• 00:59

    Guest:Charlotte Bruus Christensen/Cinematographer/Far from the Madding Crowd

    in Movies

    Charlotte Bruus Christensen most recently lensed Thomas Vinterberg’s upcoming film FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, starring Carey Mulligan. Charlotte’s long standing relationship with the director began when her short films caught his attention. This lead to Charlotte’s first feature film, SUBMARINO, which garnered her a Golden Frog nomination at Camerimage, as well as a Danish Film Academy Robert Award for Best Cinematography. Charlotte maintained her partnership with the director by shooting his next film, THE HUNT, winning her The Vulcan Award at Cannes and the Danish Film Critics’ Award for Best Cinematography. Other recent credits include Anton Corbijn’s LIFE, which just premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and chronicles the relationship between James Dean (played by Dane DeHaan) and Life Magazine photographer Dennis Stock (played by Robert Pattinson); THE OTHER LIFE, directed by Jonas Elmer; HUNKY DORY, directed by Marc Evans, and Oliver Ussing’s drama MY GOOD ENEMY Charlotte first gained her knowledge in filmmaking in 1999 at The European Film College in Denmark. She was later admitted into the National Film and Television School's cinematography course in 2002. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 00:39

    Filmmaker and Slam Poet JD Glasscock

    in Entertainment

    A part of the 90's movement to Slam Poetry, JD Glasscock has help write songs and book throughout his career. He had his own blues rock band "Sofa King".


    His creative edge has been translated to short movies, which several have been featured in festivals across the the U.S. His use of light has made his movies "shine".


    We will talk to JD about the transition to film, his career as a poet, and making his directorial debut.

  • 01:06

    Nancy Rhodes & Paradigm Shifts Festival & Holly Mosher's Bonsai People

    in Lifestyle

    Wednesday, March 18, 6pm EDT: Mitchell’s first guest this evening is Founder of the Encompass New Opera isNancy Rhodes (Artistic Director/Librettist), also the co-founder and producer of The Paradigm Shifts Film & Music Festival taking place in NYC beginning this Thursday, March 19.


    For the second part of this evening’s show, Mitchell interviews film producer Holly Mosher, who has also appeared on A Better World Radio and Progressive Film Hour with Mitchell Rabin several times when Mitchell was featuring several of her films, viz., Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety,, Vanishing of the Bees and Pay to Play grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In high school she developed a passion for both photography and philosophy that led her to pursue filmmaking.

  • 00:36

    Jacob Ennis/Dustin Hubbard

    in Film

    Jonathan Moody chats with directors Jacob Ennis and Dustin Hubbard about filmmaking 


     

  • 01:00

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Lisa Lax

    in Entertainment

    Join us at 11:30am on Monday, March 16th for Something's Brewing!

    Our guest is agent Lisa Lax!! The Lisa Lax Agency, a regional talent agency representing professional actors in the Mid-South and now the "Big Apple."

    The Lisa Lax Agency represents talent for film television, print, performance and commercial projects. It will continue working to place actors in jobs in the Mid-South even as it opens up opportunities for New York-based talent.

    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/somethingsbrewing

    Follow our show here:

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Somethings-Brewing/277421519111208

    Follow us here:

    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
    Casey McDougal http://www.CaseyMcDougal.com/

  • 00:33

    How To Raise Money For Your First Movie: Writer-Director Mark Freiburger

    in Entertainment

    Mark Freiburger was born on July 16, 1983 in Roanoke, Virginia, USA as Stephen Mark Freiburger. He's a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts, School of Filmmaking. Mark is a writer and producer, known for "Dog Days of Summer" (2007) & "Jimmy." (2013)


    In 2010, he directed theatre for the first time at Los Angeles's prestigious Geffen Playhouse in a play starring Ed Asner, American Idol Katharine McPhee, Diane Venora, Academy Award nominee John Hawkes, & many others.


    Mark won the 2013 Doritos' "Crash the Super Bowl" contest in which his Doritos spec ad beat out thousands of other entries to air during the Super Bowl. The ad, titled "Fashionista Daddy", was the #1 ranked :30 second commercial of the 2013 Super Bowl on the USA Today Ad Meter, and #4 overall on the Ad Meter. His Doritos commercial was named the "#1 Greatest Super Bowl Commercial of All Time" during a live broadcast of the Top 10 Greatest Super Bowl Commercials, which aired on CBS January 29th, 2014. Winning the Super Bowl contest landed Mark the opportunity to work with director Michael Bay on "Transformers 4."


    Mark's book, “How To Raise Money For Your First Movie” is now available through his site here: http://www.financeyourmovie.com/ Mark lays out in great detail the steps to raise money for films. Hard copies will eventually be available on Amazon, but the digital copies are available now.

