"Hey Indie Filmmakers" is a weekly podcast about DIY filmmaking, cameras and technology, hosted by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond and tech expert Nick Bodmer.
Indie Film Hustle is dedicated to showing you how to hack the film business. Interviews with Acadamy Award® / Oscar nominees and industry professionals giving you the real deal from the inside of independent film with no BS, just the truth on what it takes to survive and thrive doing what you love. We discuss cinematography, RED Camera, Arri Alexa, Blackmagic camera, post production, color grading, filmmaking, visual effects, motion graphics, film festivals, editing, film crews, directing, producing, film business, screenwriting, movie scripts, film distribution, film marketing, VOD, VHX, iTunes distribution, DIY filmmaking stuff, short films, feature films, video training courses, web series, independent film and much more in this podcast, all in an effort for you to survive and thrive in the jungles of the film business. Hosted by Alex Ferrari http://www.indiefilmhustle.com
A Student's Guide to the Fundamentals of Filmmaking
Just Shoot It is a podcast about directing, filmmaking and storytelling. Each week we interview your favorite up-and-coming directors, screenwriters, editors, cinematographers, and actors, and learn how they became successful, working content creators. We're all about getting off your butt and making your own videos. Each week we'll share tips and stories of how people in the entertainment industry forced their ways into sustainable careers. Matt Enlow is a director working in comedy. His website is www.mrmattenlow.com. Oren Kaplan is a director and VFX artist who has directed the theatrical feature, The Hammer, a Lifetime movie, and countless branded content videos. His website is www.orenfilm.com.
Your free online film school. Learn filmmaking from other independent filmmakers. We cover topics such as screenwriting, film finance, pre production, directing, film editing, marketing and much much more. Join us as we talk with filmmakers in all walks of life to first-time filmmakers outside of the Hollywood system, to Oscar Winners and Filmmakers who have worked for the Studio System.
Director Michael Winterbottom (A Mighty Heart, The Trip) discusses his new film. The Face of an Angel looks beyond the salacious headlines to explore both the media and the public’s obsession with violent stories, as a journalist and a documentary filmmaker chase the story of a murder and its prime suspect. Hosted by Dave Calhoun at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
Each week Dave interviews a working professional from the film & tv industry from Academy Award Winners to indie filmmakers just starting out, there's something in the podcast for everyone!
Director Michaël Roskam, writer Dennis Lehane, and actor Noomi Rapace talk about their new crime drama, The Drop. The film follows lonely bartender Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) through a covert scheme of funneling cash to local gangsters in the underworld of Brooklyn bars
Director Michael Rossato-Bennett and Dan Cohen, founder of Music Memory, talk about their film Alive Inside. This stirring documentary—winner of the Audience Award at Sundance—chronicles the astonishing experiences of memory-impaired individuals around the country who’ve been revitalized through the simple experience of listening to music.
Join director Spike Lee and actor John Cusack for a moderated discussion and audience Q&A about Chi-Raq. The film—a searing satire of America' gun culture—centers on a group of Chicago women who declare a war of the sexes after a young girl is killed by a stray bullet.
We're Timothy Plain and Alrik Bursell, filmmakers with experience as producers, writers and directors on both films and commercials. Between us, our movies have played at over 30 film festivals, received hundreds of thousands of views on-line, and we've raised more than $100,000 on Kickstarter. Every week, we sit down to a candid conversation about the joy and struggle of pursuing a career in film with the occasional guest giving us their point of view. We look for the answer to questions such as: "Do film festivals really matter?" "How do I make money with my films?" "Do I need an agent?" and "How do I get better at producing, writing and directing?"
Join Keanu Reeves for a discussion about his directorial debut, "Man of Tai Chi." Set in modern Beijing, the film, also starring Reeves, follows the spiritual journey of a young martial artist (played by Tiger Chen) whose unparalleled Tai Chi skills land him in a highly lucrative underworld fight club. As the fights intensify, so does his will to survive.