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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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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.

    Why 'The Crown' Takes Liberties with Historical Facts and You Should Too (Because It’s All Fiction)

    Why 'The Crown' Takes Liberties with Historical Facts and You Should Too (Because It’s All Fiction)

    This week on the No Film School Podcast: a COVID testing site gets shut down to make way for a Hollywood film shoot, while The Crown takes liberties fictionalizing historical events and the public must be warned accordingly. We also discuss why the New York Times’ “Greatest Actors of the 21st Century" list is somewhat problematic by nature... and let’s be honest, a bit too early to call? In Tech News: the awesome benefits of the iPhone software Filmic Pro and its new updates. For Ask No Film School: how do you convert the frame rate of your footage? Enjoy--and as always, thank you for listening!
    Please email us any questions at ask@nofilmschool.com!
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    How Oscar Winning DP Chris Menges Mastered Naturalistic Cinematography

    How Oscar Winning DP Chris Menges Mastered Naturalistic Cinematography

    If anyone on this planet is a natural born cinematographer, it might just be Chris Menges. His earthiness and pragmatism combined with his uncanny, innate sensibility for the moving image are what makes his films special: Kes, The Killing Fields and The Mission, to name just a few. If you haven’t seen them, then trust us that they are among the most beautiful movies ever made.
    Chris Menges has seen a lot of adventure; he's been all over the world, and he has stories. In this wide-ranging discussion we talk about the photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson's influence on Menges' work and the importance of "walking the streets." From his early days in documentary to his later work with directors like Neil Jordan, Stephen Frears, Stephen Daldry and Sean Penn, Menges is a true master of observation... and he's picked up a couple Oscars along the way. Pay your respects and listen to the man speak!
    For another conversation with a great DP, check out our recent chat with Phedon Papamichael.
    Please email us any questions at ask@nofilmschool.com! 
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    One Director's Honest, Harsh, and Heartwarming Story of Making it in Hollywood

    One Director's Honest, Harsh, and Heartwarming Story of Making it in Hollywood

    Luke Greenfield was a young boy with big dreams who wanted to make movies just like his hero Steven Spielberg. His concerned mother writes an impassioned letter to the big man himself, and Mr. Spielberg responded with an encouraging letter. Two decades later, Greenfield grows up to direct The Girl Next Door and guess who's a major fan? Greenfield's story is a heartwarming one, but it's not without its tragedy and realism. He goes in depth on his grueling experience (sort of) directing The Animal with Rob Schneider and his struggles to be taken seriously in the industry as a young voice. Greenfield's goal as a filmmaker is to make you not only laugh hysterically, but to feel. His latest achievement, Half Brothers, hits theaters this Friday, December 4th. Don't miss this lively and honest conversation!
    If you want to hear more success stories about makers of unconventional comedy movies, check out our interview with the creators of Palm Springs.
    Please email us any questions at ask@nofilmschool.com! 
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    How Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin Ascended to the Top of the Film World with 'The Climb'

    How Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin Ascended to the Top of the Film World with 'The Climb'

    The Climb is one of the biggest indie breakouts of 2020. The debut feature from filmmaking-and-acting duo Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin played every major film festival you can think of before finally hitting theaters this holiday season. Michael and Kyle sit down with NFS founder Ryan Koo to talk about how they pulled off a buddy comedy made up entirely of long oners; the underutilized power of sound editing; and of course, the benefits of having a death metal ballerino as your dolly grip. They also go in depth on a very, very ballsy stunt done by Kyle, and the thrill of not only taking the film to Cannes, but winning a Jury Prize. The Climb is out now in theaters. Enjoy!
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    What's the Best Cinema Camera for Under 10K?

    What's the Best Cinema Camera for Under 10K?

    What does the new deal struck between Cinemark and Universal mean for the industry? How can movie-goers support theaters while they are closed?Also, this just in: Quentin Tarantino writes books (including a novelization of Once Upon A Time in Hollywood)?? In Tech News, we share our hands-on experience with the new Apple Silicon. For Ask No Film School: what is the best entry-level cinema camera to invest in for music videos and corporate work? And lastly, our theme for Deep Cuts is thanksgiving and gratitude. We hope you enjoy... and Happy Thanksgiving!
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    Phedon Papamichael is an Actor's Cinematographer. What Does That Mean?

    Phedon Papamichael is an Actor's Cinematographer. What Does That Mean?

    Phedon Papamichael's career as a cinematographer goes back to the 80's, but he's still a go-to DP for the best filmmakers in the business. You might call him an “actor’s cinematographer” or a stylistic chameleon. Phedon talks about his approach to the craft: rather than trying to put his visual stamp on a movie, his goal is to serve the story and overall vision. He compares his experiences working with Alexander Payne, George Clooney, Aaron Sorkin and James Mangold -- and what it was like juggling the massive personalities on the set of Sorkin's The Trial of the Chicago 7. Phedon and recalls his early days shooting stripper-centered B-movies under Roger Corman’s tutelage — with Wally Pfister and Janusz Kaminski as his camera crew. This is a masterclass in what it means to be an A-list cinematographer. Don't miss this one: Phedon is the man.
    Please email us any questions or comments at ask@nofilmschool.com! 
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