bill. I will also have different Movie industry professionals on to interview them about their life and career! If you're a film lover this podcast is for you ! ...
 
Selling Secrets is the new show by Josh Gay about spy movies, action films & the marketing of Hollywood. Our mission is to look at various movies and franchises, and go behind the scenes of what makes a successful, or not, Hollywood blockbuster. About the host: Josh Gay is an Australian advertising executive, ex-film maker and major nerd about all things action and spy films. After studying film and television at university, Josh worked freelance in the film industry, working in corporate vi ...
 
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 ...
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
A crazy podcast on a mission to rid the world of BAD video! Join a crack team of 12 seasoned media professionals and one entertainment attorney as we attempt to equip every content producer, videographer, editor, business owner, marketer, hobbyist, and live streamer with the tools, knowledge and confidence to create better videos.
 
"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 ...
 
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Vision & Graft

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Vision & Graft

Richard William Preisner

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A creative's career & mental wellbeing companion, hosted by Cinematographer, Photographer & advocate for talking openly about mental health, Richard William Preisner @rwpreisner. Being a creative brings its own unique career and mental health challenges. In the @visiongraft podcast we hear stories from extraordinary creatives about the career hurdles they've faced and their ideas for jumping over them, all while navigating the impact on their mental health, juggling their personal lives and ...
 
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. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-film-look/support
 
Ask Vision Paradox (aka Ask VP) is a podcast designed to help answer your questions on social media marketing to help you build your business while you're on the go. Got a challenge or question about social media? Ask us! Your question might just become an episode! Hosted by the team of Vision Paradox, a social media marketing agency.
 
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Director and writer Potsy Ponciroli was scouting a location for another movie in the countryside just outside Nashville, Tennessee when he saw a historic old house built in the early 1900's at the bottom of a valley. He began thinking about how lonely and isolated a person living in that house might be, and it planted the seed of an idea to write O…
 
This week on the show we continue chatting about Blue Bayou with the other half of the cinematography duo and first 3 time guest of the show Matthew Chuang ASC. If you are a frequent listener of the show you will know Matt's story and it was a pleasure to catch up and hear about his latest work on such a beautiful looking film. He has always been g…
 
Welcome to the newest member of the IFH Podcast Network. May I introduce you to Inside the Screenwriter's MInd: A Screenwriting Archive.Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside a screenwriter’s mind? In this podcast, we explore how successful screenwriters tackle structure, plot, character, dialog, and the film business. Get ready to go down th…
 
In this episode, which is a part of my series, ITALIAN CLASSIC MOVIES THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW, we review EVERYBODY’S FINE (STANNO TUTTI BENE), which was Directed by Giuseppe Tornatore and starred Marcello Mastroanni! We talk about why this is an underrated masterpiece and also compare the film to the two remakes. One being the American one, which sta…
 
In this episode the crew reviews Netflix’s Vampires vs the Bronx. The movie is pretty much as creative as the title. It’s nowhere near as good as Vampire in Brooklyn, but it’s not as bad as being from Long Island either. It’s a good family night watch. Parents will be entertained by the loads of plot holes and incomplete characters development. Whi…
 
We as human beings create comfort zones to protect ourselves in many ways. Sometimes we become comfortable in those boundaries we create, then it becomes detrimental to our growth and bravery to step out into the world with more openness and positivity. This conversation today is about staying aware that we don't become accustomed to staying within…
 
Join me in welcoming my SIPNetwork Brothers JD & Kyle from the "Back In Time Podcast" to discuss our Favorite Cars from both the Big Screen and the Little one. We'll be discussing some cars, trucks, and just about anything with wheels from that RAD time, with the guys who know it so well. So strap in for this episode of Fave Five From Fans! Find us…
 
Well known and sometimes controversial fine art photographer, director, and visual provocateur Tyler Shields joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in Jacksonville, Florida under the watchful eye of a military father with high expectations of always putting your best foot forward, to becoming a professional in-line skater…
 
Get ready for a deep dive into script coverage, whether or not you should pay for it, and which platforms are best for it. In this episode, we talk about... What script coverage is and why a writer might want to hire a coverage service. Price points for different script coverage services and what those prices might include. What script coverage can…
 
