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In each episode, filmmakers Will Liney and Ieuan Coombs focus on finding answers to the big questions in short filmmaking. They do so by discussing their own experiences making short films as well as prior research into the industry. Delving into the mistakes they have made, and what they wish they knew before starting out on their own short film journeys, they hope to find the answers so you don’t have to. A big thank you to Thomas Benjamin Cooper for the music on this podcast!
 
The best short films for life-long learning, recommended BY teachers FOR teachers. Every episode features "my 3 favorite shorts" as chosen by guests across all areas of learning. A 1/2 hour show published monthly, with 7-10min highlights on YouTube a week after each new audio episode. New in 2018: exploring the theme of education in a changing world. Made in Australia, the Short Film capital of the world!
 
The Sundance Institute Short Film Challenge is asking filmmakers to create and submit short films that celebrate the ingenuity and imagination that citizens employ to overcome real life issues brought on by extreme poverty. The following five films were commissioned to launch an invitation to filmmakers everywhere to submit their work for review. They were produced with grants from the Sundance Institute and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and are a great example of the type of work we ...
 
Feature and a short is an monthly screening hosted by Fourwind Films where an appointed contributor presents their chosen feature motion picture and a short movie. There is only one condition for screening selection: the presenter must have been directly involved with one picture, but not the other.
 
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Ieuan and Will are back and they are back with a bang! This week they talk about editing. They discuss how they got into editing themselves, as well as how important it is for a director to have an understanding of the editing process. They talk about rhythm, pace, cutting for emotion, and the resources they have found helpful! Resources Mentioned:…
 
Ilaria Polsonetti is an Emmy nominated Editor of documentary films. She creates smooth edits in her edits and enjoys creativity in her work. She is kind and collaborative in her process which she goes through today in our episode. Ilaria brought the New York Times OpDoc Dulce. It’s an ideal documentary for Ilaria that has patience, fantastic locati…
 
After a brief interlude, Will and Ieuan are back with another episode! They discuss the components that make great acting performances and how you can foster an environment as a director that enables them. They tackle casting, rehearsal process, on set direction, and what to do if it all goes wrong! Resources mentioned: "How to tell good acting fro…
 
Ieuan and Will sit down to tackle another question that's too big to fit in the title box: "What should I look for in a cinematographer, and what kind of relationship should we have?" The talk about their relationships with cinematographers on short films, including process, mistakes, and how to find that all important collaborator. They also discu…
 
Will and Ieuan tackle a question so big that it can't fit in the title box! "What should I look for in a producer and what kind of relationship should we have?" They start off by talking about how a film producer’s duties can be difficult to define and varies from production to production. They also discuss their own personal experiences with produ…
 
Ieuan and Will talk about their own writing processes, including what has helped and hindered them. They compare their processes to other filmmakers. They also discuss “having something to say” in short films vs. making short films purely for entertainment, and how both tend to perform at film festivals. Resources mentioned: Podcasts: Team Deakins …
 
Meet Rebecca Stern, a director and producer of documentary films. She has absolutely soared in her career since one of her first jobs as a Production Coordinator on the Oscar-nominated feature documentary Cartel Land. Her directorial debut Well Groomed is now streaming on HBO. Rebecca, or Becky, is open, humble, and a delight to talk with. Our appo…
 
WARNING: This episode is a workflow episode. It is made for people with extensive knowledge in post-production and can be confusing if you do not have that background. If you do not have that background skip to another one of our episodes. Welcome to another COVID Feature & a Short episode: Mastering File Differences. In this workflow process share…
 
Welcome to the second Fresh Air Award! Four cinephiles continue a Fourwind Films tradition of awarding a film that pushed cinema forward the most as an art form during a particular decade. The film has to have changed movies in some way and made a lasting impression on the filmmakers. This episode goes way back in film history: 1900-1909. Before ge…
 
Meet Megan Masur, a Brooklyn-based Director of Photography and Steadicam operator. She’s an incredible utility person with a ton of technical experience having worked in animation, as a DIT, and as a camera assistant while building towards her career as a cinematographer. Fourwind Films has had the pleasure of hiring Megan for a number of projects,…
 
There’s a connection between 70’s cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Justin Joseph Hall’s directorial debut, “Prologue,” which he gets into this episode of Feature & a short. After watching the two films, Justin answers audience questions. He shares what it was like collaborating with writer Piper Werle on Prologue’s script, how locat…
 
