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It's one of the most mysterious books in the Bible… Revelation, the last and final book of the Holy Scriptures. It's believed to be written by the Apostle John while in exile on the Greek Island of Patmos. There the resurrected Jesus appeared to him and brought to him the words of the book. Filled with prophecy and cryptic predictions about the end times and the coming apocalypse, Revelation is often misunderstood or misinterpreted. But in its opening salvo, are Christ's words to Seven Churches, seven Christian communities residing in towns in what today is Turkey. The churches are Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea. Filmmaker Tim Mahoney and his Patterns of Evidence company, takes a look at the messages to the seven churches to see what secrets they hold. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Mahoney talks about his recently released documentary., The Seven Churches of Revelation: Times of Fire. It's a deep dive into the warnings and words of hope to the early Christians living in a culture that has yet to accept them. They are struggling against the dominant political winds and it's meant to help them stand strong, but also admonish them for their falling away. Mahoney says in that way Revelation is not just for the early Church, but for CHRISTIANs today, living under a dominant worldview of secular and pagan forces which they must strive to resist. What was true them is true today. And Revelation makes that clear.
On this episode it's all about Warner Media's giant "DC FANDOME" event!! We'll everything you need to know, from the newest trailers, to behind the scenes footage, to exclusive first looks, and more!! Our guest this week is the writer & director of the new short film, "Anchor", Paige Irene Bruns!! Plus, our "Top 5 Favorite ___________"!! segment; this week it's Favorite DC Comics Movies, and of course we have our box office predictions, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!! Also visit www.CrazyAntMedia.com for the latest crazy ant media gear!!
HAMBRE: HUNGRY FOR LIFE is a personal and poetic documentary that explores the journey to overcome anorexia by coming to terms with all that being hungry for life implies. By approaching this concept from a physical, emotional, and spiritual perspective, viewers are invited to partake in this transformative journey. Playing at the DOCUMENTARY Short Film Festival - WATCH for FREE NOWConversation with filmmaker Jean Chapiro on the making of the film and this personal journey. Subscribe to the podcast via Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook
Take your awakening to the next level and get ready for a mind blowing journey of red pills as we sit down with Filmmaker, Media Host, Author, Actor, Poet, Speaker, and above all, truth-seeker and spiritual activist Sean Stone. Sean Christopher Ali Stone began his spiritual quest at 10 years old, when his father took him to Tibet, Nepal and India, to illuminate the stark contrast between those worlds, and Hollywood, where he had been a child-actor in Oliver Stone films like JFK, The Doors and Natural Born Killers. Sean took summer jobs for Jim Brown's Amer-I-Can program and Save the Children while still in high school, then studied American History at Princeton University, and Oxford, before writing his Senior Thesis on the modern history of the New World Order, now available from TrineDay and Amazon. Sean began his own filmmaking career by apprenticing under his father on Alexander, shooting the behind-the-scenes documentary Fight Against Time. On the film W., Sean worked as an Editorial Consultant, and on the TV series The Untold History of the United States, as an Associate Editor. Sean Stone starred in and directed his first feature film Greystone Park in 2012, based on his real-life paranormal experiences in a haunted mental hospital. In 2020, he published the cosmic fairy tale, Desiderata by Ali, now available from Blackstone and Audible. His most recent release is the poetry book The Ephemeral Shades of Time. Sean is a graduate of the Baron Brown Studio and has starred in multiple features including Night Walk, Union Bound, and Fury of the Fist and the Golden Fleece, which he also wrote. He has directed the documentaries A Century of War, Hollywood, D.C. and MetaHuman with Deepak Chopra. His short films include Singularity, a dystopian warning about a plague that leads to a totalitarian surveillance state, as well as the short film Anaarkali with Bollywood star Javed Jaffrey, adapted from the fairy tale of a ‘kept woman' seeking her independence in modern Mumbai. Sean has hosted the reality show Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, the interview program Buzzsaw, formerly on Gaia TV, and the RT news show Watching the Hawks.Sean's unique perspective from his life's work and journey, helps to connect the dots for all truth-seekers in his mind-blowing new series "Best Kept Secret". In this episode, we go back to #Homaha, home of the Oracle; Mr. Buffett himself and talk about the Franklin Scandal, the NWO, Deep State, The WEF and the IoT, (basically all your favorite 3 letter organizations) the medical system and sterilization, the Rockefellers, Freemasons and so much more. There was so much more we could have talked about, but it's better off that you watch his series for yourself. DO take note of the extra info Sean includes in the series "Best Kept Secret" to further research for yourself. Tune in and unfuckyourself Best Kept SecretHuman trafficking, pedophilia, 'Satanic' politics... The Jeffrey Epstein scandal was the tip of the iceberg as Sean Stone, the former host of Buzzsaw, lays out the hidden agenda of the dark elite in this six-part documentary series. In this 'red pill' journey, Stone explores famous cases like the Franklin Scandal, MK-Ultra and Monarch programming, the Jon Benet Ramsey murder and even the Son of Sam case, to connect the dots of a dangerous ideology, now driving the philosophy of a 'transhumanist' idea - to remake the human being. As more and more people awaken to this hidden agenda, the more rapidly we can take our power back. The full series is now on Ickonic.com , 107daily.com and Vimeo on Demand
