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Best Ted Sim podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ted Sim podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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 mikepecci.com for more info.
 
TechMove is a show about Cinematography and Gear, Apple Products, and everything in-between. Rod and Keith go from simple to complex subjects relating to Macintosh computing, Digital Cinema, and provide hints, tips, insights and laughs. TechMove features contests where listeners win some great gear. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
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Film gear. What a love-hate relationship we have with that term. When it comes to buying the gear we need to make our art, it sometimes feels like we have to maneuver through a sea of snake oil just to find affordable, dependable equipment. Meeting someone who is genuinely interested in providing artists with the tools they need without exploiting …
 
For those of you who consider yourself as a filmmaker, there's a good chance that you didn't start off that way. For our guest Casey, he started out in the army before finding his calling as a cinematographer. To start off on the bottom floor can be daunting, but you make sure that the experiences that you gather along the way, whether it's investi…
 
It's your worst nightmare: you wake up to find your favorite entertainers laughing at every word you say. Host Mike Pecci came out of Music Video Directing Retirement to create the nightmare-fueled Lynchian music video for Czarface's "Bizarro" featuring Tom Segura & Christina P from Your Mom's House. Longtime friends Mike, DJ7L, & ESOTERIC of Czarf…
 
Filmmaking can be such a bizarre career to pursue; schedules are crazy, your income fluctuates constantly, friends can change, and sometimes you fall on your head and make a feature. That's Mike Pecci's story, a feature filmmaker in the indie world. From Boston to New York, then back to Boston and now LA, Mike Pecci talks us through his journey as …
 
Staying focused at a time like this is so difficult. This week, Host Mike Pecci & Liam D. O’Brien discuss the importance of making lists, how impactful a sandwich can be, and how to make the most of being quarantined. Liam also shares some resources for creatives to get through this time financially, mentally, and emotionally. Check out the links b…
 
Animation and cinema constantly reference each other, and the animated films of the 1980s captivated Host Mike Pecci through their exaggerated motion, their impossible camera angles, and their ability to break all the rules of physics and cinema. The insane amount of time and effort it takes to create animations, however, brings the art form to ano…
 
All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us. With Covid-19 quarantining the U.S., it’s important to remember to keep our creative expression alive, so we’ve created a mini-series to document this time & offer info / news / advice / how we’re using this as an excuse to create! For our first episode, Rick Darge has returned to …
 
Here's a story you haven't heard before. You're playing NCAA basketball, only to have your leg injured which will cost you your livelihood and force you down a different path. You sell water coolers for a couple of years after school because all your money went into starting a rap blog you thought was going to blow up. But after some long, tumultuo…
 
Every time you work on a new project, you gain experience that you can bring with you to the next one. Host Mike Pecci affectionately refers to the tricks and life experience you bring with you as your toolkit. For actors and directors, language is one of the most intricate tools within that toolkit and can make or break an audience’s experience. A…
 
There’s no expiration date on artistic ability. The saying is that the best time to invest your money was 10 years ago, but the second best time is now. The same can be said for your artistic career. Paul Pecci, our host Mike Pecci’s father, is well-versed in both sides of that phrase. Paul spent most of his life as a banker, but connected with his…
 
Horror has always held a special place in Host Mike Pecci’s heart, and one name that stands as a legend in the world of horror is Sam Raimi. To be part of the Evil Dead franchise is a dream for so many, and to actually reach that dream: to be one of the people who get to see themselves in that universe… it takes a special kind of person. Our guest …
 
Cinematographers will often say that the key to their success is their collaboration with production designers. After all, it's hard to make a good-looking image without good-looking set pieces of fill the frame. As filmmakers, it's can be hard to communicate the visual world of your story in terms of design. Guy Hendrix Dyas, the acclaimed product…
 
YOU ARE MAKING PROGRESS. REACHING YOUR DREAMS TAKES TIME. DO NOT UNDER-APPRECIATE EXPERIENCE. Host Mike Pecci and guest Cinematographer Oren Soffer discuss what it means to trust in your path and your decisions in the film business. In this episode of ILWP, we cover the benefits of building a personal brand, putting in the hours to hone your craft,…
 
The American Society of Cinematographers. To many, it's just a fancy title at the end of many prominent names. To some, it's a brotherhood. Richard Crudo, ASC, cinematographer of many well-known films and commercials, remembers the clubhouse fondly as he recounts his interactions with some master cinematographers of his time and how he eventually b…
 
Don’t lie. You’ve thought about it: What is it like to be a porn star? With over 650 million views on Pornhub, Logan Pierce is one of the most popular male talents in the adult industry. Host Mike Pecci has the same questions you do about what it’s like to work in porn, and Logan was more than happy to help us peak through the bedroom door to see w…
 
