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Filmmakers from a variety of disciplines talk about their work on current major feature film releases.

Latest Episodes

Production Designer Barbara Ling on How Quentin Tarantino’s Team Brought 1969 L.A. Back to Life

One of the conceits of Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood, is the director’s skill at dropping unique fictional characters and a strange fictional story straight out of the director’s oeuvre neatly into a particularly loving photograph of reality in the form of Los Angeles, circa 1969.

44 MINAUG 15
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Production Designer Barbara Ling on How Quentin Tarantino’s Team Brought 1969 L.A. Back to Life

Engine Room Founder Dan Schmit on QuickFX and VFX Services in the Cloud

Los Angeles VFX studio Engine Room has launched QuickFX.com, a cloud-based service platform for visual effects project management. According to Engine Room owner Dan Schmit, QuickFX has the potential to bring down the cost of VFX work and, in turn, make local L.A. talent more competitive on the global stage. QuickFX is a web-based front […]

35 MINJUL 10
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Engine Room Founder Dan Schmit on QuickFX and VFX Services in the Cloud

Executive Producer/Director Douglas Mackinnon Explains How Best-Selling Novel Good Omens Finally Made it to Screens as an Amazon Limited Series

According to Douglas Mackinnon, executive producer and director of the new Amazon limited series, Good Omens, the recent success in adapting the best-selling book penned in the late 1980’s by Neil Gaiman (now screenwriter of the series) and Terry Pratchett, was long overdue. He points out that “a survey done by the BBC a few […]

44 MINJUN 18
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Executive Producer/Director Douglas Mackinnon Explains How Best-Selling Novel Good Omens Finally Made it to Screens as an Amazon Limited Series

Podcast: Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini on (Finally) Shooting Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini chuckles in looking back at his 20-plus years collaborating with director Terry Gilliam, originally for 1998’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas ...

42 MINMAY 3
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Podcast: Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini on (Finally) Shooting Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Podcast: Co-Visual Effects Supervisors Richard Hollander and Eric Saindon on the VFX Complexity of Alita: Battle Angel

VFX industry veterans Eric Hollander and Eric Saindon had been involved with the intriguing notion of producing visual effects for Alita: Battle Angel for literally decades when the opportunity finally arrived.

40 MINMAR 1
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Podcast: Co-Visual Effects Supervisors Richard Hollander and Eric Saindon on the VFX Complexity of Alita: Battle Angel

Podcast: Cinematographer Yves Bélanger, CSC, on Shooting Clint Eastwood’s The Mule

With Clint Eastwood’s longtime cinematographer, Tom Stern, ASC, unavailable, the famed director turned to Canadian cinematographer Yves Bélanger for the first time to shoot his current movie, The Mule, and in the process, gave Bélanger a big thrill. “I knew [Eastwood’s work] because I have been watching his movies since I was about seven years […]

31 MINJAN 12
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Podcast: Cinematographer Yves Bélanger, CSC, on Shooting Clint Eastwood’s The Mule

Editor Patrick Don Vito on Putting Green Book Together

As director Peter Farrellybegan working on his current acclaimed film, Green Book, he quickly found an old colleague knocking at his door, asking to participate. Editor Patrick Don Vito had worked with Farrelly a couple of times in the past, and happened to read the Green Book script before learning his friend was attached to […]

28 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Editor Patrick Don Vito on Putting Green Book Together

Cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, Shoots the Moon for First Man

As he finished shooting La La Land, earning himself an Academy Award in the process, cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, learned his next project, also in partnership with director Damien Chazelle, was going to be a far different creature. It was on the set of La La Land that Chazelle first told Sandgren about his next […]

42 MIN2018 OCT 12
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Cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, Shoots the Moon for First Man

How Gaffer Martin Smith Lit Up Mission: Impossible – Fallout

One of the biggest and most pressure-filled jobs on Christopher McQuarrie’s new action hit, Mission: Impossible– Fallout, fell into the lap of U.K.-based gaffer Martin Smith. McQuarrie was returning to the franchise for a second straight effort — the first director to direct two films in the series — but he was determined to craft […]

49 MIN2018 AUG 8
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How Gaffer Martin Smith Lit Up Mission: Impossible – Fallout

How Director Ben Lewin Gave Ballplayer/Spy Moe Berg’s Quirky Story, The Catcher Was a Spy, a Cinematic Twist

Director Ben Lewin says the biggest challenge he faced when making the new indie film, The Catcher Was a Spy, starring Paul Rudd, was his lead character himself. The movie spotlights a key time in the mysterious life of a unique historical figure, Moe Berg — a Jewish professional baseball player who spoke several languages […]

36 MIN2018 JUN 27
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How Director Ben Lewin Gave Ballplayer/Spy Moe Berg’s Quirky Story, The Catcher Was a Spy, a Cinematic Twist
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Latest Episodes

Production Designer Barbara Ling on How Quentin Tarantino’s Team Brought 1969 L.A. Back to Life

One of the conceits of Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film, Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood, is the director’s skill at dropping unique fictional characters and a strange fictional story straight out of the director’s oeuvre neatly into a particularly loving photograph of reality in the form of Los Angeles, circa 1969.