Gregory S. Cooke is a career educator, documentary filmmaker, and World War II historian, dedicated to helping "relocate African Americans from the margins to the main pages of American and global history.” He is the Founder and President of the Basil and Becky Educational Foundation, a recipient of the Congressional Black Caucus, Veterans Braintrust Award (2019). Gregory is the creator of Invisible Warriors: African American Women in World War II, a critically acclaimed feature-length documentary that explores the wartime experiences of 600,000 “Rosie the Riveters”- “hidden figures” - pioneers who courageously triumph over racism and sexism to create job opportunities in industry and government for themselves and future generations of African American women. Invisible Warriors is an inaugural recipient of the Better Angels/Lavine/Ken Burns Fellowship (2020), and also received the Congressional Black Caucus, Veterans Braintrust Award (2019). Gregory is also the driving force behind the historical documentary, Choc'late Soldiers from the USA (CSUSA), the untold story of 140,000 African American men and women who cross a racial divide and form an unexpected bond with British civilians during World War II.
In this episode, we continue my conversation with Iowa based filmmaker, actor, stunt coordinator, fight choreographer Nick Messersmith. If you haven't yet, check out part 1. We cover a lot of territory in these two episodes from martial arts to representation in the film industry and everything in between.
BLUE MOON is a vibrant vignette of a love story that takes place in a single night. It follows two young women through Los Angeles as they explore the depths of themselves and one another. Playing at the LGBTQ+ Film Festival today - Watch for FREE NOW! https://vimeo.com/618727577 Conversation with filmmaker Emily Ruhl on the process making this film from development to distribution. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
First, filmmaker David McMahon joined us for a deep dive on the amazing PBS documentary Muhammad Ali talking the man, the boxer, the life, the era, the impact and more. Then we talked about the ongoing story that has rocked the world of women's soccer leading to resignations and calls for reform, along with the larger reckoning going on for women in sports with the author of "Raised a Warrior," Susie Petruccelli
A creature feature with human-sized bugs eating people in subways seems like it was tailor-made for the talents of Guillermo Del Toro, but alas, that is not what we got. Mimic should have been so much better than it was, but its parts did not work together to create a cohesive whole. We break down all the things that didn't work, and point out some of the Del Toro staples that could have been so much more if...well...there had been so much more.
CLEANING UP was the winner of BEST PERFORMANCES at the October 2021 CHICAGO Feedback Film Festival. “Two mid-level crooks have just pulled off the biggest heist of their careers, but the job isn't over yet.” Conversation with filmmakers Aidan Walters & Christopher Barga on the process making this film. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
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If you think having a law degree limits your creativity you haven't met Katherin Hervey. Katherin has worked as a magazine editor, a public defender, a film enthusiast, a holistic artist, a director, and filmmaker. After studying cross-cultural communications, which was a self-designed major at the University of Washington, Katherin found that curating her own degree was her way of diving into her interests. Katherin was able to take women's studies courses, ethnicity, psychology and sociology courses which motivated Katherin to pick up a camera.Katherin Hervey attended law school at Loyola- Los Angeles and later became a public defender. Katherin found the tradition, patriarchy, and hierarchical processes of law school to be stifling, and Katherin rebelled against most of what she saw in law school. Law school inspired Katherin to wonder about the people behind the case law and find her own way to tell stories of others. Katherin's interest in the background stories combined with her experiences as a public defender in California, motivated Katherin to go behind the prison walls to share the stories of men on death row. Katherin wants you to know that the stories of the men behind the walls could be you, these men could be your brothers, uncles, nephews. Katherin used language and terminology learned from being a public defender while appealing to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to gain access to the men inside. Katherin's mission in filming ‘The Prison Within' is to show the empathy of the men behind the walls; show the work that these men are completing and showing their humanity. Every person is on a parallel journey to heal and these men are not unlike the lives of those who live on the outside of the walls.Although Katherin believes that she would have taken a creative path regardless of attending law school, Katherin Hervey knows that she would not have created a project like ‘The Prison Within' had she never attended law school. Learn more about ‘The Prison Within' at theprisonwithin.org, and watch the film ‘The Prison Within' on Tubi, Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Google Play.Katherin Hervey is licensed in California. Connect with Katherin Hervey on Instagram @theprisonwithin.Follow the You Are A Lawyer podcast on Twitter @YouAreA_Lawyer, Instagram @youarealawyer, Clubhouse @youarealawyer, and on LinkedIn. Follow the podcast host, Kyla Denanyoh, on Instagram @kjd796. This episode is sponsored by the Law Office of Vernon P. Thomas.
