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Robert Rippberger & Tobias Deml

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Media has always played an important role around the globe. We live in a world of influence and social change - and as filmmakers, we want to contribute to a better world.The question is: How can we make better films that accelerate progress and help people become stronger critical thinkers? How can we expose issues that are important, and publish content that challenges popular conceptions?These podcasts along with the cinema of change magazine take a multidisciplinary approach and interviews filmmakers, psychologists, researchers and academics. It analyzes success stories of films that had an impact, and portrays companies that are following this path.Cinema of Change is a platform to bring impact filmmakers together to share ideas and to challenge our assumptions through debate.

Latest Episodes

Jeanette Milio: Financing your Film

Jeanette Millo is a Producer with 20 years of experience, born and raised in Germany, currently teaching Film Finance at USC. Her students have inspired her to write her new book, Entertainment Finance Today. We talk about what it was like to break into Hollywood as a Native German, the importance of weighing the story you want to tell against what it can make, and how to tell impactful stories.

50 MIN2019 AUG 28
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Jeanette Milio: Financing your Film

Daniel Ragussis on Ideology and Radicalization

On this episode of the podcast Ragussis talks about what drove him to create the film. He talks about how he humanized the characters in the film by understanding their ideology and displaying qualities beyond just their views. This week we're also joined by special guest (TM), a former member of the white supremacist movement from Germany who advises on how best to reform and save those on the path to radicalization. TM discusses his own experiences and how they relate to what's portrait in the film.

50 MIN2019 AUG 14
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Daniel Ragussis on Ideology and Radicalization

Chance Morrison: Content Responsibility

ChanceMorrison has worked at HBO for 11 years, holding various positions and currently working in the department for Corporate Social Responsibility. Chance works on impact campaigns for all HBO content, ranging from Sesame Street to Euphoria.

47 MIN2019 JUL 26
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Chance Morrison: Content Responsibility

Stacy Traub: The Impact When Writing a Modern Sitcom

This week on the Cinema of Change podcast we’re talking with writer and show-runner Stacy Traub. Stacy Traub has worked as a writer and show-runner on shows like, Glee, Trophy Wife, The Real O'Neals, and Black-ish.

49 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Stacy Traub: The Impact When Writing a Modern Sitcom

Mark Litwak: Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. This episode is an interview with entertainment attorney Mark Litwak called, "Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution." Mark Litwak is a veteran entertainment attorney. As a Producer’s Representative, he assists filmmakers in arranging financing, marketing and distribution of their films. Litwak has packaged movie projects and served as executive producer on such feature films as “The Proposal,” “Out Of Line,” “Pressure,” and“Diamond Dog.”He has provided legal services or worked as a producer rep on more than 200 feature films. Litwak is also the author of six books:Reel Power, The Struggle for Influence and Success in the New Hollywood(William Morrow, 1986), Courtroom Crusaders (William Morrow, 1989), Dealmaking in the Film & Television Industry (Silman...

55 MIN2016 OCT 3
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Mark Litwak: Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution

Joshua Oppenheimer: Why Filmmakers Shouldn't Chase Impact

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Joshua Lincoln Oppenheimer was born in 1974 in Austin, Texas. He is a two-time Oscar-nominated American film director based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Oppenheimer has a Bachelor of Arts-degree summa cum laude in filmmaking from Harvard University and a PhD from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts in London. Oppenheimer spent 12 years in Indonesia and returned with two internationally praised documentaries, The Act of Killing (2012) & The Look of Silence (2014), both challenged the documentary film form and shed new light on the minds behind The Indonesian Genocide of 1965-1966. 01:30How films can change both the world and the people in and behind them. 02:20 - The true impact of films 07:05 The psychology of perpetrators 10:40 What screenwrit...

23 MIN2016 SEP 14
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Joshua Oppenheimer: Why Filmmakers Shouldn't Chase Impact

Glenn Sparks: Is Media Impact Real?

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Glenn Sparks wrote one of the most used textbooks for media studies titled: Media Effects Research: A Basic Overview. Over the past 30 years, Glenn has become one of the foremost experts in how media effects individuals and society. In his career in academia, his lectures took him around the world from Canada to Ethiopia. We are pleased to have him join us at Cinema of Change. We hope you find the conversation interesting and evocative. Subscribe to make sure you don’t miss an episode. Be the change that you want to see in the world. Then, turn it into cinema.

