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Surfer and filmmaker Keith Malloy joins the lineup to talk about his latest adventures. He discusses making his new film Mind Surfing with 805 featuring Conner Coffin, how the partnership and idea came together, what he learned about Conner while filming, and the other surfers he worked with on the project. He looks back at his lifetime in surfing, the impact his surfing family and brothers all had on him, the influence of the California coastline, his season on the Championship Tour, and then his move away from competition altogether. He breaks down his journey into filmmaking, starting out on his first movie Come Hell or High Water with Mark Cunningham, collaborating with Patagonia on a bunch of films, forming a production company, and working with athletes from sports outside surfing. Keith also touches on the majestic nature of Teahupo'o, surfing and working while raising three kids, and his upcoming projects with 805 and more. Learn more about Keith here. Check out his latest film with 805 featuring Conner Coffin, Mind Surfing. Learn more about 805. Learn more about Bimarian Films. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel. Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hello, Hello! In this episode, we speak with Actress and Writer Florencia Lozano. We talk about her film, ‘Life After You,' her new Netflix series ‘Breathe,' the plague of grief, addiction, shame, and suicide, what Americans get wrong about freedom and what we take for granted, and how to solve the world's biggest problems, the value of “owning it” as creative, why Soap Actors don't get the respect they deserve, and the secret to winning over Producers and Casting Directors in auditions. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love The MAKE IT podcast is the platform for the Voice of the Filmmaker (https://www.bonsai.film/voiceofthefilmmaker) program, which is brought to you in partnership with Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization). The Voice of the Filmmaker program brings educational, inspirational, and aspirational content to the filmmaking community. All of the content we create is for filmmakers, by filmmakers. Through this partnership, we bring you the following podcast series: Filmmaker Conversations Indie Talks Industry Insights Mistakes in the Making Film Investment Series Our audience plays a crucial role in making this all happen through donations to this fantastic program. Donate Today! (https://www.bonsai.film/donate) Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. We're everywhere! You can find more info and a link to join our bi-weekly newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative. Thanks for listening and, as always, Be Better. Be Creative. Be Engaged. #MAKEIT
Bei dem Kinofilm "Der Gesang der Flusskrebse" stehen nicht nur Frauen vor, sondern auch hinter der Kamera. In Eine Stunde Film erzählen Produzentin Elizabeth Gabler und Hauptdarstellerin Daisy Edgar-Jones welchen Unterschied das macht. **********Den Artikel zum Stück findet ihr hier.**********Ihr könnt uns auch auf diesen Kanälen folgen: Instagram und YouTube.
Aaron Sims, the visual creator behind some of this generation's most unforgettable cinema creatures, began his career over two decades ago as a special effects makeup artist. His pioneering techniques in the world of visual effects influenced the face of character and creature design in Film, Television, Games, Previs, and VFX early on in their application. Aaron Sims Creative [ASC] was formed in order to bring together a wide range of the world's most talented concept and visual effects artists and create memorable characters, creatures, VFX, costumes, and key scenes. Aaron's unparalleled skill and dedication to consistently creating stunning content for all platforms of visual entertainment has made ASC a premiere entertainment studio. Since its founding, ASC has worked on feature films like It, Wonder Woman, Logan, Wrath and Clash of the Titans, War for the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Amazing Spider-Manand many, many more. In this Podcast, Allan McKay interviews Visual Creator and Director Aaron Sims about creating in Unreal Engine, his journey working on short film THE EYE: CALANTHEK; working against creative constraints, perfectionism and knowing when to let the project go. For more show notes, visit www.allanmckay.com/364.
Our special guest, actress Kayla Adams, returns to the show to tell us all about her new Lionsgate film, "Hex"!! We also catch up with her about how she spent time during COVID-19, her thoughts on the shift in the industry from theatrical releases to streaming, her ambitions behind the camera and her goal of starting her own production company, her most embarrassing moment on set, and more!!