Fast cars. Big stars. Huge sets. That’s the average day for guest Mike Ambrose as he works as a Union Gaffer on projects like the Fast & Furious Franchise, Marvel Studios films, and Mad Men. Host Mike Pecci travelled to the set of Ambrose’s current film to meet the gaffer on location & get an in-person experience of what it’s like to be a gaffer on…
 
We’ve all heard about how great LEDs are. Not only are they cooler, easier to handle, and use less energy than tungsten options, you can even program them to be any color of the rainbow. Or so they say… Cinematographer Tim Kang comes from a scientific background, and uses both his technical and artistic skills as a Color Scientist for Quasar Scienc…
 
One of the first questions that you may get asked about your movie is, "What camera did you shoot on?" Is that meant to take away from your artistry and everything else that you did on a movie? To some, maybe. To others, it can be a sign of respect. Learning about the technology and applying it to storytelling is the very basis of filmmaking. With …
 
Who decides what movies get made? Is it the artists? The executives? Something more sinister, maybe? Machines? We're living in a world where artificial intelligence is being used to decide what content is placed in front of you, so what does that mean for us: the the viewers and creators?Guest Brett McCabe returns to the show to share his thoughts …
 
These days, Hollywood blockbusters are dependent on huge epic action sequences. Characters either fight on planets that we have never seen before or hopelessly dodge skyscraper-sized creatures that battle in post-apocalyptic cities. Ever ask yourself, how the hell do you shoot something, create the effects for a creature that doesn't exist? Where d…
 
Sometimes, we mischaracterize horror as a genre with its entirely own set of rules to follow. The truth is, horror can come from anywhere, in any form. Michael Fimognari, the cinematographer to many successful horror films such as Doctor Sleep and Oculus, tells us that the horror in his latest project The Haunting of Hill House comes from our innat…
 
How can you survive as a musician in the modern music industry? In today's episode of the In Love with the Process Podcast, host Mike Pecci interviews musician Jordan Rudess backstage at a Dream Theater concert! The two discuss the origins of Jordan's career, how to diversify your income as a musician, how learning the play classical music broadene…
 
Joseph Kahn, legendary music video director for artists such as Britney Spears and Taylor Swift, has led an incredible life. From dropping out of film school to working on gangster rap videos, he scrapped together everything he could to be where he is now, and the journey has been nothing if not unforgettable. CAUTION: Wild stories ahead. In this e…
 
Ring in the new year 2020 with ILWP podcast host Mike Pecci as he discusses his new approach to tackling the new year. Forget a new years resolution, make a to-do list that brings you closer to your dream...one small attainable step at a time.Download Mike’s GOODBYE 2019 SPOTIFY PLAYLIST at inlovewiththeprocess.comCheck out Code Elektro and more ab…
 
Got a long trip home for the holidays? We got you covered with a SUPER-SIZED HOLIDAY SPECIAL featuring comic book writer and film director Kyle Higgins (Nightwing, Batman, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Hadrians Wall, COWL). Kyle sits down with host Mike Pecci and discusses how he got started writing in comics, his long and winding path to become a …
 
Cinematographer Valentina Caniglia's love of the craft crosses mediums and continents. Her talent and adventurous spirit has taken her across the US, to the Middle East, Europe, Africa and beyond. She's shot features, shorts, music videos and commercials for a variety of clients including; HBO, Canal Plus, Showtime, RAI, Netflix and was Voyage TV's…
 
A cinematographer, like a painter or musician, is an artist, and every artist has their own personal tastes. It's easy to fall into the artistic trends of the decade, but what's more important is what the artist brings from within, according to Natasha Braier, ASC. For the acclaimed cinematographer of indie classics such as Neon Demon and Gloria Be…
 
This episode is all about getting your work seen by the public. How do you raise your hand higher than the sea of other content out there? One way that many filmmakers have tried (including our host Mike Pecci) is by making a fan film. In today's episode, we are joined by Phil Hawkins the director of STAR WARS ORIGINS. Take Indiana Jones and pair i…
 
In this episode host Mike Pecci sits down with professional photographer Corey Nickols (20th Century Fox, Backstage Magazine, CBS, HBO and more) and talks about the different techniques that photographers use to make money these days. The two take a deep look at how to find happiness as a freelancer and how much money you actually need to stay aflo…
 
If you thought moving your entire life to Los Angeles to pursue filmmaking as a career was scary, you're absolutely right. It can be grueling to make it as a director or cinematographer on your own, which is why it's important to connect with the filmmakers around you. Jakob Owens, a director/cinematographer who founded the YouTube channel TheBuffN…
 
Shooting a TV show is vastly different from shooting a movie. Period. Instead of a director, you are met with the visions of show runners and producers. Instead of one cinematographer, there could be multiple working on the show at once. As the director of photography for the pilot and/or first season of a show, establishing the look is everything,…
 