38 MIN2015 NOV 26
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Glenn Sparks: Is Media Impact Real?

Nicholas Paige: The French New Wave and a Look to the Future

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Professor Paige teaches at the UC Berkeley French Department and has published a number of papers and books focusing mostly on seventeenth and eighteenth-century French literature and culture. What makes him so unique to us is that he is on of the foremost experts on the French New Wave - and the magazine that came with it, the “Cahiers du Cinema.” This period in 1960s French Cinema sparked a revolution in filmmaking worldwide. How could a few french intellectuals change the face of cinema? We’re about to find out. 00:25 - Intro: The French New Wave (FNW) 01:23 - How does a film movement form and become successful? 05:50 - Did the "Cahier du Cinema" magazine dictate the course of the French New Wave? 10:12 - How did the FNW filmmakers transition from critic to creator? 13...

41 MIN2015 AUG 15
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Nicholas Paige: The French New Wave and a Look to the Future

Lee Mun Wah: How Cinema Challenges our Perspective on Race

Welcome to theCinema of Changepodcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Lee Mun Wah is an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker, author, poet, Asian folkteller, educator, community therapist and master diversity trainer. For more than 25 years he was a resource specialist and counselor in the San Francisco Unified School District. He has produced several documentaries discussing the impact of race relations in America. His list of works includes Last Chance for Eden which isa three part documentary about racism and sexismas well as his most famous film The Color of Fear. Lee Mun Wah is now the Executive Director of Stirfry Seminars & Consulting, a diversity training company that provides educational tools and workshops on issues pertaining to cross-cultural communication and awareness, mindful facilitation, and conflict m...

43 MIN2015 JUL 15
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Lee Mun Wah: How Cinema Challenges our Perspective on Race

Linda Williams: What Really Are Filmmakers Up To?

Welcome to theCinema of Changepodcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Linda Williams is a professor in the Film and Rhetoric departments at UC Berkeley. She teaches courses on pornography, melodrama, and “body genres.” In 1989 she published a study of pornographic film entitled Hard Core: Power, Pleasure and the Frenzy of the Visible (second edition 1999). More recently she published Screening Sex(Duke, 2008), a history of the revelation and concealment of sex at the movies. In 2001 Williams published Playing the Race Card: Melodramas of Black and White, from Uncle Tom to O.J. Simpson (2001, Princeton)–an analysis of racial melodrama spanning the 19th and 20th centuries of American culture. 00:27 - Intro: Linda Williams 01:04 - How does the depiction of female characters influence women? 02:45 - How can filmmakers avoid including their uncons...

30 MIN2015 JUN 15
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Linda Williams: What Really Are Filmmakers Up To?

Latest Episodes

Jeanette Milio: Financing your Film

Jeanette Millo is a Producer with 20 years of experience, born and raised in Germany, currently teaching Film Finance at USC. Her students have inspired her to write her new book, Entertainment Finance Today. We talk about what it was like to break into Hollywood as a Native German, the importance of weighing the story you want to tell against what it can make, and how to tell impactful stories.

50 MIN2019 AUG 28
Comments
Jeanette Milio: Financing your Film

Daniel Ragussis on Ideology and Radicalization

On this episode of the podcast Ragussis talks about what drove him to create the film. He talks about how he humanized the characters in the film by understanding their ideology and displaying qualities beyond just their views. This week we're also joined by special guest (TM), a former member of the white supremacist movement from Germany who advises on how best to reform and save those on the path to radicalization. TM discusses his own experiences and how they relate to what's portrait in the film.

50 MIN2019 AUG 14
Comments
Daniel Ragussis on Ideology and Radicalization

Chance Morrison: Content Responsibility

ChanceMorrison has worked at HBO for 11 years, holding various positions and currently working in the department for Corporate Social Responsibility. Chance works on impact campaigns for all HBO content, ranging from Sesame Street to Euphoria.

47 MIN2019 JUL 26
Comments
Chance Morrison: Content Responsibility

Stacy Traub: The Impact When Writing a Modern Sitcom

This week on the Cinema of Change podcast we’re talking with writer and show-runner Stacy Traub. Stacy Traub has worked as a writer and show-runner on shows like, Glee, Trophy Wife, The Real O'Neals, and Black-ish.

49 MIN2019 MAY 29
Comments
Stacy Traub: The Impact When Writing a Modern Sitcom

Mark Litwak: Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. This episode is an interview with entertainment attorney Mark Litwak called, "Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution." Mark Litwak is a veteran entertainment attorney. As a Producer’s Representative, he assists filmmakers in arranging financing, marketing and distribution of their films. Litwak has packaged movie projects and served as executive producer on such feature films as “The Proposal,” “Out Of Line,” “Pressure,” and“Diamond Dog.”He has provided legal services or worked as a producer rep on more than 200 feature films. Litwak is also the author of six books:Reel Power, The Struggle for Influence and Success in the New Hollywood(William Morrow, 1986), Courtroom Crusaders (William Morrow, 1989), Dealmaking in the Film & Television Industry (Silman...

