59 min

Enys Men - Making Bafta winning BFI films with Mark Jenkin‪.‬ The Filmmakers Podcast

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BAFTA and BIFA winning director Mark Jenkin talks to Giles Alderson on this weeks episode about making his films and they dive deep into shooting on 16mm film and his latest feature, Enys Men which is OUT NOW!
One of the most exciting filmmakers working in the UK today. Mark has been showered with praise for his BAFTA-winning feature film 'BAIT'. A native son of Cornwall, Mark Jenkin is a British director, editor, screenwriter, cinematographer and producer.
ENYS MEN is in cinemas now. The Cinematic DNA of ENYS MEN season [curated by director Mark Jenkin] runs at BFI Southbank until 31 January with selected films and Jenkin’s shorts collection available on BFI Player now.
ENYS MEN will be released on Blu-ray/DVD and BFI Player on 1 May. The ENYS MEN Original Score by Mark Jenkin is out now digitally via Invada Records and released on vinyl on 24 February.
On the episode Giles and Mark talk about:
-The success Bait
-Why they brought on film4 to finance Enys Men
-Why he shoot on film not digital 
-Inspiration & passion 
-Why most of edit decisions are made before the shoot or on set 
-And why simplicity on set is key
Mark was previously on the filmmakers podcast recorded at Dirt in the Gate's LIVE screening and Q&A chat for the BAIT.
You can listen to that here https://thefilmmakerspodcast.com/bait-how-to-make-a-bafta-nominated-indie-film-on-16mm-live-qa-with-director-cinematographer-writer-mark-jenkin/
PATREON
Big thank you to:
Lee Hutchings
Marli J Monroe
Karen Newman
Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on film-making?
Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects!
 
SUPPORT THE PODCAST
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CREDITS
The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson
Edited by @tobiasvees
Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep
Marketing Huw Siddle
Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative 
Theme Music by John J. Harvey
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BAFTA and BIFA winning director Mark Jenkin talks to Giles Alderson on this weeks episode about making his films and they dive deep into shooting on 16mm film and his latest feature, Enys Men which is OUT NOW!
One of the most exciting filmmakers working in the UK today. Mark has been showered with praise for his BAFTA-winning feature film 'BAIT'. A native son of Cornwall, Mark Jenkin is a British director, editor, screenwriter, cinematographer and producer.
ENYS MEN is in cinemas now. The Cinematic DNA of ENYS MEN season [curated by director Mark Jenkin] runs at BFI Southbank until 31 January with selected films and Jenkin’s shorts collection available on BFI Player now.
ENYS MEN will be released on Blu-ray/DVD and BFI Player on 1 May. The ENYS MEN Original Score by Mark Jenkin is out now digitally via Invada Records and released on vinyl on 24 February.
On the episode Giles and Mark talk about:
-The success Bait
-Why they brought on film4 to finance Enys Men
-Why he shoot on film not digital 
-Inspiration & passion 
-Why most of edit decisions are made before the shoot or on set 
-And why simplicity on set is key
Mark was previously on the filmmakers podcast recorded at Dirt in the Gate's LIVE screening and Q&A chat for the BAIT.
You can listen to that here https://thefilmmakerspodcast.com/bait-how-to-make-a-bafta-nominated-indie-film-on-16mm-live-qa-with-director-cinematographer-writer-mark-jenkin/
PATREON
Big thank you to:
Lee Hutchings
Marli J Monroe
Karen Newman
Want your name in the show notes or some great bonus material on film-making?
Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects!
 
SUPPORT THE PODCAST
Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com
 
CREDITS
The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson
Edited by @tobiasvees
Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep
Marketing Huw Siddle
Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative 
Theme Music by John J. Harvey
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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59 min