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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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Special: The Cinematography Podcast- War Stories Vol. 7In our seventh War Stories Special, we feature eleven 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!Both cinemat…
 
Geoffrey chats with Emmy award-winning cinematographer Michael Tushaus. They discuss how to utilize the camera to create a story visually and how a good screenplay can make a difference in that process. For all your screenwriting needs visit our website --> https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com/podcast…
 
Geoffrey chats with Saahil Bhargava about writing his latest music video, Kohima. This video is getting a lot of festival buzz around it as it has been nominated for Best Music video against such great artists as Paul Mccartney and Yo-Yo Ma. You can find more about Saahil and his music at https://www.saahilbhargava.com/ Don't forget to visit our we…
 
Logline: A family man is drafted to fight in a future war where the fate of humanity relies on his ability to confront the past. Available on Amazon Prime Geoffrey D. Calhoun and Story Analyst Kristy Leigh Lussier discuss this time-bending action movie with a heart. Visit https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com for everything and anything screenw…
 
There are multiple filmmakers on the podcast today who have lots of mic drop moments about these two new releases In this episode, we talk about… How M. Night Shyamalan’s movie Old is one of those rare films that can completely change your perspective on life and make you appreciate every moment. How Shyamalan worked with his cast to hone in on wha…
 
Chris and Mike talk about five overlooked filmmaking concepts. They discuss the four attributes of light, color, intensity, quality and direction. They talk about the 180-degree rule and eyelines, focusing on the second vs. third-person perspective and one-way vs two-way portal. They talk about how impactful the Kuleshov Effect is and finish up wit…
 
Geoffrey chats with screenwriter Kevin Kelton (Saturday Night Live, Night Court) about the uniqueness of writing a sitcom and creating meaningful characters. To learn more about Kevin and his Writing for Television Classes visit https://www.kevinkelton.com Don't forget to visit our website at for all your screenwriting needs at --> https://www.thes…
 
In episode #45 host Brett Stanley chats with Belgian underwater photographer Harry Fayt. Harry’s work is truly beautiful, with the worlds and concepts he creates below the surface, and his messages within each shot are very inspiring. We talk about how he creates these scenes in his local public pool, his love of cinema for inspiration, and how he’…
 
Logline: A film about Natasha Romanoff in her quests between the films Civil War and Infinity War. Available on Disney+ Geoffrey D. Calhoun and Story Analyst Kristy Leigh Lussier discuss this passing of the torch Marvel Blockbuster! Enter your screenplay for a chance to win a contract with a Hollywood Talent Manager at https://www.scriptsummit.com/…
 
In this episode, we talk about… How Chris Nolan and Zack Snyder have a heart-warming tradition of watching each other’s movies before release and not giving each other any notes. The difference between notes from people who just feel like they have to say something versus getting tactful and well-thought out notes at the right time in the process. …
 
Director of photography Jake Polonsky was a fan of the band Sparks for several years, a love he developed after seeing the band perform at a music festival. Jake had frequently worked with director Edgar Wright, shooting commercials and music videos in the early 2000's, and then as the second unit DP on Wright's movie, The World's End. Both Jake an…
 
New film Gunpowder Milkshake is a love letter to violence on screen, and the film’s director is here today to chat about the making of the movie! In this episode, we talk about… How Papushado got started and the combination of bravery and stupidity (his own words) that helped him get his first movie. Papushado’s influences and how they drive him cr…
 
How do I break into the film business? That is the number one question we get asked, so we figured maybe it was time to finally answer it. For the past few months, we've asked some of the top professionals in the fields of cinematography, animation, sound, producing, and directing how they got their start and the answers were surprising even to us!…
 
The Film Look Podcast -092 Into The Wild Into The Wild (2007) After graduating from Emory University, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandons his possessions, gives his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape…
 
Host George Edelman welcomes Ed Solomon to share how lessons from both success and failure—along with one wild night at an Alaskan Strip Club—have had a hand in shaping the writer he is today. In this episode, we talk about… How Ed’s high school experience inspired him to be a writer and why he tells himself he’s an imposter daily How shifting from…
 
Logline: A brood of fire-breathing dragons emerges from the earth and begins setting everything ablaze, establishing dominance over the planet. Available on Amazon Prime. Geoffrey D. Calhoun and Story Analyst Kristy Leigh Lussier discuss this action-packed post-apocalyptic dragon fest! Enter your screenplay for a chance to win a contract with a Hol…
 
As a filmmaker, director of photography Stuart Biddlecombe wants to visually put his ideas on screen, telling stories that he genuinely connects to with true creative collaborators who listen and contribute. When Stuart came aboard to shoot part of season three of The Handmaid's Tale, he knew he was taking on the mantle of what has become an iconic…
 
George chats with Ben Mankiewicz and Julie Salamon about their podcast The Plot Thickens, Julie’s book The Devil’s Candy is the best book on movie making.... ever? In this episode, we talk about… Details about the Plot Thickens Why they chose The Devil’s Candy for the podcast What everyone thought was going to happen during filming Bonfire of the V…
 
Chris and Nick engage in a wide-ranging discussion about TikTok's meteoric rise to success, its substantial differences from YouTube and which popular video-streaming platform new creators should focus on to build a following and (potentially) a career. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)Videomaker Inc.
 
