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Join Owen Shapiro in this journey of discovering, dissecting and analyzing pop culture through his unique and sharp, adolescent point of view. There are so many shows out there that focus on analyzing and criticizing the entertainment industry, and we will do that too, but we will also want to understand why and how film, music and games are made. What makes people fall in love with them or hate them. For Owen, movies are his life as well as the process of making movies, he is all about unde ...
 
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Shooting a scene underwater is not the same as shooting it on set. The directors have to consider variables such as the light, the camera’s weight, how to manage it in the water, and other factors to pull off an extraordinary sequence. Ian Seabrook, an Underwater Director of Photography in the Motion Picture and Television Industry, explains the di…
 
Polyglots are great at communication, and it would seem that this talent also translates to the big screen! Sebastian Thaler is an Austrian cinematographer who shoots with a lucid immediacy that makes him a talent to watch, showcased when he lensed the feature film 7500 starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Thaler is based in Vienna, Austria, where he com…
 
There's a formula for how Johnny Carson, David Letterman, and Oprah became great TV Hosts! Michael Burger is an American comedian, speaker, author, and television host with all the charisma of a classic host. He began his career performing live comedy on cruise ships, where he built the momentum and confidence to embark on TV. Michael’s lightning-f…
 
If you were wondering why the effects of movies like Jurassic Park or Terminator 2 are still so real, it’s because they were made by a team that knew their limits. Daniel Martin is an award-winning VFX designer and model maker. He has developed his incredible talents in films such as Possessor, Host, Color Out of Space, Lords of Chaos, and many mor…
 
Not everyone is willing to do the same shot 80 times. But when the director is David Fincher, you know he does it to make the end result unique. Monika Gossmann is a Kazakh actress, known for Iron Sky, Maximum Impact, and Mank, David Fincher's latest film. After high school she trained for three years as a singer, dancer, and musical performer at t…
 
Is it possible to write the script for a movie that both children and adults love? Without a doubt, Shrek is the irrefutable proof that with a great story anything is possible. Roger S. H. Schulman is an American television and film writer and producer. He co-wrote the animated feature Shrek, for which he won a British Academy Award (BAFTA) and was…
 
Have 3D movies taken advantage of technological advancements or is 2D even better? Julius Horsthuis knows the answer better than anyone. He is a digital artist, specialist in VFX and fractal art, and worked on the Oscar-winning movie Manchester By The Sea, and on several Dutch films such as Nova Zembla. From the age of 12 he was already in love wit…
 
The best cinematography is the one that most faithfully reflects what the director seeks to convey. Andrew Wehde is a cinematographer, known for his work on Bo Burnham's Movie, Eighth Grade, and for the Netflix series, Grand Army. He entered the Digital Cinema Program in DePaul University, one of the most important digital schools. In that place, h…
 
Never before was the phrase "art imitates life" so precise. Denise Grayson began working as a lawyer but soon turned to being an actress and producer. She has a broad career in theater, television, and a prominent appearance as a lawyer on The Social Network, from David Fincher. Founder of Denise Grayson Productions, her films in development includ…
 
Great movies can change the world? This is what today’s guest, Erica Chan, believes. She is an Asian-American writer and director who started editing in high school because she was fascinated with the idea of ​​taking pieces and putting them together to create strong stories. During her time at UNLV she was recognized for her work and was awarded t…
 
Docuseries are gaining more popularity due to the initiative of some filmmakers to use the storytelling format. Alan Jacobsen is a cinematographer who works on narrative and documentary projects with an authentic, natural eye and sensitive curiosity. His camera work is masterful, intuitive and intimate, capturing the sensory story in each powerful …
 
With the right score, a good movie can become an iconic movie. Gavin Brivik is a diverse hybrid composer best known for his work on the 90th Oscar-nominated film My Nephew Emmett; the Emmy-nominated series produced by Selena Gomez, Living Undocumented; and the Netflix original film Cam. Gavin is not linked to any genre since he is interested in exp…
 
When you understand the purpose of the shot, you will know how to get the perfect shot. Today's guest is Jayson Crothers, a talented cinematographer who has developed successfully in film and television, working on movies like Coldwater and shows like Chicago Fire. As a child in the early 80’s he became very interested in the mechanics of cinema be…
 
Being a good editor, it's understanding the emotion of a scene and knowing how to be someone people want to edit with. Today's guest is Ryan Liebert, a film editor who brings a dynamic and efficient approach to editing with a specific focus on emotion, pacing, and audience engagement. Over the past decade, Ryan has made his way into the world of in…
 
