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A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
3 British Filmmakers try to learn from the pros by breaking down the elements that go into making a film. A light-hearted educational filmmaking podcast hosted by Richard Scott, Robert Carr, and Kristian Foreman. Each week they take it in turns to choose a film and dissect its filmmaking properties; delving into writing, directing, cinematography, art direction, special/visual effects, editing, sound design, and soundtrack. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-film-look/support
 
Reviews of each episode of the CW's, Supernatural. Now that Supernatural is over, let’s discuss each episode individually (plot; lore; character development; cinematography; literary devices; critiques; etc.), as well as how they relate to the story as a whole. Hosted by best friends, Lauren and Krista! WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS & EXPLICIT LANGUAGE Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monsteratendofpodcast/support
 
Back To The Podcast is a new and alternative look at all things to do with movies. Hosted by Byron and Bear, two huge movie lovers, in each episode we will discuss anything and everything about movies from 50 years ago up to the present day. We will also keep you up to date with whats worth keeping an eye out for in the not too distant future. Going in to details regarding everything from plot lines, to plot holes, actors and characterisation, score and sound, set design and cinematography. ...
 
On the show cinematographer, Carter Hewlett takes a holistic look at life as a working director of photography.Through conversations with directors, producers, DPs, actors, and everyone in between, you'll gain insight, knowledge, tricks, and tips on all things cinematography.Being a successful cinematographer is more than just the art, more than just the photography.Discussions about lighting, cameras, lenses, and photography are a given for any cinematography podcast. On this show, we aim t ...
 
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The film Settlers is a blend of science fiction and western, about a mother, father and little girl who have created a peaceful homestead on a desolate part of Mars until another band of colonists invade their land and take everything. The girl, Remmy, must grow up fast under difficult circumstances. Her only friend is a small non-verbal robot call…
 
There’s lots of important news in the film world this week that the gang is going to tackle and break down for you, many of which have implications for the future of the art of filmmaking. In this episode, we talk about... How Paramount is restructuring - the Chairman and CEO is being replaced. The new CEO has an interesting story, having ascended …
 
Alexandra Fehrman is the Emmy nominated Sound mixer of Amazon's 'THE BOYS'. Her work spans series and features with projects like Killer Joe and Wu-Tang: An American Saga. But what is a sound mixer, and what do all of the other departments inside the sound team do? Alexandra sheds light on that, plus some of her tricks for landing the sound for som…
 
Matt Yoka, director, producer and editor of Whirlybird discusses why he made a film centered on high-speed chases and the family behind this medium of reporting and filmmaking, and how he mastered zen and the art of movie marketing during lockdown. In this episode, we talk about… How Los Angeles Plays Itself sparked the creation of Whirlybird Focus…
 
Chris and Mike talk to the biggest vlogger around, Casey Neistat! Whenever you think of who is the biggest vlogger, you have to consider Casey Neistat. We talk to him about how he created his signature look and the path he had to take to become the biggest vlogger. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)…
 
What made Shang-Chi’s opening so successful and when’s the last time you played Dance Dance Revolution? In this episode, we talk about… “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”: 2nd biggest box office opening of the pandemic Preserving theatrical releases and “Petty” headlines Evolution of subtitles and reality of product placements in film budg…
 
Cinematographer Donald A. Morgan, ASC has won 10 Emmys and is nominated this year for three more for his work on Netflix's The Upshaws, Fox's Last Man Standing, and ABC's The Conners. Like a few cinematographers, Donald had some experience studying architecture in college, which enabled him to take two dimensional drawings and visualize them in thr…
 
Every once and awhile, a movie comes along that resonates and connects with people, becoming an instant classic. A screenwriter who makes multiple of these movies is even rarer, but Paul Schrader is one of those gems. In this episode, we talk about... The literary inspirations Paul drew from when creating the characters in his film Taxi Driver. Oth…
 
Should you be a writer’s room PA? What’s up with blockchain technology and what does it mean for Hollywood? Also, is it really okay to skip out on watching work you helped create but had no control over? In this episode, we talk about… Good deal or bad deal: Kath’s experience as a writer’s PA Lessons from the bad deals and the need for boundaries Q…
 
Director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom have worked together on Call Me By Your Name and Suspira. Ferdinando served as the second unit director on both films. Beckett is the second feature Ferdinando has written and directed. Sayombhu also shot Ferdinando's first feature, Antonia, and was Oscar-nominated for his …
 
How do you make a small budget seem large or few resources seem plentiful? That is what Ryan and Colin Levy discuss in this latest episode. Colin is no stranger to making an indie budget look like a Hollywood blockbuster. His short film, Skywatch stands shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the biggest films you've seen, all done with far fewer resourc…
 
Shawn Levy, director, co-writer, and producer of “Free Guy”, joins the show to discuss how to approach failure, humility and why you’ve got to really know yourself and see yourself to find the path that’s right for you. In this episode, we talk about… What led to Levy’s “Hollywood System Career” The power of seeing yourself with harsh clarity to tr…
 
We're in the middle of Apple's big mac transition, how's that going? Our go to productivity apps, everything wrong with Photoshop and what Final Cut Pro needs to do to survive. Sponsored By: CleanMyMac X: Your Mac. As good as new. Get 5% off today. Flipboard: Follow my curated news Links: Obsidian ScreenFlow Inoreader ReadKit Spark Mail Spark Mail …
 
Mike and Chris take a fresh look at the 'smartphone for video' debate. While the answer may seem self-evident, two filmmakers can quickly come to opposite conclusions. This episode's topics include the pros and cons of both opinions and why smartphones may overtake cinema cameras in the long run. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)…
 