Geoffrey chats about pursuing a career in writing for television with Hallie Lambert (The Expanse, CSI) and how to climb yourself up the ladder of success one rung at a time. For all your screenwriting needs visit our website --> https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com/podcastIFH Podcast Network
 
Charles, George, Jo, and Kath break down all things Blackmagic such as using the 6K Pro for a night walk and talk, clarifying misinformation about 12K, and also whether you should bother learning Fusion and Fairlight. In this episode, we talk about… Night walk and talks and why they’re more complicated than you think. Why shooting raw is important …
 
Alice Brooks grew up on Broadway musical theater and movies as a kid, and loves shooting music and dance oriented films and TV shows. Alice has always been in awe of dancers, and though she isn't a dancer herself, she is inspired by their work ethic and loves that she can capture dance with her camera.Working on In The Heights has fulfilled a lifel…
 
Guest David Stump has worked on some of the biggest visual effects movies as well as being at the forefront of the shift to the digital medium, helping to develop the tech being used by filmmakers today. In this episode, we talk about… How David Stump got his career started, what made him want to get into visual effects, and how he made his break i…
 
Adapting stage musicals for the cinema is an often tricky process and "In the Heights," the latest adaption from Broadway phenom Lin Manuel Miranda, was no different. Director Jon Chu certainly did not shy away from the epic scale of the theatre production, if anything he made it even grander, which (as you might've guessed) had a number of unique …
 
Geoffrey chats with Writer/Director/Instructor Matty Rich (Straight Out of Brooklyn) as he discusses his unique approach to screenwriting structure. Enter our huge giveaway and use the secret code mentioned in this episode for additional entries!!! Enter here --> https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com/podcast…
 
DP John Brawley drops wisdom from years in the trenches, plus insights into the development of Blackmagic Design. In this episode, we talk about… John Brawley’s career journey and how he was able to keep moving forward toward his goal of being a cinematographer, even while going through rough patches. The various jobs Brawley did in the film indust…
 
The Film Look Podcast - 091 The Wolf of Wall Street The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, from his rise to a wealthy stock-broker living the high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government. IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0993846/ Social Media Links YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com…
 
Logline: 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. Geoffrey D. Calhoun and Story Analyst Kristy Leigh Lussier discuss this topical and modern remake of a classic thrill…
 
In this episode, we talk about… How the British government has begun demanding data from streaming services about how many people are watching their shows. How the movie industry’s data - like box office numbers - has always been public, but streaming services have been very secretive about their data. How Netflix wants control over which of their …
 
Over his long career, cinematographer Dan Stoloff feels he's always learning as a DP. Every job, even if it seems small, is an opportunity to meet people and build relationships.Dan's latest project, The Boys season two on Amazon Prime, plays with the idea that superheroes in that world are actually just corrupt and possibly psychotic people with s…
 
While many topics seem off-limits for jokes these days, there is always value to poking fun at all the awful sides of human nature. Guest on the show John Lee created 'Wonder Showzen' to push boundaries and make people uncomfortable in an intelligent and meaningful way. He believes being political is a necessary part of being a creator. In this epi…
 
Mike and Chris talk all about camera movement. There's lots of debate on exactly how many camera moves there actually are, but the guys distill it all down to the 10 that will equip any video shooter with the skills they need to tackle everything a director throws at them. Support the show (http://www.videomaker.com/)…
 
Geoffrey chats with Vincent Imaoka (Pacific Rim: Black, Yasuke, Eagle Talon vs. DC Super Heroes) on writing for anime and the challenges it presents. Enter our huge giveaway and use the secret code mentioned in this episode for additional entries!!! Enter here --> https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com/podcast…
 
In episode #44 host Brett Stanley chats with Jamie Johnson, an underwater photographer better known by her artist name of Birdee. Jamie’s work has a rawness to it, and she captures the female form in a very real way. Through her images she examines themes of femininity, strength, and grace, as well as exploring the healing element of water. They ta…
 
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 …
 
Renny Harlin is one of the great action film directors who has had a huge influence on the genre and continues to have a lot of love and passion for his craft. He’s bringing that enthusiasm and lots of helpful insights to the conversation today. In this episode, we talk about… What made Renny Harlin decide he wanted to be a film director and his ea…
 
Tune in for some of the most exciting drone news in a while, plus discussions about a recent article exposing MoviePass and deep cuts by black filmmakers to honor Juneteenth. In this episode, we talk about… How MoviePass, for a while, was an amazing deal where you could see unlimited movies for one monthly fee. Venture Capital and how it factored i…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Geoffrey chats with Christopher Soren Kelly (Ink, The Tangle, Infinity Chamber) on his unique artistic approach to filmmaking. Check out The Tangle which is now available on Amazon. Enter our huge giveaway and use the secret code mentioned in this episode for additional entries!!! Enter here --> https://www.thesuccessfulscreenwriter.com/podcast…
 
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…
 
Logline: When the Davison family comes under attack during their wedding anniversary getaway, the gang of mysterious killers soon learns that one of the victims harbors a secret talent for fighting back. Available on Amazon Prime & Hulu. Geoffrey D. Calhoun and Story Analyst Kristy Leigh Lussier discuss wild zombie caper. Enter our huge giveaway an…
 
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.…
 
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 …
 
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