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Today on the show I talk media exposure with Stephanie Lee! Stephanie is an expert media strategist and shares so much wisdom on getting compelling stories into the media. Most of us think that high profile media coverage is something outside of our reach and is reserved for celebrities or billionaire business owners. In reality, top-tier media coverage is a serious possibility for you and can be an absolute game changer for your business. The media is always hungry for a compelling story. All you have to do is tell your story in the right way and to the right people! Key Takeaways Use Stephanie's “Pitch Like a Pro” framework to develop a popular, relevant, and original story from your life that people will want to share. Media attention has a snowball effect for your business. It continually leads to bigger and better opportunities which then compound into even bigger and better ones in the future. Start gaining traction in the media by telling the right story to the right people. About Stephanie Lee Stephanie Lee is a media strategist and founder of Clout Monster, where we teach entrepreneurs, creatives, and businesses how to get top-tier media attention and exposure. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [4:29] Meet Stephanie Lee [7:27] Finding your voice [15:04] The importance of media attention [22:49] The nature of visibility and the press [29:17] Getting noticed and being confident in your value [37:18] “Pitch Like a Pro” Framework [47:11] Practical next step [48:48] Connect with Stephanie [50:57] Outro Quotes “This is an industry of credibility, right? People like to work with people they know, like, and trust.” - Stephanie Lee [18:49] “The nature of visibility and press, you know, the more press you get, the more visible you get and naturally the more opportunities open up.” - Stephanie Lee [22:59] “you can't deny the network effect that having press and being so visible gives you because all of a sudden people want to talk to you and when you know more people, that opens up more opportunities. That just leads to growth.” - Stephanie Lee [25:07] “The easiest way that I tell everybody to make your story original is to make it a personal story, right? When you talk about yourself, you talk about your own backstory, your own unique circumstances and lessons that automatically makes it original, even if, like, the takeaways are, you know, not entirely original, but there's so many universal, applicable lessons that the reader will still be able to find valuable.” - Stephanie Lee [44:18] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Follow Stephanie Lee on Instagram | Twitter Read Cloutmonster's Newsletter Stephanie's exclusive behind-the-scenes look at a REAL pitch Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram Check out the full show notes page What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
In this episode the guys have special guest Jeff Reyes aka Echos World. Jeff is a military veteran who started his career as a weapons specialist for movies. Jeff later enlisted in the military after 911. Upon his tour ending he found a new passion behind the camera. Jeffs work can be seen in movies, music videos, and commercials. Like always we have our no manches segments and our words of wisdom segment.
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In the 19th century moving images were everywhere. Illusionists cast tricks using mirrors and shadows, whilst flick books, magic lanterns and Zoopraxiscopes unveiled the hidden mysteries of motion to a wide-eyed audience. By the later part of the century, new advancements in photography had made the dream of motion pictures reachable for a few genius inventors, who toiled away in dingy workshops, setting fire to volatile chemicals as they cranked the handles of their machines, hoping to capture moments in time. Most now attribute the birth of cinema to either Thomas Edison, the famous American inventor, or the French Lumiere Brothers, whose projection of a train pulling into a station terrified its excited audience. But there was another man who had been working on the problem of moving photographs and had seemingly cracked it several years earlier. On the dawn of his machine's great unveiling, however, he disappeared, leaving those behind to question, where in the world was Louis Le Prince? Sources Leeds Mercury (1930) Inventor Who Vanished. Leeds Mercury, Tues 09 Dec 1930. p1. Leeds, UK. Yorkshire Evening Post (1930) Leeds Street In First Successful Moving Picture. Thurs 11 Dec 1930. p6. UK. Fischer, Paul (2022) The Man Who Invented Motion Pictures. Faber & Faber Ltd. London, UK. Rawlence, Christopher (1990) The Missing Reel: The Untold Story of the Lost Inventor of Moving Pictures. Atheneum. London, UK. New York Sun (1891) The Kinetograph. New York Sun, Thurs 28 May, 1891. P1. New York, USA. ------- This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/darkhistories and get on your way to being your best self. ------- For almost anything, head over to the podcasts hub at darkhistories.com Support the show by using our link when you sign up to Audible: http://audibletrial.com/darkhistories or visit our Patreon for bonus episodes and Early Access: https://www.patreon.com/darkhistories The Dark Histories books are available to buy here: http://author.to/darkhistories Dark Histories merch is available here: https://bit.ly/3GChjk9 Connect with us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/darkhistoriespodcast Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/darkhistories & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dark_histories/ Or you can contact us directly via email at email@example.com or join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/cmGcBFf The Dark Histories Butterfly was drawn by Courtney, who you can find on Instagram @bewildereye Music was recorded by me © Ben Cutmore 2017 Other Outro music was Paul Whiteman & his orchestra with Mildred Bailey - All of me (1931). It's out of copyright now, but if you're interested, that was that.
Mandy Walker ASC is back on the show this week to take us through her phenomenal work on the film Elvis for Baz Luhrmann. Mandy did a fantastic job bringing the visuals together on the picture and she describes her approach, some of the tips and tools she used, and much more in this episode. Enjoy!A Cinematography […] The post The Wandering DP Podcast: Episode #368 – Mandy Walker ASC appeared first on Cinematography Podcast & Tutorials.
On today's show I want to share from my heart something that is deeply important to me - community. This is one of the major factors that drives what we do here at Studio Sherpas. We all need healthy, thriving community in our lives. It's the reason I'm where I am now. Community is where you can be yourself, celebrate your wins, and most importantly have people who care about you to carry you when times get too difficult to keep going alone. We all reach those times in our lives and businesses where we just don't know what to do or how to move forward. In those moments we need strong and loving people around us to help carry us to the other side. Find your people, it will change your life for the better and you won't regret it. Key Takeaways Find your people - this is how we are wired to thrive. By yourself you won't go as far as you can when in a strong community. Don't allow the scarcity mindset to limit you or affect the way you view others. The work you do is important. You can't do it sustainably without a strong business and a healthy community. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [3:59] The importance of community in Ryan's life [17:05] Launching Studio Sherpas [23:38] About the Studio Sherpas community [27:32] 10X Filmmaker [36:41] Outro Quotes “When I think about what I do today and what brings me life today, it's this, it's this word community.” [7:52] “In my heart of hearts, I really think that we were designed for community.” [24:56] “Because here's the thing. Like if you don't have a good business, you can't do this work for for a long time. And I just believe so much that the stories we're telling, the stories that we want to tell, the way that we're helping our clients, the way that we're doing that through video, it's so important. It's like some of the most important work that exists.” [25:42] “Content, coaching, and community, I think those things can propel your business into the next stage and honestly make it more enjoyable.” [30:12] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Sign up for 10xFILMMAKER Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
The Netflix mystery series 1899 is set on a migrant steamship on the high seas and was shot in a giant LED volume in Germany. Writer/producer Jantje Friese and producer/director Baran bo Odar created the show with collaborators, including director of photography Nikolaus Summerer and production designer Udo Kramer. In this special episode, we speak with both Summerer and Kramer about their experiences.