Details about Adobe’s multibillion-dollar deal to acquire Frame.io and why film industry workers deserve the same care as free range chickens... In this episode, we talk about… Frame.io’s capabilities The growing reality of video being made by collaborative teams 3 reasons Frame.io is worth what Adobe paid for the acquisition A common love-hate rel…
 
When Mark Doering-Powell, ASC was hired as the DP of Freeform's grown-ish after season one, he knew the show had to expand the storylines of each character's college experience. He was excited to take more of an anthology approach to some of the episodes, and get creative shooting each chapter with multiple looks.A single camera half-hour comedy su…
 
Cinematographer Andrew Droz Palermo takes us through his collaboration with David Lowery on 'The Green Knight’ in today’s interview. In this episode, we talk about... Palermo’s previous work as both a director and director of production. How ‘The Green Knight’ came to be - it’s been a long process! Some of the really cool production elements in the…
 
Make sure you listen to the whole episode for a new segment that we’re debuting at the end. In this episode, we talk about... How toxic fandom has become incredibly common on the internet. Director Alan Taylor losing the will to direct due to the toxic fandom he has to deal with. Why it's good that more big name people call out online harassment an…
 
Our returning guest Checco Varese, ASC talks to The Cinepod about his latest work on the Amazon Prime show, THEM. As a trained architect, Checco finds some of the same techniques are useful in cinematography, such as understanding the use of space, flow, color, art and construction. Having spatial awareness as a cinematographer helps in understandi…
 
Amy Duddleston is the Emmy nominated editor of HBO's MARE OF EASTTOWN. Amy's work span decades and genres, culminating in a wellspring of wisdom and talent. From the shot-for-shot PSYCHO remake to the Tarantinoesque Amazon series HUNTERS, Amy consistently wields an incredible sense of pacing, story, and character. Today Ryan and Amy dive into Amy's…
 
Two of the film industry’s most prolific producers - John Davis and John Fox of Disney's Jungle Cruise - are giving us behind the scenes info and stories on many of the huge blockbusters they’ve been a part of. In this episode, we talk about... How these producers who work on movies with huge budgets and top stars still have to pitch their films an…
 
Chris and Mike tackle the common questions videographers have about copyright and how to keep your video safe and protected from legal threats. They talk about how to legally use music, images and video clips you don't own, how to copyright your videos and much more. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)…
 
The Cinematography Podcast Special Episode: A tribute to cinematographer Dan KneeceWe were incredibly saddened by the loss of cinematographer and Steadicam expert Dan Kneece. He was a friend and previous guest of The Cinematography Podcast. Here we have re-posted his 2018 episode in memorial and tribute to his long career.Dan Kneece spent nearly 3 …
 
Today’s episode covers a range of film current event topics and some important food for thought for your film career. In this episode, we talk about... James Gunn’s use of a hot take about his new The Suicide Squad as a marketing tactic and (differing) opinions about whether or not it was ok to do. General thoughts about filmmakers criticizing each…
 
Cinematographer Flavio Labiano doesn't consider himself an artist with a capital “A” but more of a craftsperson. To him, cinematography is a craft that you learn by making mistakes and taking risks, like any other craft that you hone and improve over time.On Disney's Jungle Cruise, Flavio found the planning and pre-production stages of the huge-sca…
 
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The DP of In the Heights, Alice Brooks, is chatting today about all the things that make this new movie musical so special. In this episode, we talk about... How Alice got the job on In the Heights and her longtime love for musicals. How Alice prepared and gathered inspiration or In the Heights, having not seen it on stage. Some of the amazing film…
 
The Film Look Podcast - 093 School of Rock School of Rock (2007) After being kicked out of his rock band, Dewey Finn becomes a substitute teacher of an uptight elementary private school, only to try and turn his class into a rock band. IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0332379/ Social Media Links YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/c/thefilmlook Webs…
 
George, Todd, Kath and Charles discuss the drama surrounding Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney, Amanda Knox and the burden filmmakers have for research and talking to sources, how deep fakes have led to legit jobs and some exciting tech news! In this episode, we talk about… Details about Scarlett Johansson’s contract for Black Widow and w…
 
In the film The Evening Hour, director Braden King wanted to immerse the viewer in a fully formed world, with spare dialog and little exposition. This approach appealed to cinematographer Declan Quinn, ASC. With such little dialog, Declan paid close attention to finding the right camera placement, how each scene was composed and how the images told…
 
Many Americans grew up with the idea that there is a set career ladder that they can climb if they work hard enough - but unfortunately, it doesn’t quite work this way in the film industry. In this episode, we talk about... Whether or not Hollywood has a career ladder, whether the way the system currently works makes it impossible to move up in the…
 
The new movie 'Stillwater' is a tour-de-force and we are joined by writer/director Tom McCarthy as well as his co-writers. Later on, we also talk to the writer/director of 'Let Us In', Craig Moss. In this episode, we talk about... How the team for Stillwater decided which elements of the plot to reveal to the audience and when to create an aura of …
 
One of Adam Bricker's favorite things about being a cinematographer is the opportunity to collaborate with different filmmakers, try something new and make each project the best it can be. His most recent project is the HBO Max comedy series Hacks, which just earned him an Emmy nomination for best cinematography. Adam was given the scripts for the …
 
Writer/director Edson Oda's first feature NINE DAYS premiered at Sundance 2020, where it won the Screenwriting Award and was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. A dream come true for a first-time filmmaker, right? The film, which is about social isolation and deep reflection on the meaning of life, was all set to debut theatrically later that year……
 
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