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This is Kodak’s podcast where we talk to creative people about their contributions to film, art and analog culture. We dig deep with our guests and find out what it really takes to bring a creative vision to life. Listen to these inspiring conversations.
 
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This week we're talking with filmmaker Andy Dunn and curator Carrie Scott about a phenomenal photographer that you might not know about: Harold Feinstein. Harold began shoot in the '40s and his images are as powerful today as they were back then. We talk about what place his photography has in history and how Andy and Carrie have both been instrume…
 
This week we’re joined by Jason Filmore Sondock and Simon Davis- two directors that work together under the name Rubberband. Their collective creativity has done work for Reebok, Moncler, Nowness and Calvin Klein. They’ve shot music videos for artists like Goldlink, ZHU and LCD Soundsystem. Listen in to learn why they shoot predominately on film an…
 
This week we’re joined by Scott Pukos, PR and Social Media Coordinator for The Little Theatre. This five screen theater has been showing independent films in the Rochester, NY community for 90 years. In this special, live episode, we talk with Scott about the history of the The Little, what role the theater has today, about continuing to project on…
 
This week we’re happy to welcome Levi Bettwieser, founder of The Rescued Film Project. Levi takes undeveloped rolls of film that either he finds, or someone donates, that would have otherwise been forgotten, and develops them at home- giving them that final step that they always deserved. He talks with us about what sorts of photos he’s found, why …
 
In this episode we’re talking to filmmaker Britton Caillouette. He’s worked with a great list of clients like Patagonia, Ford, Coors and most recently Stumptown Coffee Roasters for a film called Wax & Gold. We narrow in on that project in particular, breaking down the film format and stock choices and how they played a role in telling the narrative…
 
While shooting their own photography work, Brian and Brandon Wright discovered that they loved the look that motion picture film offered and set off to be able to get that look in their still photography. So, since they had figured out how to hand roll 35 mm motion picture film into normal 35mm still film cassettes, they started shooting with it. B…
 
We’re talking with filmmaker Jess Kohl this week. Jess recently directed a documentary series highlighting three artists and their individual creative processes in a campaign called "Make it Anyway" for a company called VSCO. You’ll learn a bit about how the project came to be, the workflow of using film for this project and how she works to stand …
 
This week we’re pleased to introduce Virgil Cardamone, co-owner of The Mahoning Drive-In Theater in Lehighton, PA. The Mahoning is proud to be the only drive-In to play exclusively 35mm film, and does so on the original projector from when the theater first opened in 1949. Listen in to hear Virgil’s passion for Drive-Ins and why it’s a place you’ll…
 
This week, Stephen Schaub joined us in The Kodakery. Stephen is an inventive photographer who doesn’t let existing cameras or processes hinder his expression. He tinkers, modifies, tweaks until he’s able to express himself in the best way he can. He talks with us about how he makes his multiple exposure work, about printing on unique paper and what…
 
Here on the The Kodakery, almost every guest we talk to works on a craft passionately, whether it’s photography, cinematography, directing or typeface artistry. And this week’s guest, Charles Bieler, is no exception – he’s a winemaker. Twenty years ago, he began a tour in a pink Cadillac to spread the word about the rosé his family had been making.…
 
Cole Rise is our guest this week. Cole is a photographer so naturally we wanted to talk with him, but more than that he is a maker who has dabbled in a bit of everything, including re-manufacturing film cameras that were taken into space. Cole takes us on this hands on journey with him and we learn about space photography and the challenges he's ta…
 
This week we're joined by Salomon Ligthelm. Salomon is a multi-disciplinary director who has shot music videos for Young Fathers, The Weeknd, Daughter, Prince he's done commercials for Fox Sports, Puma, S7 and he also has an incredible body of personal work. On this episode you'll hear about his creative process, how he comes up with ideas, and why…
 
Joining us this week is Alex Ross Perry, a director and writer who is so steadily himself, it’s refreshing. We spent a good amount of time discussing his latest film, Her Smell and all of its intricacies. This was Alex’s second time on the podcast and we welcomed again his unique perspective as a filmmaker and story teller."Her Smell" Trailer: http…
 
This week we are joined by photographer and historic process specialist, Nick Brandreth. Nick has an incredible wealth of knowledge related to photography. He gives us a history lesson on photography and he breaks down how to make your own emulsion. We also discuss his upcoming gallery show in which he used his own emulsions to create dry plate pho…
 
Joining us this week is filmmaker Mark Jenkin. In his latest film, Bait, two Cornish fisherman grapple with the influx of tourism in their own ways as we’re all taken on a hypnotic ride. Mark shot this film on a Bolex camera with 16 mm black and white film and hand processed the film himself. We discussed how these decisions and others played criti…
 
This week we talk with Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed, the founders of Standards Manual. Graphic designers by trade, Hamish and Jesse ventured into the world of independent publishing with their release of the iconic NYC Transit Authority 1970’s design guidelines as a book on Kickstarter. You’ll learn all about how it all came to be, what projects fol…
 
We're joined this week by Kristin Texeira. Kristin takes her skills as a trained painter to preserve her memories in the form of abstract painting. She tells us about how she gets from experience to a final piece and how color plays a crucial role in the process. http://www.kristintexeira.com/http://www.stephaniechefas.com/upcoming…
 
This week we’re talking with documentary photographer Richard Beaven, who visited us in the studio to talk about his latest project, "All of Us," a collection of 275 individual portraits. You'll learn all about how it came together as well as a discussion about the trust it takes to have someone photograph you and how Richard’s attention to this de…
 
Joining us this week is director and filmmaker, Emma Holly Jones. She’s recently put out a short film, “Mr. Malcolm’s List” so we grabbed some time with her to talk about the project, what it was like shooting on film for the first time and how she got from screen play to on screen. www.emmahollyjones.com…
 
Joining us this week is Nicole Taylor, the darkroom operator at Third Man Photo Studio, in Nashville, TN. Hidden behind the walls of the Blue Room at Jack White’s Third Man Records, this lab which opened in October of 2018, offers small batch film processing that you can hand deliver or mail in. Nicole tells us what kind of services the lab offers,…
 
This week you're in for a treat as we talk with photographer Brian Kelley about his work photographing champion trees of North America. You'll learn what a champion tree is, why he shoots them on large format and what it's like for him to work on a long term project like this.www.bkstudio.nycwww.instagram.com/champion_treeswww.instagram.com/brianke…
 
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