"Sign o' the times mess with your mind." For Episode 248, Brandon and David talk about a brilliant but underseen concert film from Prince. Listen as they discuss where Prince was in his career and why the film has been hard to find for years. Check out our new Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAMANTHA MOORE - Choreographer The effervescent and talented choreographer Samantha Moore (LA LA LAND, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, DANCING WITH THE STARS) joins us in conversation for this episode of The Team Deakins Podcast. Samantha's enthusiasm is infections, and her knowledge of dance is vast. She walks us through the ways she designs a dance for a single camera shoot, and how her methods change on a multiple camera one. We also dig into some of her most iconic work, including the stupendous twilight at Griffith Park sequence she arranged for Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. We also spend some quality time gushing over the persistent genius of CABARET, and why it's one of the all-time greats! Listen In! Available now!
GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY director of photography Steve Yedlin, ASC gives a masterclass in murder mystery cinematography. Learn how the blackout scene was shot, techniques for filming ensemble casts, and how motivated camera movement was its own character in the film. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Steve's thoughts on streaming distribution (04:31) HDR problems and TV calibration (10:24) Camera package used on GLASS ONION (16:11) Lens filters and custom modifications (18:45) Lighting techniques and technologies for GLASS ONION (26:18) Lighting philosophies and embracing glass reflections (31:54) Creating the lighthouse lighting rig (38:23) Filming large ensamble scenes and understanding eyelines (46:50) How camera motion is used in GLASS ONION (53:56) And more! Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links GLASS ONION on Netflix GLASS ONION trailer GLASS ONION IMDb Follow Our Guest Steve Yedlin's Instagram Steve Yedlin's Twitter Steve Yedlin's IMDb Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website
Today on the show we take a bit of a scientific look at one of the most valuable tools for generating new clients - referrals. Stacey Brown Randall has developed a system for building your business into one that thrives by using client referrals, all without ever having to awkwardly ask for them. Once you are able to capitalize on good, quality referrals you will realize just how much impact they can have for your business while investing very little time. This healthy system of referrals can be your key to developing a more sustainable business than you have ever had before. Your clients are human beings, if you treat them with the care and respect that they deserve and be intentional with your relationship with them, then you will develop sincerely loyal referral sources that feel good about referring you. Key Takeaways Referrals can be your most valuable and time-efficient source of new clients. Develop a referable client experience that goes beyond the work that you provide to make people want to refer you. Focus on impacting how your referral sources feel about you. Create reasonable and effective touch points to foster healthy relationships with your referral sources. About Stacey Brown Randall Stacey Brown Randall is the multiple award-winning author of Generating Business Referrals Without Asking, host of the Roadmap to Grow Your Business podcast, and national speaker. Stacey teaches business owners how to generate referrals naturally… without manipulating, incentivizing or even asking. She has been featured in national publications like Entrepreneur magazine, Investor Business Daily, Forbes, and more. She received her Master's in Organizational Communication and is married with three kids. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [4:03] Meet Stacey Brown Randall [5:06] Stacey's business background [16:32] The value of a successful referral system [24:26] Making the referral process feel genuine and natural [27:17] The science of referrals [31:15] Setting up your business for referrals [35:41] Key referral tactics [42:55] How to start a healthy relationship with your referral sources [47:29] Connect with Stacey Brown Randall [49:23] Outro Quotes “I know everybody can do anything for a short amount of time. But I needed something for longevity.” [9:59] - Stacey Brown Randall “To get to a point where a client would actually want to refer you, it's not just the work you produced, because if it were just the work you produced, every single client you've ever had that you've done great work for would be referring you.” [32:45] - Stacey Brown Randall “When we can impact how our referral source feels about us, we've then earned the opportunity to direct how they think about us.” [39:40] - Stacey Brown Randall “Here's the number one question people need to ask themselves. Do I believe that I should take care of the people who take care of my business? And if your answer to that is yes, then you probably need a plan in place to actually show them that gratitude.” [41:12] - Stacey Brown Randall Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the 5 Day Grow Your Video Business Challenge Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Stacey Brown Randall online Stacey Brown Randall's Podcast Connect with Stacey on LinkedIn Follow Stacey on Instagram | Facebook Free, On-Demand Webinar: Referral Ninja Roadmap Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
On Episode 212 I sit down with my friend Nick "Sweetness" Dupuy. Nick is a photographer and videographer who does a wide range of projects for all different types of people and organizations. You may recognize some of the work that he has done for CrossFit, The Big Fish Foundation, and more recently Team Shut Up and Row. Thank you all for listening and I hope you enjoy the show!
Narrative director Ramin Bahrani – best known for The White Tiger, Fahrenheit 451, and 99 Homes – speaks to Tiller today about his debut documentary feature entitled “2nd Chance”, a brilliantly inquisitive film about the inventor of the bullet proof vest, who shot himself in the chest 196 times. A self-made mythical figure with an allergy to accountability, Richard Davis's hilarious yet heartbreaking story is a particularly American one, as Bahrani puts it. During their discussion: Ramin reflects on:His personal journey to taking on this film (2:40) Extracting truth from a sociopath (10:30)The invaluable note from EP Joshua Oppenheimer (19:23)Influences on his voice-over script (25:04)The powerful final scene (30:55)Ending the film with Richard shooting himself over and over (37:20)
Photographer, Cinematographer, Aviator, Writer and Rodeo Enthusiast Jeff Berlin chronicles his exciting, multifaceted life and career and talks about his films Stormchaser, El Rey and The Wrangler.
