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A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.

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    • 4.8 • 6 beoordelingen

A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.

    9.17.20: How CAA Tried to Outsmart the WGA (And Failed)

    9.17.20: How CAA Tried to Outsmart the WGA (And Failed)

    This week on the No Film School Podcast, Creative Artists Agency tries to dupe the WGA by signing a made-up contract, Netflix passes on movie theater-buying, Disney+ demands major coin from its subscribers for Mulan, and the new diversity rules for the Best Picture Oscar are unveiled.
    Also, Sony drops its new extra-small, full-frame camera, the a7C.
    Topics covered:

    CAA (Sort Of) Signing of the WGA Code of Conduct All a Ploy

    The Early Numbers Show 'Mulan' Streaming Success Might Change Hollywood

    These Are the New Parameters For Best Picture

    α7C Compact full-frame camera | ILCE-7C / ILCE-7CL | Sony US

    • 54 min.
    Cinematic Legend Walter Murch on Editing, Sound Design, and His Unique Methods

    Cinematic Legend Walter Murch on Editing, Sound Design, and His Unique Methods

    From his early days at USC making a little student film called THX 1138, to winning his third Oscar for The English Patient, Walter Murch has innovated the fields of sound design and film editing becoming one of the most respected and knowledgable figures in his profession. Murch details to us how he first got interested in filmmaking and discusses projects like The Godfather, The Conversation, American Graffiti and Apocalypse Now. He gets into the specific techniques and approaches he pioneered along the way, up to his more recent ventures in documentary.
    We are so lucky he gave us an hour of his time -- absorb all you can from this master! Read more:


    Editor Walter Murch Pieces Together a Key Moment in History

    Not Sure of Where to Cut? Editor Walter Murch Says the Answer May Be in the Eyes

    Intriguing Editing Tips from Oscar-Winning Editor Walter Murch

    6 'Rules' for Good Cutting According to Oscar-Winning Editor Walter Murch

    Walter Murch & Jon Favreau Discuss the Science Behind the Way We Perceive Movies


    As always please like, subscribe, and leave a comment. Thanks for listening!

    • 1 u. 8 min.
    9.10.20: Why Colourlab Will Be a Game-Changer (For Real!)

    9.10.20: Why Colourlab Will Be a Game-Changer (For Real!)

    This week we discuss a new entertainment industry jobs report on Planet Money, how Sony and Canon are competing with parallel release dates for upcoming products, and an AI software called Colourlab which will revolutionize post-production workflows.
    Check out Charles Haine's article about Colourlab here.
    To wrap it up, we cover some of our favorite 'deep cut' movies about filmmaking itself.
    Links:

    AI Finally Comes to Grading With Colourlab

    New Canon EOS Cinema Camera to be Announced This Month

    Sony to Unveil 'A New Concept' for Alpha Mirrorless Cameras


    Email us with any questions at ask@nofilmschool.com

    • 56 min.
    You Need to Know the Miracle of "The Peanut Butter Falcon"

    You Need to Know the Miracle of "The Peanut Butter Falcon"

    The making of the film is an amazing journey and a must-listen.
    Writer/director team Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nilson have an unbelievable story to tell: the arduous and joyful seven-year journey to make The Peanut Butter Falcon a reality. From the humblest of beginnings to creating a legitimate sleeper hit, these gentlemen lived out of cars and tents, gamed the vast network of industry emails and Twitter accounts, and executed an insane live-promotion strategy once the movie was finally released in theaters last year. These guys are No Film School readers JUST LIKE YOU who just decided to work really, really hard and not quit. Michael and Tyler embody the NoFilmSchool ethic and we are honored that they gave us their epic story first. This is a must-listen.
    Check out our other coverage of the film:

    'Peanut Butter Falcon' DP Explains Why a 2-Camera Setup Is Your Best Friend

    What Can 'The Peanut Butter Falcon' Script Teach You About Storytelling?

    • 1 u. 18 min.
    9.03.20: What is Sync Sketch? And Remembering Chadwick Boseman

    9.03.20: What is Sync Sketch? And Remembering Chadwick Boseman

    Is this new media collaboration tool ideal for making your remote work interactive?
    This week, we remember the great Chadwick Boseman and the impact of his work. We also discuss how to manage desperation as an emerging filmmaker. Writer Jason Hellerman joins us to continue to weigh the value of the new screenwriting app ScriptHop. Plus we answer a great question from the No Film School community regarding festival screening fees and if the fest you’re waiting to hear back from could be taking advantage of you. 
    Wakanda forever!

    • 55 min.
    David Fincher's Longtime DP Jeff Cronenweth has Advice, Insight, and Stories

    David Fincher's Longtime DP Jeff Cronenweth has Advice, Insight, and Stories

    Oscar-nominated camera wizard Jeff Cronenweth sat down with us to talk about his origins in the film industry. As a young man, Cronenweth spent time on the set of Blade Runner as his father, Jordan Cronenweth shot it. He walks us through the next chapter of his career, starting out as an AC for legendary DP Sven Nykvist and how his long term working relationship with David Fincher began when shooting pickups for a Madonna music video. We discuss his experiences crafting the look of Fight Club, The Social Network and Gone Girl, among other great films. Now in 2020, he is up for an Emmy for his work on the Amazon series “Tales From The Loop.”

    • 1 u. 10 min.

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