Welcome to The Film School Chronicle, a podcast dedicated to bringing you the very best that the film schools of Brisbane, Australia have to offer. Join film students Bryce Quinn and Carmelo Keating as they chronicle the journeys of up-and-coming filmmakers, interviews guests about their latest projects, and stays up-to-date with local film festivals and other events in the industry.
"Pirates of the Caribbean Meets Paddington?" - TSFC Ep.14
After another short break to recover from being on set, Bryce and Carmelo are back with writer and producer Ryan Greaves! Listen in to hear his stories about working on animation projects with Universal Pictures and, most recently, working with Ron Howard and Netflix!
Grad Slate Interview: Maze of the Machiavellian Minotaur - TSFC Ep.13
This week, Skye Trenerry and Cindy Ford join Carmelo and surprise host Sandro, for an episode about their TV Series Grad Slate.
On The Backburner - TFSC Ep.12
Powerhouses Tahlia Miller and Anya Suffolk join the show this week, schooling Carmelo and Bryce on time management and juggling social life, work, uni, and outside projects. Listing their different titles and roles would be too long, so tune in to hear them instead.
Sandro and Jakob Say Hi - TFSC Ep.11
In a more casual episode of the podcast, Bryce and Carmelo introduce two other members of the crew, Jakob and Sandro, who have been helping to create the show.
Grad Slate Interview: 'The Playlist' - TFSC Ep.10
Carmelo and Bryce are joined this week by the director and D.O.P. from the 'The Playlist', an experimental Grad Slate in love with music and dance.
"I'm Employed by Disney... AND The Rock" - TFSC Ep. 9
Carmelo and Bryce interview Emma Jordin, a film school student living the dream. Emma has recently found work in the industry, and they ask her how it really is on a big film set.
Good quality podcast that keeps you updated on local Brisbane film school news
They actually care
These guys actually give a damn about what they talk about. They want the world to hear about stuff that they are actually interested in and I can’t wait to see what they do with this project.