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  • 00:34

    ENTERTAINMENT LAWYERS MICHAEL DONALDSON & LISA CALLIF TALK FILM & FAIR USE

    in Entertainment

    Michael C. Donaldson is an entertainment attorney who has been fighting for independent filmmakers for over 30 yrs. which has made him an expert at the art of negotiation. He is the founding partner of Donaldson & Callif, a Beverly Hills law firm specializing in entertainment & copyright law, with particular emphasis on the representation of independent film producers. As President of the International Documentary Association, he negotiated with the cable networks to prevent the wholesale migration of credits from the screen to the internet by organizing and leading the Documentary Credit Coalition. Michael is a much lauded author and sought-after public speaker, as well. He is the author of Do It Yourself! Trademarks & Copyrights, released in 1995 and Clearance & Copyright, used in 50 film schools and winner of three national book awards.


    Lisa Callif, named by Variety as one of The Best & The Brightest (2011), is an entertainment attorney whose focus is on representing indie filmmakers in all aspects of their filmmaking, including development, production & distribution. Lisa does a significant amount of clearance work for documentaries as well as being one of the few attorneys in the entertainment industry to represent live theaters. Lisa has worked on such films as “Invisible War” (Grand Jury Prize, Best Documentary, Sundance 2012), “Inside Job” (Academy Award® winner 2011), “Insidious” (from the producers of Paranormal Activity), “How to Die In Oregon” (Grand Jury Prize, Best Documentary, Sundance 2011), “I’m Still Here” (starring Joaquin Phoenix), “Teenage Paparazzo” (starring Adrian Grenier), “Waiting for Superman,” “The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers” (Academy Award® nominee 2010).

  • 00:25

    Talking Pictures w/Host Paul Booth Discussing the A.S.C. Awards.

    in Film

    The A.S.C. is the American Society of Cinematographers. Their awards show was held at the Hyatt in Century City. For you film fans, about a football field away from the FOX Studios lot.  This Podcast will coever some of the winners, special moments, and excerpts of speeches.  The A.S.C. celebrates the loyalty, integrity, and artistry of filmmaking. 

  • 00:24

    Milling About with Sam Jaeger

    in Entertainment

    Sam Jaeger explores a different kind of parenthood in the indie short Plain Clothes. Sam wrote, directed and stars as a cop trying to balance the brutality of his work without bringing it home to his family. In real life, Sam is a family man with two boys who married his college sweetheart. He tells host Robin Milliing how the themes of marriage and family have resonated throughout his projects. He says, 'I guess I've always been fascinated by how we are defined by our families. Parenthood was another avenue of that. The construct of that entire show was we're fallible people but we're trying to do better.'


    Growing up in the small quaint Ohio town of Perrysburg, Sam says he sought out the movies rather than 'drinking and sledding.' The Dead Poets Society inspired him to become an actor. His passion for filmmaking began in high school where he'd shoot movies on VHS and offer free rentals in the local video store. He says taking control of the stories he wanted to tell was what compelled him to write and direct.


    Recently he took his wife and kids to New Zealand to film the pilot Lumen which he says also touches on the realities of family, but with a sci-fi backdrop.


    For more information visit Plain Clothes on Facebook:


     https://www.facebook.com/plainclothesmovie

  • 00:59

    Shriekfest Radio! Denise Gossett interviews Alex Bram!

    in Paranormal

    "Best Director Award"(2012 LA Film, TV and Webisode Festival) winner, Alex Bram is on a mission to bring suspense, surrealism and quality back to horror.


    Gaining support as a new voice, his various projects have been able to attract legendary figures of the genre rallying behind him. For his werewolf epic, “NEW BREED,” Special Creature Make-Up Effects legend Steve Johnson (“American Werewolf in London,” “Species”) has joined to deliver on the concept of applying the latest technology available, in the most tasteful yet terrifying way, to bring to life beasts like we’ve never seen before.


    Eduardo Sanchez (Blair Witch Project Director) will bring Bram’s “CLOUDLAND” to life. That project is being spearheaded by Jeffrey Reddick, the creator of “Final Destination.” Reddick is both co-screenwriter with Bram and Executive Producer. 


    Alex Bram’s award-winning psychological thriller "Body of Work" honors the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock, while at the same time, using modern technology to bring about a new wave of suspenseful filmmaking. That film brought two "Best Cinematography" awards and one Canadian "People's Choice".
    For three years, Bram founded and ran the "Carnival of Darkness Film Festival," which showcased the very best short horror films from around the world. This yearly event was held at Los Angeles Film School and was put on like a twisted carnival experience. 


     


     

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