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Conversations With The Top Film & TV Creators Of Today. Catch new episodes each week wherever you listen to podcasts

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    • 4.8 • 52 Ratings

Conversations With The Top Film & TV Creators Of Today. Catch new episodes each week wherever you listen to podcasts

    "Monsters of Man" Writer, Director & DP Mark Toia

    "Monsters of Man" Writer, Director & DP Mark Toia

    On this special episode of the Art of the Frame Podcast, guest hosts Matt Jeppsen and Dean Friske talk with "Monsters of Man" writer, director and DP Mark Toia. Available on Amazon Prime, "Monsters of Man" debuted in late 2020 and has since risen to one of the top 10 action films on Amazon. In the episode, Matt and Dean talk with Mark about how he created the slick sci-fi thriller, and the challenges in self-financing and self-distributing the film. “Monsters of Man” can be rented on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Apple TV and more. Enjoy the episode!

    Check out the films website and trailer here: https://www.monstersofman.movie/

    Follow mark on Instagram @mark_toia

    Follow Matt on Instagram @mjeppsen

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    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Crossing the 180 w/ "Mare of Easttown” Editor Naomi Filoramo

    Crossing the 180 w/ "Mare of Easttown” Editor Naomi Filoramo

    As of this episode, we're less than a week away from the Emmy's. HBO's critically acclaimed limited series Mare of Easttown has 16 nominations, including two for editing. One of the show's editing nominees is today's guest, Naomi Sunrise Filoramo.

    Naomi is a passionate lover of film and has an impressive CV that includes editing work on productions like One Night in Miami, White House Down, and Grey's Anatomy. Chances are you've read or heard one of the many interviews with her. But I'm confident in saying that you have not read or heard an interview with Naomi quite like this!

    In addition to covering her journey as a professional editor, her work on the show, her thoughts on some of the show's most riveting scenes, how she does what she does, etc., we also cover such engaging and provocative topics as:

    -Can you separate the sins of an artist from their art

    -The legacy of John Hughes films

    -The history of women in editing

    -Gender and racial representation in film and television

    -The origins of her unique middle name

    This is the longest episode of Crossing the 180, and I promise you'll enjoy every minute.

    Connect with:

    Ron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bladeronner

    Naomi on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thenaomisunrise

    Huge thanks to MASV for sponsoring this show. Make sure to go to massive.io/AOTF to get 100GB of FREE file transfers!

    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 2 hr 1 min
    Frame & Reference w/ "The Upshaws" DP Donald Morgan, ASC

    Frame & Reference w/ "The Upshaws" DP Donald Morgan, ASC

    On this episode of the podcast, host Kenny McMillan brings another fantastic interview with a top cinematographer to the feed. Today we hear from multi-Emmy winner Donald Morgan, ASC about the Netflix series "The Upshaws." Donald has had a storied career having shot many of the most influential multi-cam sitcoms of the past few decades. Some of his credits include "Home Improvement", "The Ranch", "Last Man Standing", and "The Conners." As mentioned, Donald has won many Emmy's (10 to be exact) most recently for "The Ranch" in 2020 and stretching back to 1992 for "Home Improvement." Enjoy the episode and make sure to check out "The Upshaws" now streaming on Netflix!

    Donald's IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0604625/

    For more interviews with cinematographers, check out the Frame & Reference Podcast streaming on all major podcast apps!

    Huge thanks to MASV for sponsoring this show. Make sure to go to massive.io/AOTF to get 100GB of FREE file transfers!

    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Crossing the 180 w/ "Pray Away" Filmmakers Kristine Stolakis & Jessica Devenay

    Crossing the 180 w/ "Pray Away" Filmmakers Kristine Stolakis & Jessica Devenay

    In today's episode of Crossing the 180, Ron speaks with the filmmakers behind the Blumhouse Pictures and Ryan Murphy executive-produced Netflix documentary Pray Away. This is a powerful documentary about the conversion therapy movement in the evangelical church. Essentially the campaign helps "cure" members of LGBTQ+ community. Producer Jess Devaney of Multitude Films and writer/director Kristine Stolakis are on to share their background, the making of this doc, how it got to Netflix, and their own personal journeys. It's a captivating conversation you won't want to miss.

    Kristine Stolakis on Twitter

    Jess Devaney on Twitter

    Ron on Twitter

    Sapna on IMDb

    Crossing the 180 theme music "Gettin' Paid, Part II" by Alec's Band (CC BY) and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org.

    Huge thanks to MASV for sponsoring this show. Make sure to go to massive.io/AOTF to get 100GB of FREE file transfers!

    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Editor Chancler Haynes on Commercials & Music Video Editing for Taylor Swift & Others

    Editor Chancler Haynes on Commercials & Music Video Editing for Taylor Swift & Others

    On this week's episode of Art of the Frame, host Scott Simmons chats with editor Chancler Haynes. Chancler has a background in commercial and music video editing as well as feature films. He has worked on videos for artists such as Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez and Imagine Dragons. Commercial work includes spots for Lexus, General Motors and Fox Sports. Chancler also has a long collaborative history with director Joseph Kahn that includes the feature film Bodied.

    While the intention of this podcast was to talk about music video editing (and they do just that) there is also a lot of discussion on editing commercial spots, dealing with agencies, on-set editing, and Chancler tells a fantastic story about how he began that relationship with Kahn. Enjoy the episode!

    Huge thanks to MASV for sponsoring this show. Make sure to go to massive.io/AOTF to get 100GB of FREE file transfers!

    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 53 min
    Crossing the 180 w/ "We Are Lady Parts" DP Diana Olifrova

    Crossing the 180 w/ "We Are Lady Parts" DP Diana Olifrova

    Peacock TV's "We Are Lady Parts" is a hilarious, touching, and uplifting comedy with a "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" kinda vibe. The brainchild of British television writer and producer Nida Manzoor, it is a 6-episode series the follows the trials and tribulations of an all-Muslim woman punk band. Those two apparently diametrically opposed aspects of the band are the perfect recipe for a show that is funny, quirky, and at the same time, explores themes of faith, friendship, loyalty, and obligations. The show has a very distinct look in its color and composition, so I was thrilled to have a conversation with the director of photography for the show, UK-based Diana Olifrova.

    Follow Diana on Instagram 

    Ron on Twitter

    Crossing the 180 theme music "Gettin' Paid, Part II" by Alec's Band (CC BY).

    Huge thanks to MASV for sponsoring this show. Make sure to go to massive.io/AOTF to get 100GB of FREE file transfers!

    The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes!

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

Leah in LA ,

A great listen!

I always love listening to other editors talk about their process and their craft. This does not disappoint!

J.P. 25 ,

Great film editing podcast

As an editing teacher this is a great resource to use with my students along with Steve’s Art of the cut book. The podcast covers new and exciting work that keeps the students engaged. Thanks for doing this Steve!

ChristophersRants ,

Finally about craft

Finally a editing podcast that actually talks craft and technique and the process, not just software questions but actually craft and real questions to editors about their ideas and why. I love this podcast so much no superficial conversations it’s so nice.

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