NOPE is the first horror or science fiction film to be filmed on 65mm for IMAX. With it's excellent sound design, and immersive spectacle, you'll need to get your ass to the theater for this one.Theme Music "A Movie I'd Like to See" by Al Harley. Show Art: Cecily Brown Follow the Show @freshmoviepod YouTube Channel email@example.com
Today Ryan fanboys out and sits down for a conversation with the founder of a product he has been using for years, Chris Savage from Wistia. They talk about how Wistia can help you offer an additional service to your clients that will keep them coming back. Chris gives some tips on how to separate yourself from the competition and some great marketing strategies that he has implemented at Wistia that has helped him stand out and cement Wistia as experts in the field of video marketing. Chris also shares a unique campaign he runs each year for Wistia employees that has garnered some unbelievable results for improving both features & systems, and company morale. Key Takeaways Seeing real people from your business helps your clients better connect with you Making great content actually promotes yourself as a company that does what it says Embrace the small size of your business as lots of businesses are looking for that About Chris Savage Chris Savage is the Co-Founder and CEO of Wistia, a leading video hosting platform that gives marketers everything they need to get bigger results from their videos and podcasts. As CEO, he finds himself getting loud (in a good way) about what matters most to him—like his love of innovation, pushing past fear, and working to create a truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive company. Leaving the traditional tech playbook behind, Wistia took on $17.3M in debt to buy out their investors, gain full control of the business, and take the path less traveled to grow sustainably. Today, more than 375,000 businesses across 50 countries depend on Wistia's products to build their brands and grow their businesses, including HubSpot, Mailchimp, Sephora, Starbucks, and Tiffany & Co. In This Episode What is Wistia and how can it help you add valuable data analysis for your clients that will make them come back again and again [6:45] Do people want to see more human videos rather than graphs and graphics [20:01] The power of putting people from your business in your videos [23:50] Why compelling content is more important than good looking content [31:48] Don't be afraid to reveal that your a small business [33:26] How small teams can make engaging content that also markets themselves [35:16] How Wistia budgets their marketing and gives their team space to create [39:35] Quotes "You're missing a huge opportunity if you're not using human beings to build that connection directly.” [22:33] “We are afraid that people are gonna judge us based on how we look and it's actually, they're gonna judge us because they have no idea what we're capable of and what we care about. It's not about how we look, that's not it, but that's the normal human instinct.” [31:48] “If you don't have a video that markets yourself, then maybe you don't really believe in it, and if you do, you get the meta benefits instantly. It's like, oh, look at the clever thing this company's doing to market themselves, doing the thing they say that they do.” [37:55] “You know the old adage of the cobbler's kids get no shoes. I think flip it around and say if the cobbler's kids have sick shoes then everyone wants those shoes, like, "Where do you get those shoes, buddy? I want those shoes." I think it's just that; if you make sweet stuff promoting yourself, you get the benefit of it actually promotes yourself and it proves to people that you can make that kind of content.” [39:10] 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 Register for the Onward Summit (October 2022) Find Chris Savage online Follow Chris Savage on Twitter Connect with Chris Savage on LinkedIn Follow Wistia on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter One, Ten, One Hundred Series Gear Squad vs Dr. Boring 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! Additional Links: 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're back for a brand new season and this time we're looking at a sub-genre of horror that is near and dear to us, as it's mostly poking fun at people from the south and well, that's us. It's been called hicksploitation, southern gore, and more but for our purpose we're calling it Killbilly Cinema!Episode 1 starts at pretty much square one, with one of the most primative examples. We'll talk about the career of "The Godfather Of Gore" himself Herschel Gordon Lewis as we explore 1964's Two Thousand Maniacs.Plus musical guest Mass Extinction, courtesy Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.
Conversation with directors Christian Montoya Johnson, Anton Ransom & the subject of the film Manny the Tru MC, a poet with Cerebral Palsy. WHERE THERE'S A WHEEL THERE'S A WAY was the winner of BEST SHORT FILM at the August 2022 LA Feedback Film Festival. "If you have the heart of determination, there is no such thing as limitations". -- Manny the Tru MC. This film is a testament to human determination and what is possible with a positive outlook and refusal to make excuses for your current circumstances. You will laugh. You will cry. You will leave grateful. Where There's a Wheel There's a Way. Film playing on the Film Festival Streaming service later this month. You can sign up for the 7 day free trial at www.wildsound.ca (available on your streaming services and APPS). There is a DAILY film festival to watch, plus a selection of award winning films on the platform. Then it's only $3.99 per month. Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod
TSC News TV host Fred Richani interviews director Scott Mann about his new thriller FALL, the fantastic cast, the crazy elements they had to deal with, working with Lionsgate, getting into filmmaking, and why you should watch the movie in theaters now! ✅Get tickets here: https://www.fandango.com/fall-2022-228183/movie-overview ✅Subscribe for more interviews: https://www.youtube.com/TSCGaming About Fall Movie: For best friends Becky (Grace Caroline Currey aka Grace Fulton) and Hunter (Virginia Gardner), life is all about conquering fears and pushing limits. But after they climb 2,000 feet to the top of a remote, abandoned radio tower, they find themselves stranded with no way down. Now Becky and Hunter's expert climbing skills will be put to the ultimate test as they desperately fight to survive the elements, a lack of supplies, vultures, and vertigo. Co-starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Mason Gooding, and Jasper Cole.
Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews writer-director-star James Morosini about I Love My Dad. Download my podcast here Copyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2022. All rights reserved. For more great content check out Backstory Magazine @ www.backstory.net
Filmmaker Jake Ryan Baker from Fort Wayne, Indiana joins Cinematic Heartland today. Jake's passion for films and filmmaking shines brightly throughout this entire episode. We talk about the film and theater scene in Fort Wayne, tax incentives or the lack thereof, the short films that he has worked on, the casting process, the writing process, the idea of shooting a feature film, and his tips for screenwriters. And there is so much more.
Chris Murphy is a documentary and commercial cinematographer and director from Great Falls, Montana. In this podcast, we discuss Chris' perspective on what makes a functional documentary set atmosphere, the best things young documentarians can do to get into the industry, how to peace with one's past, the importance of mentors, and a whole lot more. Weekly creative constructive conversation: patreon.com/changethewrldsDo you guys like the podcasts or the doc specific videos more? Let me know.Thanks for listening!
"We came for a good time, not for a long time." For Episode 226, Thomas and Brandon discuss the movie that made them want to do a Summer Movie series, Everybody Wants Some!! Listen as they discuss the film's fantastic performances and why it's one of Richard Linklater's most underrated films. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele (@michelebacicomedy) shares stories from New York, including watching an alien rom-com and attending her sister's bachelorette party. This week's guest is actress, stage manager and screenwriter, Alexis Salem, who opens up about the difficulty of her current living situation between caretaking for a relative and driving around LA for work and school. The ladies discuss the complexities of the entertainment biz, including moving up the career ladder, trying to stay positive, and not working yourself to death. They discuss balancing their dark senses of humor. Alexis shares that she's enrolled in a screenwriting program, her anxieties about returning to college, and her excitement about creating her first short film. They also discuss the cons of using insurance to pay for therapy and the gripes of insurance making healthcare totally inaccessible.~Follow Alexis Salem!IG: @luv_lexicon~ Follow Michele Baci!IG: @michelebacicomedyTwitter: @michelebaciTikTok: @michelebacicomedyStandup Shows: https://linktr.ee/michelebaci ~ Follow Therapy Roulette!IG: @therapyroulettepodTwitter: @TherapyRouletteYouTube channel: Therapy Roulette ~ Theme music by Hannah FairchildSpotify: Hannah Vs. The Manyhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/5rlyuj1AOlLdLCV5MRFc9P?si=muDK4Rr3RXWMGhBCP0fQaw ~ Write a review! - ratethispodcast.com/therapySend us an email! - email@example.comSupport the show
Something's coming, something good…. it's our West Side Story deep dive! Every season we like to pick at least one feature film to dedicate an entire episode to. This week, we're discussing the 2021 remake of West Side Story. We cover some comparisons and context, what we did and didn't enjoy, and some key takeaways from our viewing experiences.Did we all love it? Do we all recommend it? Do any of us prefer the original 1961 release? Find out on this week's episode of Frameform. Mentioned in this episode:West Side Story (2021)Dir. Steven SpielbergChor. Justin Peck West Side Story (1961)Dir. Robert Wise & Jerome RobbinsChor. Jerome Robbins –ANNOUNCEMENT:Check out the International Screendance Calendar to browse a variety of opportunities including festivals, workshops, and residencies. This resource is updated regularly and is always open to contributors!–Do you have an event you'd like to share on the show? Submit your event announcement here!–Got a question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org–Instagram
Join Caitlin, Ira, and special guest Carly Monardo as they make their way across the Incan Empire with Mark Dindal's slapstick Disney feature, The Emperor's New Groove. Who are we kidding? This episode is really all about Sting and his Sweatbox. Be sure to check out Carly Monardo's animation, illustration, and podcasts.~Hosted by Caitlin Cadieux and Ira Marcks@feelingcartoons (Twitter)@feelingcartoons (Instagram)cartoonfeelings.com (Episode Archive)email@example.com (Write Us Feelings/Questions)
This week, Visual FX Producer Zach Hamelton joins the show to chat with Derek about what made him want to work in the film industry, the differences between "visible" and "invisible" effects, a day in the life of a Visual FX team, and his experiences working on "Star Trek: Picard" and "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds."Watch Live on YouTubeSubscribe to the show on LinktreeUse the code “FPPod” at checkout for 10% off your order at BrezCoffeeCo
Brothers Phil & Warren just don't get it while deep diving into the fantasy comedy classic, Penny Marshall's “Big”. Topics include: making the movie (4:30), stars of the picture (19:10), stats & accolades (30:50), best scenes & lines (38:05), Judge Bob's recasting court (58:20), and the film's legacy & lore (1:16:25), plus much more.