In this session we are speaking with Ryan Atkinson about his vast experience working across the globe as a cinematographer. Ryan has spent 12 years filming wildlife and science filmmaking for the likes of the BBC Natural History Unit, Netflix and National Geographic. His work has taken him to over 50 countries on 6 continents, specialising particularly in polar and mountain environments and has seen him join expeditions of all shapes and sizes; from a 20 strong team abseiling into the world's most active volcano, to months spent following polar bears across the Norwegian pack ice, and long solitary hours on skis looking for foxes amongst the Canadian wilderness. No stranger to expedition hazards, he gets very cold hands after experiencing ‘minor' frost nip in -37 degrees, has been medevac'd following a scorpion sting in Tanzania, and has ongoing adventures involving jungle fungus. Having also volunteered for 8 years as a member of mountain rescue, his life took a slight turn with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Swapping tropical jungles for concrete jungles in 2021, he's now about to finish training as an emergency medical technician with London Ambulance Service, with a particular interest in trauma and critical care and a view to progressing onto his paramedic training in 2023. Ryan hopes to have a long and fulfilling second career ahead of him, combining clinical learning and work within NHS Ambulance trusts, with expedition medicine, photography and far fewer scorpions. You can find out more about Ryan here - http://ryanatkinson.tv/
On today's show I talk with my good friend Linda Fogg-Phillips about effectively creating habits. Leveraging habits in your life, the correct way, can be so valuable to building the business and life that you truly want. Linda has developed a super simple system for creating habits that stick and have lasting impact while exerting almost no willpower. It all starts with small intentional decisions that act as seeds which naturally grow into life-changing habits. With this system you can maintain a positive mindset in almost any situation and become an unstoppable force in this world! Key Takeaways Use the ABCs of the tiny habits system to establish an anchor moment, attach a tiny behavior to that anchor, and then celebrate every successful step. Rewards do not create habits. The positive emotions connected to instant celebration builds habits. Embrace the Maui Habit into your everyday life. Through specificity engineer routines that are built on habits and will grow your business into what you want it to be. About Linda Fogg-Phillips Linda's work focuses on behavior change and habit design. She is the Director of Tiny Habits® Academy, which offers courses that teach individuals and professionals how to create habits quickly and easily… without relying on willpower. As the mother of eight children, Linda has had her own behavior change and habit design laboratory for 37 years. She has a master's degree in Health Promotion and Exercise Physiology. Linda is the host of the soon to be launched podcast, Pearl Habits; Creating beauty and positivity from life's challenges. Linda has spent over 33 years studying health behaviors, including nutrition, fitness, and mental health. Her mission in life is to help others live a happier and healthier life by creating sustainable lifestyle behavior changes and habits that positively impact health. She has virtually coached over 15,000 people worldwide. She is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as an expert in virtual coaching, habit formation and behavior change. She is a contributing author and expert for the ACE Behavior Change Certification Program. Linda is an international author, public speaker, and consultant. She is the author of two books about understanding the online behavior of adolescents; Facebook for Parents and Facebook for Educators. Linda is a featured social media and family health expert in the media and in publications such as the New York Times, CNN, ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC. During 2009 - 2013, Linda was the adolescent behavior expert and online safety consultant for Facebook, Inc. Linda was commissioned by Facebook to write their first Facebook Online Safety Guide for Educators. Linda is a regular guest lecturer at Stanford University. In 2015, Linda was crowned Ms. United States of America Woman of Achievement. In 2018 she was awarded the title Women of Achievement Legacy Queen, which is a lifetime designation. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [4:26] Meet Linda Fogg-Phillips [7:59] Linda's story [11:40] The ABCs of the Tiny Habit system [24:52] Overcoming the awkwardness of celebration [29:12] Myths regarding habit creation [34:56] Applying habits and routine to your business [40:07] Living with a positive mindset [43:58] The human behavior behind the Tiny Habits system [52:24] The habit every business leader should create [55:22] Connect with Linda [57:16] Outro Quotes “Rewards do not create habits. Rewards are great, but it's the instant attachment of a positive motion that creates a habit.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [15:15] “The behavior needs to be so tiny that there's no resistance to doing that behavior and there's no willpower or motivation needed.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [21:51] “The reality is it's our emotions that create habits and so tapping into those emotions to use them positively to create the life that we want is really key.” - Linda Fogg-Phillips [34:39] "The number one thing that's most important about habit formation is confidence. The confidence that you have the ability to make changes in your life and you have a systematic approach that actually works.- Linda Fogg-Phillips [39:17] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the 5 Day Grow Your Video Business Challenge Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Linda Fogg-Phillips online Free 5-Day Tiny Habits program Tiny Habits Coach Certification training program Pearl Habits with Linda Fogg-Phillips Follow Linda Fogg-Phillips on Instagram | Facebook Connect with Linda Fogg-Phillips on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Today's guest is Paul Dudbridge, author of Making Your First Blockbuster: Write It. Film It. Blow it Up! Paul Dudbridge is a British director, producer, cinematographer, and educator, who makes feature films, television, commercials, and music videos.Paul started producing at the age of 11 when he roped in his father to shoot his first short film. When the resulting footage didn't match up to what he had seen in his head, Paul decided to go behind the camera himself, and from there, the whole notion of making films, directing, scripts, shots, and angles started to emerge.With over 20 years of experience in the business, Paul has numerous film and television credits to his name.His first broadcast credits include producing and directing ITV's The Christmas Storybook, featuring legendary actor Joss Ackland, as well as directing music promos for MTV. His work as a cinematographer includes the action thriller By Any Name, based on the best-selling book by Katherine John.As a producer and director, he helmed the science-fiction series Horizon, which went on to win a number of awards at international film festivals, as well as earning Paul a Best Drama Director nomination at the Royal Television Society (WoE) awards in 2016. When not filming, Paul guest lectures at various universities and colleges around the country.Most recently, he ran the Writing and Directing module for the Master's course at the University of Bristol, taught Cinematography at Falmouth Film School, and Advanced Cinematography workshops for BECTU, the UK's media and entertainment trade union.Here's some info on his new book Making Your First Blockbuster: Write It. Film It. Blow it Up!Everything you need, from getting the script right to the edit being tight, is laid out in an informal and easily digestible style. Making Your First Blockbuster covers not only all the major components but delves deep into the nuances that make the big blockbusters really deliver. The book uses examples from older and modern blockbuster movies, as well as the author's own experiences on set to help demonstrate points clearly and make them easy to understand. Aimed at the professional filmmaker, this comprehensive new book also covers how you can shoot and utilize special and visual effects in your films, as well as the techniques on how to shoot and edit action sequences safely, all whilst producing epic results on the screen.Please enjoy my conversation with Paul Dudbridge.
