100 episodes

Go Creative Show is a place for revealing and informative interviews with A-list filmmakers. Hosted by Producer and Director Ben Consoli, each week we feature cinematographers, production designers, directors and producers to share behind the scenes experiences from the hottest movies and shows. Whether you're a brand new filmmaker or a film industry veteran, Go Creative Show will entertain, inform and make you a better filmmaker.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

Go Creative Show is a place for revealing and informative interviews with A-list filmmakers. Hosted by Producer and Director Ben Consoli, each week we feature cinematographers, production designers, directors and producers to share behind the scenes experiences from the hottest movies and shows. Whether you're a brand new filmmaker or a film industry veteran, Go Creative Show will entertain, inform and make you a better filmmaker.

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Cinematography (with Steve Yedlin ASC)

    Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Cinematography (with Steve Yedlin ASC)

    GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY director of photography Steve Yedlin, ASC gives a masterclass in murder mystery cinematography. Learn how the blackout scene was shot, techniques for filming ensemble casts, and how motivated camera movement was its own character in the film.
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    What you will learn in this episode Steve's thoughts on streaming distribution (04:31) HDR problems and TV calibration (10:24) Camera package used on GLASS ONION (16:11) Lens filters and custom modifications (18:45) Lighting techniques and technologies for GLASS ONION (26:18) Lighting philosophies and embracing glass reflections (31:54) Creating the lighthouse lighting rig (38:23) Filming large ensamble scenes and understanding eyelines (46:50) How camera motion is used in GLASS ONION (53:56) And more! Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show
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    • 59 min
    The White Lotus Season 2 Cinematography (with Xavier Grobet ASC AMC)

    The White Lotus Season 2 Cinematography (with Xavier Grobet ASC AMC)

    THE WHITE LOTUS season 2 director of photography Xavier Grobet, ASC, AMC joins us to discuss the pro’s and con’s of filming in a real hotel in Sicily, creating realistic sex scenes, shooting day for night, and more.  Xavier tells Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli all about his camera and lens choices and how he paid homage to Monica Vitti’s classic Italian films.
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    What you will learn in this episode Paying homage to italian films (01:20) Challenges of filming in a real hotel (04:08) Visually approaching season 2 (09:17) Lighting and lensing for filming exteriors in Sicily (11:43) Lighting the environment for maximum camera co... (17:02) Xavier's Camera and Lens Choices (19:11) What makes filming sex scenes so difficult (23:33) Building suspense with cinematography (31:26) Tanya and the yacht massacre (35:58) Why DPs are ultimately probelm solvers (40:18) Shooting night for night (42:56) And more!  
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    • 47 min
    Avatar: The Way of Water Cinematography (with Russell Carpenter ASC)

    Avatar: The Way of Water Cinematography (with Russell Carpenter ASC)

    AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER director of photographer Russell Carpenter ASC talks with Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli about the making of the film and using the custom-made 3D Sony Venice. Russell also dives deep into the underwater motion capture system, the process of virtual filmmaking, lighting in a virtual world and so much more. 
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    What you will learn in this episode Russell's thoughts on critics (02:40) Filming the incredible underwater scenes with motion capture (07:37) Why Russell decided to film with the Sony Venice (15:28) Deep dive into the lighting of AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER (26:09) Was the Sony Venice Rialto born from AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER? (33:10) Filming at 48 frames per second (37:44) The cinematographer's role in a VFX-heavy film (43:10) AVATAR's production workflow explained (52:16) Why it's important for filmmakers to embrace new technology (01:01:07) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by:
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    Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio YouTube Show Links AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER IMDb Follow Our Guest Russell Carpenter ASC's IMDb Russell Carpenter ASC's Instagram Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram  Follow Connor Crosby (producer)
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    Wakanda Forever Cinematography (with Autumn Durald Arkapaw ASC)

    Wakanda Forever Cinematography (with Autumn Durald Arkapaw ASC)

    BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER director of photographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw ASC joins Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss her camera, lighting and lens choices. We also discuss her early career, filming Underwater “dry for wet," night exterior and Autumn's experience with the Sony Venice.
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    What you will learn in this episode Lighting philosophy of Wakanda Forever (02:04) A cinematographer's role in visual effects (06:33) Filming Talokan and underwater cinematography (13:57) The cameras and lenses used on Wakanda Forever (24:13) Why Autumn chose the Sony Venice (27:03) Filming night exteriors (30:56) Filming the Namor flashback sequence (40:11) Why Autumn loves the Okoye firing scene (43:58) Filming in Boston (47:35) Autumn's early days in filmmaking (50:25) And more! Go Creative Show is supported by:
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    • 57 min
    The Bear Cinematography (with Andrew Wehde)

    The Bear Cinematography (with Andrew Wehde)

    THE BEAR is a masterclass in creating visual chaos and its director of photography Andrew Wehde shares his camera and lighting techniques and philosophies.
    Andrew and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss tips of filming food, how his approach to cinematography is different in and out of the kitchen, use of camera movement, approach to lighting, and so much more.
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    What you will learn in this episode Creating chaos with Cinematography (05:01) The benefits of efficiency in filmmaking (09:06) Advice on filming food (15:23) Comparing the cinematography inside and outside the kitchen (18:50) Filming on the Alexa Mini LF (20:23) The lighting design of THE BEAR (21:55) Andrew's use of camera movement on THE BEAR (27:53) Breaking down the 20-minute oner shot in episode 7 (30:46) Andrew's favorite scenes, and why (48:28) And more!  
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    • 58 min
    Dahmer Cinematography (with Jason McCormick) GCS318

    Dahmer Cinematography (with Jason McCormick) GCS318

    Cinematographer Jason McCormick breaks down his cinematography for the Netflix hit series, DAHMER - MONSTER: THE JEFFREY DAHMER STORY.
    Jason and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the gritty cinematography, challenges of working with episodic directors, shooting with the Sony Venice, and we break down some of the series’ most brutal scenes.
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    What you will learn in this episode Controversy of DAHMER (01:21) Storytelling techniques of DAHMER (07:13) Are locked off shots boring for cinematographers? (16:21) Shooting on the Sony Venice (23:46) Warm approach to lighting (32:27) Tribe Blackwing 7 lenses (40:21) How to deal with reflections in glasses (42:44) And more!  
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    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

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The MOST UNDERRATED podcast ever!

I don’t know how I’m only just coming across this podcast!

As a director often closely working with or as a DOP/cinematographer, I’m always trying to find new and creative solutions to increase the impact of my storytelling. *spoiler* the answers are right here.

This has been one of the best podcasts I’ve listened to. The guests are highly rated working professionals on the field, Ben the host is great at leading the conversations, and there is SO much invaluable knowledge shared here.

10/10 - A must listen.

P.S. There’s like 100 episodes, so get stuck in now!

themomentbefore ,

My new favourite podcast

This has rapidly become my most anticipated podcast each week for a number of reasons:

- The right balance of gear and creative discussion
- Fantastic guests
- The enthusiasm of Ben

Whilst the focus is on cinematography, it should appeal to anyone with an interest in anything creative - music, photography etc. Even if that side doesn’t appeal, it is a great way to get in depth information about how some of your favourite TV shows (Breaking Bad etc) are made.

Keep up the good work Ben.

Andy

Gavhops ,

Awesome show

This podcast is ideal for keeping up to date with everything happening in the video and filmmaking world. Ben gets a great variety of guests on who always provide a really insightful look into their particular profession. Ben also is such an infectiously enthusiastic host that this show never fails to put a smile on my face during the morning and evening commute.

I work for an independent production in Glasgow (Scotland) and I can't recommend this highly enough for anyone working or interested in video and film production. Keep up the great work!

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