There are so many jobs in the realms of TV and Filmmaking that just don't get the appreciation that they deserve.On this episode we are diving behind the scenes on the hot new fantasy show that just hot Netflix this past Friday. We're talking with composer David Buckley and 'The Sandman'.From the warped mind of Neil Gaiman himself 'The Sandman' is pushing all kinds of genre boundaries making for something that many thought was unadaptable into the TV experience of the summer. As a composer we talked with David about when he tends to get involved in the creative process, how hands on he gets to be with the likes of Neil Gaiman some of the challenges of composing for film and TV along with so very much more....
Hello, Hello! In this episode of Indie Talk, Chris and Nick talk about the artists they thought would be more successful, how fake tv singing competitions are, how Joaquin Phoenix uses his asymmetry to his advantage, why we watch the movies that we watch, social engineering, the power of relational and comparative thinking, and the role random chance and stacked decks play in the success of an artist. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love The MAKE IT podcast is the platform for the Voice of the Filmmaker (https://www.bonsai.film/voiceofthefilmmaker) program, which is brought to you in partnership with Women in Film and Television, Nashville (a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization). The Voice of the Filmmaker program brings educational, inspirational, and aspirational content to the filmmaking community. All of the content we create is for filmmakers, by filmmakers. Through this partnership, we bring you the following podcast series: Filmmaker Conversations Indie Talks Industry Insights Mistakes in the Making Film Investment Series Our audience plays a crucial role in making this all happen through donations to this fantastic program. Donate Today! (https://www.bonsai.film/donate) Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to the MAKE IT Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. We're everywhere! You can find more info and a link to join our bi-weekly newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative. Thanks for listening and, as always, Be Better. Be Creative. Be Engaged. #MAKEIT
Kyle Philippi shares the amazing story of how Far-Flung Tin Can Ministries began and how the Lord gave him a burning desire to go to the most remote places of the world where the Gospel has never been reached! Kyle is the Executive Director of Far-Flung and an accomplished filmmaker. It all started with films and he continues to use cinematic tools to connect the mission field with the home front. Far-Flung also recently joined Catch The Fire! Far-Flung has a multitude of resources and ways people can connect to impact the mission field. Connect with Kyle and Far-Flung using the website URL below! https://farflungtincan.com/
Sometimes when you stare into the heart of darkness that can be the filmmaking process, it can on occasion stare back at you....On this very special episode we have a treat as look into the completion of story that has been decades in the making as 'He Dreams of Giants' is coming to VOD platforms tomorrow.15 years after Lost in La Mancha (2002), Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe come back to follow Terry Gilliam's new (successful) attempt at filming 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' (2018)..For anyone who is an honest to goodness cinephile these deep dives into the process with a self professed madman like Terry Gilliam have been equals parts joyous and sad to watch as we truly understand what the creative process can take out of people.In now the 3rd film that these filmmakers have followed Terry Gilliam down the rabbit hole we get something truly unique and special as we see the culmination of quite literally a life's work come to fruition.We had the pleasure of sitting with co-director Louis Pepe to talk about the journey of it all and so very much more....
Its the most raunchy and wild Frankenstein adaptation of all time from the great Frank Henenlotter and it's sponsored by executive producer Patron Joe Blair. Enjoy Frankenhooker, this week on a special bonus SHV
We're back for season 8! In this season we're talking Tim Burton. Best known for films such as Edward Scissorhands, Batman, Sweeney Todd, Mars Attacks and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Burton has carved himself a niche market of accessible gothic horror romance stories. In this two part episode we'll discuss his journey into becoming the film maker we know and love today.
Our special guest, legendary actor William B. Davis joins us to tell us all about his book, "On Acting ...and life". We talk about how he got started in the industry, how the industry has evolved over the years, his iconic role of "The Cigarette Smoking Man" on "The X-Files", and more! We then dive deep into his new novel, "On Acting ...and life". He shares with us where the inspiration for the book came from, why he felt it was the right time to write it and shares some invaluable advice for anybody wanting to break into the industry as an actor.
