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"This place is our West, and I wish they'd leave us alone!" For Episode 286, David and Brandon discuss a neo-Western film that fits within our Stuck in a Small Town Genre, BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK. Listen as they discuss the film's casting, its filming in the desert, and how one supporting actor had a big year in 1955. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Stuck in a Small Town Genre (00:03:39) Intro to Bad Day at Black Rock (00:05:41) History of How Bad Day at Black Rock Got to Production (00:12:39) Favorite Scenes (00:18:23) On Set Life - (00:43:21) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (00:50:16) What Worked and What Didn't (00:55:06) Film Facts (01:05:21) Awards (01:06:22) Final Questions (01:13:17) Preview for Next Week (01:21:40) Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: email@example.com
Evan Matthews is a rising star in the film industry who interned with legendary producer Mike Medavoy at Phoenix Pictures and served as right hand to Mark Burnett on iconic shows like The MTV Movie Awards and Survivor. Evan's groundbreaking sci-fi thesis, "Recoil" (2015), has garnered 10 awards and over 20 nominations across 50 international film festivals, featuring an astounding 265 VFX shots. His talent shines in the award-winning short film "The Teleios Act" (2019), which secured numerous accolades, including Best Director and Best Short Film. My guest, Evan Matthews, and I discuss: Evan's internship with legendary producer Mike Medavoy at Phoenix Pictures. Evan's role as the right hand to Mark Burnett, featuring stories from The MTV Movie Awards, Survivor, The Apprentice, and On the Lot. Evan's groundbreaking sci-fi thesis, "Recoil" (2015), earned him 10 awards and over 20 nominations across 50 international film festivals, setting a school record with 265 VFX shots. Evan's award-winning short film, "The Teleios Act" (2019), secured multiple jury prizes, including Best Director, Audience Choice, Best Actress, and the coveted Best Short Film accolade. Dive into film school with Evan! Evan Matthews holds a BA in Film Theory and Critical Studies, as well as a Masters in Screenwriting and Directing from USC's prestigious School of Cinematic Arts. Get tips on what to do if you make eye contact with Johnny Depp. Learn about his time at Harpers Bazaar, which included a session with Ryan Reynolds. Discover Evan's directorial debut, "Motherland," and much more! You're going to love my conversation with Evan Matthews Instagram Watch "The Teleios Act" Watch "Recoil" IMDB Evan's director reel Follow Jeff Dwoskin (host): Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Join my mailing list Buy me a coffee (support the show) Subscribe to my Youtube channel (watch Crossing the Streams!) Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Love the books I talk about on the show? Here is my Amazon store to shop.
Glenn Beck, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host and Co-Founder of Blaze Media, joins us to discuss his new book Dark Future: Uncovering The Great Reset's Terrifying Next Phase, the state of American politics and politicians, the rise of independent media outlets amidst corporate media corruption, the hostile leftist takeover of American culture, and what the new right can do to reclaim lost ground in the culture wars. - - - Today's Sponsor: Exclusive discount for my listeners! https://genucel.com/KLAVAN
This week on the show, we take a break from movies and TV and turn to the most positive place on the internet: Reddit. We're taking a journey through R/AmItheAsshole specifically to see if we can determine who is indeed an asshole. Listen in to hear us break these wild stories down!Links Instagram Our Website
This week on the Lineup, we're joined by surfer Nate Tyler, X Games Gold Medalist Tyler Bereman, and Convergence director Perry Gershkow for the second of three special live episodes presented by 805 Beer. Filmed live at the premiere of Convergence in Huntington Beach during the US Open, to talk about the film and their careers in surf, motocross, and filmmaking. 805 Beer team riders Nate and Tyler discuss growing up on the Central Coast of California and how the pursuit of their passions took them around the world. Perry discusses how he rallied the athletes from different sports to create the film and the importance of incorporating family and the people closest to them into the story. Then they share their thoughts on the final film, their plans for the rest of 2023, and the exciting projects they have coming up. They round it out by answering questions in the Lightning Round. Follow Nate Tyler, Tyler Bereman, Perry Gershkow, and 805 Beer on Instagram. Watch 805 Beer's newest film Convergence. Join the conversation by following The Lineup podcast with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our YouTube channel. Get the latest WSL rankings, news, and event info. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brothers Phil & Warren are so money they don't even know it after deep diving into the comedy drama cult classic “Swingers”. Topics include: making the movie (3:40), stars of the pictures (14:20), stats & accolades (19:40), best scenes & lines (24:50), Judge Bob's recasting court (44:40), and the film's legacy & lore (1:04:35), plus much more.