"I've got a tape I want to play." For Episode 246, Brandon and David start our series on concert films with one of the best of all time, STOP MAKING SENSE, starring Talking Heads. Listen as they discuss how Oscar-winning director, Jonathan Demme, became involved, and why the film is still beloved to this day. Check out our new Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: email@example.com
THE WHITE LOTUS season 2 director of photography Xavier Grobet, ASC, AMC joins us to discuss the pro's and con's of filming in a real hotel in Sicily, creating realistic sex scenes, shooting day for night, and more. Xavier tells Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli all about his camera and lens choices and how he paid homage to Monica Vitti's classic Italian films. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Paying homage to italian films (01:20) Challenges of filming in a real hotel (04:08) Visually approaching season 2 (09:17) Lighting and lensing for filming exteriors in Sicily (11:43) Lighting the environment for maximum camera co... (17:02) Xavier's Camera and Lens Choices (19:11) What makes filming sex scenes so difficult (23:33) Building suspense with cinematography (31:26) Tanya and the yacht massacre (35:58) Why DPs are ultimately probelm solvers (40:18) Shooting night for night (42:56) And more! Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links THE WHITE LOTUS IMDb THE WHITE LOTUS on HBO Max Follow Our Guest Xavier Grobet, ASC, AMC IMDb Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website
Roll the Credits is back after a month delay. Ryan and Tina hopes everyone had a great holiday season and a Happy New Year! They are back to discuss Cate Blanchett where both of their films saw her with an Oscar nomination. Tina's movie brings up conversation around the mental state of losing everything financially while Ryan's film brings up the topic of forbidden desires and you will want to buckle up for Tina's story on this one. Also, the hosts touch on the heartbreaking Damar Hamlin story and where you can donate should you desire to. RTC's thoughts and prayers are with Damar and his family and friends. RTC will be back on February 8th, enjoy your January!
Michael Adont is a rock art cinematographer who is studying portable rock art and the source and character of rock art scholarship in general. He interviewed me at the recent Petroglyph Festival and I asked him to be on the show. Our wide-ranging discussion will intrigue you and as always you never know what aspects of our studies will be revealed. Come along with us for another interesting ride.Links California Rock Art FoundationContact Dr. Alan Garfinkel firstname.lastname@example.orgArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public StoreAffiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion
Michael Adont is a rock art cinematographer who is studying portable rock art and the source and character of rock art scholarship in general. He interviewed me at the recent Petroglyph Festival and I asked him to be on the show. Our wide-ranging discussion will intrigue you and as always you never know what aspects of our studies will be revealed. Come along with us for another interesting ride.Links California Rock Art FoundationContact Dr. Alan Garfinkelavram1952@yahoo.comArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public StoreAffiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion
PEARCE ROEMER - Assistant Editor On this episode of The Team Deakins Podcast we are joined by the fabulous assistant editor Pearce Roemer (1917, TENET, X-MEN: APOCALYPSE). Pearce really understands the nuts and bolts filmmaking that goes on in the editorial department, and he tells us everything we want to know. We learn how Pearce got involved with the X-Men franchise, and has become an indispensable part of that team over the years. We also touch on a wide array of topics, including how Covid completely restructured the editorial workflow, screening the very first day of dailies for 1917, and even how solar radiation can lead to dead pixels in your footage! Don't miss it!
In this episode Ryan talks with ANDY ERWIN ( I Can Only Imagine, WoodLawn, American Underdog) about what it is like to direct and produce movies in the Hollywood studio system through his production company “Kingdom Story Company.”
Phil Stevens, born in New Jersey in 1972, is an award-winning director who uses his deep understanding of character arc development, his fleet of cinema cameras and production equipment—featuring the Alexa Mini LF—and his command of cinematography, message integration and talent management to craft authentic, relatable and encouraging stories. Along with winning multiple Tellys in both the Directing and Cinematography categories, Phil has also received the Best Short Film Director award of the 2020 International Christian Film & Music Festival for his writing and directing in “Something Blue.” Phil is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia.
We ride along on Antoine Fuqua’s “Training Day” and discuss: Cinematography, the horizon line; Story & Writing, story outline; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.“ – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Notes & References: The original ending was far less violent (MentalFloss) Denzel won […] The post Ep 220: “Training Day” appeared first on The Pestle.
From Beach City Media and Retro Bros. Productions, Raymond Lewis: L.A. Legend was directed by Ryan Polomski and produced by Kamilah Rae Lewis, Ryan Polomski, Dean Prator, Anthony Samad and Renard Young. Executive Produced by Ryan Polomski, Dean Prator, Brian Panish and Ed Gordon. Cinematography by Travis Auclair. Edited by Ryan Polomski. Distributed by Beach City Media. In addition to the Ken Burns prize nomination, Raymond Lewis: L.A. Legend was a Special Jury Selection for Best Feature Documentary at the 2021 Pan African Film Festival, won Best Documentary at the 2021 San Pedro International Film Festival and was an official selection at the 2021 Black Harvest Film Festival, 2021 Bronze Lens Film Festival, 2021 Houston International Sports Film Festival and 2021 Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival.