How is it possible to distinguish yourself as a critic when every day there are more people talking about movies? Today's guest is Clarisse Loughrey, an incredible chief film critic at The Independent, and a regular stand-in for Mark Kermode on BBC Radio 5 Live's "Kermode and Mayo." She always knew that she wanted to do something with film, because…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Why are movie awards important? Today’s guest, Axel Kuschevatzky, will answer this controversial question. Axel is an Argentine film journalist, screenwriter, and producer. He was a producer on the film The Secret in Their Eyes, which won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 82nd Academy Awards. He gre…
 
Download Podcast Transcript For there to be verisimilitude in movies, there has to be someone who creates a fictional world around the protagonists! Today's guest Sam Lisenco, an incredible production designer who has worked on several of the biggest movies in recent years like: Uncut gems, Good Time, Frances Ha, and Judas and the Black Messiah whi…
 
Download Podcast Transcript The best edit in a movie is the one we don't notice! Today's guest is Matt Villa, an Australian film editor, best known for editing The Great Gatsby and Predestination with which he won the AACTA Awards for Best Editing. As a child growing up in the 70s and 80s, Star Wars impacted him in such a way that from then on, he …
 
Download Podcast Transcript Does the objective opinion exist in something as emotional as cinema? Today's guest is Alexander Robinson, a film critic who has always loved movies and who reviews movies on YouTube, like the real Mr. Robinson, where he has over 4,000 followers. Having two parents who work in the film industry, from a young age he came …
 
Download Podcast Transcript There are people who have talent and others who have the talent to find those who have it. Today's guest is Hayley Littman, president of the Littman Talent Group, a talent agency that finds talent and represents actors. Actors seek to find something that stands out in themselves to differentiate from others. Therefore, H…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Did you know that there is a story behind the wardrobe of each character? Today's guest is Amy Stofsky, the industry's most sought-after costume designer, whose work has been featured in movies like Mulholland Drive and Lone Survivor. She began her career in the fashion industry and then transitioned to costume work when…
 
Download Podcast Transcript The plausibility of a film is not only achieved by the actors. Today’s guest is Donald Mowat, one of the most sought-after makeup artists in the film industry. With a career spanning over 30 years, Donald is a true expert in this field. He served as head of the makeup department and designer on films such as The Fighter,…
 
Download Podcast Transcript Wonder no more how stop motion movies are made! Today's guest is Joe Passarelli, a Cinematographer and Director of Photography, who was part of Anomalisa, the amazing film that won the Grand Jury Prize at the 72nd International Film Festival from Venice. It quickly earned praise for its stunning visuals and Passarelli's …
 
Download Podcast Transcript We found one of the Lost Boys! Today's guest is Jamison Newlander, actor, writer, and director, best known for playing Alan Frog, one of the two vampire-hunting brothers, in The Lost Boys (1987), alongside Corey Feldman. He began his career as a teenager participating in commercials and theater plays. In 1987 he starred …
 
Download Podcast Transcript All the elements that appear in movies and series scenes are carefully thought out for an artistic reason. Today’s guest is Jourdan Henderson, a production designer who began her career in Austin, Texas working her way up on films such as Spy Kids 2 & 3, Man of the House, and There Will Be Blood. Jourdan has produced and…
 
Have you ever fallen in love with music or a movie soundtrack? This is because there is a lot of work behind the scenes, where composers come up with the perfect melodies for a movie. Today's guest, Lesley Barber, is here to tell us a little more about this. Lesley is a film composer who writes music marked by intelligence and emotional depth. She …
 
Visual landscapes and the general set decoration in movies are crucial to understand and immerse into the story narrated. Today’s guest, Laurel Bergman, knows everything there is to know about this field: she is a Production Designer and Artist who comes from a strong Art Director background. What’s more, Laurel has contributed to many of the most …
 
Today, we talk with the person in charge of making television and movie scenes look so real! Suzuki Ingerslev is an art director and production designer who creates TV and movie sets that are praised for being super realistic. She graduated with an architecture degree and practiced for 6 years until she realized that the job was not as glamorous as…
 
Writing and producing a film on your own might sound like a distant dream. However, people like today’s guest will make you realize this is totally possible! Darren Coyle is an independent writer, director, and producer who has worked in all aspects of television and film production in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles for the last 1…
 
Doing FX makeup professionally and pursuing a career in indie films sounds challenging. However, today’s guest managed to do exactly that. Rob Fitz is an award-winning director who started his journey of 25 years in the film industry as a makeup and FX artist. Rob has participated as a makeup artist in various well-known movies such as “Jumanji,” “…
 
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