Buried Cinema công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
We love movies. Every week we spend countless hours viewing, meditating upon, and engaging in lengthy pseudo-intellectual discourse about movies--hours that probably should be spent doing something more productive. Eventually, we decided to start recording our conversations on a wax cylinder. While the medium may have not been the best choice for audio quality, we have managed to improve the technology so that our rants could be understood. And there was much rejoicing in the land (except fr ...
 
Meet the stars of new movie Transformers: The Last Knight, including Laura Haddock, Jerrod Carmichael and Isabela Moner. The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark W ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Cinematographer Eduard Grau, ASC thinks it's important to take risks in filmmaking because it sparks creativity and passion for what you're doing. Passing director Rebecca Hall had worked with Edu on several films as an actor, and trusted him to bring his creative skill to her first directorial project. Based on the 1929 novel by Nella Larsen, Hall…
 
Cinematographer Miahi Mălaimare Jr. understands the power of images to communicate a feeling right away, and in a more straightforward way than with spoken language. For The Harder They Fall, Mihai discovered that as both a director and a singer-songwriter, Jeymes Samuel communicates through music, and the two enjoyed working together to find the v…
 
Our host Illya Friedman had the opportunity to speak to one of his former film instructors, Jay Rosenblatt at CamerImage back in 2019. Jay taught Super 8 Filmmaking at San Francisco State University and has made over 30 short films. As a member of the jury for the Energa CamerImage film festival in Poland for the past several years, Jay looks for i…
 
Dan Attias has directed dozens of episodes of critically acclaimed television shows such as The Wire, The Sopranos, Homeland, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Americans, Billions, and many more. His years of experience led him to write the book, Directing Great Television: Inside TV's New Golden Age. The book is not only for those who want to direct,…
 
When director Ruth Platt first wrote and developed Martyrs Lane, it started off as much more of a horror film rather than a psychological thriller. She had the opportunity to develop the film into a feature from a short through BFI, the British Film Institute. In its feature form, Ruth pulled Martyrs Lane into a more unsettling ghost story that's t…
 
After working together for 25 years, cinematographer Robert Yeoman, ASC and director Wes Anderson share a similar aesthetic and creative process. Bob finds he can anticipate what Anderson wants to see and exactly how he wants to shoot things. The trademark of a Wes Anderson movie is a sense of humor and whimsy, and each film has a distinct color pa…
 
Director and writer Potsy Ponciroli was scouting a location for another movie in the countryside just outside Nashville, Tennessee when he saw a historic old house built in the early 1900's at the bottom of a valley. He began thinking about how lonely and isolated a person living in that house might be, and it planted the seed of an idea to write O…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Sammy and Todd discuss Cauldron Video releases of The Collingswood Story (2002) directed by Michael Constanza and 1974: La Posesion de Altair (2016) directed by Victor Dryere!!! Thanks for everything over the past years, the show will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future due to unfo…
 
The new Netflix movie, The Guilty follows Jake Gyllenhaal as Joe Baylor, an LAPD police detective who has been demoted to working at a call center as a 911 dispatcher. The film was shot during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in November of 2020 in just 11 days with a very small cast and crew on a controlled soundstage. Additional actors remotel…
 
Using content collaboration tools and being able to share assets remotely has certainly become essential these days. Guest Nate Watkin walks us through his new software, Assemble, which is a complete project management platform for video production teams, from pre-production all the way through post-production. The software is very easy to use and …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy are sponsored by DiabolikDVD.com and we bring you coverage of Dead and Buried (1981) directed by Gary Sherman and The Dead Zone (1983) directed by David Cronenberg!!! Please head over to Diabolik DVD and buy some discs and tell them that the GGtMC sent ya!!! Emails to midnitec…
 
In our first ever panel series, Ben and Illya speak to cinematographers Ana Amortegui (Resident Alien), Byron Kopman (Demonic), Bryant Fisher (Lenox Hill), and Julia Swain (Lucky) as they discuss their current work, career journeys, creative processes, challenges and career goals.Be sure to check out the video panel on YouTube! Produced in partners…
 