55 MIN2016 OCT 3
Comments
Mark Litwak: Filmmaking Pitfalls in Deal-Making and Distribution

Joshua Oppenheimer: Why Filmmakers Shouldn't Chase Impact

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Joshua Lincoln Oppenheimer was born in 1974 in Austin, Texas. He is a two-time Oscar-nominated American film director based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Oppenheimer has a Bachelor of Arts-degree summa cum laude in filmmaking from Harvard University and a PhD from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts in London. Oppenheimer spent 12 years in Indonesia and returned with two internationally praised documentaries, The Act of Killing (2012) & The Look of Silence (2014), both challenged the documentary film form and shed new light on the minds behind The Indonesian Genocide of 1965-1966. 01:30How films can change both the world and the people in and behind them. 02:20 - The true impact of films 07:05 The psychology of perpetrators 10:40 What screenwrit...

23 MIN2016 SEP 14
Comments
Joshua Oppenheimer: Why Filmmakers Shouldn't Chase Impact

Glenn Sparks: Is Media Impact Real?

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Glenn Sparks wrote one of the most used textbooks for media studies titled: Media Effects Research: A Basic Overview. Over the past 30 years, Glenn has become one of the foremost experts in how media effects individuals and society. In his career in academia, his lectures took him around the world from Canada to Ethiopia. We are pleased to have him join us at Cinema of Change. We hope you find the conversation interesting and evocative. Subscribe to make sure you don’t miss an episode. Be the change that you want to see in the world. Then, turn it into cinema.

38 MIN2015 NOV 26
Comments
Glenn Sparks: Is Media Impact Real?

Nicholas Paige: The French New Wave and a Look to the Future

Welcome to the Cinema of Change podcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Professor Paige teaches at the UC Berkeley French Department and has published a number of papers and books focusing mostly on seventeenth and eighteenth-century French literature and culture. What makes him so unique to us is that he is on of the foremost experts on the French New Wave - and the magazine that came with it, the “Cahiers du Cinema.” This period in 1960s French Cinema sparked a revolution in filmmaking worldwide. How could a few french intellectuals change the face of cinema? We’re about to find out. 00:25 - Intro: The French New Wave (FNW) 01:23 - How does a film movement form and become successful? 05:50 - Did the "Cahier du Cinema" magazine dictate the course of the French New Wave? 10:12 - How did the FNW filmmakers transition from critic to creator? 13...

41 MIN2015 AUG 15
Comments
Nicholas Paige: The French New Wave and a Look to the Future

Lee Mun Wah: How Cinema Challenges our Perspective on Race

Welcome to theCinema of Changepodcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Lee Mun Wah is an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker, author, poet, Asian folkteller, educator, community therapist and master diversity trainer. For more than 25 years he was a resource specialist and counselor in the San Francisco Unified School District. He has produced several documentaries discussing the impact of race relations in America. His list of works includes Last Chance for Eden which isa three part documentary about racism and sexismas well as his most famous film The Color of Fear. Lee Mun Wah is now the Executive Director of Stirfry Seminars & Consulting, a diversity training company that provides educational tools and workshops on issues pertaining to cross-cultural communication and awareness, mindful facilitation, and conflict m...

43 MIN2015 JUL 15
Comments
Lee Mun Wah: How Cinema Challenges our Perspective on Race

Linda Williams: What Really Are Filmmakers Up To?

Welcome to theCinema of Changepodcast with Tobias Deml and Robert Rippberger. Cinema of Change is a magazine and community that challenges the conventions of film and its ability to effect change in the world. Linda Williams is a professor in the Film and Rhetoric departments at UC Berkeley. She teaches courses on pornography, melodrama, and “body genres.” In 1989 she published a study of pornographic film entitled Hard Core: Power, Pleasure and the Frenzy of the Visible (second edition 1999). More recently she published Screening Sex(Duke, 2008), a history of the revelation and concealment of sex at the movies. In 2001 Williams published Playing the Race Card: Melodramas of Black and White, from Uncle Tom to O.J. Simpson (2001, Princeton)–an analysis of racial melodrama spanning the 19th and 20th centuries of American culture. 00:27 - Intro: Linda Williams 01:04 - How does the depiction of female characters influence women? 02:45 - How can filmmakers avoid including their uncons...

30 MIN2015 JUN 15
Comments
Linda Williams: What Really Are Filmmakers Up To?
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