Compelling Paranormal Evidence Caught in Documentary w/Filmmaker Tony Cadwell#podcast #subscribe #interview #paranormal #horror #KaneHodder #film #documentaryTony H. Cadwell is the director of the upcoming documentary Balsam: A Paranormal Investigation starring Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th VII,VIII,IX, X, and Hatchet). Tony is the creator of the paranormal news website Paranormal 13. He served as an Intelligence Analyst in the United States Marines Corps for over nine years. Contact/connect with Tony thru his website: http://paranormal13.com/The Vibes Broadcast Network - Podcasting for the fun of it! Thanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/into_the_p.i.t.t._/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pittghosthuntersLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Teespring/Merch: https://teespring.com/shop/P-I-T-T-STOPPLUS
In this episode, you will learn: Meet Jill Yesko Documentary Film Maker of the 1984 Olympic Blood Doping Schandel TAINTED BLOOD and BROKEN TRUST, the story of athlete abuse. So powerful!
Evton B sits down with Tim Cash of Far From Earth Films, the Filmmaker who has created the majority of Indubious music videos and is now working on the documentary "Mystic Vibrosis: A Guide to Living Indubiously" that tells the life story of Indubious through health struggles, overcoming, spirituality, and finding purpose. If you would like to contact Tim for your upcoming video project:https://firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: www.facebook.com/indubiousmusicSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77su9uR4crZ4HOOnCibJwFInstagram: www.instagram.com/indubious
Are you suffering from burnout? My recent interview with best-selling author, speaker and podcaster Carey Nieuwhof will help you rethink your time management and productivity while offering a new perspective on how to prioritize your life and thrive. Get actionable insight to decrease stress as Carey shares from his new book, “At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor.” Please Like, Favorite and Share this video! Get Carey Nieuwhof's book: “At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor” https://amzn.to/30g3ozz (As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This helps support my channel and allows us to continue making videos like this. Thank you for the support!) Get my new book: Maximize Your Influence – How to Make Digital Media Work for Your Church, Your Ministry, and You https://influencematters.com Subscribe to My Podcast for more good advice for leaders and creatives: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/phil-cooke-podcast/id1439369056 Prefer video? Subscribe to My YouTube Channel and Get More Great Advice https://www.youtube.com/c/philcookeofficial?sub_confirmation=1 New episodes are uploaded every other Wednesday. Make sure to Subscribe and hit the Notification bell to be notified when they go live. *Helping leaders navigate their calling and career in today's distracted media-driven culture* Do you have a message or story the world needs to hear? As a Hollywood producer and media consultant, I offer advice for leaders and creatives each week on creative leadership, digital media, branding and marketing strategies, film and TV production – and the faith to take you from where you are to where you want to be in your career. Sign up for my blog and get a free eBook https://www.philcooke.com Follow me: Twitter https://twitter.com/philcooke Facebook https://www.facebook.com/philcookepage/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/philcooke/ Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/philcookes-podcast/id1439369056 Find out about Cooke Media Group here: https://www.cookemediagroup.com Other Great Resources: Sign up for my blog and get a free eBook at https://www.philcooke.com Get Sam Chand's new book “New Thinking, New Future” https://www.samchand.com/resources#section-1558090508745 *More About This Episode* Interview with Carey Nieuwhof: Rethink Time Management and Productivity Carey Nieuwhof is a best-selling leadership author, speaker, podcaster, former attorney, and church planter. He writes one of today's most influential leadership blogs, and his online content is accessed by leaders over 1.5 million times a month. Carey's mission is to help people thrive in life and leadership. He has extensive experience helping organizations lead through change, develop high-capacity teams, deepen their personal growth along with their health. He speaks to leaders around the world about leadership, change, and personal growth. His most recent book, “At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor,” is designed to help you live a life you no longer want to escape from. Instead, you might actually start loving it. Follow Carey Nieuwhof: Website: https://careynieuwhof.com/ Podcast: https://careynieuwhof.com/mypodcast/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/careynieuwhof Facebook: https://facebook.com/cnieuwhof Tiktok: @careynieuwhof Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClUd0Z_Y7-PgkCjjwddM5Qw Twitter: https://twitter.com/cnieuwhof