In this episode, you'll have the chance to meet Jorge, a former mentee of mine and the second person ever to join our program. Together, we embarked on a journey of private one-on-one mentoring sessions that ultimately led Jorge to transition from working in Spanish-language news to an exciting career in film & scripted television.You'll hear about Jorge's unique experience, the challenges he faced, and how he navigated the transition. It's a candid conversation that showcases the real-world experiences of someone who's successfully made the leap.We'll also discuss the important topic of career decisions. Choosing the right path can be a daunting task, with various factors influencing our choices - personal interests, societal expectations, financial stability, and more. Whether you're just starting out in your editing career or looking to make a change, this episode offers valuable insights and practical advice to help you make informed decisions about your career path.If you're interested in working in film & scripted television, click here to learn more about my Break Into Scripted course!Join the Hollywood Editing Mentor community!>>> SUBSCRIBE and leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts! >>>Original Music: "Apollo's Haze" and "Do You Want" by JesusdapnkFacebook: www.fb.com/jesusdapnkSoundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/jesusdapnkInstagram: @jesusdapnk
Tuesday, September 19Take Notice: Amplifying Black StoriesSeason 4, Episode 1: Gino PayneOn this episode of Take Notice, we welcome filmmaker Gino Payne.We discuss baseball, film making, growing up in Georgia, working behind the scenes on The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Mandolorian, and Avengers. Hear about upcoming projects Gino is working on like Goon of the Lagoon!With a Master's in Film and Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art and Design, Gino Payne started his film career working in commercial and promotional advertisement. In 2010, he directed his first feature film, "We Was HomeBoyz" (2011), starring Pastor Troy and Sean Low. Concurrently, Gino worked on projects such as HBO's Hard Knocks, Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones within the camera department.He currently directs and produces full time for 360Films and works directly for big companies such as the Vegas Golden Knights and PokerNews. Gino is most passionate about creating inspiring stories through all aspects of film.@sir_gino (instagram)Connect with Take Notice:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsiteInstagramFacebookRate & Review on Apple PodcastMusic by Version Big-Fi featuring Darius HegginsProduced, Hosted & Edited by Allison Preisinger-HegginsThank you for Taking Notice!Connect with Take Notice: Email: email@example.com Website Instagram Facebook Rate & Review on Apple PodcastMusic by Version Big-Fi featuring Darius HegginsProduced, Hosted & Edited by Allison Preisinger-HegginsThank you for Taking Notice!
Hello, Hello! In this edition of Indie Talk, we're joined by Jennifer Cooney, Filmmaker and Director of the feature film Wild Fire. We talk about: Jennifer's directorial debut, Wild Fire. It's a drama about radical honesty between friends. Writing and filming locally in Pennsylvania as an independent filmmaker Chris and Nick provide advice on building a crew with the right "vibe" and avoiding "mercenaries." We discuss the challenges of filming in a new home and getting state support. Jennifer also shares details on Wildfire's festival run and her next project, Wild Fire. and much more... Summary: Filmmaker Jennifer Cooney joines hosts Chris Barkley and Nick Buggs to discuss her directorial debut Wild Fire. Cooney, a Pennsylvania-based independent filmmaker, wrote, directed and edited Wildfire which follows a group of friends who shed their social masks during an intimate night of truth-telling. Cooney explained how she filmed Wild Fire entirely locally using friends' homes and a dedicated crew. As an indie filmmaker, she discussed the challenges of limited resources but emphasized her determination to manifest her creative vision. Chris praised the film's trailer and expressed excitement for its festival run. The conversation delved into Cooney's focus on authentic storytelling and capturing humanity through subtle nuances. She seeks to represent humanity's shared struggles with vulnerability and living truthfully through intimate scenes and raw dialogue. Cooney's next project Woman of God continues exploring these themes through the story of a nun losing her faith. Chris and Nick provided advice to Cooney on building a crew with the right "vibe" to avoid "mercenaries." They also discussed the lack of state support for independent filmmakers in Pennsylvania. Cooney's journey serves as an inspiration for other indie creators believing in their vision despite challenges. The Make It Podcast was thrilled to give Cooney a platform to discuss her moving work. Enjoy! Questions answered in this episode: - How did Jennifer write Wild Fire in relation to its indie/limited resources context? Did she write with limitations in mind or did it just end up working out that way? - How many locations did Wild Fire end up having and how difficult was that choice as an indie filmmaker? - Can you give us a quick synopsis of Wild Fire? - How did Jennifer work with her crew to set the right "vibe" and avoid "mercenaries"? - What is the state of independent filmmaking in Pennsylvania - is there any grant/rebate support from the state? - Where are Wild Fire's upcoming festival screenings and what is Jennifer's next project? How you can continue to enjoy MAKE IT content: Subscribe to the MAKE IT YouTube channel. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe to our newsletter at https://www.bonsai.film/subscribe. About Jennifer: Jennifer Cooney is an East Coast writer, director, and producer. Her production company, HalfJack Generation, is dedicated to telling stories that elevate the frequency, i.e., consciousness, of the planet. As a conscious creator, Jennifer is deeply passionate about character-driven stories of inner darkness and the courage it takes to live an authentic life. Her directorial debut, Wild Fire, is currently in a bi-continental festival run, and her next feature, Woman of God, is in active development. Jennifer is also a four-time published poet, a painter, and a still photographer. She lives in the countryside of Pennsylvania and on the shoreline of Florida with her wife, JFo—an artist and Jennifer's co-producer, and their dogs. The two constantly spur each other toward creative expansion, spiritual evolution, and alignment with Love, Truth, and Freedom. Links: www.halfjackgeneration.com www.thewildfiremovie.com The MAKE IT podcast amplifies the voice of the filmmaker by exploring the filmmaking journeys of actors, screenwriters, directors, producers, and a host of other creatives from across the film industry. We provide a platform for film professionals and up-and-coming filmmakers to give and receive advice, lessons learned, personal reflections, tips, tricks, and insights through a variety of podcast series. We are the go-to film podcast for the indie filmmaker!
In today's episode we're chatting with Scoot McNairy. Here's a storyteller who's genuinely humble and genuinely extraordinary. He's an award winning actor and a producer. He's worked on numerous award-winning films such as “Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood,” “Gone Girl,” “12 Years a Slave,” “Argo,” and “Killing Them Softly.” He's starred in critically acclaimed series such as “Narcos: Mexico,” “Godless,” and “Halt and Catch Fire.” The list of legendary directors he's worked with will blow your mind. Steve McQueen, Quentin Tarantino, and Gus Van Sant to name a few. Scoot's own story begins in Texas as a kid who was fascinated by how movies were made. Dozens of commercials, TV shows, independent projects, and major studio films later, his fascination for the process of filmmaking has only deepened. But he's also someone who admits there are things he loves doing just as much as acting and there are times when he's left the industry to explore them. He's candid about the working relationships and friendships that have impacted his career. You'll hear what Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Emmy winning actor has inspired him the most. And you'll see how everyone's process coming to the craft is unique—it's important to build your own bag of tricks. THAT ONE AUDITION'S LINKS: SLAYTEMBER WITH CASTING: Join us today (class limited to 30 students) THE BRIDGE: The Bridge for Actors TNTT ACTING MEMBERSHIP: The New Triple Threat Membership PATREON: @thatoneaudition CONSULTING: Get 1-on-1 advice for your acting career from Alyshia Ochse COACHING: Get personalized coaching from Alyshia on your next audition or role INSTAGRAM: @alyshiaochse INSTAGRAM: @thatoneaudition WEBSITE: AlyshiaOchse.com ITUNES: Subscribe to That One Audition on iTunes SPOTIFY: Subscribe to That One Audition on Spotify STITCHER: Subscribe to That One Audition on Stitcher CREDITS: Host/Producer: Alyshia Ochse WRITER: Erin McCluskey OUTREACH: Elle Powell WEBSITE & GRAPHICS: Chase Jennings SOCIAL: Imani Love
If you're on Letterboxd... do NOT read this! Today we're joined by the delightful Bridger Winegar, host of "I Said No Gifts," to talk about that old favorite of showy auteurs and Twitter cinephiles alike: the LONG one-shot take. Are directorial gimmicks anti-woman because they distract from the work of actresses? Should we ethically contain film buffs somewhere so the rest of us don't have to hear about different kinds of cinema lenses? Who is Margaret Qualley? The answer may shock you. Thank you to everyone who came out to our tour! We love you more than you can possibly imagine. Sam's next CLUB COMIC is in NYC on Sept 21st: linktree.com/samtaggartSubscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/straightiolab for bonus episodes twice a month and don't forget to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Judd Saul never dreamed he would be a leader of a ministry, and certainly not one that gives aid to those in persecution in Nigeria. He studied filmmaking at Full Sail in Orlando, but God's call on Judd's life was to become involved in helping those under Muslim persecution in Nigeria. Also, a return visit with Robert Borelli, author of "THE WITNESS", and the subject of a new documentary.
