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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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Cinematographer Jeffrey Jur chose the path of filmmaker not just as a job, but to put something out into the world that he finds personally wonderful and amazing. He sees filmmaking as a way to express what he says to the world visually and photographically. Jeff always tries to find projects that reflect a part of him and keep him creatively inspi…
 
When cinematographer Polly Morgan reads a script for the first time, she finds herself immersed in images. Her cinematography draws inspiration from art and art history and she finds visuals speak to her on a fundamental level.For A Quiet Place Part II, Polly knew it was important to reference Charlotte Bruus Christensen's previous work on A Quiet …
 
One of the most dynamic filmmakers working in the industry, Edgar Wright, is making a documentary about the band Sparks. All three are joining today to discuss this film, The Sparks Brothers! In this episode, we talk about… How Edgar Wright and Ron and Russell Mael (of Sparks) met over Twitter and ultimately decided to make a documentary about the …
 
As games go, chess is maybe not the most exciting thing to watch as a spectator. Its complexities make it difficult for non-experts to truly appreciate. And yet, in Netflix's limited series, "The Queen's Gambit," the filmmakers somehow manage to not only make it exciting, but downright riveting. How did they pull that off? Well, we recently sat dow…
 
The Film Look Podcast - 090 Logan Lucky Logan Lucky (2017) Two brothers attempt to pull off a heist during a NASCAR race in North Carolina. IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5439796/ Social Media Links YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/c/thefilmlook Website: thefilmlook.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheFilmLook Email: thefilmlook@gmail.com T…
 
The group is chatting about hot topics in the industry (and world), like safety and consent for sex scenes. In this episode, we talk about… How Nathalie Emmanuel from Game of Thrones recently stated that just because she was nude in the show doesn’t mean she would do it for other shows, and how this is opening up conversations about nudity in film.…
 
We're joined today by prolific showrunner and creator Neil Cross and re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor Ron Bochar to discuss their new series "The Mosquito Coast." The show tells the story of a grueling journey of a family on the run and it turns out the production was just as challenging. We discuss some of those challenges (and how th…
 
Chris and Mike talk about network-attached storage (NAS). Topics include multi-editor workflows, private clouds, network bandwidth requirements and more. A NAS isn't for everyone, but could it be right for you? Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)Videomaker Inc.
 
Hi everyone, today I'll be talking about how to fight depression as a photographer. No matter what field we are in, we all deal wih this. What special about being a photographer is that our profession can also serve as our outlet.Myron
 
In episode #43 host Brett Stanley chats with Hal Wells, safety diver and co-owner of Hollywood Divers. Hal shares with us his experiences working on film sets, how he plans for underwater productions, and what it’s like to deal with talent and crew under the water. They also discuss what it’s like being addicted to scuba diving, and how water peopl…
 
Is AMC taking over other chains good? Bad? And what does it mean for filmmakers and film lovers? In this episode, we talk about… AMC Entertainment recently sold $230 million in stock in order to go on a buying spree. How the stock market encourages huge corporations and doesn’t support smaller businesses, like independent movie theaters. Whether or…
 
For the Disney+ series WandaVision, cinematographer Jess Hall had the opportunity to create the most avant-garde looking project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Jess explored every era of sitcom television to create seven different looks for WandaVision, ranging from the 1950's all the way through the 2000's. Each episode's look came down to rese…
 
The Film Look Podcast - 089 Jaws Jaws (1975) When a killer shark unleashes chaos on a beach community, it's up to a local sheriff, a marine biologist, and an old seafarer to hunt the beast down. IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/ Social Media Links YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/c/thefilmlook Website: thefilmlook.com Patreon: https://www…
 
There are countless books, guides, and templates on writing screenplays - but how important are they? In this episode, we talk about… Guest Robert McKee, his background in both theatre and novels, and the role his books have played in the world of screenwriting. What makes writing exciting. Whether or not there are “rules” to good screenwriting. Th…
 
Hi everyone, in todays episode, We will be discussing does Photography/Videography Gear matter. In certain situations it does but in some doesn't. What is important is that the gear we use matter to us. We should not buy a camera or lighting equipment because someone said we should, we should only purchase it if it fit our needs. Hope you guys enjo…
 
Charles and Kath are back to chat about big news in mergers and acquisitions, HD in television, and their thoughts on the smartest first film industry job you could take. In this episode, we talk about… HBO Max is getting merged with Discovery - which is exciting for filmmakers because whatever name it ends up with, it will have a much bigger docum…
 
Special: The Cinematography Podcast- War Stories Vol. 6In our sixth War Stories Special, we feature twelve guest's harrowing, hilarious, heartbreaking or heartwarming stories they had while on set, or a formative career experience that led them to the film industry.Find full interviews with each of our featured guests in our archives!Cinematographe…
 
In a rare solo podcast, Chris talks about his experiences and impressions of the new Lumix GH5 II. The GH5 has been a long-time favorite of the Videomaker editors. Does its successor live up to the greatness of the original? Chris addresses that question and more. Check out our test footage here: https://www.videomaker.com/uncategorized/panasonic-l…
 
Besides "we'll fix it in post," perhaps the most common joke in film editing suites is, "the music will carry it." Meaning, a film almost always has the score to help with the emotional impact of any given moment. But what about films without a traditional score? That is the case with "The Killing of Two Lovers," a tense new indie drama from direct…
 
In episode #42, host Brett Stanley is joined by Antonio Lennert, life & business partner to Surf and Fine Art Photographer Lucas Murnaghan who tragically died in March this year of a rare cancer. As a way of memorialising Lucas they talk about his life and work, and how Antonio is keeping the memory alive by curating Lucas' images - a lot of it pre…
 