Tune in to hear Filmmaker, Se Park share his journey to becoming a full-time Creator, the sacrifices he had to make, and the joys that come along with it. Watch the video podcast: https://youtu.be/b6woC-qhFTI Se Park: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeDFRrFcxxOMtg6bOw415Mg --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pause-sip-ponder/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pause-sip-ponder/support
On 3 October 2021, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) published the Pandora Papers, a roster of almost 12 million confidential files that had been leaked to the organization detailing the offshore financial dealings of hundreds of politicians, public officials, and celebrities. This type of controversial uncovering of finances is nothing new; similar leaks to the ICIJ happened in 2014, 2016, 2017, and 2020. Despite this, outrage over the reveal that many politicians and public officials have secret offshore dealings worth billions has been surprisingly low. The Filmmaker and the Advocate sit down with Dr. Anna Minton, writer, journalist, academic, and author of Big Capital, to discuss the complexities of finance that keep the public from understanding the problems unfolding at a global level. Hundreds of billions of dollars worth of taxes go missing each year – how do offshore holdings deteriorate the social contract we agree to, and contribute to a lack of available government resources that could change lives? Anna, Leilani, and Fredrik consider how we can reframe the language we use to better galvanize the people, and move us closer to the peaceful, equitable, socially inclusive world we want to live in.Produced by WG Film Edited by Alexander JemtrellMusic by Florencia Di ConcilioSocial Media & Support - Kirsten McRae, Maja Moberg & Aune Nuyttens Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/pushbacktalks)
Welcome the Wanna Be- the podcast takes you from where you are now to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Happy Black History Month! I'm Imriel Morgan, Founder of Content is Queen a podcast community that specialises in empowering and amplifying underrepresented voices, specifically women, people of colour, and LGBTQIA+ people. Thank you so much for taking the time to be here! Wanna Be's focus is to help you take consistent action to build a successful life and career in the creative and entertainment industry. But this month we're going to spend some time looking back as well as forward. Today's guest is Fiona Compton a Historian, Filmmaker and visual Artists. Fiona is also the Founder of the incredibly popular Instagram Page, Know Your Caribbean a platform dedicated to the enrichment of the history and culture of the Caribbean. Fiona is also a podcast host and you can hear her on the Relateable podcast a safe space for Black People and she recently launched the Know Your Caribbean podcast for people that wanted to dive deeper into some of the stories and histories she shares on Instagram In today's interview Fiona and I talk about the desire to leave your mark in the creative industries, we talk about owning the title of Historian and reframing history without the white gaze. We also talk about some of financial and emotional barriers and obstacles to that come with sharing Black and Caribbean history. Let's get into it! Something that really sat with me after this interview was the importance of finding and confidently owning your voice. I really loved what Fiona had to say about reframing the sources and looking at what was being described and reimagining that without a white or Christian lens. Powerful stuff. I highly recommend you check out @KnowYourCaribbean on Instagram. It is a wealth of knowledge but also joy, colour and light. ANd do check out the podcast which has the most beautiful production behind it. I hope this half an hour has made you think, reflect and contemplate what your next step should be. If you enjoyed this episode please do share it with your friends or on social media. If you're a podcaster or thinking you can do what I do please do check out contentisqueen.org where you can access free resources, talks and news as well as joining our community. That's contentisqueen.org That's a wrap, thank you so much for listening. Until next time…. Byeeee See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Onur Tukel is an actor, screenwriter, producer, director, musician, painter, graphic novelist, and children's book author. His previous films include Catfight, starring Sandra Oh and Anne Heache, Applesauce, and Black Magic for White Boys. His most recent film is Scenes From an Empty Church, starring Kevin Corrigan and Thomas Jay Ryan, Max Casella, and Paul Reiser. What you will learn: The hustle required to be an indie filmmaker, and the uncertainty that comes with the job, even with numerous successful projects under his belt. How he is able to incorporate taboo or controversial themes in his films and still find funding. Why he prefers New York over L.A., despite potentially missing out on career and film opportunities in L.A.. [0:00-15:21] What it was like growing up in North Carolina as the son of Turkish immigrants, making movies with friends and eventually