Ceribell's rapid seizure triage product for critical care received FDA's Breakthrough Designation with an exclusive New Technology Add-on Payment (NTAP) from CMS. Everything about the ClarityPro product—from the innovative EEG headband to the EEG recorder and physician portal has been engineered to enable quick detection and response to non-convulsive seizure in a critical care or ED setting. In this episode of the Medtech Talk podcast, host Geoff Pardo speaks with Jane Chao, CEO of Ceribell, about the path to develop an innovative new product and her personal journey as well. Chao's own story started with a love of numbers, a highly exclusive spot earned in a prestigious chemistry program in Beijing, a Ph.D. in biophysics, a stint in documentary film making, and roles at McKinsey, Novartis, and Genentech. For Ceribell's genesis, Chao took lessons from all of those experiences—empathy sharpened while filming a documentary on migrant workers in China, business knowledge gained at McKinsey, and a rich, interdisciplinary scientific background—to launch a new medtech business and engineer a new device to meet a critical, unmet medical need. Medtech Talk Links: Cambridge Healthtech Institute Medtech Talk Gilde Healthcare
In this episode of the podcast, Ryan is joined by Walid Azami to discuss the business of video production. They dive into the importance of positioning oneself as a solution to clients' problems, understanding clients' needs, and how to approach pricing and sales. Key topics include: The importance of being a solution to a problem clients have or will have. How to stand out in a crowded market. The power of reaching out to people and building relationships. The impact of surrounding yourself with positive, idea-driven people. Key Takeaways You should walk away knowing how to position yourself as a solution to clients' problems and stand out in a crowded market - and a little strategy you can use to compound the opportunities for new work that can have HUGE dividends. You'll discover the importance of reaching out to people, building relationships, and surrounding yourself with positive, idea-driven individuals. You'll gain insights into the power of being human, connecting with others, and making a positive impact in the video production industry. About Walid Azami Walid Azami is a photographer/director based in Los Angeles. Walid is a refugee from Afghanistan, he had always had a major interest in the creative/entertainment business and in photography. He started his photography career with singer Usher. Some of his work is the cover of RollingStone Magazine Italia with Tiziano Ferro. He has worked with people like Bob Proctor, Bernie Sanders, Perry Farrel, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, and Madonna. Walid has invested the last 7 years in helping thousands of photographers/videographers, teaching them how to build a business from scratch. In This Episode [00:00] Welcome to the show! [03:55] Meet Walid [06:25] Walid's story [15:22] Race to the bottom [18:32] Starting from the ground up [19:13] Solution focused [19:40] Break trends [20:44] Reaching out [21:58] Serving people [29:16] Curate your circle [38:38] Overcoming self-doubt [44:10] Connect with Walid [45:42] Outro Quotes "Every time I post, every single time I write a blog, every single time I pick up the phone or I text or email a client, I have to answer one question. How am I going to be a solution to a problem they have?" - Walid Azami "Anyone that does that today is gonna stand out. I would not follow trends." - Walid Azami "I reached out to three people every single day. I'm an intense guy. So I wasn't allowed to go to bed until I learned, I learned one thing and I reached out to three people." - Walid Azami "The amount of money that will come your way is astronomical, astronomical. Good karma, good relationships." - Walid Azami "We have to reach for humanity. And man, there's something about people that feels good when someone asks about you and notices you and all that." - Walid Azami Guest Links Find Walid Azami online Find out more about "S.T.E.P. Pricing" (the course for photographers) Follow Walid Azami on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube Links Learn more about the Onward Summit FREE Workshop Available "How to Consistently Earn Over $100k Per Year in Video Production While Working Less Than 40 Hours Per Week" Join the Grow Your Video Business Facebook Group Follow Ryan Koral on Instagram Follow Grow Your Video Business on Instagram Check out the full show notes
Join us in this captivating episode as we dive into the world of filmmaking with the acclaimed director Sean Menard. Discover the creative journey of this talented filmmaker, from his early inspirations to his notable works that have left a mark on the industry.We delve into the intricacies of documentary filmmaking, where Sean has excelled in crafting compelling narratives that resonate with audiences. Get insights into his creative process, influences, and the challenges he's overcome on his path to success.Sean shares anecdotes from his experiences working on thought-provoking documentaries, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the world of storytelling through film. Whether you're an aspiring filmmaker or a cinema lover, this episode offers valuable insights and inspiration from a true artist.Tune in for a captivating conversation that explores the art of filmmaking, the power of storytelling, and the creative vision of Sean Menard.