As we find ourselves knee deep in oscar bait and award-season fodder, we asked returning guest, film champion, fellow Dunable-slinging bassist, and low end legend of the band Thou (Mitch Wells) to come talk gear, tour, movies, and the Oscars if we got to pick em. From the funny, to the sad, to the horror, to the blockbuster bangers, we cover it all in what is surely the most difficult draft we have done so far. If you want to hear the full version of this episode where we talk about the "Barbie" Trailer, "65", "Avatar: The Way of Water", and so much more, you can get access to that and so many more bonus episodes and extended interviews at the Rigs of Dad Patreon Page where you can also hear more unedited, ad-free interviews with previous guests, patreon exclusives, and beyond! PLUS early access to EVERY episode. Check out all things THOU over at their bandcamp page. Ian has some new tunes with his project The Interesting Times Gang that you should check out and support via bandcamp. Ross's band Burial Waves will be playing with Soul Blind on December 17th in Baltimore. Get tickets in advance. Nat and Ian have some tunes and west-coast dates you must check out. Keep up with all things Strangelight by Checking out their BANDCAMP page for all the details. The incredibly talented David Cavalcante opened up THE tattoo shop in DC called District Tattoo Company. Follow them wherever you socially media, reach out to the artists, and book your appointment! Big shout out to the homies at www.shearrevival.com Take care of yourself. Look good, smell good, and feel good. Treat your body and neighbor's nose with love using Shear Revival! Use the code CLEANTONE10 to get 10% off your next order! Head over to Age of Ruin's Instagram and dive into some of the best thrash I have ever heard. Their new album is coming soon. It's produced by Mike Schleibaum of Darkest Hour and is just a relentless and refreshing metal cleanse. And be sure to check out their new live video from [hate5six] here. Huge loves to the incredible Sacha Dunable from Dunable Guitars. The guys is building the absolute BEST axes in the game and I am a firm believer that EVERYONE needs to own one. Check out www.dunableguitars.com if you need some real tone in your life. Much love to the fine folks at Custom District Pedalboards for allowing me to pack the heaviest tones on the lightest boards. Get yours over at www.customdistrictpedalboards.com Do you have a ton of guitars? Does the show not go on unless you have at least three guitars with you? Then you need to check out Quantum Industries. These dudes are putting out true tanks of guitar cases. Check out https://www.quantumindustries.jp/ BE SURE to enter ROD10 for a discount on your order!!!
Life After Winning Sundance with Diane BellI always talk about not counting on the "lottery ticket" mentality that so many filmmakers today count on. Winning Sundance is not a distribution plan. Well I was involved in a project, written and directed by Diane Bell, that did just that. It won not one but two awards at Sundance. She didn't count on winning, hell she didn't think in her wildest dreams that she would even be accepted. Here's the story.In 2010, 16 feature films were selected out of 1,058 submissions to be screened in the US Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival. Diane Bell's OBSELIDIA was one of them. It was made for less than $140,000, it had no movie stars in it, and none of the cast or crew had connections to Sundance. And yet it was picked out of the slush pile, and selected to premier on this world stage, alongside movies that had cost 100 times as much with big name movie stars and recognized directors.OBSELIDIA, premiered in the US Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2010, where it won the Alfred P. Sloan Award and the award for Excellence in Cinematography. It was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards 2011, including one for Best First Screenplay. It won acclaim at festivals around the world, including being named as Best of Fest at the Edinburgh Film Festival, Best Narrative Feature at Ashland Independent Film Festival, and winning the Youth Jury Prize for Best Film at the Valladolid Festival, Spain.If you ever wanted to know what it was like to be accepted and win awards at the Sundance Film Festival sit back and enjoy on conversation with Diane Bell.
**SPOILERS**A second look at Eyes Wide Shut. As more than two decades have passed, Eyes Wide Shut has continued to captivate and seduce audiences the way its source material, “Dream-Story” enchanted Stanley Kubrick and became his final masterpiece. Journey with us as we tail the Harford family down the rabbit hole and explore the bouquet of occult and religious symbolism running throughout Eyes Wide Shut.In this episode we discuss:Arthur Schnitzler's “Traumnovelle”Controversial ChangesStanley Kubrick's Symbolic LanguageMise-En-SceneName AnalysisDuck season or rabbit season??The Star of InannaWhere the Rainbow EndsBill's Secret PreferencesDominoSymbolism of the Christmas TreeThe Fate of HelenaIn the extended episode available at www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit we discuss:The PaintingsA Coat of ErmineThe InitiationSecrets of The Ritual SequenceRed CloakThe NetSub RosaLarry CelonaThe Toy StoreEach host is responsible for writing and creating the content they present.Where to find The Whole Rabbit:Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0AnJZhmPzaby04afmEWOAVInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_rabbitTwitter: https://twitter.com/1WholeRabbitMusic By Spirit Travel Plaza:https://open.spotify.com/artist/30dW3WB1sYofnow7y3V0YoSources:Kubrick Obituary by Larry Celona:https://nypost.com/1999/03/09/kubrick-happy-joking-just-before-death/Jeffery Epstein Obituary by Larry Celona:https://nypost.com/2019/08/10/convicted-pedophile-jeffrey-epstein-dead/33 Degrees of Eyes Wide Shut:https://33degreesofeyeswideshut.wordpress.com/Duck, Duck, Penis:https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2017/05/06/dont-be-fooled-ducks-are-sadistic-raping-monsters/amp/Tom Cruise Gay:https://gayety.co/why-people-think-tom-cruise-is-gayStanley Kubrick advertising:http://www.visual-memory.co.uk/amk/doc/0077.htmlA Deep Analysis of Eyes Wide Shut:https://idyllopuspress.com/idyllopus/film/ews_two.htmInanna:https://www.worldhistory.org/article/215/inannas-descent-a-sumerian-tale-of-injustice/Support the show
Season 2, Episode 16 CALLUM MCDOUGALL This week we are thrilled to be joined by the legendary producer Callum McDougall (1917, SPECTRE, INTO THE WOODS, SKYFALL). Callum tells us how his remarkable career in the film industry can be traced back to an afternoon when he got lost on the London subway system as a schoolboy. We also discuss how he climbed the ranks through the industry as an assistant director, and why that might be his favorite position on a shoot. Callum is a font of knowledge and experience. Listen in and hear him share some of his invaluable know-how! Available Wednesday, December 21st.
AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER director of photographer Russell Carpenter ASC talks with Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli about the making of the film and using the custom-made 3D Sony Venice. Russell also dives deep into the underwater motion capture system, the process of virtual filmmaking, lighting in a virtual world and so much more. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Russell's thoughts on critics (02:40) Filming the incredible underwater scenes with motion capture (07:37) Why Russell decided to film with the Sony Venice (15:28) Deep dive into the lighting of AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER (26:09) Was the Sony Venice Rialto born from AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER? (33:10) Filming at 48 frames per second (37:44) The cinematographer's role in a VFX-heavy film (43:10) AVATAR's production workflow explained (52:16) Why it's important for filmmakers to embrace new technology (01:01:07) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by: Sony Venice Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER IMDb Follow Our Guest Russell Carpenter ASC's IMDb Russell Carpenter ASC's Instagram Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website Ignition Visuals' Instagram Follow Dave Siegel (sound mixer) Dave Siegel's website
On today's show we talk with Matt Clark about overcoming mental and emotional roadblocks that are hindering both yourself and your business from being all that they can be. Matt shares personal stories from his heart, and his research in psychology, to walk through overcoming the imposter syndrome that will sabotage your success and fulfillment. Overcoming this and fixing the lens through which you view the world will change everything in your life and business. Don't let these things hold you back any longer. You have what it takes to reach higher than your highest goals and close the biggest deal of your video production career. Key Takeaways Be honest with yourself to come to a point of clarity in your mindset. Do what it takes to fix your perspective of yourself and the world. Value and honor yourself so that you can confidently charge what you are truly worth. Follow Matt's framework to believe in yourself and see your business succeed. About Matt Clark Matt Clark is a Speaker and expert Team Strategist. His focus on the neuroscience of belief formation and core belief transformation, coupled with his experience as a NASCAR championship Pit Crew Coach for drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson, gives him a unique perspective on mindset and performance. Matt understands the challenges of imposter syndrome, developing leaders, building teams and achieving results in an extremely competitive environment. His passion is to help high performers build a championship mindset as well as helping business leaders develop teams that drive performance. Along with doing time as an on air analyst for FOX Sports1, Matt has presented at conferences for AIRGAS International, CORNING USA, S&D Coffee, Grand Canyon University. He's also appeared on numerous podcasts including Fireprenuers, the 80/20 Podcast, Indie Pods Unite, the Joe Soto Show and Tenaciously Human. His personal and professional journey has given him valuable insights and experience on life and business. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show [2:47] Meet Matt Clark [4:45] A quick fun story [6:44] Matt's personal journey [13:45] The moment of realization that changed everything [21:58] The importance of recognizing the imposter syndrome [25:13] Keys to unlocking your potential and overcoming the imposter syndrome [37:57] The power of the subconscious [43:39] Monitoring the inputs of your mind [57:33] Connect with Matt Clark [58:31] Outro Quotes "What I consider success nowadays is building strong relationships and empowering people to unlock the potential.” - Matt Clark [4:16] “If you have experienced trauma, and it's not your fault, you have to forgive yourself” - Matt Clark [34:32] “I want people to be released from, hey, I'm not enough to like, you know what, I am enough.” - Matt Clark [37:45] “Let's start with the things that people see in us that are good.” - Ryan Koral [54:48] “The stories we tell ourselves are the lives we live out and our beliefs drive our destiny.” - Matt Clark [57:09] Quotes "What I consider success nowadays is building strong relationships and empowering people to unlock the potential.” - Matt Clark [4:16] “If you have experienced trauma, and it's not your fault, you have to forgive yourself” - Matt Clark [34:32] “I want people to be released from, hey, I'm not enough to like, you know what, I am enough.” - Matt Clark [37:45] “Let's start with the things that people see in us that are good.” - Ryan Koral [54:48] “The stories we tell ourselves are the lives we live out and our beliefs drive our destiny.” - Matt Clark [57:09] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Matt Clark online Follow Matt Clark on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Connect with Matt Clark on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
We bump into Emily Ting’s “Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong” and discuss: Cinematography, filming in public spaces; Low budget filmmaking; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “I despise formal restaurants. I find all of that formality to be very base and vile. I would much rather eat potato chips on the sidewalk.“ – […] The post Ep 218: “Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong” appeared first on The Pestle.
Podcasts are the name of the game today! We sit down with Danny Ozment to have a conversation about using podcasts to promote your video business. You'll even get a little insight into why this podcast exists. A podcast has the potential to be a complete game changer for your business, but it needs to be done right. Danny explains just how to structure and market your podcast so that it will be found, build trust between you and future clients, and act as a launching pad for loads of social media content. A podcast can be your door into creating the lasting, long term client base that you want and help you impact the world more than you ever dreamed possible. Key Takeaways Podcasting is the long form version of content marketing. Utilize this and repurpose it to create other forms of social content with little extra effort. Use your podcast to build trust with prospective clients and set your business apart from the competition. Structure your podcast for the specific goal that you have for it. Market your podcast effectively so that the correct people find it. About Danny Ozment Danny Ozment is a business strategist and podcast consultant for busy professionals and solopreneurs who want to create podcasts that build brand loyalty and make their marketing efforts more effective. His goal is to help you clarify your message and publish engaging content that creates customers who trust you before they buy and can't wait to tell the world about you. Danny's refreshing approach as the owner of Emerald City Productions has made him a sought-after speaker, online educator, and consultant for major corporations and thought leaders. His clients include Salesforce, LinkedIn, the John Maxwell Team, Mike Kim, and The Dijulius Group. He is the host of the highly-rated podcast, Podcast Strategies for Growing Your Business, Community, and Influence. He has spoken at industry-leading events including Podcast Movement and Mediavine. Right now, Danny is wearing out his Walt Disney World annual pass with his wife and 2 kids. When he's not on Pirates of the Caribbean, he spends his days on a mission helping podcasters change the world one download at a time. The free tips he provides at dannyozment.com, guarantee you'll launch and grow a podcast that will impact the world. In This Episode [0:00] Welcome to the show! [3:01] Meet Danny Ozment [5:10] Danny's most rewarding experiences with podcasting [12:08] Using a podcast to market your video business [20:38] How to efficiently and successfully produce a podcast [35:29] How a podcast influences future clients to trust you [38:12] Structuring your podcast to meet your specific goals [44:58] Marketing your podcast [48:06] Connect with Dan [51:00] Outro Quotes “By helping people get these stories out, get these conversations out, that I was reaching now thousands, tens of thousands, millions of people.” - Danny Ozment [7:03] “Often the listeners to a podcast build a relationship that is similar to a friendship with the host.” - Danny Ozment [18:38] “It is the disease that entrepreneurs all have, it would just be quicker if I do it myself. That's a lie.” - Ryan Koral [31:50] “That is the way: being an expert, borrowing audiences and bringing them back to your podcast, and then also working with your current audience.” - Danny Ozment [47:00] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Danny Ozment online Danny's Company: Emerald City Productions Download “Your podcast Roadmap” Follow Danny Ozment on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Connect with Danny Ozment on LinkedIn Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
Video Essay Link: https://youtu.be/wW7EpxPbthMExploring the otherworldly world design and visual beauty of The Tragedy of Macbeth (2022).Links:Support Mind Theater on Ko-fiFollow Mind Theater on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTokMusic by Blue Dot SessionsTell What You KnowOn the HourOur Ears, DeceiversOther Music:Tartini-Violin Sonata in G minor Devil's Trill SonataSources/References:https://ascmag.com/articles/the-tragedy-of-macbethhttps://www.archdaily.com/975286/the-environments-needed-to-be-abstracted-stefan-dechant-on-the-tragedy-of-macbethhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qshtrQIpTdIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJAL_hThTVwhttps://www.widewalls.ch/magazine/gego-lgdrhttps://theartling.com/en/artzine/famous-abstract-art/
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 14 MARTIN PARR This episode is a fabulous conversation with the outstanding still photographer, Martin Parr. Our wide-ranging conversation delves into Martin's process in fascinating ways. Listen in to hear why he would rather take photos in a supermarket than a war zone. And when he and Roger get to comparing notes, we learn that when Roger goes out to shoot stills, he's lucky to come home at the end of the day having snapped five pictures. Meanwhile Martin will have snapped over five hundred! Don't miss our great discussion, it's available now!