Have you ever had trouble charging for your work as a freelancer? How much is my experience worth? Should I work for free because the experience is worth it? When can I finally start to make the money I deserve? One this episode, special guest Ben Consoli (Go Creative Show Podcast) and host Mike Pecci go deep into some of the hard truth's behind th…
 
Our guest this week is Pavel Shatu. A Russian actor from West Siberia best known for his roles in 12 Kilometers and Orange Is The New Black. He recently joined the Theater of Russian Actors "TRACT" NYC as a leading actor. Pavel and Pecci have worked together a few times, and the two get deep into the different methods of acting, finding the courage…
 
Think about your favorite music videos. What do they have in common? Whether they're hip hop, electronic, or country music videos, they follow at least one of these few tenants that we talk about. Justin Jones, who has shot more than 400 music videos, knows what makes a good video and bad video, so we invite him into the studio to learn exactly wha…
 
In this episode, host Mike Pecci sits down with comedy director and actor Rick Darge. He is one half of the comedy team SPOOKY BONUS, the creative team responsible for some of the funniest short films on the internet ("THANKS MAN" and "BLASTOFF"). Rick talks about his origins and an editor, discusses the motivational techniques he uses to continuou…
 
This week, cinematographer Mihai Malaimare Jr., a renowned filmmaker for his work with Francis Ford Coppolla and Paul Thomas Anderson, sits down with us in the studio to talk about his latest project, JoJo Rabbit. We also cover his journey as a cinematographer and what it was like shooting films in Europe.…
 
The road for filmmakers and cinematographers is a long one, full of obstacles and setbacks along the way. This was true for Todd Banhazl, a successful commercial and feature DP who has worked with artists such as Lorde and Janelle Monae. While talking about his preeminent work, he comforts us with stories about what it was like out of film school a…
 
In this new episode on cinematography, host Mike Pecci sits down to a cheese plate and red wine with cinematographer Kayla Hoff. She has been shooting music videos, commercials, films and narrative series for years now. Meticulously developing her very unique and beautiful style. Listen as the two go deep into the art behind cinematography. Topics …
 
Director Ryan Connolly (Film Riot) and Director Mike Pecci (ILWP) are convinced they are the same person, just from parallel universes. They both are at similar points in their career, they both are influenced by the same films, they both host podcasts about film making and they both just completed similar horror pitch films centered around door kn…
 
So every great movie starts with a script.Some poor son of a bitch sitting in front of a blank page, a lonely glowing computer screen…waiting…for the magic to come pouring out. This is the first episode that we have done on screenwriting and it’s a good one! Featuring the Rasmussen Brothers, the sinister siblings responsible for THE WARD, DARK FEED…
 
Not all movies are made for hundreds of thousands of dollars, and the case of The Peanut Butter Falcon, Nigel Bluck, the cinematographer, had to be aware of his limitations and utilize the classic phrase, "Less is always more" to make, what is now a new Classic American Film. A true minimalist filmmaker, Nigel talks about his upbringing and the imp…
 
Host Mike Pecci sits with actress Maggie Budzyna and discusses her origins as a child actor, shooting in Budapest, and her recent transition into directing. You don't want to miss the exciting 50th episode of In Love with the Process.Check out Maggies work: http://maggiebudzyna.com/index.htmlSponsored byPuget Systems: www.pugetsystems.com/solutions…
 
Directors and actors aren't the only people needed to make a movie. You have the unsung heroes of the grip and electric department, whose job it is to set up complicated lighting schemes and heavy rigs. It's often a thankless job that requires being on set for long days without very much idle time. That's why we have Martin Torner, union grip for m…
 
In this episode, host Mike Pecci has an in-depth conversation with COMPANY 3 senior colorist Andrew Geary. He has brought his talent to the HBO series The Rightous Gemstones, the award winning Showtime series, Escape at Dannemora, directed by Ben Stiller; the Netflix original documentary, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened; USA’s The Purg…
 
You may notice LED lights popping up on your film sets more and more often as RGB lights are becoming a normal lighting staple. With so many options out there, it's hard to differentiate the look and color accuracy between them. Companies like to use a measurement called CRI (Color Rendering Index) and TLCI to measure how accurate the color is to e…
 
Host Mike Pecci sits with actor Lance Williams on the front porch of Pecci's new place in Los Angeles. The two share stories about saying goodbye to old friends and family, driving in La, and the power of having a hobby outside your industry. All of this over quite a few cold beers.The first episode recorded in sunny LA!Sponsored byPuget Systems: w…
 
Second Unit - they're the unsung heroes who shoot the extras, inserts, and secondary inserts for a film or TV show. They're the ones who provide the editors with stuff to cut to. They're the ones that have to use their creativity to blend their visual style to the vision of the cinematography. Jaron Presant, ASC cinematographer who has shot second …
 
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