When it comes to skiing, we agree with Fran Lebowitz "I find real life risky enough." Follow the Show @freshmoviepod Follow Chelsea @ChelseathepopeFollow Victoria on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/vicrohar/Email the Show firstname.lastname@example.orgShop the Store: http://tee.pub/lic/bvHvK3HNFhk Show Art by Cecily Brown Theme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See"Arranged & Performed by Katrina EresmanWritten by Al HarleyYouTube Channel
Patrick Boberg joins this week to talk about his ska journey, playing in bands, working in the world of film/video, and crafting the delicate tune that would become this podcast's theme.•Connect with Pat!ResponsiblyWild.com@PatBoBomb•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
PUBLIC VERSION. Filmmaker Lewis Teague (CUJO, ALLIGATOR, CAT'S EYE, THE JEWEL OF THE NILE) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen in the ArieScope studio to discuss his 60 year career so far! From the Sam Fuller war film that inspired his curiosity in filmmaking… to starting an underground Cinema on the Sunset strip in the 60's… to working in various capacities on films like George Roy Hill's HAWAII (1966) and the seminal documentary WOODSTOCK (1970)… to working with the legendary Roger Corman… to how he brought realism to genre films like ALLIGATOR (1980) and working on back to back Stephen King adaptations with CUJO (1983) and CAT'S EYE (1985)… to getting the call from Michael Douglas to join the big leagues and direct 1985's THE JEWEL OF THE NILE (the ROMANCING THE STONE sequel)… and how a fateful lunch with a certain PSYCHO star changed his entire outlook on the filmmaking business. At 85 years old, Lewis has tons of incredible stories about his Hollywood journey!
On this episode of ITCAF we of course have the very latest on the WGA & SAG-AFTRA strikes, and in another special industry news segment, the guys are sharing their favorite shows and movies currently available on the streamers including the must sees and hidden gems you might have missed, suggesting what you should watch to hold you over during the strike, new stuff that's coming, and more!! Plus we have our Top 5 ___________"!. segment; this week it's Top 5 "Least Favorite Comic Book Movies", and of course we have our box office results, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers! Website: https://crazyantmedia.com Merchandise: https://crazyantmedia.com/crazy-ant-merchandise Our film, Deadlines: https://crazyantmedia.com/deadlines Podcasts: ITCAFpodcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/itcafpodcast/id1644145531 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1tf6L0e7vO9xnVtWaip67s?si=tYPrIVr_R36qpYns4qeZ8g Everything's Okay Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/everythings-okay/id1664547993 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0uMm80MW4K50f8uURgVUYp?si=9mF7mwf_Qe-ZDqKBhEovMg Social Media: ITCAFpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/itcafpodcast?s=21&t=q0HdFq3CPkXBzVYHYdJW6w Instagram: https://instagram.com/itcafpodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRLQ7hHn/ Everything's Okay Twitter: https://twitter.com/everythingsokp?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/everythingsokp?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Crazy Ant Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazyantmedia?s=21&t=q0HdFq3CPkXBzVYHYdJW6w Instagram: https://instagram.com/crazyantmedia?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRLQP1c1/ Logan (right) Twitter: https://twitter.com/jloganaustin?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/jloganaustin?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://email@example.com?_t=8ZMB9Hp1yxf&_r=1 Dustin (Left) Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazyantceo?s=21&t=ckQqBvyxz3lYqKHLrI6peA Instagram: https://instagram.com/crazyantceo?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@crazyantceo?_t=8ZMB84k7BUM&_r=1
There's nothing like a little light-hearted solicitation to relive your lost youth and discover how amazing sex could be since your, now deceased, boring husband "missionary Martin" never gave it propa'. So, in walks gigolo Leo Grande (Daryl McCormack) to guide Nancy (Emma Thompson) in her search for the ever-elusive big "O". Just chuck some fit bloke some cash and it'll solve all your problems basically. Some procrastination here, some procrastination there, and that's what Emma Thompson as Nancy does in the sex comedy drama ("sexadramady"?) penned by Katy Brand and directed by Sophie Hyde. It's a weird one. At the heart of the film is a sex-positive message that has some genuinely touching moments from the inimitable Ms. Thompson. But when you come down to it, it misses the mark in giving Mr. McCormack enough meat to play with. You'll get what we mean when you give it a listen. GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE is currently streaming on HULU in the US.
