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One on one chats with filmmakers about commercials by the filmmakers and creatives that make them. Hosted by filmmaker Jordan Brady, director of over 1200 commercials, 4 feature films, 3 full-length documentaries and one Netflix special. Jordan is the Founder of Commercial Directing Film School.
 
You spend a quarter of your life at work. You should enjoy it! Organizational psychologist Adam Grant takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most unusual professionals to discover the keys to a better work life. From learning how to love your rivals to harnessing the power of frustration, one thing’s for sure: You’ll never see your job the same way again. Produced in partnership with Transmitter Media.
 
Truce is a history podcast about the Christian Church, from pyramid schemes to political campaigns. Is the US a Christian nation? Why do some Christians like Donald Trump? Season three explores how the rise of communism and socialism in Russia changed the American Christian Church. Podcast Magazine says Truce is, "reminiscent of Malcolm Gladwell". Truce is hosted by Chris Staron, writer/ director of the films "Bringing up Bobby" and "Between the Walls", and author of "Cradle Robber".
 
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S7 Founder Sahir Champion is Producer, Director that started out as an Editor. (You’ll hear the Jake Scott story in the chat. Spoiler alert – it features a giant tampon.) So you can correctly surmise Sahir is an expert at delivery in every step in the production process. Client list includes high profile advertising agencies, record labels, product…
 
We're back soon with new episodes of Taken for Granted, but for now, here's a TED Talk Adam gave recently. Have you found yourself staying up late, joylessly bingeing TV shows and doomscrolling through the news, or simply navigating your day uninspired and aimless? Chances are you're languishing—a psychic malaise that has become all too common afte…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast The British slave trade had several well-known opponents: William Wilberforce and John Newton (who wrote "Amazing Grace") to name a few. But historian Adam Hochschild ("King Leopold's Ghost", "To End All Wars") argues that history …
 
Actor Malcolm Farrell and I did a shoot in Texas for TxTag, and his wit and comic timing made the spot sing! When he told me about how he landed this gig for Main Event (think Dave & Busters meets ESPN) I said come on the podcast and tell us. Spoiler alert – he stole every part. He has been steadily building……
 
Steven Sills is the intrepid Head of Production at kaboom productions —a role to which he brought 16 years of national and international production experience working for such companies as Furlined and Headquarters. As a highly skilled producer across numerous platforms, steven plays a central role in kaboom’s many productions, serving both as HOP …
 
After years as an award-winning creative director and agency owner, Bart Cleveland realized a need to help people succeed in the advertising industry required more than academic programs. Today, those who have used JPL are working at some of the industry’s most respected agencies. Bart is a frequent speaker at SXSW, BOLO, Ad Age’s Small Agency Conf…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Multi-level marketing companies have many similarities to cults: They tend to have strong authoritarian leaders They expect you to believe their philosophy They separate you from your loved ones and people who question the MLM They…
 
Director Mark Celentano loves to direct national and international advertising campaigns for the world’s largest and most successful brands. I really enjoyed talking shoppe with him and admire his work ethic and commitment towards our business. We bid on the same gig for ECD Tina Tackett of Loomis Agency, also a podcast alumni and Mark won that cam…
 
Director Mike Greenberg – of his own Konspiracy Films – makes great spots. Mike joins me to talk directing and his new Bolt Jr+ Cinema Robot. Fun fact: Mike is a Commercial Directing Bootcamp alumni. Check out Mike’s showreel then explore his site by clicking his name. And if you like soccer and sports and filming sports, scroll down to “Finding Fo…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a relatively new invention. It was created when a failed vitamin salesman named Carl Rehnborg was out of options. So his wife suggested that he attend a rally by Dale Carnegie, author of "How to Win F…
 
Video Director Kyle Sauer directs commercials and fun stuff that will hypnotize you for hours. And he works globally on music videos, experimental campaigns, motion portrait photography + GIFs, animations, and as mentioned those traditional broadcast commercials. Check out his site and spots we talk about, including these below: Join Jake Brady’s P…
 
My friend & renowned Commercial Director Norry Niven returns to chat about his hit documentary, “Get Back Up.” Film Threat says, “Director Norry Niven captures all of the highs, lows, near-death experiences, torment, and the road to recovery in intimate and powerful detail in Get Back Up. ” Watch the movie wherever you watch stuff or be like me and…
 
Commercial Director Don Cherel is a talented, funny spot helmer I got to talk shop with. We go deep in the weeds folks. You’ll love this chat. His DCP Productions is a dream come true and after listening, you’ll know why. Check out his spots by clicking his name. I love this behind the scenes of his Geico spots and many that……
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast What is multi-level marketing? It is a very popular business model that targets Christians and other people of faith. But… it is almost guaranteed to fail. Because MLM’s and direct sales companies are not designed to sell a product…
 
Commercial Director Phil Brown started as an agency creative but soon transitioned to spot helmer in-demand. Over the years Phil has garnered many awards, too many to mention in a tiny blog. He has worked for many clients including VW, Ford, KIA, Samsung, Coors, IKEA, Wind, Bell, Verizon, Budweiser, Blue Cross Blue Shield, GE and more. Click Phil’s…
 