Charles and George are joined by filmmaker and writer Kath Tolentino today to chat about lots of topics like AAPI movies, seeking representation, and tech news. Today’s big topic is one that’s sure to benefit filmmakers starting out: budgeting for independent features. Give this episode a listen for guidance on your next Indie film’s budget! In thi…
 
The job of the assistant director is to work in concert with the director and the DP to get everything done on a movie set. As a 1st AD, Adam Somner is trusted by the industry's top directors to anticipate their needs, motivate the crew, figure out the schedule, and drive the entire production forward to finish each day on time. He finds the best w…
 
Testing out the yellow M1 iMac with Stephen Hacket Special Guest: Stephen Hackett. Sponsored By: Flipboard: Follow my curated news MixKit: Free assets for your next video project Links: M1 iMac for Photographers & Filmmakers - YouTube Links for this episode on FlipboardTyler Stalman
 
In 2021, it can be hard to figure out new ways to innovate on film, since it often feels like “it’s all been done before”. But today, we’re chatting with director Timur Bekmambetov, who found a new way to tell stories and is now deep in “screen life”, a new way of filmmaking that’s a great way to connect with younger audiences and push the boundari…
 
Charles Haine, a writer at No Film School, is joined by Editor-in-Chief George Edelman to chat about a fun assortment of topics like the Pacino-ing phenomenon, new products by tech company Atamos, and what’s going on with IMDB ratings! If you have concerns about how the dreaded algorithm is affecting your career, you’ll definitely want to check out…
 
Seamus McGarvey is drawn to character-driven stories and loves how the camera studies the face in a very particular way. Even when shooting action-packed shows such as The Nevers, Marvel's The Avengers, or the Oliver Stone film, World Trade Center, Seamus stays focused on the characters and uses a naturalistic approach to his composition.The Nevers…
 
Scott Glassgold is a Manager and Producer with well over a decade of experience. After getting his start at New Line Cinema and Disney, Scott Founded Ground Control, an innovative Management, and Production company. From there, he’s gone on to nurture several short films and initial ideas to final feature films – such as Prospect and The Beyond. Re…
 
The cult classic "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" came out just a little over ten years ago, and to celebrate the anniversary, the filmmakers (and Universal Pictures) decided to remaster the film in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for a theatrical and home video re-release this year. Dolby had the privilege of sitting down with the director, Edgar Wright…
 
Chris and Mike talk about different ways to make money on the video platform where most people lose their money and their time. Topics include advertising, brand deals, merchandise sales, affiliate revenue and more. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)Videomaker Inc.
 
In episode #41, host Brett Stanley chats with experimental photographer Barbara Cole. Barbara’s underwater work spans over 20 years and her approach to photography is akin to alchemy, where she pushes the boundaries of what can be done with the tools available – and even creating her own to accomplish the task. She’s had great success with vintage …
 
This week on the No Film School Podcast, after mourning the loss of the Arclight and Pacific Theaters, we now speculate on hopes for its survival. Also, we offer the secrets of keeping a franchise fresh and exciting after many sequels or reboots. In Tech News: FilmConvert releases new software to get your iPhone to match the look of high-end cinema…
 
Shooting and editing tips from the Corridor Crew's prolific vlogger, David Carmichael. Cameras, software, and Apple’s new AirTags. Watch the video Special Guest: David Carmichael. Sponsored By: Flipboard: Follow my curated news MixKit: Free assets for your next video projectTyler Stalman
 
Randy Thom feels it's important for the sound elements of a film to be present right from the start, at the script writing stage. Sound is an important tool for a filmmaker because it “sneaks into the side door to your brain” and enhances the emotional impact of the film. As George Lucas once told Randy, sound is 50% of the movie experience. After …
 
Channing Godfrey Peoples and Neil Creque Williams put everything on the line for a personal story, and it worked. How do you make the degree of difficulty even higher for a feature film debut? Channing and Neil found a way, but the commitment they had to the material, their faith in one another as sounding boards and creative visionaries helped the…
 
Hi everyone, Today we have Emily Rogala joining us on the Podcast. Emily is an amazing photographer from Metro Detroit. Today we will be talking about, finding yourself as a photographer, Using clothes as props, Investing in your future. This a special episode you do not want to miss!!!!!! her Social: IG: https://www.instagram.com/twolionsandawolf/…
 
The Film Look Podcast - 088 The Invisible Man The Invisible Man (2020) When Cecilia's abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see. IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/ Social Medi…
 
Lauren & Krista's review of Supernatural 1x03 - "Dead in the Water" ***Contains SPOILERS for later episodes*** - John's Journal Diary Entries - "Movin' On" by Bad Company - Kripke's original pitch --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monsteratendofpodcast/support
 
This week on the No Film School Podcast, we the low ratings of the Oscars -- and why it ain't just because of COVID. Also: Apple gets a class-action lawsuit filed against them for the misleading use of the word "BUY." For Ask No Film School, Katherine asks what the first steps should take are for producing an indie feature -- and some very useful t…
 
Dana Gonzales, ASC loves pushing himself to use creative lighting, lenses and camera moves to transport the audience into the story. While working on the mind-bendingly surreal television series Legion and the cinematic, character-driven crime stories of the series Fargo, Dana found a true creative home with producer and showrunner Noah Hawley. Wit…
 
The importance of the First Assistant Director can't be understated. They set the tone for the crew, keep the production on schedule, and are one of the closest allies of the director. And this is the role Hristo Dimitrov fills with ease. With films like Rambo: Last Blood, Hunter Killer, Paul, Apostle of Christ, and the recent Netflix original Conc…
 
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