Cinematographer John Guleserian has never liked to be pigeonholed into one genre. He's shot several romantic films, comedy movies and TV series, and with his latest film, Candyman, he can add horror movies to his skill set.After attending film school at Columbia College in Chicago and then AFI, John worked on several small films and web series befo…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week we welcome back Large William for a discussion on the cinematic resonance of one Sonny Chiba and we discuss The Street Fighter (1974) directed by Shigehiro Ozawa and Return of the Street Fighter (1974) also directed by Shigehiro Ozawa!!! It was great to have Will back and look forward to mor…
 
The film Settlers is a blend of science fiction and western, about a mother, father and little girl who have created a peaceful homestead on a desolate part of Mars until another band of colonists invade their land and take everything. The girl, Remmy, must grow up fast under difficult circumstances. Her only friend is a small non-verbal robot call…
 
Cinematographer Donald A. Morgan, ASC has won 10 Emmys and is nominated this year for three more for his work on Netflix's The Upshaws, Fox's Last Man Standing, and ABC's The Conners. Like a few cinematographers, Donald had some experience studying architecture in college, which enabled him to take two dimensional drawings and visualize them in thr…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy share thoughts on Scarlet Street (1945) directed by Fritz Lang and Toys Are Not For Children (1972) directed by Stanley H. Brassloff and released by Arrow Video!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
Director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and cinematographer Sayombhu Mukdeeprom have worked together on Call Me By Your Name and Suspira. Ferdinando served as the second unit director on both films. Beckett is the second feature Ferdinando has written and directed. Sayombhu also shot Ferdinando's first feature, Antonia, and was Oscar-nominated for his …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy discuss The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953) directed by Roy Rowland and Runaway (1984) directed by Michael Crichton!!! We hope you enjoy the show!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
When Mark Doering-Powell, ASC was hired as the DP of Freeform's grown-ish after season one, he knew the show had to expand the storylines of each character's college experience. He was excited to take more of an anthology approach to some of the episodes, and get creative shooting each chapter with multiple looks.A single camera half-hour comedy su…
 
Our returning guest Checco Varese, ASC talks to The Cinepod about his latest work on the Amazon Prime show, THEM. As a trained architect, Checco finds some of the same techniques are useful in cinematography, such as understanding the use of space, flow, color, art and construction. Having spatial awareness as a cinematographer helps in understandi…
 
The Cinematography Podcast Special Episode: A tribute to cinematographer Dan KneeceWe were incredibly saddened by the loss of cinematographer and Steadicam expert Dan Kneece. He was a friend and previous guest of The Cinematography Podcast. Here we have re-posted his 2018 episode in memorial and tribute to his long career.Dan Kneece spent nearly 3 …
 
Cinematographer Flavio Labiano doesn't consider himself an artist with a capital “A” but more of a craftsperson. To him, cinematography is a craft that you learn by making mistakes and taking risks, like any other craft that you hone and improve over time.On Disney's Jungle Cruise, Flavio found the planning and pre-production stages of the huge-sca…
 
Welcome to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy jump into the Criterion Collection and cover Nightmare Alley (1947) directed by Edmund Goulding and The Big Boss (1971) directed by Lo Wei!!! We hope you enjoy the episode!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
In the film The Evening Hour, director Braden King wanted to immerse the viewer in a fully formed world, with spare dialog and little exposition. This approach appealed to cinematographer Declan Quinn, ASC. With such little dialog, Declan paid close attention to finding the right camera placement, how each scene was composed and how the images told…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Todd and Sammy discuss Fast Company (1979) directed by David Cronenberg and A Force of One (1979) directed by Paul Aaron!!! Sit back and enjoy the episode and have a lovely week!!! Emails to midnitecinema@gmail.com Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message…
 
One of Adam Bricker's favorite things about being a cinematographer is the opportunity to collaborate with different filmmakers, try something new and make each project the best it can be. His most recent project is the HBO Max comedy series Hacks, which just earned him an Emmy nomination for best cinematography. Adam was given the scripts for the …
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login