Randy Belcher, Exec Creative Director at Strategic America, is best known in advertising circles as the co-creator of the Geico Gecko from his days at the Martin Agency. Randy and I did some fun work years after that for Cox Cable and more. Enjoy this chat and hear the perspective from a seasoned creative. Here’s a of the spots I did with Randy, fo…
 
Our Respect The Process podcast turns 400 with this special episode. The show’s audio editor Jake Brady and I asked each other 5 questions about doing this show for you all. By the way please follow Jake for interview snippets every week, we call them podsnacks. We ask each other what we like, how we do our jobs, favorite episodes,……
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast So many Christians are angry at the Church. Not just the Church but their local churches as well. Producer Chris Staron decided to take a look inside one small congregation to see how Black Lives Matter, COVID, the 2020 Presidentia…
 
Ultra running legend, Malcolm Law joins the podcast to talk about all things trail and ultra running. Undoubtedly one of the most inspiring and storied ultra runners in the world, Malcolm is now turning his creative and somewhat devious mind to developing 'The Wild' - one of the hardest and most beautiful 100 mile ultras in the world. Malcolm also …
 
I’m a sucker for a funny, indie buddy comedy, and John Carlucci and Brandon LaGanke’s co-directorial effort, “Drunk Bus” delivers. Watch it on iTunes. Jake Brady’s Patreon! is awesome. A mere $2/month gets you BONUS content not heard in the show!! Get a $75 discount on Masterclass, free T-shirt and consultation calls w me, go to https://www.patreon…
 
Filmmaker Frank Armendarez is a writer, director, and editor with my pals at Crown Chimp. Frank got his big break into show business as a PA on the set of fitness infomercials, but parlayed that into a solid career writing, editing and directing. This interview is inspiring – nothing makes me happier than chatting with a director knowing the path t…
 
The exciting conclusion to my conversation with Filmmaker Alice Gu. Alice began her career as a Director of Photography, working with renowned directors Werner Herzog, Stacy Peralta, and Rory Kennedy, among others. She was cinematographer on Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton, a documentary directed by Academy Award-nominated director Rory…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Truce usually uses research, music, sound effects, and expert interviews to tell complicated stories about the Christian Church. We've made something like 100 episodes! Our listeners recommended that we celebrate by asking Chris qu…
 
Director Alice Gu began her career as a Director of Photography, working with renowned directors Werner Herzog, Stacy Peralta, and Rory Kennedy, among others. She was cinematographer on Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton, a documentary directed by Academy Award-nominated director Rory Kennedy. The Donut King is Alice’s feature directorial …
 
People are finally paying attention to mental health at work, but some major myths are holding us back. Adam breaks down what we get wrong about mental health at work, what individuals and organizations can do to start getting it right, and why we all need compassion more than empathy. Thanks to our guests Demar Derozan, Sally Maitlis, Darlene Upto…
 
Sonja Jansen returns to the podcast after her blistering world class run at the 2021 Adelaide 24 hour where she covered more than 233km for a huge outright win, female course record and fell just 5km short of the national record. Listen in as we discuss the last few months of her incredible running career and find out what it takes to run with such…
 
Laurence Shanet is an award-winning director, writer, and creative director who got his start in the advertising world working for some of the world’s most prestigious ad agencies before embarking on his directorial career. He is a past winner of the Young Director Award at Cannes, was listed among the industry’s Top 10 “Directors to Watch”, and ha…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Jackson, Wyoming is a small tourist town in the middle of nowhere. It is just a few miles south of Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone. Millions of people pass through each year as tourists. It's a vacation hotspot. But for t…
 
Are you afraid to share bad news, ask for help, or admit you were wrong? These are signs of being in a psychologically unsafe work environment. Adam breaks down the importance of psychological safety in preventing errors and promoting innovation and inclusion, and examines what it takes to build a culture of voice rather than silence. Thanks to gue…
 
The exciting conclusion to my interview with Commercial Director Wayne Craig is here. Thanks Jake Brady for covering me with the intro, as I’ve been shooting Kaiser Permanente Thrive all week. See more of Wayne’s work when click his name. Jake Brady’s Patreon! is awesome. A mere $2/month gets you BONUS content not heard in the show!! Get a $75 disc…
 
Director Wayne Craig began working in the commercial industry at the bottom. ‘He was one hell of a P.A.” The one major advantage it gave him was that it allowed him to work with some of the best directors in the world during the late 80’s and early 90’s. Finally after shooting two spec spots Wayne got the chance to……
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast An ad went out this week for an inappropriate Netflix show. Chris addresses the issue, the solution, and the ever-changing media landscape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Some of the wealthiest people in the world live (or pretend to live) in Jackson, Wyoming. That includes some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Digging into the property tax records, we discovered that one of the most successful ac…
 
