Meet the filmmakers behind The Mandalorian, The Avengers, The Lion King, The Jungle Book, and more. Host Noah Kadner wrote The Virtual Production Field Guide for Epic Games and is a contributor to American Cinematographer magazine. Topics include remote collaboration, visualization, real-time game engines, in-camera compositing, and LED wall cinematography. Hear how movies and TV shows used virtual production techniques from directors, cinematographers, visual effects supervisors, production designers, and others. The Virtual Production Podcast is a co-production of The Virtual Company and AbelCine. Discover how the industry is pivoting.
Christina Lee Storm
Producer Christina Lee Storm founded Asher XR, a provider of strategic development, planning, creation, and implementation for virtual production, mixed reality, AR, and VR content. As Vice President at DreamWorks Animation, she led the Advanced...
Sam Nicholson, ASC
Sam Nicholson, ASC is a veteran visual effects supervisor and cinematographer. He founded Stargate Studios, a visual effects company always on the cutting edge of virtual production techniques. His credits include Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Max...
Our guest is Matt Workman. Matt Workman is a cinematographer who has filmed music videos for artists like Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, and Diddy and commercials for brands like Facebook, Google, BMW, and L’Oreal. Matt’s current focus is combining...
Our guest is Miles Perkins from Epic Games. Miles is a member of the Unreal enterprise business development team, responsible for helping bring cutting edge, real-time workflows into the film and television industry. Miles is also a 23-year veteran of...
Robert Legato, ASC
Our guest is virtual production pioneer: Robert Legato, ASC, an award-winning cinematographer, and visual effects supervisor. His credits include Star Trek, Apollo 13, Titanic, Avatar, and The Lion King.
This is a sneak preview of Virtual Production, a new podcast all about the technology and business behind the innovative filmmaking world of virtual production.