The Twin Cities are a hot spot in the Midwest for filmmaking and the home of many talented filmmakers. Our guest this week on Cinematic Heartland, Josh Scott Sibley, is another prime example of that. His journey started, as it does for many of us, with the original Star Wars. He tells us about his new short film to be released soon, The Wraith, which he wrote, directed, and produced and his feature film Not Bad for a Punk Band which is currently in pre-production. He co-wrote and was the assistant director for the film The Outcast which screened at the coveted Cannes Film Festival. Hear what his main filmmaker influences are as well as his advice for other Heartland filmmakers.
On this episode we're talking all about Disney's latest trailer for its upcoming "Rogue One" prequel series, "Andor", the backlash over Warner Bros. Discovery's decision to shelve its "Batgirl" film, Showtime's cancellation of "The First Lady", the latest addition to the cast of Universal's upcoming film, "The Exorcist", Jake Gyllenhaal's official casting in MGM's "Roadhouse" remake, Netflix's surprise cancellation of its series, "First Kill", and more!! Plus, our "Top 5 ___________"!. segment; this week it's Favorite Denzel Washington Films, and of course we have our box office results, and the IMDbPro Starmeter toppers!
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This week I chat with filmmaker and entrepreneur, Kevin Barber, about the ins and outs of thriving as a filmmaking in the current economic climate. He shares his filmmaker secrets of knowing who your dream clients really are, how to position yourself as the expert in your specific niche, and much more!Kevin's Website: https://kevinbarber.xyz7-Day CineRacing™ Challenge: http://www.cineracing.com"One Film Per Month" Challenge: http://www.filmmakingchallenge.comFREE Filmmaker Masterclass: http://www.chargeyourworth.comStorytelling Secrets: https://www.filmmakersecrets.com/storyFREE Shot List Template: https://www.filmmakersecrets.com/shotlistFilmmakers have the power to evoke emotion, inspire thought, and drive universal change in this world. Welcome to Filmmaker Secrets.Hit me up on...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/filmmaker.secretsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/filmmakersecretsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/filmmakersecrets?sub_confirmation=1TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@filmmakersecretsHomepage: https://www.filmmakersecrets.com
"Mija" follows talent manager Doris Muñoz and singer Jacks Haupt as they navigate the highs and lows of the music business. Filmmaker Isabel Castro captures them balancing family obligations while they forge their own identities.
It's the season finale of The Lensrentals Podcast! This week we're keeping it very informal. Joey, Roger, and Ryan are each bringing in a topic we haven't yet had time to cover in depth on the podcast before. The Lensrentals Podcast is a production of Lensrentals, founded by Roger Cicala. Our production staff includes Drew Cicala, Ryan Hill, Sarah McAlexander, SJ Smith, Julian Harper, John Tucker, and Zach Sutton. Other contributors include Roger Cicala, Joey Miller, Ally Aycock Patterson, Joshua Richardson, and Philip Robertson. Thanks to Jacques Granger for our theme song. Submit a topic idea, question or comment, leave us a voicemail at 901-609-LENS, or send us an email at email@example.com. Facebook YouTube Instagram TikTok Twitter Pinterest
"I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve." For Episode 225, Brandon and Thomas kick off their summer series by discussing Rob Reiner's Stand by Me. Listen as they talk about how the film made it to the big screen and how it is a perfect summer movie. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ONLY HUMAN was the winner of BEST FILM at the WILDsound Film Festival. Conversation with director Katerina Giannakopoulou and the creative team. Project Links: https://only-human.eu/ https://www.facebook.com/kate.giannak https://twitter.com/m4e_eV https://www.instagram.com/onlyhumandocumentary/ Director Statement The first episode of the documentary series “Only Human” introduces the moving stories of refugees. Their escape from their native countries, their journey to hope, through danger and desperation and their challenging start in an unfamiliar culture. When Germany opened its borders to refugees six years ago, the non-profit organization "music4everybody! e.V." initiated a series of musical projects with young refugees and native peers. These projects use art to create a safe space, where they could get closer and learn more about themselves and one another. With the guidance of professional coaches and social workers, these musicalprojects focus on building bridges between people from a variety of cultural backgrounds through the process of creating art together. The artistic modes of expression, such as singing, acting, and dancing, require a deep and trusting connection with oneself and others. Therefore, they are particularly powerful in building bridges between cultures and individuals. My collaboration as a multidisciplinary artist and director with music4everybody! started in 2014. Since then, I have contributed to more than 100 music theatre projects as a choreographer, coach, or director. It has been a privileg