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Joel Marshall and Kamala Lopez

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Independent Film Podcast

Latest Episodes

FatFreeFilm 80 - Taki Oldham

Filmmaker Taki Oldham talks about his film The Billionaire's Tea Party. Joel interviews Taki at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston, which is a conference for those concerned about internet freedom. Taki explains how he was able to make this feature film almost completely on his own and have it shown on television and in theaters, while contributing to the political discourse of the times. Topics discussed are using digital phones, waivers, establishing shots, vox pops and room tone.

-1 s2011 APR 21
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FatFreeFilm 80 - Taki Oldham

FatFreeFilm 79 - Peer Oppenheimer

Peer Oppenheimer, producer of more than 30 films, including the acclaimedBlue Car, starring David Strathairn, Agnes Bruckner and Frances Fisher andRails & Ties," with Kevin Bacon and Marcia Gay Harden. Peer talks about his early, publishing, television and film career (which included attempting to make his first film in Viet Nam, during the Viet Nam War) on through his experience now. He talks about film financing, producing and the state of the film industry.

-1 s2010 SEP 26
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FatFreeFilm 79 - Peer Oppenheimer

FatFreeFilm 78 - James Foley

James Foley, director of such films as Reckless, At Close Range, Glengarry Glen Ross, and After Dark My Sweet, talks with Kamala and Joel about working with actors such as Sean Penn, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino, and Jack Lemmon. He also speaks about his experience at USC Film School, what brought him to directing and where the industry is headed.

-1 s2010 JUN 4
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FatFreeFilm 78 - James Foley

FatFreeFilm 77 - Rob Powers

Rob Powers, Supervisor and Creator of the Virtual Art Department on Avatar. Rob is a pioneer in the creation of virtual environments for filming movies such as James Cameron's Avatar and Aliens of the Deep. He also recently worked with Steven Spielberg. Rob is a graduate of USC Film School who took his filmmaking and art skills to a new level with 3D Modeling and computer generated images. Rob talks about how computer generated graphics are evolving and our ability, as filmmakers, to interact with and develop these creations is changing for the better. He also talks about working with the company NewTek, to help evolve their products. Listener Ben Gurvich, visiting from Australia, sits in on the interview.

-1 s2010 APR 27
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FatFreeFilm 77 - Rob Powers

FatFreeFilm 76 - Insung Hwang

Director Insung Hwang talks with Kamala and Joel about his new movie Justify. Insung talks about how he made his first feature film, which is a thriller shot in Los Angeles. He also talks about directing actors, being in the moment, and taking it one step at a time.

-1 s2010 APR 12
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FatFreeFilm 76 - Insung Hwang

FatFreeFilm 75 - Heidi Levitt

Heidi Levitt, veteran casting director and film producer, talks with Joel and Kamala about her new iPhone App, The Actor Genie, that helps actors to be informed on what projects are currently casting, gives them contact information for casting directors and managers, key resources, and advice from industry professionals. Heidi gives some great insight into how the casting industry has changed with the Internet and how to keep a positive strong attitude and stay informed in this unpredictable, and often difficult to navigate business. Heidi has a website as well http://www.heidilevitt.com/

-1 s2010 MAR 4
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FatFreeFilm 75 - Heidi Levitt

FatFreeFilm 74 - Chris Levinson

Writer/Producer Chris Levinson talks about the craft of television writing. Chris gives us great information on pitching shows, cable vs. network, the network pilot process, and working in a writing room. Chris has written on shows such asLaw and Order,Dawson's Creek,Charmed and Party of Five. Her father, Richard Levinson, was also a great writer/producer of such shows asMurder, She WroteandColumbo. So she has a great working knowledge of the evolution of writing for film and television. If you are a writer, or are interested in the writing process, this is a great show for you.

-1 s2010 FEB 23
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FatFreeFilm 74 - Chris Levinson

FatFreeFilm 73 - Fangoria

Rebekah and David McKendry from Fangoria talk with Joel and Kamala about horror films, exploitation films and their annual Trinity of Terrors. They also discuss what they look for in films and how to better get your movie noticed. Other topics explored are feminism and horror, the importance of good trailers and what makes horror films last.

-1 s2010 FEB 2
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FatFreeFilm 73 - Fangoria

FatFreeFilm 72 - Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell, actor/producer talks with Joel and Kamala at the Fangoria Trinity of Terror Horror Conference in Las Vegas. He talks about getting started in film from his hometown of Detroit, Michigan and his relationship with high school buddy Sam Raimi. Films and television shows discussed include: Evil Dead 1 and 2, Crimewave, Army of Darkness, My Name is Bruce, Burn Notice. This frank and pragmatic interview with an independent film icon is not to be missed.

-1 s2009 JAN 1
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FatFreeFilm 72 - Bruce Campbell

FatFreeFilm 71 - Tom Silvestri

Tom Silvestri, longtime script consultant for studio and independent film, also the owner of Silvestri Storyworks at http://www.silvestristoryworks.com. He joins Joel and Kamala to talk about his experiences working with such filmmakers as Amy Adelson, Richard Donner, Hutch Parker, Bob Shaye, Raymond Wagner, Toby Emmerich and many more. Tom has advice for writing screenplays, producing and presenting them in Hollywood.

