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Earnest interviews with prominent filmmakers, musicians, and creative people. We discuss the art of collaboration and making the world better in some way. Send feedback or suggestions for future episodes to podcast@nsavides.com.

Latest Episodes

On Monsters & Disney Magic: Crypt TV's Kate Krantz

Kate Krantz, theChief Content Officer for Crypt TV, began her career by working for William Morris Endeavor. From there, she went to work forWalt Disney Studios in live-action production. That gave her a chance to observe how Disney developed characters and intellectual property beloved by millions around the world. Those observations helped her manage Crypt TV's universe of monsters, whichhave brought Crypt TV over 1.5 billion worldwide views on social media and led to prominent partnerships with Netflix, Facebook, and more. Kate was also one of the panelists at a SXSW 2019producers roundtable. Some of the things we discuss in this episode include How to build relationships at film festivals and other industry events Smart things that Disney does to keep their IP relevant for generations How filmmakers can partner with Crypt TV to build long-term careers What a compelling monster movie involves Sponsor for this Episode nsavides productions– I make videos and tell stories. This is a promo I shot for a theater company in Lafayette. # More of my videos are here. Say hello: podcast@nsavides.com # Related Episodes CFX is a special effects and silicon mask-making company in Baton Rouge that has made masks and props for films like2 Guns, Treme, and Twilight. I had a chance to interview some of their team and put together this video of their mask-making process. More on monster movies in this interview I did with Dan Laustsen, the cinematographer on The Shape of Water, Crimson Peak, and John Wick 2. # Related Things Crypt TV Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube Crypt TV shows mentioned The Birch The Look-See Sunny Family Cult Thing in the Apartment Meredith Alloway, the filmmaker Kate mentioned whose shortDeep Tissuepremiered at SXSW Sam Claitor, a producer at Fable House, helped to make this episode happen. Shortcut for the podcast: nicksav.show Additional music for the show provided by Rob Costlow. # Other Films & Shows Mentioned The Babadook Bride of Frankenstein Christopher Robin Crimson Peak Dracula Edward Scissorhands The Elephant Man Frankenstein Get Out It Follows Maleficent The Phantom of the Opera Star Wars Van Helsing If You Liked the Show Sign up forThe nsavides Newsletter. Subscribe or leave an honest review: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Say hello on Twitter:@nsavidesPRO Thank you for visiting!

59 MIN2 days ago
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On Monsters & Disney Magic: Crypt TV's Kate Krantz

How to Be Engaging Like a Rock Star: Ariel Hyatt

For the past 23 years, Cyber PR FounderAriel Hyatthas been helping prominent musicians and creative people use public relations, marketing, and social media to connect with fans and be more engaging. She's also written four books on the music industry and is an internationally recognized speaker who has spoken at conferences around the world including SXSW, Vivid Sydney, Hubspot Ignite, and Campus Party London. Her work has been recognized in publications ranging fromOprah, CNN, Wired, Billboard, Forbes.com, and The Washington Post,just to name a few. Ariel came on the show to share her engagement insights. Some of the things we discuss include How to develop a personal narrative Fun things to post on social media How music saved Ariel's life and why it matters What not to do when trying to get attention for your music Compelling campaigns that caught Ariel's attention How to develop relationships with writers Sponsor for this Episode nsavides productions– I make videos and tell st...

79 MINMAY 24
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How to Be Engaging Like a Rock Star: Ariel Hyatt

Into the Spider-Verse Title Sequence Director: James Ramirez

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Versedeveloped a new approach to computer animation so as to translate the comic-book experience for the big screen. Academy voters took notice and awarded the film an Oscar for Best Animated Feature. One of the last things that moviegoers see before leaving the film is the hyperkinetic title sequence animated by visual studio Alma Mater. The sequence was featured at SXSW 2019 in a compilation of compelling title sequences, and it made enough of an impression that it won SXSW's jury-awardedExcellence in Title Design accolade. As part of my festival coverage of SXSW 2019, I sat down with title sequence co-directorJames Ramirezto learn more about what went into making the sequence. Some of the things we discuss include The different styles of animation that went into the sequence and how they put it together in Cinema 4D How they worked with the filmmakers behindSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseto supplement the ideas and characters of the film The way they...