Unpacking the Bills Loss to the Jets provides an in-depth exploration of the shocking defeat suffered by the Buffalo Bills at the hands of the New York Jets. Through a comprehensive film room analysis, this captivating piece delves into the critical moments, breakdowns, and strategic missteps that led to the devastating loss. #bills #nfl #buffalobills0:00 | Opening Thoughts & Takeaways on Bills vs Jets9:32 | "Death of the Long Pass" Article16:24 | Graphic - Jets Coverages Played by Down vs the Bills23:29 | Graphic - Bills Passing by Down vs Jets31:13 | Film - Smash Concept Early & Josh Allen Being Decisive39:49 | Film - Sack on the Smash Concept45:57 | Film - Dagger Concept to Gabe Davis49:17 | Film - Jets Speeding the Game up on Allen53:44 | Film - Josh Allen's 2nd & 1st Interceptions1:05:58 | Film - Making it Look E-Z Josh Allen TD to Stefon Diggs1:11:09 | Film - Josh Allen Improvisation1:14:51 | Film - Josh Allen 3rd Interception1:22:58 | Film - Allen Hesitates to Kincaid on Smash Concept Variation1:27:02 | Film - Real Estate Rewind Matt Milano Shoots the Gap1:30:13 | Closing ThoughtsE-Z Loan Auto SalesRegardless of your credit situation, EZ Loan can help get you behind the wheel and on the road to better credit.All vehicles include a 2 year 24k mile warranty & with three convenient locations in Buffalo, Lockport & Niagara Falls, you can get driving today.Go to ezloanauto.com to start your accelerated approval.Real Estate Agent Jonathan MillerCutting edge technology to sell your home fasterProfessional photographs, 3D virtual tour, drone photos and videos are included with each listing at no extra chargeLove working with buyers and sellers in all price rangesDonates a portion of his commission from each sale to rescue an animal Phone (716) 472-0344Become an 1nsider today-Access to detailed Premium Content.-Access to our Glossary and Salary Cap series-Access to our private Slack channel.-Sneak peek at upcoming content.-Exclusive group film room sessions. & much more.__DOWNLOAD THE COVER 1 MOBILE APP!► Android►iOS —Cover 1 provides multi-faceted analysis of the NFL and NFL Draft including: Podcasts, Video blogs, Commentary, Scouting Reports, Highlights and Video Breakdowns.NFL footage displayed is not owned by Cover 1 —Follow Us HereTwitterInstagramFacebookOfficial MerchandiseThe Cover1.net web site and associated Social Media platforms are not endorsed by, directly affiliated with, maintained, authorized, or sponsored by the NFL or any of its clubs, specifically the Buffalo Bills. All products, marks and company names are the registered trademarks of their original owners. The use of any trade name or trademark is for identification and reference purposes only and does not imply any association with the trademark holder of their product brand.
Get ready for an entertaining discussion as we embark on a roller coaster ride through the cinematic universe with Cinematographer Brandon Cox. Listen in as we kick off our chat with our personal experiences of recent movie viewings including Indiana Jones, John Wick 4, and Asteroid City, discussing how we should take film critics with a pinch of salt and enjoy movies for what they are. We also dissect the different rating systems of Rotten Tomatoes, IMDB, and Letterboxd, and their influence on viewer perception. We then transition into a debate on the shift from film to digital production and its implications on the visual aesthetics of cinema. Discover our thoughts on working with low-budget video equipment, the unique characteristics of Canon 5D versus reversal film, and the influence of CGI on the modern look of films. We also discuss our experiences with different cameras and software, citing examples from movies like Chris Nolan's Batman and Gareth Edwards' latest project. In the latter part of our discussion, we shed light on the importance of understanding and mastering lighting techniques in filmmaking. Hear about Brandon's journey from shooting music videos to high-budget films, his experiences on set with stars like Robert De Niro and Dave Bautista, and his love for action movies. We also touch upon the evolution of lighting technology, the benefits of modern LED panels, and how the use of different tools and techniques have transformed over the years. Don't miss out on our take on film restoration and preservation, the importance of archiving movies, and how streaming services have altered the movie release landscape. So, sit back, relax, and join us on this cinematic journey. (0:00:15) - Film Reviews and Recent Viewings (0:07:01) - Film vs Digital (0:15:32) - Discussion on Film Look and Cameras (0:25:12) - Success in Film School and Cinematography (0:31:41) - Lighting Techniques in Action Filmmaking (0:38:06) - Techniques for Fast and Efficient Lighting (0:44:59) - Evolution of Lighting Technology (0:55:50) - Kino Flo and Astera Tubes (1:07:46) - Experimentation and Learning in Filmmaking (1:15:19) - Discussion on Film Restoration and Technology (1:23:44) - Discussion on Preserving and Restoring Films Follow F&R on all your favorite social platforms! You can directly support Frame & Reference by Buying Me a Coffee Frame & Reference is supported by Filmtools and ProVideo Coalition. Filmtools is the West Coast's leading supplier of film equipment. From cameras and lights to grip and expendables, Filmtools has you covered for all your film gear needs. Check out Filmtools.com for more. ProVideo Coalition is a top news and reviews site focusing on all things production and post. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for the latest news coming out of the industry.