WARNING: This episode is a workflow episode. It is made for people with extensive knowledge in Post-Production and can be confusing if you do not have that background. If you do not have that background skip to another one of our episodes. Welcome to another COVID Feature & a short episode: Coloring Differences. Owner of Fourwind Films, Justin Jose…
 
WARNING: This episode is a workflow episode. It is made for people with extensive knowledge in post-production and can be confusing if you do not have that background. If you do not have that backgorung skip to another one of our episodes. Welcome to another COVID Feature & a Short episode: Assistant Editing. Most assistant editors want to advance …
 
WARNING: This episode is a workflow episode. It is made for people with extensive knowledge in post-production and can be confusing if you do not have that background. If you do not have that background skip to another one of our episodes. Welcome to another COVID Feature & a Short episode: Setting Up in Post-Production Differences, which focuses o…
 
Welcome to another COVID film list Feature & a short Black Media Matters which focuses on the importance of black voices within the film industry and how diversity within the cinema space benefits the art form. For so long black talent has been suppressed within the industry but when a diamond shines so bright, one can’t help but notice it in the r…
 
Welcome to a totally COVID kind of Feature & a short. Fourwind Films has decided to dedicate a podcast to talking about the best of the contagion films seen by our accountant Laura Davi, and your host, Justin Joseph Hall who has been called a movie encyclopedia. We redirect our documenting of our small film events to bring you our second film list …
 
Christian Felix is an actor from Chicago now based in New York City. He now regularly does a specific kind of acting in diversity training, which is one of the coolest jobs you’ve never heard of previously. No matter what you say about Christian, he is definitely a professional storyteller. On top of him expressively recounting amazing adventures ,…
 
Video in HD http://www.marcnadal.com/where-you-cant-reachAlzheimer's is the main theme of " Where you can’t reach", a short film starring by the actresses Assumpta Serna ("Matador") and Aida Oset ("Three days with the family")."Where you can't get there" is a short film directed by Marc Nadal, where family selfishness comes to light when Maria (Ass…
 
Welcome to a totally different kind of Feature & a short. Inspired by the podcast format of Filmspotting’s Best of episodes and award shows, Fourwind Films has decided to dedicate a podcast to talking about the best of the 2010 decade. We’ve picked a panel of four people who love films to discuss their favorite films of the decade. At the end the g…
 
Notes: http://tinyurl.com/SFTL3E4Q1: Who made up the ‘Committee of Ten’ and when did they set the basic curriculum for generations of American students?Q2: Students from which schools go to the new Australian Tech Schools in the state of Victoria?Q3: What is the Banyule Nillumbik Tech School's ‘Maker Faire’ and what skills does it help students lea…
 
Full notes: http://tinyurl.com/SFTL3E3Aaron Tait is the co-author of ‘Edupreneur’, a book which gives teachers how-to steps for unleashing change from the classroom up. He’s also the co-founder of Education Changemakers which provides innovation support through workshops and conferences around the world. With 3 Masters Degrees, active military serv…
 
Notes: http://tinyurl.com/SFTL3E3Q1: According to Aaron, what is arguably the most successful social enterprise in the world?Q2: How does storytelling differ to a polished, prepared speech?Q3: We all have the power to make positive change in educating the next generation. What advice does Aaron have for the more ‘shy’ teachers?Find out the answers …
 
Notes: http://tinyurl.com/SFTL3E2Full length interview with Sid Verma.Sid is an entrepreneur and founder of a new organisation called BrainSTEM: a STEM collaboration platform connecting high school students with universities and industry around Australia. Sid has a positive outlook on the future of work as we embrace the “4th industrial revolution”…
 
Notes: https://tinyurl.com/SFTL3E2Q1: What is the most significant change of the 4th industrial revolution?Q2: Technophiles assume technology can solve all the problems all the time. What’s an example of a technology that creates its own problems?Q3: What does Sid suggest the jobs of the future will value most of all?Find out the answers in this we…
 
Notes: http://tinyurl.com/SFTL3Ep1Q1: “STEM is a hoax”, says Steve. Why?Q2: Ambient computing is coming, replacing the immature technologies of today. Why are science fiction films so important?Q3: “Life is full of second chances, in fact every day is another chance to write a new script.” What’s so important about ‘side-projects’ according to Stev…
 
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