The Writer and Director for the new Netflix animated film 'Maya and the Three' joins Carolyn to discuss the themes behind this project that took years to get made and meant so much to him. '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 ci…
 
It was a pleasure having today's guest on because, as a self-proclaimed hustler, I recognize another when I see one, and for the best part of his career, Joseph Alexandre has hustled hard in this line of business. My guest today is director, writer, and producer Joseph Alexandre. He is most known for films like The Starck Club Documentary-The Final…
 
In this episode the crew gets together to discuss #Amazon #PrimeVideo #Them. The series follows a #black family’s first ten days in an all white neighborhood in 1953, #Compton. Being that this was a period piece, it’s always nice to see the creators stay true to the time. One of the bright sides of the writing was that the creators put just enough …
 
The legacy of the crime drama television series, The Sopranos remains a defining art of storytelling for mob TV shows. We have the genius behind this hit TV series, David Chase as our guest today. As expected, Chase is a twenty-five-time Emmy Awards-winner, seven times Golden Globes winner, and highly acclaimed producer, writer, and director. His f…
 
EPISODE 158 - HARIS ZAMBARLOUKOS - Cinematographer Team Deakins has a great conversation with cinematographer Harris Zambarloukos (MAMMA MIA!, SLEUTH, MR IN-BETWEEN, ARTEMIS FOWL) in this episode. Harris shares his experiences working with director Kenneth Branagh, Paul Sarossy, and Phyllida Lloyd. Harris talks about learning the steps of observati…
 
Antoine Fuqua and Jake Gyllenhaal discuss the surprising results of filming in COVID confined spaces and Theodore Melfi shares his experience of writing and going for the yes... In this episode, we talk about… The challenge of creating a film with limited space and characters How shifting the story to Los Angeles changed Fuqua’s approach to the fil…
 
In episode #46 host Brett Stanley chats with photographer and director Scott Rhea. Scott’s career ranges from shooting Advertising and lifestyle images, to directing music video and commercials, and into his amazing personal fine art work – but through it all he’s had a great love of being underwater. They chat about where he gets his inspiration, …
 
I'm excited to talk to a fellow low-budget independent filmmaker today. Granted, he does low-budget films on a completely different level than I or most people do at this point. But if we are going to talk about budget filmmaking, it is only fitting to have expert horror film and television producer, Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Our chat so…
 
How do you think about risk? What role has it had in your life or career? The answer to these questions may surprise you. We've all heard that "risk is relative" and while this statement is true, it's also incomplete. It doesn't tell the whole story. To give a better answer we must first define what risk really means for each of us individually, be…
 
After 500 episodes I need a break. To celebrate this insane milestone we are flipping the script. Many of you in the IFH Tribe has asked me to have someone interview me on the show.So I asked my long-time friend and current IFH Show appearance record holder (he’s been on the show 13 times) writer, producer, actor, and [REDACTED] to come in and take…
 
The legacy of the crime drama television series, The Sopranos remains a defining art of storytelling for mob TV shows. We have the genius behind this hit TV series, David Chase as our guest today. As expected, Chase is a twenty-five-time Emmy Awards-winner, seven times Golden Globes winner, and highly acclaimed producer, writer, and director. His f…
 
Holy cow! This is episode 250 of the Grow Your Video Business podcast. Five years ago, my buddy Matt and I started this show to help video makers succeed as business owners. It’s been an amazing journey. For today’s special episode, I want to share the three biggest takeaways I’ve learned from hosting five years of this podcast. Key Takeaways Your …
 
Akiyuki Shinbo may be one of the greatest anime directors of all time - but how exactly does he direct anime? In this week's episode of Get In The Mecha, I do a brief study of Shinbo's OVAs to get to the bottom of what his style really looks like and what we can learn from his approach to anime. Timestamps:0:00 - Intro1:56 - Context3:08 - Le Portra…
 
In this episode the crew gets together to discuss #Malignant, currently streaming on #HBOMAX. The fact that this #movie made $32M is the reason why we do this #podcast. We perform a #public service so you stop #wasting your money. This movie is as confused, corney, and pompous as #Millennials. So here you go, this is the gist of it; #Madison (playe…
 