"Keep watching the sky, MacIntyre." For Episode 285, Thomas and Brandon talk about one of Thomas's favorite movies, LOCAL HERO. Listen as they discuss the movie's early beginnings, its Scottish history, and how it still has a loyal following today. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Stuck in a Small Town Genre (00:05:16) Intro to Local Hero (00:07:13) History of How Local Hero Got to Production (00:13:31) Favorite Scenes (00:27:32) On Set Life - (00:51:48) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (01:04:7) What Worked and What Didn't (01:09:10) Film Facts (01:19:03) Awards (01:25:29) Final Questions (01:31:43) Preview for Next Week (01:43:01) Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining us for this episode is writer Michael Schwartz who's latest film, Zombie Town, is an adaption of a R.L. Stine youth horror novel. We discuss gateway horror films and also Michael's other passion, comic books, and his latest comic book creation Armored. Check out the Kickstarter campaign for Armored at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cloverpress/armored-1-5-comic-book Follow us on Social Media: @pvdhorror Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, FacebookWatch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOyloOb0puVCXDjJ_ZiPYqgVisit our website: https://pvdhorror.com/Special thanks to DJ Cryptkicker for the intro and outro music. Be sure to find his music on social media at @djcryptkicker or the following:https://djcryptkicker.bandcamp.com/album/shock-around-the-clockhttps://music.apple.com/us/artist/dj-cryptkicker/1536351234https://open.spotify.com/album/1KUi9ntDa5eYughfOvfxNY
What happens when creativity meets technology? Join us as we explore this fascinating intersection with our special guest, Doug, a seasoned filmmaker and passionate advocate for street art and muralism. We unpick the evolution of this dynamic art form and its journey from vibrant community expression to a tool in the hands of big brands. Doug brings his unique perspective from behind the lens, sharing insights on the art scene in the southeast of England and how the influx of international artists continues to inject fresh ideas into the mix. Beyond the aesthetic, we also delve into the business side of creativity. Doug takes us through his journey as a successful freelance videographer, sharing valuable tips on networking, social media engagement, and how to overcome the challenges that often stifle creatives. Moreover, we learn about his experience curating a festival in Kosovo, a venture that deepened his appreciation for art's transformative power and the potential of it as a tool for community engagement and social consciousness.And of course, in today's world, no discussion on creativity is complete without addressing the role of technology. How is AI shaping the art world, and how can it aid artists? We delve into these pressing questions, while also exploring the importance of purposeful art. We discuss a project in Kosovo that used a hybrid car to convey a powerful message, demonstrating the potential of socially conscious art. Wrapping up, we explore the story of artist Ian Strange, and the impact of his work on home and identity. All this and much more in this engaging episode. Be prepared for an insightful journey into the world of art, creativity, and technology with Doug!