44 MINAUG 15
Comments
Production Designer Barbara Ling on How Quentin Tarantino’s Team Brought 1969 L.A. Back to Life

Engine Room Founder Dan Schmit on QuickFX and VFX Services in the Cloud

Los Angeles VFX studio Engine Room has launched QuickFX.com, a cloud-based service platform for visual effects project management. According to Engine Room owner Dan Schmit, QuickFX has the potential to bring down the cost of VFX work and, in turn, make local L.A. talent more competitive on the global stage. QuickFX is a web-based front […]

35 MINJUL 10
Comments
Engine Room Founder Dan Schmit on QuickFX and VFX Services in the Cloud

Executive Producer/Director Douglas Mackinnon Explains How Best-Selling Novel Good Omens Finally Made it to Screens as an Amazon Limited Series

According to Douglas Mackinnon, executive producer and director of the new Amazon limited series, Good Omens, the recent success in adapting the best-selling book penned in the late 1980’s by Neil Gaiman (now screenwriter of the series) and Terry Pratchett, was long overdue. He points out that “a survey done by the BBC a few […]

44 MINJUN 18
Comments
Executive Producer/Director Douglas Mackinnon Explains How Best-Selling Novel Good Omens Finally Made it to Screens as an Amazon Limited Series

Podcast: Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini on (Finally) Shooting Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini chuckles in looking back at his 20-plus years collaborating with director Terry Gilliam, originally for 1998’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas ...

42 MINMAY 3
Comments
Podcast: Cinematographer Nicola Pecorini on (Finally) Shooting Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote

Podcast: Co-Visual Effects Supervisors Richard Hollander and Eric Saindon on the VFX Complexity of Alita: Battle Angel

VFX industry veterans Eric Hollander and Eric Saindon had been involved with the intriguing notion of producing visual effects for Alita: Battle Angel for literally decades when the opportunity finally arrived.

40 MINMAR 1
Comments
Podcast: Co-Visual Effects Supervisors Richard Hollander and Eric Saindon on the VFX Complexity of Alita: Battle Angel

Podcast: Cinematographer Yves Bélanger, CSC, on Shooting Clint Eastwood’s The Mule

With Clint Eastwood’s longtime cinematographer, Tom Stern, ASC, unavailable, the famed director turned to Canadian cinematographer Yves Bélanger for the first time to shoot his current movie, The Mule, and in the process, gave Bélanger a big thrill. “I knew [Eastwood’s work] because I have been watching his movies since I was about seven years […]

31 MINJAN 12
Comments
Podcast: Cinematographer Yves Bélanger, CSC, on Shooting Clint Eastwood’s The Mule

Editor Patrick Don Vito on Putting Green Book Together

As director Peter Farrellybegan working on his current acclaimed film, Green Book, he quickly found an old colleague knocking at his door, asking to participate. Editor Patrick Don Vito had worked with Farrelly a couple of times in the past, and happened to read the Green Book script before learning his friend was attached to […]

28 MIN2018 NOV 30
Comments
Editor Patrick Don Vito on Putting Green Book Together

Cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, Shoots the Moon for First Man

As he finished shooting La La Land, earning himself an Academy Award in the process, cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, learned his next project, also in partnership with director Damien Chazelle, was going to be a far different creature. It was on the set of La La Land that Chazelle first told Sandgren about his next […]

42 MIN2018 OCT 12
Comments
Cinematographer Linus Sandgren, FSF, Shoots the Moon for First Man

How Gaffer Martin Smith Lit Up Mission: Impossible – Fallout

One of the biggest and most pressure-filled jobs on Christopher McQuarrie’s new action hit, Mission: Impossible– Fallout, fell into the lap of U.K.-based gaffer Martin Smith. McQuarrie was returning to the franchise for a second straight effort — the first director to direct two films in the series — but he was determined to craft […]

49 MIN2018 AUG 8
Comments
How Gaffer Martin Smith Lit Up Mission: Impossible – Fallout

How Director Ben Lewin Gave Ballplayer/Spy Moe Berg’s Quirky Story, The Catcher Was a Spy, a Cinematic Twist

Director Ben Lewin says the biggest challenge he faced when making the new indie film, The Catcher Was a Spy, starring Paul Rudd, was his lead character himself. The movie spotlights a key time in the mysterious life of a unique historical figure, Moe Berg — a Jewish professional baseball player who spoke several languages […]

36 MIN2018 JUN 27
Comments
How Director Ben Lewin Gave Ballplayer/Spy Moe Berg’s Quirky Story, The Catcher Was a Spy, a Cinematic Twist
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