“I studied for a year under Eric Rohmer at The University of Paris-Michelet, and his class was called Cinematography with Eric Rohmer, but we didn't shoot anything. We just watched films, mostly his films, and he would turn the sound off and just talk. It was fantastic. And then we would write papers and discuss. And he talked a lot about his cinematographer Néstor Almendros who shot My Night at Maud's, Pauline at the Beach, Claire's Knee, most of his better-known films.I think the big thing that I got from studying with Rohmer was just his movies are extremely dialogue-heavy, but they're very cinematic. And the way that he would talk about shooting scenes and n a film like My Night at Maud's, that's like largely in one apartment, dialogue spoken between two people, and how to shoot a story that's told through dialogue, but not have it feel like television.And that came in handy later when I did meet Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig. Noah's a huge, huge Rohmer fan, so we talked about him a lot. And I think that helped me a lot to have confidence that if a film has a lot of dialogue, for it to feel cinematic and interesting, you don't just need many different angles for the scene to play well. You can kind of show some restraint and even have a scene unfold in one shot and be dynamic, even if people are talking a lot."Sam Levy studied film in Paris with French New Wave director Eric Rohmer and began his career as an apprentice to legendary cinematographer Harris Savides. Sam first gained recognition as a cinematographer when he photographed Wendy and Lucy for director Kelly Reichardt - voted “One of the Best 25 Films of the 21st Century” by The New York Times. He went on to shoot Frances Ha, Mistress America and While We're Young for director Noah Baumbach, Changers and Frank Ocean's Blonded for Spike Jonze, Sermon on The Mount for Jerrod Carmichael, Maggie's Plan for Rebecca Miller and Green Porno for Isabella Rossellini. Sam also photographed Lady Bird for writer/director Greta Gerwig - nominated for 5 Academy Awards including Best Picture and winner of The Golden Globe for Best Picture. Other new films include Mayday, which he also produced, Confess, Fletch, and She Came to Me.https://samlevydp.comwww.imdb.com/name/nm1240085/ www.instagram.com/samlevydp/ www.creativeprocess.info www.oneplanetpodcast.org Instagram @creativeprocesspodcast
In this week's episode of Roll the Credits, Ryan and Tina start discussing their sleeping patterns and habits and whether they are night owls or early birds. Then they have a chance to discuss Taron Egerton's work in an episode where they watched two very different pieces of entertainment (spoiler: they both cheated a bit). Tina's movie drives conversation between comfort and adventure and where the hosts sit on that spectrum, while Ryan's limited series (yes, they know), brings up topics surrounding a very particular situation and whether they would roll the dice. All that and more on this week's episode of RTC.
Erik Weaver is a specialist focused on the intersection of cloud computing and the media and entertainment industry. He's currently the director of the Entertainment Technology Center's Adaptive Production project and special projects in Los Angeles. That means he gets to test out new technologies and report to the major movie studios on his findings.
We gallop across Mel Gibson’s “Braveheart” and discuss: Cinematography, recreating moonlight; Story & Writing, romance, symbolism; Directing & Performances, visual storytelling, ending a scene on a good note; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.“ – George Washington Notes & References: James Horner passed away […] The post Ep 217: “Braveheart” appeared first on The Pestle.
Fascinated by the patterns and politics of crowds, Sarah Friedland choreographed and directed CROWDS, a three-channel video installation. Friedland presented CROWDS as an in-person experience in 2019 at La MaMa Galleria as part of Performa19 and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Then in 2021, she presented it digitally at the University of Rochester and American Dance Festival.Sydney Burrows reported this episode. UnSequenced is produced and hosted by Stephanie Wolf. Joe Kye composed the UnSequenced theme music. Additional editing by Candice Thompson. CROWDS was produced by Brighid Greene and Sarah Friedland. An Art Factory International Production. Cinematography by Luca Nervegna. Sound Design by Denera James and Assaf Gidron.
