Whether you’re looking for the latest tips and trends of the biz, or you’d like the inside scoop from your peers on the making of that new flick, these podcasts are sure to be right up your alley.
1. Art of the Cut
“Art of the Cut” is a podcast from ProVideo Coalition by FilmTools, hosted by professional editor Steve Hullfish. Every week, Hullfish interviews the top film and TV editors in the business, dishing secrets from inside the editing bay of the latest hit TV shows and feature films -- while celebrating (or commiserating!) about life as an editor.
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2. The Business
Kim Masters, editor-at-large of The Hollywood Reporter and former NPR correspondent, hosts KCRW’s “The Business” podcast, a weekly peek into industry news and interviews with some of the biggest names in Hollywood. The star-studded guest list has included Norman Lear, Ava DuVernay, Judd Apatow, and Ice Cube.
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3. The No Film School Podcast
Love to hear about new tech driving the entertainment industry? This one’s for you. Produced by nofilmschool.com -- a vast, worldwide community of filmmakers, video producers, and independent creatives -- The “No Film School Podcast” breaks news on industry technology and tools, like cameras, lighting, and apps. Hosts Charles Hain and George Edelman also interview best-in-class pros in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing -- always imparting knowledge from filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
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All about the sound? “Tonebenders” is bound to be your jam. Take a deep dive into the trials and tribulations of working in sound editing, field recording, and audio post production -- whether you’re in film/television or gaming. Hosted by a collective of sound design professionals bringing nearly 60 years of combined knowledge and experience, Tonebenders shares thoughts and stories on every facet of sound design: from manipulation to synthesis, from track layouts to secret editing tricks.
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5. The Allan McKay Podcast
In this popular podcast, award-winning visual effects supervisor and technical director Allan McKay chats with seasoned Hollywood pros in VFX (and beyond) about their careers, complete with the high points, the pitfalls, and stories of their paths to success.
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