creating his first independent film, House of Pancakes, at age 24. The faith he had in his 2001 film Ding-a-ling-Less, and the harsh lessons learned about the film world when it was shelved. Onur discusses his eclectic filmography and the challenge of finding audiences for all of his work. [15:21-28:49] Talking shop, Onur reveals his camera preferences and style of filming. What it was like to film Scenes From an Empty Church with quarantine restrictions, what inspired him to make a pandemic-centered movie in the middle of pandemic, and why the film was a conscious shift from his previous style of work. [28:49-48:07] Onur reveals plans for his next film project, an absurdist horror/comedy, and touches on the deeper aspects of why he is compelled to express himself creatively. How he is able to be so prolific creatively in times of darkness, when other creatives tend to shut down and experience writer's block. How invaluable having a creative partner (or benevolent competitor) can be, and how sadness can serve as fuel for art. [48:07-1:00:16] How his personal views and perspectives are reflected in his work. How Onur worked to make Scenes From an Empty Church a film that anyone, regardless of religious belief, can enjoy and find common ground with the collective trauma caused by the pandemic. How Onur weaved themes of the soul and the afterlife into the film. [1:00:16-1:16:27] Onur gets candid about his writing process, his struggles, and the creative tools he has gathered over the years. His perspective on the importance of geographic location as it relates to success in the film industry. Onur also provides creative advice for aspiring filmmakers. [1:16:27-1:31:42] The story behind Onur's infamous appearances on Doug Benson's podcast, what led him to being kicked off of that podcast (twice), and the lessons he learned from those experiences. [1:31:42-1:40:09] Resources: Onur Tukel's: Website, Twitter, YouTube, IMDb Scenes From an Empty Church trailer
Today's guest is Dawn Gifford Engle. Dawn is a filmmaker, an activist, and Co-Founder of The PeaceJam Foundation. She has been recognized for excellence in filmmaking, a well-decorated director, Dawn is the recipient of 12 Best Director awards. She wrote and directed the award-winning documentary films, Rigoberta Menchu: Daughter of the Maya, Desmond Tutu: Children of the Light, Adolfo Perez Esquivel: Rivers of Hope, Oscar Arias: Without a Shot Fired, Betty Williams: Contagious Courage, The Dalai Lama -- Scientist, and Shirin Ebadi: Until We Are Free. In addition, she co-authored the book, "PEACEJAM: A Billion Simple Acts of Peace", which was published by Penguin in 2008, and she has been nominated 17 times for the Nobel Peace Prize.The PeaceJam Foundation is creating the next generation of Nobel Peace Laureates, and in this episode, Dawn shares how the foundation came to be, the inspiring projects the youth have created, and what the most rewarding part of her work is. She also speaks about how she feels lucky to have reached her full potential, having started her career as an economist and has since added the titles - activist, author, filmmaker, mother and grandmother to her repertoire. She and Mungi discuss the Nobel laureates that have direct impacts on their lives and the promise of youth looking to bring about peace in our world.……..Visit mungingomane.coFollow Mungi on InstagramFollow The Brand is Female on Instagram
Fleeing from Turkey as a journalist while vacationing in Italy, our guest is Beraat Gokkus. Beraat is a journalist based in France turned multi-award-winning mobile filmmaker. He shares his story from 2016 with his first mobile short, Breakfast of Champions to The Lost Pen now streaming on Mobile Film Stories. His story is captivating and inspiring. His film The Lost Pen was shot in one long take through a building with multiple participants and an elaborate story. The film is almost 15 minutes long. It's won many awards around the world. SBP Podcast Mobile Filmmaking: The Voice of Mobile Film™ is for everyone who ever wanted to or is curious about making movies and videos using smartphones. Read the article for Episode 110 - https://medium.com/smartphonefilmmaking Watch Beraat's Films on Mobile Film Stories: https://mobilefilmstories.com/beraat-gokkus/ Follow Beraat Gokkus: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/beraat.gokkus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rookieskybird/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeraatGokkus Our Links: SBP Podcast Website: http://sbppodcast.studio International Mobile Film Festival Website: http://internationalmobilefilmfestival.com Subscribe, support and listen to bonus episodes and more on Patreon: http://patreon.com/sbppodcast Susy Botello on Twitter: http://twitter.com/susybotello Twitter: http://twitter.com/sbppodcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/sbppodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mobilefilmsd/ Smartphone Filmmaking Publication on Medium: https://medium.com/smartphonefilmmaking Mobile Filmmaker Shop Online Store: http://mobilefilmmakershop.com Support podcast host Susy Botello: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/susybotello SBP Podcast on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14682500/reference Video and Film Streaming Distribution for Smartphone Films: http://mobilefilmstories.com Mobile Film Stories on Clubhouse: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/mobile-film-stories iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/sbp-podcast/id1296673665 SBP Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ISEF0SZOLyRpw20loXzlo#upsell YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mobilfilmfestival?sub_confirmation=1 © Copyright 2021 S. Botello Productions™. All rights reserved.