On her journey from actress to film producer, Madelaine Anderson has learned some tricks to balancing creative expression and business leadership. Today we talk about this balance and look into retaining lasting revenue for your business by marketing with the present AND the future in mind. Setting smart goals that lead to success is key for getting your business and life to the place that you dream of. We also get a special sneak peek into Madelaine's specific and well-defined goals for the upcoming year! Key Takeaways Utilize passion projects to develop a community and gain traction. Thoughtfully consider a two-fold marketing strategy that plans for both the present and the future. Get in the “reps” in your field to gain expertise and influence. Build a creative community and healthy network for long-term success. Craft a specific, well-defined, and achievable plan for your business. About Madelaine Anderson Madelaine is the co-founder & creative director of Talus Films, a full-service production company that specializes on video & film rooted in storytelling & adventure for mission/purpose-driven brands, organizations, and individuals. We're passionate about leaving the world a little better than we found it and donate to have trees planted to aid reforestation efforts for every project we work on and produce. Madelaine is passionate about using video to tell stories, amplify voices and messages, and help others build awareness of their work. Madelaine wears many hats in the film world including producer, creative director, production designer, and actor. When she's not in front of or behind the camera, she can be found hiking, camping, or backpacking her way through a National Park, traveling the US or internationally, hanging out with her husband, young daughter, and pup, or training as an aerialist on silks. In This Episode [0:00] Intro [2:55] Meet Madelaine Anderson [3:43] Madelaine's background [6:48] Managing creativity and business [13:23] Game changers for Talus Films [17:53] Developing a passion project to build community [21:04] Landing jobs consistently [31:56] Why story matters [39:19] Preparing for potential future challenges [42:01] Future-casting and setting smart goals [48:16] Connect with Madelaine [49:24] Outro Quotes "So much of how we approach people and talk to people is very much, you know, just grounded in humanity so it doesn't become about the sale.” - Madelaine Anderson [21:30] “It feels like a long game sometimes but all of those different relationships start to build up into something that then becomes a pipeline that you can rely on.” - Madelaine Anderson [22:13] “Don't let them try to guess what you are, right? Craft the story, take control of the narrative as you're leading them in your website, or your social, or your Vimeo account, or wherever. Let them know what it is that you care about the most. - Ryan Koral [38:08] “Your passion doesn't mean that other people aren't passionate about telling that same story.” - Madelaine Anderson [40:37] Links FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Find Madelaine Anderson online Connect with Talus Films on LinkedIn Follow Talus Films on Instagram | Facebook | YouTube Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes! Books Mentioned Rocket Fuel, by Gino Wickman
In this episode Ryan talks with GAEL CHANDLER about her new film book “Editing For Directors.” It's engaging conversation about what a director needs to know to find the right edtior and how to collaborate for a successful post production experience.
SEASON 2 - EPISODE 13 For this week's episode, Team Deakins sits down for a great conversation with the fabulous producer David Valdes (UNFORGIVEN, THE GREEN MILE, AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER). David tells us how he got his career started by sneaking onto a film shoot as a teenager. Eventually he found himself working on the Universal lot as a fireman, a position that doesn't even exist anymore and has little to do with putting out actual fires. Before long, our discussion turned to David's decades long relation with Clint Eastwood, who he made 18 films with. Listen in to hear our wide ranging conversation with one of the great producers in the business!
BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER director of photographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw ASC joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss her camera, lighting and lens choices. We also discuss her early career, filming Underwater “dry for wet," night exterior and Autumn's experience with the Sony Venice. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Lighting philosophy of Wakanda Forever (02:04) A cinematographer's role in visual effects (06:33) Filming Talokan and underwater cinematography (13:57) The cameras and lenses used on Wakanda Forever (24:13) Why Autumn chose the Sony Venice (27:03) Filming night exteriors (30:56) Filming the Namor flashback sequence (40:11) Why Autumn loves the Okoye firing scene (43:58) Filming in Boston (47:35) Autumn's early days in filmmaking (50:25) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by: Sony VENICE Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links Black Panther: Wakanda Forever IMDb Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer Follow Our Guest Autumn Durald Arkapaw IMDb Autumn Durald Arkapaw Instagram Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Connor Crosby (producer) Ignition Visuals' website Ignition Visuals' Instagram Follow Dave Siegel (sound mixer) Dave Siegel's website
Today on the show we look at the value of incorporating the human touch when dealing with clients. Your relationship with a client starts far before most think it does and should last far longer than the duration of your project with them. We talk with Katrina Scarlett about what this relationship should look like and how to capitalize on referral marketing to leverage this infinite cyclical loop and ensure future business with your clients while also turning them into a customer generating system that lands new clients! Key Takeaways The customer service journey is not simply about the purchase, it is an infinite loop that is full of opportunity and potential. Find ways to add value to your clients through what you offer rather than resorting to discounts. Leverage your current customer base to not only strengthen your relationship with them, but also to generate new clients. Shift the heart of your business to be about the service that you are able to provide for people and the value that you add to their lives, the revenue is just a means to achieve that goal. About Katrina Scarlett Katrina Scarlett is the founder and CEO of Scarlett & Co. — a company that helps businesses create lasting legacies of raving, loyal fans through their mind-blowing customer experience. With a background in the luxury hospitality industry and years of providing tech and integration support to high-level business owners, Katrina has a unique ability to view digital business from a customer-centric lens. Knowing how automated and impersonal the digital business world can be, she is on a mission to bring customer experience and the human element to the forefront of online businesses. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show [06:09] Meet Katrina Scarlett [07:42] What Katrina is all about [10:11] Avoid this purchase-centric mindset [12:46] The customer service loop [18:08] Practical ways to keep the cycle moving [23:09] Leveraging your current customer base [38:09] Dealing with difficult client interactions [55:54] How to connect with Katrina [58:11] Outro Quotes “I'm on a mission to help people bring the human element back into, or into, online business.” [7:43] “You have to think about your customer journey and the customer experience that you're offering in your business as an infinite loop.” [13:31] “I have one rule for myself every single day and it's doing at least one thing as an act of service for somebody else that's not on my to-do list. [35:03] “We don't get better as human beings when we just avoid conflict.” [42:54] “Once you can get really clear on who you serve, but as well who you don't serve, you will save yourself a lot of heartache. [46:35] Links Add guest links they shared in the interview form as well as any pertinent links shared during the interview FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Get the ASCEND Method Cheat Sheet Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Dive into the Mastermind Group Check out the all new Coaching Community Find Katrina Scarlett online Follow Katrina Scarlett on Facebook Get the complimentary guide: "5 Customer-Centric Emails Every Business Needs In Its Arsenal to Create Raving, Loyal Fans" Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram What's your question for the podcast? Share a video or audio response! Check out the full show notes page If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes! Books Mentioned The Go-Giver, by Bob Burg The 5 Love Languages, by Gary Chapman The Five Languages of Apology, by Gary Chapman & Jennifer M. Thomas
Director of Photography Mark Doering-Powell has received two Emmy nominations for his work on “Grown-ish”, the spin-off of ABC's “Black-ish” currently airing its fifth season on Freeform (and streaming on Hulu). Mark shares how cinematography helps establish a collegiate look that distinguishes itself from the parental perspective of the original, and we discuss in cinematic detail the fourth season episode recognized at this year's Emmys.