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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!
 
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 ...
 
Every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century. Join Mike and Brian as they reevaluate the films and Academy Awards of the past, talk trivia and top fives, and address the big question: "Would you keep or kick the Academy's picks for Best Picture?" All that and more on Best Picture This -- where it's always Oscar season!
 
Every week Dave Maze sits down with a new guest in the Golden Hour Studio. These guests are a diverse assortment of creatives ranging from YouTubers, Instagrammers, photographers, filmmakers, and entrepreneurs who have taken their creative skills to build a successful business. New episodes every Tuesday morning!Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see video interviews: https://www.youtube.com/GoldenHourPod
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
For all your Photography & Cinematography needs in a small, entertaining and easily digestible package! A podcast in which Michael Fincham and myself (Charlie Locke) hope to express our skills, experiences and opinions within Photography & Cinematography. Amatuers, teaching Amatuers, honest and open. Fear not!
 
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.
 
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.
 
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!!
 
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.
 
Join us as we discuss old and new movies. In every episode, we talk about a specific movie and share our thoughts about what we thought. Enjoy listening as we discover where the conversation will go! Want to be part of the conversation? Chime in on at: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheBrokenMug/
 
Conversations with every department in the film industry. London based cinematographer Carter Hewlett talks with any cast or crew members that works with the cinematographer at any point in the production pipeline. Directors, Gaffers, Colourists and anyone in between.There's more to being a cinematographer than the photography. Let’s learn how we can become better at what we do on an interpersonal level and work better with everyone we connect with on set.
 
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.
 
Movie Geeks United is one of the most popular movie-themed podcasts with a worldwide listening audience of close to 8 million. Includes more than 1000 original interviews with some of the brightest talents in the industry, including Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Duvall, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, David Cronenberg, Brian De Palma, and more. Home of the internationally acclaimed The Kubrick Series.
 
/rē’kast/ is a visual - film and television analysis podcast hosted by Loyola University Alum, Stephanie Caston. Each episode will review old and new T.V. programs and motion pictures. Each episode will examine cinematography, acting, directoring, writing/plots and more!
 
The Art vs. Commerce podcast is a conversation with creative industry professionals who have made a career out of their art. Our discussions range from their personal history, breaking down famous scenes they helped create and learning how they manage to maintain their personal aesthetic in an arena that demands compromise. As a cinematographer for commercials, documentary and narrative, podcast host Jared Levy enjoys these conversations and learning from these talented industry professionals.
 
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Many of the tribe know that I spent thousands of hours working in a mom and pop video store throughout my high school years. This is why I'm so excited to bring you today's show. We have Taylor Morden, director, and producer of the nostalgia documentary, The Last Blockbuster (2020).The Last Blockbuster is a fun, nostalgic feature length documentary…
 
We are mixing it up today with a Q+A episode that is less Q and less A than normal but hopefully entertaining nonetheless. I know the folks in the Patreon group get this stuff all the time but it is always good to share some of the questions outside the group to reach a broader audience. If you have any questions or topics for the next podcast pela…
 
EPISODE 104 - TONY JANNELLI - Head of Graduate Cinematography Studies at NYU Team Deakins speaks with cinematographer Tony Jannelli who is the head of the graduate cinematography department at NYU. He walks us through the structure of NYU film school and how the filmmaking is taught. He speaks of how important it is for a young filmmaker to find th…
 
Cinematographer Matty Libatique's work ranges from mind-bending features like Pi, Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream to huge Marvel movies such as Iron Man and Birds of Prey. He enjoys balancing his work on both large films and smaller indies in order to feel satisfied and to keep his craft sharp.For his latest film, The Prom, Matty met with direct…
 
Mike and Chris talk with documentary cinematographer Jenna Rosher about her work shooting the new Apple TV documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry. Topics include what it's like to make a living shooting documentaries, the technique of cinéma vérité and how documentary is fundamentally different than journalism. https://www.jennaros…
 
National Geographic photographer and Asia specialist Michael Yamashita joins us in this episode, discussing the vast changes to the photography industry that have taken place across his career, disappearing communities and environments, NatGeo's booming presence online, and his role as a volunteer fireman in the small town he calls home. Follow Mic…
 
EPISODE 106 - CARTER BURWELL - Composer Team Deakins speaks with composer Carter Burwell in this episode. Carter is known for his work on NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, CAROL, and WONDERSTRUCK. We talk in-depth about the experience of working with the Coen Brothers which is where he started his career in composing for film. Working with the Coens is a goo…
 
Subscribe to our YouTube channel! https://youtube.com/ghpod Roberto Blake is one of the original YouTube educators and he has built multiple businesses around creative entrepreneurship. He is the founder of Awesome Creator Academy and the host of his YouTube channel with over 500k subscribers. Roberto has helped countless creators out there and in …
 