“Water We Doing!” is a feature documentary that addresses exactly how we can use science, engineering and innovation to tackle a global water crisis. Film playing at the SCIENCE Film Festival NOW. You can watch for FREE all day today HERE: https://vimeo.com/618614077 Conversation with Daniel Gartzke on the process making his documentary films. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
On this week's episode of MuggleCast, we follow up on our original character discussion on Credence Barebone, aka Corvus Lestrange, aka "Aurelius Dumbledore"? Wading deep into prophecy, including forming one of our own using Nostradamus, the hosts try to answer the question: "Just what is going on with Credence?" Listen as we find some answers by reviewing the scenes and subplots of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. We heard from the creator behind Harry Potter Database and its astonishing collection of deleted and unreleased movie scenes! The surprise main character in Crimes of Grindelwald is Credence Barebone! Micah points out why this is more usual than unusual. Filmmakers chose twice not to include a scene where Credence survives his bout with MACUSA, both the end of the first film and the start of the second. Would such a scene have been an improvement? What brought Credence to "Circus Arcanus," and is it all one master manipulation from Grindelwald that has set Credence on his path to find his 'family'? What do Credence's name origins tell us about the character, for his various names? We revisit an old e-mail which explains how Greek mythology may influence the future of the character. The hosts read aloud the predictions of Tycho Dodonus... and try to identify characters within. Could the "son cruelly banished" be somebody else, like Albus Dumbledore? Eric reads key passages from the script book which lends a little insight into that humongous shipwreck. Does the script book quietly reveal an important element? We revisit major theories about Credence including, is he Ariana's twin? Does he have her Obscurus? Is he really Corvus Lestrange, or a science experiment made by Dumbledore and Grindelwald? The hosts pick some numbers at random, and consult Nostradamus himself for a prediction of the future! Quizzitch: What was Leta Lestrange's mother's name? Submit your answer! This week's episode is brought to you by Quip (get your first refill free at GetQuip.com/muggle) and Thirdlove (Get 20% off your first order at Thirdlove.com/mugglecast)
Its the Podcast where a Filmmaker, a comedian and their special guest podcasting superstars smash and crash their way through the 80s movies we think we love or might have missed with modern eyes. This is Money Pit, a movie selection from 1986 featuring Nathan Blackwell (Voyage Trekkers, Squishy Studios) Krissy Lenz (Director and Most Enthusiastic Person at the Neighborhood Comedy Theatre) and returning all star guest Andy Nelson (the Next Reel Podcast on TruStory FM)
Faith Move: Delores Thornton Lives by: "If I can see it, I can be it." Amanda Gorman WOW- Revive-to activate, set in motion, or take up again; renew: to restore to life or consciousness: **DOPE FAITH** Pastor Michael Todd & Transformation Church Check Your Faith- It's never too late to revive your dreams, goals and aspirations... **ALERT** Join our FB Group: Faith Move Podcast Do you or someone you know have Dope Faith? Shout them out! Do you have show ideas? Let us know! Do you need to check your faith? We can help! Contact us at: EMAIL: email@example.com FB: @faithmovepodcast IG: faithmovepodcast
Hello, Indie Creatives! In this episode, we have a conversation with the Executive and Artistic Directors of the Indie Memphis Film Festival, Knox Shelton and Miriam Bale. We talk about why Festivals around the country are taking more COVID precautions than theaters and sporting venues, what sacrifices they look for in serious filmmakers, how festivals can create more opportunity and remove barriers for Black filmmakers, how to help Indie Film Creators get full-market value for their work, what made Charles Grodin and Les Blank so brilliant and essential, and much, much more! Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative⠀⠀⠀⠀ Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan! www.bonsai.film/truefans⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast #MAKEIT
In this episode we were lucky to talk with Louise Levison about her book Filmmakers and Financing, explaining the importance of having a business plan for your film so you can speak the language of investors to secure financing for your indie film.
