Filmmakers Podcast

By Moviola

About this podcast   English    United States

A weekly in-depth conversation with digital filmmakers covering topics related to pre-production, production and post. We talk workflows, HD, 3D, Stereography, Final Cut, Avid, Compositing, plus much more! All of our guests are presenters from our digital filmmaking webinars at Moviola.com.
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Filmmakers Podcast

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March 1, 2017
Editor Joanne de Tora came up the ranks of the post production world, starting first as a PA at MTV and eventually finding her niche in gameshow editing. Joanne shares how she got her start and how things have evolved over her 25 year career in Hollywood.
March 1, 2017
Sidney Wolinski, has a great respect for Directors in filmmaking and draws much of his influence from those he has worked for. Wolinski is an established editor that has worked on such beloved shows as The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire, Sons of Anarchy and The Strain.
March 1, 2017
Gary J. Tunnicliffe started in the United Kingdom as a Special Effects Makeup Artist and has worked on legendary horror films including Hellraiser (1987). Tunnicliffe specializes in special effects makeup. In this interview he talks about his techniques, the effects of CGI on the special effects makeup industry, and the importance of working cohesively with your production team. Tunnicliffe also shows viewers how he creates a character out of specialty materials. Watch his unique interview to find out how he got to where he is today.
March 1, 2017
Listen as film and television actor, Matt Del Negro, discusses his 18-year career on the screen. He discusses auditioning techniques, his approach to acting, and his experience as a member on The Sopranos. Del Negro says that every actor should be aware the the ups and downs inherent in pursing their passion.
March 1, 2017
Listen as Editor Michael Sale discusses his work on the movie Tammy (2014) staring Melissa McCarthy. Sale mentions the importance of looking at your work with new eyes and through a constantly evolving lens. He says that by teaching he has been able to keep up with new technologies, allowing him to stay competitive and confident when using new editing softwares. Meet Brian Olds, additional editor of Tammy (2014). Olds discusses the complexity of working on comedy films and the importance of taking every opportunity available to gain new skill.
March 1, 2017
Paul Hirsch, an Academy Award winning editor, has worked on films such as Mission: Impossible, Ray and Star Wars. Hirsch talks about his film influences and his experiences in the editing room. He is most well known for his work on the original Star Wars. Listen to this interview to gain insight on his editing process and his experience working with George Lucas.
March 1, 2017
Meet Gary Goldman! Gary has worked as an Assistant Director and Director on successful shows such as Entourage and Shameless. In this interview, Gary talks about the managerial duties of an Assistant Director and his key responsibilities in delivering entertaining television. Listen to Gary as he talks about his start in the industry, his passion for his work, and his advice for aspiring filmmakers!
March 1, 2017
Director Steve Anderson and DP Patrick Meade Jones discuss the making of This Last Lonely Place (2014). The film is a twisted, noir-drenched drive through the dark streets and back alleys of Los Angeles. The film was produced by Santana Films, and backed by the Humphrey Bogart Estate. Tune in to this interview to see how independent Director Steven Anderson and DP Patrick Meade Jones brought this film and other independent films to life. How We Make Movies is produced by the LA film collective We Make Movies (http://wemakemovies.org). Founded in 2009, this growing community of filmmakers from Hollywood to Toronto dedicated to empowering each other to make movies on their own terms.
March 1, 2017
Jump into this interview with Actor Nicolas Cage and Director David Gordon Green as they discuss their work in the dramatic film Joe (2013). Joe is a film staring actor Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan. The story follows the unlikely relationship between of an ex-con and a 15-year-old boy. Cage talks about his process of creating and committing to his character, and working with Green. Director, David Gordon Green, discusses his adaptation of the novel, and the process of creating a film embedded with both wisdom and youth. Watch this stimulating interview to learn more about the artists behind and in front of the camera.
March 1, 2017
In this interview Kirk Baxter explores his editing work in Gone Girl. Gone Girl, a film adaptation from the acclaimed novel, is a crime thriller set in a small town. The mystery begins when Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) realizes his wife (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing. The story slowly falls apart as Nick finds himself the main suspect of his wife’s murder investigation. Editor, Kirk Baxter, discusses his method for storytelling and his work with Director David Fincher.

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