Darius Wolski has a resume as eye-popping as many of the tentpole movies he's lensed. He's been a longtime collaborator of Ridley Scott's as well as Paul Greengrass, demonstrating that Wolski can get an amazing job done in a wide-ranging variety of styles. He breaks down shooting Hanks starrer News of the World, how he and Tim Burton survived exper…
 
In this episode the crew gets together to discuss Hulu’ Boss Level. It’s kinda like the evil twin to the classic film “Ground Hog Day”. The jokes are a little darker, the reason for the every lasting reliving of the same day is a bit more serious, and of course, there’s at least a top less woman in this one. So the concept much like many of what we…
 
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
 
In Season 3 we will be deconstructing the work and career of film director Sofia Coppola on The Directors Series Podcast hosted by Cameron Beyl.Proud Member of the IFH Podcast Networkhttp://www.ifhpodcastnetwork.comBy Alex Ferrari | Filmmaker, Directing, Visual Effects, Crowdfunding, DP, Film Distribution & Film Business
 
Chris and Mike attempt to answer the question: which of these two editing software giants is best? Factors considered include price, buyer persona, technical and community support, release schedules, supporting software and personal preference. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)By Videomaker Inc.
 
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…
 
How much truth do we need in movies that are "based off of a true story"? Director Ron Howard takes many liberties throughout "A Beautiful Mind," which took home the Academy Award for Best Picture. But is the movie better or worse because of those changes? Mike and Brian explore the film's best moments, compare Russell Crowe's performance to those …
 
EPISODE 105 - CHRIS MENGES - Cinematographer Teams Deakins speaks with the talented cinematographer, Chris Menges (MICHAEL COLLINS, THE KILLING FIELDS, KES). We talk at length about his start in documentaries and what you learn from shooting documentaries - learning to force the image, working in impossible situations, looking and noticing light an…
 
Today on the show we have critically acclaimed author, World-renowned speaker, educator, pastor, and audible.com Audie Awards Finalist Eric Thomas, Ph.D.ET, as he is better known, has taken the world by storm, with his creative, common-sense approach to living a successful, satisfying professional and personal life. Through a significant social med…
 
How Vihn and the rest of his team help Marques make the best tech videos in the world, and Vihn debates his next camera. Special Guest: Vinh Dang. Sponsored By: Fortnite: Embrace your wild side in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6: Primal. MixKit: Free assets for your next video project Links: MKBHD - YouTube Vinh Dang - YouTube…
 
What makes a cult classic? For director Richard Kelly's "Donnie Darko," starring a young Jake Gyllenhaal, it's its seamless mix of horror, comedy, sci-fi, philosophy, '80s pop music, religious subtext and an unwavering committment to Sparkle Motion. But how does all that ambition hold up on rewatch? In this episode, Mike and Brian dive into the mov…
 
In this episode of Film School Friday, Corey and Bill talk about that dreaded phrase "fix it in post". Can you fix it in post? Probably. Should you fix it in post? If you didn't plan for it the day of your shoot, then sure. But planning is key to avoiding this all too common approach. "I feel like you're personally attacking me right now." - Corey …
 
On the show, today is academy award-winning documentary and film director, and producer, Kevin Macdonald. He is one of few directors who dance the line of film and documentary seamlessly. He directed documentaries like Whitney (2018), crowdsourced documentary - Life in a Day (2011), Marley (2012), among others.He is famously known for his 2006 dram…
 
Joined once again by Katherine Tolentino, this week on the No Film School Podcast: Ryan Coogler reveals an admirable distaste for the Oscars and Netflix gives an astonishingly phat new paycheck to Rian Johnson for two 'Knives Out' sequels. In Tech Talk, Charles explains exactly how autofocus works. For Ask No Film School, a question about the defau…
 
Screenwriter Liz Doran of Please Like Me, Doctor Doctor, Dance Academy, Ready for This and more talks about the challenges of jumping from writing to producing for new SBS series The Tailings. Liz also talks to the power of mentorships, her advice for applying for funding and her tips for producers and writers. Watch all episodes of The Tailings on…
 
Our guest today is the award-winning screen and television writer, professor, visual artist, and author, Pamela Douglas. Pamela is a member of the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America and a USC School of Cinematics Arts tenure professor for screenwriting. She is credited for her writing on shows/series such as Star Trek: The Next Gene…
 
In episode #39, host Brett Stanley chats with underwater director of photography Zac Macaulay. Zac’s career has taken him from assisting in his younger days to a sort after stills photographer shooting underwater commercials for large brands, and now a cinematographer working out of his base in Brighton, England. They chat about his start in the in…
 
Almost Famous is a 2000 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Cameron Crowe and starring Billy Crudup, Frances McDormand, Kate Hudson, and Patrick Fugit. It tells the story of a teenage journalist writing for Rolling Stone in the early 1970s, his touring with the fictitious rock band Stillwater, and his efforts to get his first cover s…
 
Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/ghpod Jackson is a cinematographer and tech YouTuber who is currently in film school. In our conversation, we talk about camera gear, tech, YouTube life, and whether film school is still worth it. LINKS https://www.youtube.com/jacksonhayes https://twitter.com/jacksonhvisuals https://twitter.com/…
 