EPISODE 157- MARK MANGINI- Sound Designer Team Deakins converses with sound designer Mark Mangini (DUNE, BLADE RUNNER 2049, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, STAR TREK) about the world of sound. In this episode, Mark explains that his job is to tell stories with sound and to create universes that sonically don’t exist. He walks us through designing the sound for…
 
In this episode, which is a part of my series, FILM NOIR MOVIE REVIEWS, I review PICKUP ON SOUTH STREET, which was Directed and Co-written by Samuel Fuller ! The film starred Richard Widmark, Jean Peters and Thelma Ritter! My guest is Jonathan Geffner (plus a special appearance by TRILLO AND SUEDE). You can watch Jonathan's Film Noir Comedy web ser…
 
Welcome to Selling Secrets. The show about Action Movies, Spy Films and the marketing of Hollywood. In the third episode, we analyse the Fast Saga. Find out how this Point Break With Cars film became Universal Studios' most successful & longest running franchise. - Follow our socials - Show Instagram: @SellingSecretsPod Host Instagram: @007Aus YouT…
 
In today's episode of Vision Paradox After Hours, the gang talks about: 6:19 - If you could rid the world of one disease, what would it be? 10:32 - What's something you're surprised no one figured out? 12:07 - What's your favorite dinosaur? 16:00 - How do you know when to keep going vs giving up 28:24 - If you had your own brand of potato chip, wha…
 
This mini bonus episode features two awesome guests who both worked on the new James Bond film, Linus Sandgren the cinematographer, and Chris Corbould the special effects supervisor. In this episode, we talk about... How the process went shooting the movie on film and how they chose which sections to film differently for IMAX. Setting the mood for …
 
11:55, almost midnight. Enough time for one more story. One more story before 12:00, just to keep us warm. Spooky stories are awesome, and spooky movies are even better. Join me in welcoming Paranormal Pat to the Plastic Microphone Studios as we discuss our favorite Paranormal Films. Will we match? Tune in to find out! Find us using our Linktree or…
 
Screen composer Caitlin Yeo talks about her career writing music for film, television and documentary, and how she went about creating the score for the epic four-part SBS series New Gold Mountain – a murder mystery set in the Australian gold rush and told from a Chinese perspective – including working with director Corrie Chen, instrument choice, …
 
Award winning commercial and editorial sports photographer Donald Miralle joins the podcast to talk about his journey from competitive swimmer to shooting his 10th Olympic Games in Tokyo and how he went about creating a long lasting and successful career as a well known figure in sports photography on both the commercial and editorial sides of the …
 
The Cinematographer for the much anticipated James Bond film, 'No Time to Die', shares how he worked with the Director, Production Designer, and the Special Effects Supervisor to carry on the legacy of the Bond franchise in Daniel Craig's last hurrah as 007. 'In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardina, Tech Editor for The Hollywood Reporter, extends …
 
Lots of big and exciting news in the film industry this week, including the recent strike authorization vote by IATSE! In this episode, we talk about... IATSE, the union representing thousands of TV and film employees, has authorized a strike to gain equal pay for new media (such as streaming services), higher bottom rates for living wages, and ade…
 
Picking apart all the iPhone 13 camera features, behind the scenes creating the reviews and what photographers and filmmakers can expect. Watch the episode Special Guest: Michael Tobin. Sponsored By: Flipboard: Follow my curated news Privacy: Smarter payments. Get $5 to spend on your first purchase.By Tyler Stalman
 
The new Netflix movie, The Guilty follows Jake Gyllenhaal as Joe Baylor, an LAPD police detective who has been demoted to working at a call center as a 911 dispatcher. The film was shot during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in November of 2020 in just 11 days with a very small cast and crew on a controlled soundstage. Additional actors remotel…
 
I believe that most indie filmmakers have a dream of making a feature film, getting accepted to the Sundance Film Festival, and that film would be fought over in a massive bidding war that generates millions of dollars for the filmmakers. I’ve called this dream the lottery ticket mentally. I always say that someone wins the lottery every week somew…
 
EPISODE 156 - PETER SUSCHITZKY- Cinematographer Team Deakins sits down with cinematographer Peter Suschitzky (THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, DEAD RINGERS) for a great conversation. We learn that Peter started shooting at a very young age and was printing images in the darkroom at the age of 6! Peter tells us stories from wo…
 
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