24 episodios

Craft Truck features informal and casual conversations with the worlds best film & tv professionals. The show covers landmark movies and television series, Oscar winning films, and independent film breakout hits - and some failures too. Get the insights from the directors, cinematographers and the editors involved in making your favorite films and tv. Technical, creative, and informative, this podcast is everything you wanted to learn.

Craft Truck: Conversations with film & TV professionals Craft Truck

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Craft Truck features informal and casual conversations with the worlds best film & tv professionals. The show covers landmark movies and television series, Oscar winning films, and independent film breakout hits - and some failures too. Get the insights from the directors, cinematographers and the editors involved in making your favorite films and tv. Technical, creative, and informative, this podcast is everything you wanted to learn.

    Berenice Eveno – Uncut

    Berenice Eveno – Uncut

    Check out the full conversation with the beautiful Berenice Eveno.

    A true lover of darkness and graphic beauty, Berenice Eveno takes us into her world where we share an inside look into some of her proudest projects. From shooting an entire scene in an unlit hotel room (“Oscar’s Escape”) to getting police permission to shoot topless women running wild in NYC (“Free the Nipple”) Eveno is truly one of the most creative and dauntless cinematographers of her time.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Amy Vincent, cinematographer Footloose, Eve’s Bayou


    Ed Lachman, cinematographer Erin Brockovich, The Virgin Suicide


    Steven Poster, cinematographer Donnie Darko, Strange Brew

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

    • 24 min
    Eduard Grau – Uncut

    Eduard Grau – Uncut

    Check out the full conversation with the wonderful Eduard Grau.

    We share a few laughs with Eduard Grau as he discusses some of his ups and downs in the movie business. He recounts how he used Ryan Reynolds as both his lead actor and his electrician in “Buried” (only room for one in that coffin!) as well as some of his regrets after finishing “The Awakening”. Despite insisting that he cannot watch his own projects, Grau loves making movies and lets us in on the trade secret: Being a DP is super cool.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Dean Cundey, cinematographer Halloween, Back to the Future


    Nigel Bluck, cinematographer Half Moon, The Lord of the Rings


    Adam Kimmel, cinematographer Capote, Jesus’ Son

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

    • 1h 16 min
    Roberto Schaefer – Uncut

    Roberto Schaefer – Uncut

    Check out the full conversation with the phenomenal Roberto Schaefer.

    Roberto Schaefer takes us through his extensive film history with director Marc Forster, focusing primarily on the films “Monster’s Ball” and “Finding Neverland”. He describes his journey from no-budget films all the way up to multi-million dollar budget films, and how bigger budgets can sometimes create more problems than they fix. Schaefer also gives us a wonderful breakdown on “Quantum of Solace”, including his favourite shots as well as creative differences he sometimes had with the rest of the team. We also learn that the kites in “The Kite Runner” are not as real as you may have thought and that Christopher Guest is a very funny man.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Peter Deming, cinematographer Mulholland Drive, Oz the Great and Powerful


    Dean Cundey, cinematographer Jurassic Park, Who Framed Roger Rabbit


    Gordon Willis, cinematographer The Godfather, Manhattan

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

    • 1h 37 min
    Elliot Davis – Uncut

    Elliot Davis – Uncut

    Check out the full conversation with the one and only Elliot Davis.

    Elliot Davis explains how he is constantly striving to engage his audience by creating the worlds his characters live in. He also shares some of his tricks with us, such as how he intimately filmed a pair of figure skaters from within their routine (“The Cutting Edge”) and realized Keanu Reeves’ creative vision in “Man of Tai Chi”. We also learn a fun tidbit about how movies are shot in China and that architecture can lead to cinematography. Davis also explains how important it is to use lighting to support your actors and describes the ‘ethereal shell’ he created around Michelle Pfeiffer in “I am Sam”. Good cinematographers know how to support their actors and good actors know when they are not being supported. We also learn details about his decisions and challenges while filming “Twilight”, including what to do when your lead actress turns out to be paler than her vampire co-stars.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Salvatore Totino, cinematographer Cinderella Man, The Da Vinci Code


    William Rexer, cinematographer The Accidental Husband, Nice Guy Johnny


    John Leonetti, cinematographer The Conjuring, Mortal Kombat

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

    • 1h 58 min
    Brandon Trost – Uncut

    Brandon Trost – Uncut

    Check out the full conversation with the awesome Brandon Trost.

    He’s been in the business his entire life, and knew from a young age when a frame “felt like a movie”. He talks to us about his first studio film Crank II, making The FP with his brother Jason, and the run of comedies he’s been working on from That’s My Boy with Adam Sandler to MacGruber and his work with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg on This Is The End.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Adam Kimmel, cinematographer Capote, Never Let Me Go


    Zene Baker, editor This Is The End, 50/50


    William Rexer, cinematographer Newlyweds, I Think I Love My Wife

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

    Conrad W Hall – Uncut

    Conrad W Hall – Uncut

    Here is out full conversation with Conrad W. Hall.

    Conrad talks about the things that he learned from his father, the great Conrad Hall (American Beauty, Cool Hand Luke), working with David Fincher on many projects including Panic Room, coming up with the look for Olympus Has Fallen, and lighting the room rather than the characters on Two For the Money.

    Other posts you may enjoy:


    Tom Richmond, cinematographer I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Stand and Deliver


    Andre Turpin, cinematographer Incendies, Child Star


    Peter Deming, cinematographer OZ the Great and Powerful, Cabin in the Woods

    And if you like what you hear, please hop on over to iTunes and write us a review!

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