Posts Tagged ‘podcast’

Oozing and Intoxicating

January 28, 2010

The IndieFlix “Play It Again” Podcast about APPOINTMENT IN VANCOUVER was posted yesterday. It is now available for free for all your ready ears.  Click here!

If you scroll down on the podcast’s page, you’ll find a useful list organized by timecode of topics discussed and questions asked.  It’s a nice touch by Lois Fein, host of the interview series.

I like how the podcast turned out.

Seth and I play well off each other, we cover a lot of topics, and the interview with Casey via phone is honest and interesting. Plus, I’m surprised at how good my voice sounds.  Thanks, Lois! Your microphone was worth the investment and may get me a date.

I only cringed when I adjectived-it-up with such slurpy words like ‘oozing’ and ‘intoxicating’ during the telling of how I met Casey. Things could have been worse – I could have burped up those words, canceling out all traces of sexiness Lois’ mic had loaned me.

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Episode 5: May I Be Direct?

July 20, 2009

dsc01968I’m one of four guests in this week’s Film Method podcast!

We recorded Episode 5, which is all about directing and the director/producer relationship (hence yours truly showing up to blab) last week, and now the 87 minute conversation is available on the Film Method site and iTunes.

Cindy Freeman, the podcast’s creator and host, invited me to participate in the director-focused episode and to bring along Gabe Reiter, one of two producers I work with on a daily basis.  My APPOINTMENT IN VANCOUVER producer, Seth Caplan, can be heard unpacking the producer’s role with elegance and assuredness in Episode 2: The Producer’s Approach.  Apparently, my team is full of excellent podcast guests. Oh. And excellent producers!dsc01993

Andrew Robinson and Jenna Edwards, the director and producer of APRIL SHOWERS (released in April 2009, APRIL SHOWERS tells the story of the Columbine school shooting through the eyes of a survivor), joined us for this week’s discussion. I enjoyed comparing and contrasting our approaches to filmmaking. Example: Andrew is a self-admitted control freak, and my first directing gig was a truly outrageous JEM performance with the neighborhood kids.

dsc01982My only regret of the podcast is that I didn’t go after Andrew more when he commented on film school kids’ lack of variety in their favorite films.  That we reference all the same cinematic models. Ha! As a film school graduate x 2 and survivor of many film student-infested cocktail parties, I am 100% sure that film students’ favorite films tend to be more ecclectic, obscure and wildly interesting than the common moviegoer’s.  They should be, right?  These people are paying big bucks to get schooled in cinema. Most of them are happily exposing themselves to a wide range of films and embracing more than THE GODFATHER. That said, I’ll admit THE GODFATHER is on my list, but so is WALKING AND TALKING and THE CONFORMIST!

About the FILM METHOD Podcast (by Cindy Freeman):  Have you ever wanted to make your own film, but you’re not sure where to start? Film Method is the podcast that will take you through the nuts and bolts of independent filmmaking. In a roundtable discussion format we will meet guests from all walks of filmmaker life who will share their golden nuggets of wisdom about everything from hiring a producer, to finding a composer, to seeking out investors. Season One will focus on the development phase of making a movie starting with the seeds of inspiration and writing a script or finding material with a particular audience in mind.


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