37 MINMAY 13
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Into the Spider-Verse Title Sequence Director: James Ramirez

Latest Episodes

On Monsters & Disney Magic: Crypt TV's Kate Krantz

Kate Krantz, theChief Content Officer for Crypt TV, began her career by working for William Morris Endeavor. From there, she went to work forWalt Disney Studios in live-action production. That gave her a chance to observe how Disney developed characters and intellectual property beloved by millions around the world. Those observations helped her manage Crypt TV's universe of monsters, whichhave brought Crypt TV over 1.5 billion worldwide views on social media and led to prominent partnerships with Netflix, Facebook, and more. Kate was also one of the panelists at a SXSW 2019producers roundtable. Some of the things we discuss in this episode include How to build relationships at film festivals and other industry events Smart things that Disney does to keep their IP relevant for generations How filmmakers can partner with Crypt TV to build long-term careers What a compelling monster movie involves Sponsor for this Episode nsavides productions– I make videos and tell stories. This is a promo I shot for a theater company in Lafayette. # More of my videos are here. Say hello: podcast@nsavides.com # Related Episodes CFX is a special effects and silicon mask-making company in Baton Rouge that has made masks and props for films like2 Guns, Treme, and Twilight. I had a chance to interview some of their team and put together this video of their mask-making process. More on monster movies in this interview I did with Dan Laustsen, the cinematographer on The Shape of Water, Crimson Peak, and John Wick 2. # Related Things Crypt TV Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube Crypt TV shows mentioned The Birch The Look-See Sunny Family Cult Thing in the Apartment Meredith Alloway, the filmmaker Kate mentioned whose shortDeep Tissuepremiered at SXSW Sam Claitor, a producer at Fable House, helped to make this episode happen. Shortcut for the podcast: nicksav.show Additional music for the show provided by Rob Costlow. # Other Films & Shows Mentioned The Babadook Bride of Frankenstein Christopher Robin Crimson Peak Dracula Edward Scissorhands The Elephant Man Frankenstein Get Out It Follows Maleficent The Phantom of the Opera Star Wars Van Helsing If You Liked the Show Sign up forThe nsavides Newsletter. Subscribe or leave an honest review: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Say hello on Twitter:@nsavidesPRO Thank you for visiting!

59 MIN2 days ago
Comments
On Monsters & Disney Magic: Crypt TV's Kate Krantz

How to Be Engaging Like a Rock Star: Ariel Hyatt

For the past 23 years, Cyber PR FounderAriel Hyatthas been helping prominent musicians and creative people use public relations, marketing, and social media to connect with fans and be more engaging. She's also written four books on the music industry and is an internationally recognized speaker who has spoken at conferences around the world including SXSW, Vivid Sydney, Hubspot Ignite, and Campus Party London. Her work has been recognized in publications ranging fromOprah, CNN, Wired, Billboard, Forbes.com, and The Washington Post,just to name a few. Ariel came on the show to share her engagement insights. Some of the things we discuss include How to develop a personal narrative Fun things to post on social media How music saved Ariel's life and why it matters What not to do when trying to get attention for your music Compelling campaigns that caught Ariel's attention How to develop relationships with writers Sponsor for this Episode nsavides productions– I make videos and tell st...

79 MINMAY 24
Comments
How to Be Engaging Like a Rock Star: Ariel Hyatt

Into the Spider-Verse Title Sequence Director: James Ramirez

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Versedeveloped a new approach to computer animation so as to translate the comic-book experience for the big screen. Academy voters took notice and awarded the film an Oscar for Best Animated Feature. One of the last things that moviegoers see before leaving the film is the hyperkinetic title sequence animated by visual studio Alma Mater. The sequence was featured at SXSW 2019 in a compilation of compelling title sequences, and it made enough of an impression that it won SXSW's jury-awardedExcellence in Title Design accolade. As part of my festival coverage of SXSW 2019, I sat down with title sequence co-directorJames Ramirezto learn more about what went into making the sequence. Some of the things we discuss include The different styles of animation that went into the sequence and how they put it together in Cinema 4D How they worked with the filmmakers behindSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseto supplement the ideas and characters of the film The way they...

37 MINMAY 13
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Into the Spider-Verse Title Sequence Director: James Ramirez

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