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Join host Kalena Boller as she shines the spotlight on the many names you see scroll by AFTER the movies. Ever wonder what a Key Grip does? Or a Gaffer? Who's the Best Boy? The Credits Podcast is a bi-monthly discussion with the crew members that create the television shows and films that we all love and enjoy. Get the inside scoop on what they really do and their personal journeys into the world of make believe. Kalena Boller is a filmmaker and location manager based in Atlanta, GA. She's worked in film and television production almost exclusively in Georgia since 2005. From 2011-13, she wrote movie reviews for InSite Atlanta Magazine. From 2012-15, she produced and co-hosted The Reel Snobs Podcast. Her work was brought to the attention of news outlets such as CNN, NPR, and Georgia Public Broadcasting, where she frequents as a guest on the morning talk show On Second Thought with Celeste Headlee. Kalena currently resides in Hapeville, GA with her husband Harrison and a clumsy but lovable bulldog named Kenny. The Credits is a production of Zero Mile Media.

Latest Episodes

118: Erica Young, Producer's Assistant

Kalena talks to Erica Young, Producer's Assistant. Erica details the multifaceted responsibilities that go into her work, charts her career path and future aspirations, and discusses the current industry climate in the wake of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. Erica's IMDb page: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3053390/?ref_=nv_sr_1

19 MIN2018 MAY 4
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118: Erica Young, Producer's Assistant

117: Linda Burns, Producer and Organizer of the Atlanta Film Festival

Producer, Director of the Creative Conference for the Atlanta Film Festival and all around renaissance woman Linda Burns has seen and done it all. Having worked all aspects of production, Linda talks about the transformation from student to teacher and educates us on what it means to be a producer.

40 MIN2018 APR 7
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117: Linda Burns, Producer and Organizer of the Atlanta Film Festival

116: Jen Farris, Location Scout

Jen Farris gives us some insight into what it means to be a location scout and talks about translating and materializing the vision of the screenwriter.

24 MIN2018 MAR 24
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116: Jen Farris, Location Scout

115: Qualen Bradley and Joel Ray Ishman, Stand-Ins

Joel and Qualen stop by to discuss their experiences working on ‘Atlanta’ and ‘Black Panther’, learning and navigating the set, building relationships and using your gifts to excel in your field. We also get a glimpse into the technical side of being a stand-in. What is the “stand-in back door”? Tune in and find out!

26 MIN2018 MAR 1
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115: Qualen Bradley and Joel Ray Ishman, Stand-Ins

114: Curtis Bonds Baker, Unit Stills Photographer

Kalena meets with Curtis Bonds Baker, a unit stills photographer. He documents moments that play out both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Curtis tells us about his career and his love for photography.

17 MIN2018 FEB 17
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114: Curtis Bonds Baker, Unit Stills Photographer

113: Greg Waddle, Grip

Kalena heads to the workshop of Greg Waddle, a true film industry Renaissance Man. He's done it all. But he's currently working as a Grip, one of those mysterious job titles that rolls past at the end of the film. What does a Grip do? Listen in to find out...

14 MIN2018 JAN 27
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113: Greg Waddle, Grip

112: Ryan Taylor, Locations Manager

Locations Manager may not be the most glamorous job in film - the hours are long and the obstacles are many - but for Ryan Taylor, it's never a dull moment. And nothing feels better than turning a sleepy Atlanta suburb into an exact replica of Nice, France. Ryan's IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2729703/?ref_=fn_al_nm_6

17 MIN2018 JAN 7
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112: Ryan Taylor, Locations Manager

111: Danny Gorbachov

Danny Gorbachov is most proud of his work when it goes unnoticed. As Props Assistant, his job is to make sure the objects in a movie look so natural, you look at the action, and not the props.

17 MIN2017 DEC 15
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111: Danny Gorbachov
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Latest Episodes

118: Erica Young, Producer's Assistant

Kalena talks to Erica Young, Producer's Assistant. Erica details the multifaceted responsibilities that go into her work, charts her career path and future aspirations, and discusses the current industry climate in the wake of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. Erica's IMDb page: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3053390/?ref_=nv_sr_1

19 MIN2018 MAY 4
Comments
118: Erica Young, Producer's Assistant

117: Linda Burns, Producer and Organizer of the Atlanta Film Festival

Producer, Director of the Creative Conference for the Atlanta Film Festival and all around renaissance woman Linda Burns has seen and done it all. Having worked all aspects of production, Linda talks about the transformation from student to teacher and educates us on what it means to be a producer.

40 MIN2018 APR 7
Comments
117: Linda Burns, Producer and Organizer of the Atlanta Film Festival

116: Jen Farris, Location Scout

Jen Farris gives us some insight into what it means to be a location scout and talks about translating and materializing the vision of the screenwriter.

24 MIN2018 MAR 24
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116: Jen Farris, Location Scout

115: Qualen Bradley and Joel Ray Ishman, Stand-Ins

Joel and Qualen stop by to discuss their experiences working on ‘Atlanta’ and ‘Black Panther’, learning and navigating the set, building relationships and using your gifts to excel in your field. We also get a glimpse into the technical side of being a stand-in. What is the “stand-in back door”? Tune in and find out!

26 MIN2018 MAR 1
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115: Qualen Bradley and Joel Ray Ishman, Stand-Ins

114: Curtis Bonds Baker, Unit Stills Photographer

Kalena meets with Curtis Bonds Baker, a unit stills photographer. He documents moments that play out both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Curtis tells us about his career and his love for photography.

17 MIN2018 FEB 17
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114: Curtis Bonds Baker, Unit Stills Photographer

113: Greg Waddle, Grip

Kalena heads to the workshop of Greg Waddle, a true film industry Renaissance Man. He's done it all. But he's currently working as a Grip, one of those mysterious job titles that rolls past at the end of the film. What does a Grip do? Listen in to find out...

14 MIN2018 JAN 27
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113: Greg Waddle, Grip

112: Ryan Taylor, Locations Manager

Locations Manager may not be the most glamorous job in film - the hours are long and the obstacles are many - but for Ryan Taylor, it's never a dull moment. And nothing feels better than turning a sleepy Atlanta suburb into an exact replica of Nice, France. Ryan's IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2729703/?ref_=fn_al_nm_6

17 MIN2018 JAN 7
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112: Ryan Taylor, Locations Manager

111: Danny Gorbachov

Danny Gorbachov is most proud of his work when it goes unnoticed. As Props Assistant, his job is to make sure the objects in a movie look so natural, you look at the action, and not the props.

17 MIN2017 DEC 15
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111: Danny Gorbachov
the END
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