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The art of filmmaking is to tell a story through film. Films influence culture and societies. How are stories developed? What are the challenges of raising capital through such vehicles as Kickstarter compared to traditional means? Has the power of the internet made it easier to market and distribute?
Guests: Ryan Walker, New York & Regina Griffin, DC
Astro Radio Z - Ep 10 - Indie Horror Filmmaking Part 1
Join Derrick Carey tonight to discuss Indie Filmmaking and check out other episodes on http://fearcast.net/fcn-radio-astro-radio-z/
2013 marks 40 years of filmmaking, starting with the formation of The Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office in 1973, by Gov. Jimmy Carter. The office is a division under the Department of Economic Development. Various venues around Georgia will host screenings and festivals. Get a chance to see "Zombieland", part of which was filmed not too far from me, here in Paulding County. The Coca-Cola Festival and the Peachtree Village International Festival will also host events.
For more information:
The Fox Theatre
Peachtree Village Int'l Film Festival
Amari will discuss Cartoon Hangover. Come join us, Saturday, August 10 at 1:00 pm. Hope to see you then.
Host Lori Wilk welcomes Michele, a documentary filmmaking of the most recent film called "Haiti: Where Did the Money Go?" and she shares with our listeners about her latest film and her process of fillmmaking. http://www.filmat11.com Also joining us is Line Producer, philanthropist, and fundraising specialist Jennie Walker.
On episode 156 we sit down with experienced Machinima filmmakers Joseph Kwong Anima Technica and others to talk about their process.
Host: Kinte @Indyshowcase11
Co hosts: RammZ @Kickingit_RammZ & Shai G @Shai_7
Guests:Moviestorm : Joseph Kwong
iClone: Anima Technica
Second Life: Rysan Fall
The Movies : Joe Harp
Production information: 156 Machinima Filmmaking (8x06) 2/20/14
Host Lori Wilk interviews singer songwriter, filmmaker, and philanthropist, Jennie Walker about her newest filmmaking experiences http://www.filmat11.comand her global humanitarian efforts. Jennie Walker has had international acclaim with her album "Night Flight to London." http://www.JennieWalker.com Live call-in 347.237.5638. Follow on Twitter@Successipes.
Contemporary Filmmaking: Commerce vs Art Indie vs Studio. 2D vs 3D. Vampires vs Werewolves. What's a contemporary filmmaker to do? Decisions, decisions. This week we're talking about the most successful and/or influential films and filmmakers of the past 5 years. Real friends, real talk.
Shane Snipes discusses sustainability issues with two documentary filmmakers and a New Orleans film studio. We will answer how can a film have an impact on the future, a community, and make difference in the world?
At the top of the hour is One Lucky Elephant's Director Lisa Leeman and Producer Cristina Colissimo. Where does an elephant go after a life in the circus? Sixteen years have passed since circus producer David Balding adopted Flora, the orphaned baby African elephant he lovingly raised as part of his family and made the star of his show. We'll talk about the making of this film and how it changed their ways of thinking.
At half past, Taggart Siegel speaks with us about the making of Queen of The Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? This film is an in-depth investigation to discover the causes and solutions behind Colony Collapse Disorder; a phenomenon where honeybees vanish from their hives, never to return. Queen of The Sun follows the voices and visions of underrepresented beekeepers, philosophers, and scientists around the world, all struggling for the survival of the bees.
Starting at the 60 min mark, we will have the Director of Sustainability, Diane Wheeler, of the LEED Silver Second Line Studios in New Orleans talking about the first certified sustainable production space in the USA. To reach Silver LEED status, there are hundreds of materials, operations, and grounds requirements. Listen in as we explore what green filmmaking really means.
Christian Filmmaking has been pulling some big punches lately. But what are we as Christians really saying when we do films? What makes a "Christian Film"? Tune into War Zone Radio to be apart of this discussion.
Here is the link for a film I am very excited for... 'Believe Me' opens Sept. 26 so click the link below and check out the trailer!
The Yvonne Pierre Show welcomes Ms. Audrey T. Thomas, the Founder and CEO of “Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival” (KCFF), based in Atlanta, GA. KCFF made its debut in 2008, to serve as non-profit enterprise designed to showcase films and filmmakers that promote, educate and inspire faith-based values. When Ms. Thomas started this venture her primary goal for KCFF was to encourage filmmakers, as well as those aspiring to hold this distinction, to write, produce and direct Christian films that minister to families and communities. In addition to cinematic showcases, she saw an avenue for developing the talent of aspiring filmmakers. Her vision for KCFF is to offer films of faith workshops, editing instructions, and distribution opportunities for aspiring filmmakers who would normally not have the opportunity to acquire this valuable insight into the industry of making films. For more information about Ms. Audrey T. Thomas and Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival, visit www.Kingdomwood.com
Veteran filmmaker David Worth returns to Movie Addict HQ to talk about his two new books: Milestones in Cinema: 50 Visionary Films & Filmmakers and Zen & the Art of Independent Filmmaking: A Cautionary Tale. David has worked on over 35 films as a director and or cinematographer. Stars like Clint Eastwood, Bruce Campbell, Shelly Winters, Dennis Hopper, and Roy Scheider have appeared in David’s films. His extensive filmography includes such diverse movies as: HOUSE AT THE END OF THE DRIVE, ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN, TIME LAPSE, BRONCO BILLY, KICKBOXER, ALL’S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR, MAN WITH THE SCREAMING BRAIN, HONOR, LADY DRAGON and BLOODSPORT.
David has taught filmmaking at Chapman University, USC, Chapman Singapore and UCLA. He is presently a part-time professor at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography, his first unique textbook, was published in 2008 and is available at Amazon.com as are his other film-related books.
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