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FSS 19: Lisa Van Buskirk & Madison's Haunted Oyster Bar + Ghost Hunt

Max & Scott chat with American Ghost Walks - Madison tour guide Lisa Van Buskirk on location at a haunted site... a former funeral home-turned high-end oyster bar.  After the chat they go on a paranormal investigation of the premises. ....

SWN Short Film Screenplay Competition

The SWN Screenplay Competition has some of the most respected judges in the industry. Enter your script and receive many of our submission benefits.SUBMISSION BENEFITSScreenwriters Network (SWN) are dedicated to supporting all contestants, rather than just the winners.For entering alone, you will receive all three of our submission benefits:- Every....

308: Sustaining a Producing Career with Andrew Carlberg!

Sorry for the delay but this week Liz and Alrik chat with Producer Andrew Carlberg, who talks about his process for getting a film made, how he chooses his projects and why he continues to work on short films after producing over a dozen feature films. We have never had a producer break down their proces....

Shot Caller & The Shawshank Redemption

This week, writer-director Ric Roman Waugh and producer Jonathan King discuss their new film, Shot Caller, followed by Oscar nominated writer Frank Darabont detailing the process behind adapting Stephen King’s novel turned award-winning iconic film, The Shawshank Redemption. Ric Roman Waugh has written....

Mission Log #13: The Conscience of the King | TOS

Is Kirk watching MacBeth? Or is he seeing a war criminal, believed to be dead for the past 20 years? The Mission Log’s the thing wherein we’ll examine “The Conscience of the King.”....

Did RED make a big mistake?

Mike and Chris finally got their hands on the RED Komodo, and there's a lot to discuss. In addition to picking apart the tech specs, the guys talk about what makes Komodo so interesting and compare it to similarly priced cameras on the market. ....

Beckett Director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino on Dodging Cliches

With apologies to Liam Neeson in Taken, the title character of the new Netflix thriller Beckett, played by John David Washington, is not a man with a very particular set of skills. And his lack of secret military training is essential to the story, says Beckett director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino. ....

Mission Log #12: The Menagerie Part 1&2 | TOS

The cast of Star Trek watches the original pilot for Star Trek. Loyalty, compassion and what might have been are examined as “The Menagerie” goes into the Mission Log.....

POP ART: Episode 44, Fast Times at Ridgemont Hight/The Last Picture Show

SCHOOL DAZED: “Aloha, Mr. Hand.” It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. No, actually, it was just the worst of times. The most nightmarish and traumatic years of our lives. A quagmire of debilitating despair sucking the life and soul out of us all. Or as it is more commonly called, high....

307: Acting, Filmmaking and Living the Artist's Life with Larry Fessenden!

This week Liz and Alrik welcome writer, director, producer and actor, Larry Fessenden on the show to talk about his latest role in the new film Jakob’s Wife. Larry talks about how he got the role in the film, how he treats his acting work differently than when he is behind the camera and we dive into h....

Down With the King is for Everyone Who Loves Film, Hip-Hop & the Outdoors

Down with the King tells the story of a very successful rapper named Money Merc (real-life rapper Freddie Gibbs), who goes into the mountains to complete his latest album. But as Down With the King director Diego Ongaro and cinematographer Daniel Vecchione explain in the new MovieMaker podcast, Merc....

Final Cut Pro vs Premiere Pro

Chris and Mike attempt to answer the question: which of these two editing software giants is best? Factors considered include price, buyer persona, technical and community support, release schedules, supporting software and personal preference. ....

POP ART: Episode 42, L.A. Confidential/Double Indemnity

NEW EPISODE: FATALE ATTRACTION “Wrapped up in tissue paper with pink ribbons on it”. Valentine’s Day is here. What better way to celebrate the holiday that with films that explore everything that makes Valentine’s great…murder, greed, corruption, adultery, and, yes, most important of all, femme fatales. Sounds like it....

AFF at Home: Dialogue

Because film and TV are such visual mediums, it’s easy to forget one of your most important storytelling tools: good dialogue. Most of us talk to people every day, so why is putting it on the page so difficult? This panel from 2017’s Austin Film Festival features Jason Fuchs (co-writer Wonder Woman), David Lowery (writer/director&n....

Mission Log 11: The Corbomite Maneuver |TOS

A scary looking alien gives the Enterprise a lot of grief, but Kirk has a way out. Going into the Mission Log, it’s “The Corbomite Maneuver”.....

Interview with Writer, Director, Actor, Brea Grant and her Horror-Thriller

Episode 394This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Actor Brea Grant. She is known as an actor with credits such as Dexter and Heroes (TV Series). They talk about that and her experience as a Writer/Director. Brea Grant is the Writer/Actor of the Horror/Thriller movie Lucky (2020), and wrote and Directed 12 Hour Shift (2020).....

Interview with Gary W. Goldstein - Pretty Woman, Under Siege, & Networking

Episode 393This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Gary W. Goldstein. Today's guest is a movie producer of well known films such as Pretty Woman (1990) and Under Siege (1992). Topics include how Gary W. Goldstein quit his career and moved to LA. He also gives great tips about networking that can be applied to any industry.....

World Cinema Milan

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