Filmmaker Chris White has directed one of my favorite films of the year: the Christian Metal dramedy 'Electric Jesus'! The film stars 'The Office's Brian Baumgartner and a cast of fantastic up and comers and is filled with equal parts music, comedy and coming of age charm. We'll talk to Chris on a brand new Geekscape podcast about the autobiographical origins of the film, discovering the unknown cast and putting together an incredible indie film! Watch the trailer for 'Electric Jesus'!Subscribe to Geekscape on iTunes! Follow Jonathan on Twitter and Instagram!Join the Geekscape Forever Facebook Group!Visit Geekscape.net for more Geekscape goodness! This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Don't miss the latest Gurvey's Law podcast, which aired on KABC-AM 790 TalkRadio on Thursday, October 7th. This episode features hosts Alan Gurvey and Lauren Sivan, interviewing former California state senator Tony Strickland, who co-chaired Larry Elder's gubernatorial campaign, and "Pharma Bro" filmmaker Brent Hodge discussing Martin Shkreli! Listen to this Gurvey's Law podcast and all of the others right here at Gurveyslaw.com, rgwlawfirm.com, Apple Podcasts, and audioBoom!
The cast (Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd and more) and the crew of the original Ghostbusters discuss the making of the film in a new documentary Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters. Filmmakers and siblings Anthony and Claire Bueno reveal all!
This week, Leyla and Aaron watched the 2012 3DS game "Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance!" We discuss oops all Xehanorts, strategic asset reuse, and the actual gayest kingdom hearts game. Follow us @MortifiedPod on twitter. Sign Up for our monthly Newsletter! Our theme song is "Obsolete" by Keshco, from the album "Filmmaker's Reference Kit Volume 2." Find more of their music here. Aaron: Twitter: @aaronsxl Craft a Kingdom Bible Boys: @TheBibleBoys Leyla: Twitter/Tumblr/Instagram Astral Heart: @_astralheart
Holy cow! This is episode 250 of the Grow Your Video Business podcast. Five years ago, my buddy Matt and I started this show to help video makers succeed as business owners. It's been an amazing journey. For today's special episode, I want to share the three biggest takeaways I've learned from hosting five years of this podcast. Key Takeaways Your core values are what give your business direction. They're how you structure your company and must be at the center of how you build your team. Having systems and structures in place for your business will allow you to stay on mission when the unexpected occurs. Why You and Your Business Need Core Values Identifying what you want to drive your business is critical. At my studio, knowing our core values has given me clarity on who I want on my team and what we are ultimately striving for. Your core values should be at the center of how you build your team. When you begin hiring and firing according to our core values, it will find its way into your company culture. It will influence how you interact with clients and complete projects. It will make your job easier by giving you something to measure success against. Have a Vision and the Structure to Put it into Action Having core values is just the start. Part of success is being focused and clear on what you want as a business. Build a plan around that clarity that includes the accountability to get you there. But if you're the business' visionary, you'll likely have more ideas than can be practically put into action. I describe the EOS model and how it provides a framework for applying your business' ideas in practical and productive ways. Becoming the Master of Your Time One thing I've noticed since starting my business is that time moves quickly. The longer I've been a business owner, the more time I've wanted to free up for myself. I want more time with my family and to pursue the things I love. To this end, I've done my best to make myself redundant at work. I want my business to run efficiently without me. That's why we've created packages and automated systems that allow me to step away from a lot of the responsibility of day-to-day operations. What have you learned by listening to this podcast? How do your core values impact your company? Leave a comment on the episode page! In This Episode: How this podcast and Studio Sherpas got their start [2:00] The importance of having core values [13:20] Having the structures in place to implement your vision [24:00] The importance of time management to create more freedom for yourself [29:00] Quotes “This has transformed my life and business. I've been able to interview people - to sit at the feet of so many incredibly smart and talented people.” [10:39] “Nail down some core values that you would