Day 9

Day 9: The Filmmaker’s Podcast | Corpus Delicti

The Filmmaker’s Podcast
The Filmmakers Podcast is all about how to make films. From studio films to micro budget films and everything in between. Regular hosts Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dan Richardson (Retribution), Andrew Rodger (World of Darkness) and Christian James (Fanged Up) discuss how to get films made, how to actually make them and how to try not to f… it up in their very humble opinion. Chatting with regular guests who range from directors, producers, writers, actors, cinematographers, editors and many more all about the craft of making films.

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If True crime is your thing, it’s ours too. With a dash of lightheartedness and a touch of southern charm.

The Filmmaker’s Podcast: How to edit Gravity and win an OSCAR for doing it.

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Mark Sanger joins us to discuss how he edited Gravity and won an Oscar while doing it. Working with directors Michael Bay on Transformers and Alfonso Cuarón on Gravity and other film-making tips and tricks.
More episodes of note: How To Get Noticed As A Filmmaker & Crowdsourcing Your Film with Rich Botto | How To Distribute Your Indie Film with Jason Brubaker

“I loved the episode on How to Edit Gravity & Transformers and Win an Oscar from The Filmmakers Podcast. It provided such great insights onto the collaborative effort that goes into making a movie (even an indie!). I walked away having a renewed appreciation for post-production and yearning to listen to more episodes.”
-Accio Politics

“How to Edit Gravity and Win an Oscar
A podcast focusing on the film industry and making of films, hosted by those working in the industry. Talking to editors and screenwriters and those often unsung heroes who make the movies we love happen. The FilmMaker’s Podcast takes you behind the scenes for in-depth conversations that demystify the movie-making process. Crucial to those wanting to get into the industry.”
-Friday Is Game Night

“An engaging and funny episode that offers a look behind the curtain to the complicated world of filmmaking. With co-hosts and an engaging guest, all of whom have worn many hats in the industry, listeners can hear what goes into making a movie, editing, etc. With a specific inside look into the habits of directors and producers like Michael Bay and Alfonso Cuaron to the actual faces like Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Gravity, listeners learn tips, tricks, and insights into small and large-scale productions. The biggest takeaway from this look behind the curtain, though, may offer some encouragement or reassurance for individuals trying to break into the industry. Our co-hosts and guest encourage people to remain patient as seek to launch their careers. There is also a great balance within this fun conversational podcast; no one dominates the conversation but all parties voices are respected by everyone involved. Quality and length of this episode was great–clearly a lot of editing time goes into this podcast, though, that is no surprise given that the hosts have worn many hats in the production business. This is a must-listen for anyone interested in filmmaking, production, or getting into the industry itself.”
-Classroom Brew

Corpus Delicti: Donald Leroy Evans
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In the first episode that ventures out of Alabama, our case comes from the neighboring state of Mississippi. Was Donald Leroy Evans one of the nation’s most prolific serial killers, or was he seeking attention?
More episodes of note: Los Feliz Murder Mansion | Carrie Lawson

“Jenn and Lindsay have been added to my podcast playlist because they pulled me within the first few minutes. I enjoyed their chemistry and the fact the true crime they cover is focused on a specific area. In the Donald Leroy Evans episode, there was a personal connection, making the dialogue and the crimes interesting and a little scary. Hearing Lindsay go down memory lane and the impact it had on her and her true crime obsession, made the crimes more real. This was an easy episode to listen to and I’m looking forward to hearing more episodes and getting to know the hosts even more.”
-Brodette Nation

“As someone who doesn’t tend to listen to podcasts of the True Crime nature, I found this episode of Corupus Delicti about Donald Leroy Evans very interesting. The delivery of the facts of the case wasn’t too heavy and it was easy to follow the progress as the hosts shared the case and their thoughts on it. It was refreshing to hear their conversational style of talking about True Crime; there were lighter moments but they didn’t detract from the seriousness of the case they were exploring”
-Sunshine & PowerCuts