I’m always looking for success stories in the film business to study and analyze. Edward Burns (The Brothers McMullan) Robert Rodriguez (El Mariachi), Kevin Smith (Clerks), and Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) come to mind. I’m sure many of you are familiar with the cult indie film classic The Boondock Saints but many of you might not know the crazy…
 
What does it mean to never have a plan B? For veteran award winning DP Nancy Schreiber it meant continuing the grind, but also adjusting to the opportunities and realities she was presented with. How can you do the same? When getting DP jobs was less likely because of her gender, she took more gaffing jobs. When she got the chance to shoot video (V…
 
The title of this one might be slightly misleading. In DP speak "All In Camera" can at times translate to not much in camera. In this episode of the podcast we look at a green screen heavy shoot we pulled off in less than ideal conditions. Enjoy the behind the scenes look! Advanced Cinematography: On Set Training Are you interested in coming on set…
 
Welcome to the first conversation of the Next Level Soul Podcast. I want this episode to be special and I couldn't be more excited to bring you today's remarkable guest. On the show we have speaker, executive coach, and author Gary Buckmann. His comeback story is one for the ages.While in college, Gary Buckmann went from being a top-level gymnast t…
 
Our guest today is a youtube sensation and many of you might already be fans of his. Darious Britt is a filmmaker, youtuber actor, and director.Following his graduation from the University of Arizona in 2012, he launched his Youtube channel where he shares educational filmmaking gems with his 350,000 subscribers since 2013 - sharing his journey and…
 
Can a fantasy epic really be one of the best pictures of the year? Peter Jackson gets started on his Lord of the Rings trilogy with "Fellowship of the Ring," and Mike and Brian tackle the big themes — and some small, petty ones — in this episode, which was simulcast on Facebook Live. Visit bestpicturethis.com for past episodes and that all-importan…
 
In this episode we meet our co-host, serial side hustler Corey Allen. We talk about where Corey and Bill first met, making the transition from stills photographer to cinematographer, how great ShareGrid is for creators, and more. Corey's Lightning Round Answers: Favorite Movie - Top Gun Last Movie You Watched - Doors & Prospect Favorite Director - …
 
EPISODE 103 - SANDY POWELL - Costume Designer Team Deakins talks with the celebrated costume designer, Sandy Powell (THE FAVOURITE, VELVET GOLDMINE, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE). We delve into many things, such as how a costume designer helps the actor find his/her character, being mindful of the silhouette and shape of a design, and working with a directo…
 
Is Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro) really an "avenging angel"? How are we supposed to feel about his climactic shootout? Is director Martin Scorsese trying to drive us crazy with saxophones?!? Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture in 1976, TAXI DRIVER is crammed full of enigmas, and in this special bonus episode, Mike and Brian dive headlo…
 
In this episode of Film School Friday, Corey and Bill discuss the differences between a director and a director of photography. Sometimes on smaller projects this person is one and the same, but on larger projects these roles serve two very different functions. "Please make sure you feed your crew." - Corey Allen Links https://www.infocuspodcast.co…
 
On the show today is LA native, music artist, filmtrepreneur, filmmaker and actor, Robert Schwartzman. Robert comes from a long line of musicians and film talents. He’s related to industry names like Nicolas Cage (cousin), Sophia Coppola (cousin), Jason Schwartzman (brother), Francis Ford Coppola (uncle), etc. Growing up with these influencers, he …
 
Justice League, Zack Snyder, and Joss Whedon continue to hit headlines as we ask if Ray Fisher’s recent demands for the Justice League investigations should be released. We also talk about personality types of directors; debunking the myth that all directors should be extroverts. But what even IS an extrovert? In Tech News, Charles marvels at the a…
 
Maryse Alberti is a very eclectic and prolific cinematographer, shooting documentaries, indie films, television shows, commercials and large films over the course of her career. She prefers films that deal with something real- they don't have to revolutionize the world, but the characters have to be interesting and grounded in reality.On her latest…
 
Photographer, Director, and DP Gabriel L'Heureux joins the podcast to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in DC making skateboard videos with his friends, to getting his foot in the door of the ski and snowboard industry as a filmmaker with companies like Matchstick Productions and Mack Dawg, to finally getting the opportunity to work with…
 
We have for you on the show today screenwriter and director, Boaz Yakin, The writer behind The Punisher, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, The Rookie, & Safe and directing, The Fresh, Remember the Titans and the comedy-drama, Uptown Girl among others.Growing up in a talented theatrical family, it was only natural for Yakin to pursue a life in film or s…
 
EPISODE 102 - DYLAN GOSS - Aerial Cameraman Team Deakins talks with aerial cameraman, Dylan Goss (DUNE, BLADE RUNNER 2049, SICARIO). We have the opportunity to look closely at this very specialized area. We look at the technical aspects and how they have changed. And we talk about when he is brought in, how he figures out what is needed, and the im…
 
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