-1 s2008 JUN 16
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FatFreeFilm 71 - Tom Silvestri

Latest Episodes

FatFreeFilm 80 - Taki Oldham

Filmmaker Taki Oldham talks about his film The Billionaire's Tea Party. Joel interviews Taki at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston, which is a conference for those concerned about internet freedom. Taki explains how he was able to make this feature film almost completely on his own and have it shown on television and in theaters, while contributing to the political discourse of the times. Topics discussed are using digital phones, waivers, establishing shots, vox pops and room tone.

-1 s2011 APR 21
Comments
FatFreeFilm 80 - Taki Oldham

FatFreeFilm 79 - Peer Oppenheimer

Peer Oppenheimer, producer of more than 30 films, including the acclaimedBlue Car, starring David Strathairn, Agnes Bruckner and Frances Fisher andRails & Ties," with Kevin Bacon and Marcia Gay Harden. Peer talks about his early, publishing, television and film career (which included attempting to make his first film in Viet Nam, during the Viet Nam War) on through his experience now. He talks about film financing, producing and the state of the film industry.

-1 s2010 SEP 26
Comments
FatFreeFilm 79 - Peer Oppenheimer

FatFreeFilm 78 - James Foley

James Foley, director of such films as Reckless, At Close Range, Glengarry Glen Ross, and After Dark My Sweet, talks with Kamala and Joel about working with actors such as Sean Penn, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino, and Jack Lemmon. He also speaks about his experience at USC Film School, what brought him to directing and where the industry is headed.

-1 s2010 JUN 4
Comments
FatFreeFilm 78 - James Foley

FatFreeFilm 77 - Rob Powers

Rob Powers, Supervisor and Creator of the Virtual Art Department on Avatar. Rob is a pioneer in the creation of virtual environments for filming movies such as James Cameron's Avatar and Aliens of the Deep. He also recently worked with Steven Spielberg. Rob is a graduate of USC Film School who took his filmmaking and art skills to a new level with 3D Modeling and computer generated images. Rob talks about how computer generated graphics are evolving and our ability, as filmmakers, to interact with and develop these creations is changing for the better. He also talks about working with the company NewTek, to help evolve their products. Listener Ben Gurvich, visiting from Australia, sits in on the interview.

-1 s2010 APR 27
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FatFreeFilm 77 - Rob Powers

FatFreeFilm 76 - Insung Hwang

Director Insung Hwang talks with Kamala and Joel about his new movie Justify. Insung talks about how he made his first feature film, which is a thriller shot in Los Angeles. He also talks about directing actors, being in the moment, and taking it one step at a time.

-1 s2010 APR 12
Comments
FatFreeFilm 76 - Insung Hwang

FatFreeFilm 75 - Heidi Levitt

Heidi Levitt, veteran casting director and film producer, talks with Joel and Kamala about her new iPhone App, The Actor Genie, that helps actors to be informed on what projects are currently casting, gives them contact information for casting directors and managers, key resources, and advice from industry professionals. Heidi gives some great insight into how the casting industry has changed with the Internet and how to keep a positive strong attitude and stay informed in this unpredictable, and often difficult to navigate business. Heidi has a website as well http://www.heidilevitt.com/

-1 s2010 MAR 4
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FatFreeFilm 75 - Heidi Levitt

FatFreeFilm 74 - Chris Levinson

Writer/Producer Chris Levinson talks about the craft of television writing. Chris gives us great information on pitching shows, cable vs. network, the network pilot process, and working in a writing room. Chris has written on shows such asLaw and Order,Dawson's Creek,Charmed and Party of Five. Her father, Richard Levinson, was also a great writer/producer of such shows asMurder, She WroteandColumbo. So she has a great working knowledge of the evolution of writing for film and television. If you are a writer, or are interested in the writing process, this is a great show for you.

-1 s2010 FEB 23
Comments
FatFreeFilm 74 - Chris Levinson

FatFreeFilm 73 - Fangoria

Rebekah and David McKendry from Fangoria talk with Joel and Kamala about horror films, exploitation films and their annual Trinity of Terrors. They also discuss what they look for in films and how to better get your movie noticed. Other topics explored are feminism and horror, the importance of good trailers and what makes horror films last.

-1 s2010 FEB 2
Comments
FatFreeFilm 73 - Fangoria

FatFreeFilm 72 - Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell, actor/producer talks with Joel and Kamala at the Fangoria Trinity of Terror Horror Conference in Las Vegas. He talks about getting started in film from his hometown of Detroit, Michigan and his relationship with high school buddy Sam Raimi. Films and television shows discussed include: Evil Dead 1 and 2, Crimewave, Army of Darkness, My Name is Bruce, Burn Notice. This frank and pragmatic interview with an independent film icon is not to be missed.

-1 s2009 JAN 1
Comments
FatFreeFilm 72 - Bruce Campbell

FatFreeFilm 71 - Tom Silvestri

Tom Silvestri, longtime script consultant for studio and independent film, also the owner of Silvestri Storyworks at http://www.silvestristoryworks.com. He joins Joel and Kamala to talk about his experiences working with such filmmakers as Amy Adelson, Richard Donner, Hutch Parker, Bob Shaye, Raymond Wagner, Toby Emmerich and many more. Tom has advice for writing screenplays, producing and presenting them in Hollywood.

-1 s2008 JUN 16
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FatFreeFilm 71 - Tom Silvestri