be able to say are requirements for working here. Hire and fire by these core values.” [23:47] “You don't have to be the bottleneck in your business. There are other ways to build a business. Granted, you might be the most amazing, creative director that there is. That's awesome. And you can build on that and not always be the one on call.” [32:05] “I'm getting more used to this idea of delegating and hiring other people to do what they are an expert at. That is allowing me to stay in my zone of genius.” [40:47] Links: Core The E-Myth The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni Traction by Gino Wickman Additional Links: Check out the full show notes page Do you have something to share on this podcast? Fill out this form here. Be sure to take the Grow Your Video Business survey for a chance to win some incredible prizes (if we do say so ourselves!) Stay up to date with everything we're doing at Grow Your Video Business Tune in to our weekly Facebook Lives Follow Studio Sherpas on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram If you haven't already, we'd love it if you would take 1 minute to leave us a review on iTunes!
GRUF AND ME was the winner of BEST DIRECTION at the October 2021 ANIMATION Film Festival. Gruf is a graffiti character that comes to life in animation and falls in love with the street artist who created him. You can watch the amazing film playing at the Animation Festival NOW for FREE HERE: https://vimeo.com/618580827 Conversation with animator Dovi Keich on the 3 year process making this year. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
Don’t say the “V” word! Featuring: Andi Preller, Dave Roberts, and David Hopkins. Running Time: 2:27:05 Andi is back! We spent the past couple of weeks taking in the newest Mike Flanagan series, Midnight Mass, and we’re ready to talk about it. Did we all enjoy it, like the rest of the horror world did?
Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews head writer A.C. Bradley and director Bryan Andrews about What If..? Download my podcast hereCopyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2021. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine!
SYMBIONIC is an animation short film about a Songbird who is forced to flee her deforested home accidentally clips her wing on a robotic facility antenna, plummeting into an underground scrap bin. You can watch the amazing film playing at the Animation Festival NOW for FREE HERE https://vimeo.com/618580827 Conversation with Animator Jack Tenbusch on the making of the film. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
ON PATROL: STOPPING ANTI-ASIAN VIOLENCE ONE STREET AT A TIME is an award winning short documentary. Spurred by a rise in anti-Asian violence, 'Asians with Attitudes,' a volunteer-based evening patrol group in Oakland's Chinatown, has galvanized the Asian American community to become one of the loudest voices in the fight to stop Asian hate. You can watch the film and festival all day today for FREE HERE: https://vimeo.com/613699177 Conversation with filmmaker/journalist Shako Liu on the making of the film. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
Today's conversation is with Iowa based filmmaker, actor, stunt coordinator, fight choreographer Nick Messersmith. We talk about the martial arts, stunt work, acting, filmmaking, plus representation in the film industry. Matter of fact, we cover so much territory that I split it into 2 parts. Today will be part 1 and then on Oct 16 I will be releasing part 2.I also touch on what is going on in my life and why the delay in new episodes.
Andrew is the host of the On the Edge with Andrew Gold podcast. A journalist and TV presenter who speaks 5 languages & lived in 6 countries, Andrew has produced docs on bizarre and controversial subcultures. He has battled an abusive exorcist, dueled with the Crazy Baby Lady and hunted UFOs. He's currently working on a book and TV doc on pedophilia in Berlin. Andrew on Twitter and Instagram. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; "Bul Ma Miin," by Orchestra Baobab; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton. About the song: " “Bul Ma Miin” was originally sung by the wife of longtime Baobab singer, Ndiouga Dieng, whose background was as a traditional Wolof singer set the arrangement for the group. Rudy Gomis told us “Bul Ma Miin” is a sort of advice about not just getting used to someone and forgetting who they are or take their presence simply for granted. The lyrics state that “showing affection doesn't equate with being weak.” “You know, when you're together for a long time, it can come to an end when you forget the other person,” Rudy said. “Like couples where they run into these huge problems because they just forget the other person.”