We are back from a great summer break! Check out our Frameform Patreon page for 6 awesome resources we released over the past few months ranging from Technical Tips for Video Editing by Hannah, a visual guide to all things Frameform by Jen Ray, a Zine by Clare, and more.Today's episode features two interviews that are linked by the Standard Vision + Dancinema showcase in Downtown Los Angeles and their trailblazing, alternative approaches to artistry and business.First up, we speak with Caroline Haydon of SVLA about the unique and impactful work they do to offer state of the art production support for artists of all kinds, including those looking to push the boundaries of dance and cinema. From industry-leading studio resources to one-of-a-kind performance and screening opportunities, Standard Vision is on the cutting edge of how to have mainstream impact while maintaining artistic integrity. In part two of today's episode, we connect with Nina McNeely, recipient of the SVLA Artistic Achievement Award for her music video “John L'' for Black Midi. Nina's work spans from small indie productions to large scale commercial works with some of the biggest names in media. She's a prime example that, as she said in her interview, “if you stick to what you believe in, the world will catch up eventually.”Learn and Explore More: Standard Vision WebsiteSVLA Studios LA WebsiteSV + Dream OutdoorStandard Vision Social LinksIG: @standardvisionFB:@standardvisionmediaVimeo: @standardvisionLinkedIn: @standardvision-llcNina McNeely:WebsiteSocial: ID @ninamcneelyTedTalk: "Once There Was III" -- a mesmerizing blend of dance, animation and techAnother great interview: Words that Move Me Podcast with Dana WilsonSubmit to Dancinema for the opportunity to be the next SVLA Award Recipient, be part of the online program, or screen as part of a theatrical event in Washington, DC and/or Vancouver, BC.DancinemaWatch On Demand / Submit / Social @jenraydancinemaCASCADIA Dance & Cinema Festival (Vancouver, BC)Submit / Website / Social @cascadiadcfestivalCAPITOL Dance & Cinema Festival (Washington, DC)Submit / Website / Social @capitoldcfestival
This week on the show, we check in on the latest Star Wars live-action series: Ahsoka. Starring Rosario Dawson and continuing the character's story from The Clone Wars and Rebels, Ahsoka finds the Jedi trying to prevent the return of Grand Admiral Thrawn. How do these characters translate to live action? Is this a show for newcomers and long-time fans? Listen in to hear our thoughts!Links Instagram Our Website
When Chad Brown contacted me a couple of months ago about coming back on the podcast, I had no idea that he was about to take me on such an adventure! Of course, if you're a long time listener of the show, then you know Chad for his work as a creative director and photographer. Now, he's fresh off an incredible journey in the Arctic Circle, and he's chronicled the trip in a new documentary — Blackwaters: Brotherhood in the Wild.We went right into talking about the film, and Chad shared how the idea for the documentary came to him, and what he wants people to get from it once they've watched it. We also touched on several issues, including using storytelling to bring awareness to social and environmental issues, Black men in the outdoors, and his nonprofit work dedicated to the power of collective effort in creating change.You'll definitely get inspired by Chad's powerful exploration of storytelling, brotherhood, and the pursuit of justice and healing through the power of creativity!LinksChad Brown's 2017 InterviewChad Brown on InstagramBlackwaters: Brotherhood in the WildMore from Chad Brown:Chado CreativeLove is KingSoul River, Inc.For a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========Donate to Revision PathFor 10 years, Revision Path has been dedicated to showcasing Black designers and creatives from all over the world. In order to keep bringing you the content that you love, we need your support now more than ever.Click or tap here to make either a one-time or monthly donation to help keep Revision Path running strong.Thank you for your support!==========Follow and SubscribeLike this episode? Then subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you find your favorite shows. Follow us, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review!You can also follow Revision Path on Instagram and Twitter.==========CreditsRevision Path is brought to you by Lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, GA.Executive Producer and Host: Maurice CherryEditor and Audio Engineer: RJ BasilioIntro Voiceover: Music Man DreIntro and Outro Music: Yellow SpeakerTranscripts are provided courtesy of Brevity and Wit.☎️ Call 626-603-0310 and leave us a message with your comments on this episode!Thank you for listening!==========Sponsored by Brevity & WitBrevity & Wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They are always looking to expand their roster of freelance design consultants in the U.S., particularly brand strategists, copywriters, graphic designers and Web developers.If you know how to deliver excellent creative work reliably, and enjoy the autonomy of a virtual-based, freelance life (with no non-competes), check them out at brevityandwit.com.Brevity & Wit — creative excellence without the grind.==========Sponsored by the School of Visual Arts - BFA Design & BFA AdvertisingThe BFA Design program at the School of Visual Arts consistently produces innovative and acclaimed work that is rooted in a strong foundational understanding of visual communication. It encourages creativity through cutting-edge tools, visionary design techniques, and offers burgeoning creatives a space to find their voice.Students in BFA Advertising are prepared for success in the dynamic advertising industry in a program led by faculty from New York's top ad agencies. Situated at the center of the advertising capital of the world, the program inspires the next generation of creative thinkers and elite professionals to design the future.School of Visual Arts has been a leader in the education of artists, designers and creative professionals for over seven decades. Comprising 7,000 students at its Manhattan campus and more than 41,000 alumni from 128 countries, SVA also represents one of the most influential artistic communities in the world. For information about the College's 30 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, visit sva.edu.
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