Associate Creative Director & Copywriter Aaron Catheyis back for Part II and the exciting conclusion! Aaron is an award-winning copywriter now cranking out fun work at Highdive. He’s put his strategic thinking and creativity to work for brands like Hotels.com (Captain Obvious) Microsoft, Molson Coors, Charles Schwab, Wingstop, Spirit Airlines, Grou…
 
In a world obsessed with efficiency, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash Broadway hits Hamilton and In the Heights began with idle curiosity. Adam interviews Lin together with his father, Luis, about finding harmony between creativity and productivity—and rhythm between work and life. They discuss what motivated Lin to take a big risk on the biggest stage o…
 
Associate Creative Director & Copywriter Aaron Cathey returns to the podcast! Aaron is an award-winning copywriter now cranking out fun work at Highdive. He’s put his strategic thinking and creativity to work for brands like Hotels.com (Captain Obvious) Microsoft, Molson Coors, Charles Schwab, Wingstop, Spirit Airlines, Groupon and Applebee’s and m…
 
In this special episode I catch up with two of my athletes, Matthew and Tamas after they recently completed the monumental Irrational S.O.U.T.H 200 miler. Both men ran, walked and crawled from Murray Bridge to Clare in South Australia in cold wet conditions over 320 kilometres. In this coaching catch-up, we discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast The myth of the American cowboy features a lone man who makes his fortune on the open plains. He doesn't need the government, and he doesn't need some big corporation telling him what to do. But that myth is far from the reality in…
 
Do you pay attention to your attention? John Green is the beloved author of The Fault In Our Stars, and when he started tracking his attention, he realized he was obsessed with evaluating human progress. He decided to start rating everything—from the capacity for human wonder to Canadian geese—on a five-point scale. In this deeply thoughtful conver…
 
Filmmaker Brad Hasse has a sweet, funny new film that I love called “Songs For A Sloth” out now. Watch it on Apple TV or anywhere and listen to this chat about how he made it on a micro budget. Brad was first on the podcast in 2015 and we’re celebrating the film with him. Give it 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes please. Bravo……
 
Christine Chen is back for part two. This prolific film producer, director and co-author of Get Reelisms also has wrapped principle photography on “Erzulie” her first feature. I know cuz I follow her on the ‘grams here. Bravo Christine and the team! Check out Jake Brady’s Patreon! A mere $2/month gets you BONUS content not heard in the show!! Get a…
 
Criticism rarely comes wrapped in a shiny gift box, tied with a bow. As a trailblazing leader, one of Mellody Hobson’s gifts is finding the diamond in the rough. She and Adam unpack how to look for the grain of truth in any critique, when to discount feedback, and what it takes to be honest without being brutal. Find the full text transcript at go.…
 
Christine Chen is a prolific film producer, director and co-author of Get Reelisms. I recommend this book for anyone starting out on set. It’s all the filmmaking lingo, some even new to me. Christine’s work incorporates her perspectives from growing up as a first generation Asian-American in Colorado and from coming of age within a culture dominate…
 
It’s been 25 years since the concept of emotional intelligence exploded onto the scene. Cultural critic Merve Emre makes a bold case that in the wrong hands, it can be used to exploit people. We unpack the surprising roots of emotional intelligence, how it’s been co-opted as a form of corporate control, and why you might want to rethink some of you…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast What do you think of when you picture a cowboy? A rugged, handsome individual? A lover? Someone who doesn't need the government's help? Evangelicalism has long pushed this as the ideal model for the Christian man. What is the impac…
 
Dan Sorgen (ACD/CD/Copywriter at Saatchi LA) turns the tables and asks me questions as well as reveals the secrets to the conference call I did with him and the Toyota Team at Saatchi. This is Part 2 of our great chat. He is also the Founder of SpecBank, a source for agency scripts you can make for your reel. Directors, listen up!……
 
“I can’t do this.” “I didn’t deserve this promotion.” “When will they find me out?” If you’ve had thoughts like these, you aren’t alone. Nearly 70% of people have experienced imposter syndrome—even some of the most successful ones! The difference is in how they can use imposter thoughts as fuel, rather than a fire to burn them out. Adam shares thre…
 
Dan Sorgen is an ACD/CD/Copywriter that’s overseen brand launches for billion-dollar companies, taught ad school classes, led multiple creative teams, won new business, won awards, won a wife, worked with a lot of really smart people, dinged the culture a few times, and never returned to NY in the winter. He is also the Founder of SpecBank, a sourc…
 
Become a patron of the show and help me make even more great episodes! Donate by visiting www.patreon.com/trucepodcast Christians throughout history have responded to politics in different ways. In our modern era, it can seem like Christianity and Republican politics are one and the same. But what do we do when the Bible clashes with our political …
 
Workers are now expecting more from their employers beyond a paycheck and benefits. Employees want an employer who lines up with their values outside of work and stands up in the name of justice. And when they don’t, employees are becoming more active about asking their companies to cancel partnerships or are walking out in protest--as we’ve seen w…
 
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