TV host, author and film geek Alicia Malone talks to people with different jobs in the film industry about how they got their start and how movies shaped their lives.
Alicia invites Monica Salazar over to her house to talk about editing "Honey Boy," the importance of mentors, whether you can truly "fix it in post" and the joy she finds in the editing process. Thank you to Monica and all my guests in Season One!
Alicia chats with cinematographer Natasha Braier about the unique way she shot "Honey Boy," how the crew protected Shia LaBeouf during the emotional production, what her reaction was to negative press about "The Neon Demon," and her journey from Argentina to Hollywood.
Alicia sits down with costume designer Lauren Oppelt to find out how she created the unique look seen in the indie "Greener Grass", how many costumes she can fit into her hatchback and why you shouldn't call costume designers "wardrobe."
Alicia goes onto a studio lot to talk to producer Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas about her film "Hustlers," why it was a hard sell, the perils of social media, her work with Jennifer Lopez and why its important to never give up.
Alicia sits down with location scout Lori Balton, to hear all about her impressive career, what qualities you need to work in the location department on films and what working on 'Heat' with Michael Mann taught her.
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Alicia does it again!
Alicia is the hardest working professional in the biz, and it shows. She’s as expert in her craft but still works three times harder than her peers to be top of the game, time and time again. Her brilliance and charm is evident in everything that she does, this podcast included. And her mission to shed light on all aspects of above and below the line filmmaking is a much needed breath of fresh air in a very challenging industry. No doubt she is inspiring a long line of progressive and thoughtful future filmmakers and critics.
Alicia is a perfect host. She is curious and well researched, and asks a good question and then allows her guests to talk about what they do and why they are passionate about their work. I love hearing about the different types of film work - especially when, as she said, below the line work is so interesting and yet not talked about quite as much as the more profiled jobs. It’s just really fun to hear people who love their work talk about it with someone who is also passionate, smart, and a good listener.
More episodes please!
Really like the host, the interviews and wish more content was available. Thank you Alicia!!