59 episodes

It's not easy being an independent filmmaker. Host Joyce Kline digs into all things indie film, going behind the scenes to ask real questions for the inside scoop. This podcast is where you'll find out everything new coming to CineVic, Victoria, BC, Canada’s artist-run independent film society.

Push In - The CineVic Podcast CineVic Society of Independent Filmmakers

    • TV & Film

It's not easy being an independent filmmaker. Host Joyce Kline digs into all things indie film, going behind the scenes to ask real questions for the inside scoop. This podcast is where you'll find out everything new coming to CineVic, Victoria, BC, Canada’s artist-run independent film society.

    S4E4 - Making Anything Funny w/ Ana de Lara

    S4E4 - Making Anything Funny w/ Ana de Lara

    Is your concept brave enough to be “not safe, taboo," or “mean and awful”?  Filipina/Canadian filmmaker Ana de Lara thinks it just might make a great comedy! In Part I of our interview with this multiple award-winning actor/writer/director/producer, Ana tells us about Best Friend Me — her six-episode comedy web series about the topic of ... suicide?

    Learn from this comedy pro how she  works with family, knows when an idea has legs, and how you too, can “make anything funny.”

    Ana has 17 awards and 5 nominations for her award-winning short films and features All In Madonna and Open for Submissions. She’s a Women in the Director’s Chair alumna, winner of Telefilm’s New Voices Award, Talent to Watch, Whistler Film Festival MPPIA Award, Vancouver Women in Film Matrix and Best Narrative Short awards, Broad Humor Film Festival’s Best Director, and Asians on Film Best Comedy and Best Screenplay Awards.


    Watch a few of Ana’s shorts:
     
    Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/anadelara
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqXaXMzVXEqtTt3ttNY6tvA


    More about Ana:
     
    IMDb: https://m.imdb.com/name/nm1891405/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anadelaraonline/
    WIDC: https://www.widc.ca/director/ana-de-lara/


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    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q


     Podcast Production Team:
    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min
    S4E3 - Mind Control & Synchronicity w/ Emanuel Foucault

    S4E3 - Mind Control & Synchronicity w/ Emanuel Foucault

    The brutal “treatments” that the Canadian government and CIA jointly funded at the height of the Cold War era’s brainwashing paranoia are the stuff of nightmares. Patients with diagnoses as innocent as postpartum depression were rendered virtual zombies for life, creating a legacy of intergenerational trauma and perpetrator guilt that inspired filmmaker Emanuel Foucault’s riveting short film Washer. In this episode Emanuel describes:
    ·      The devastating mind control experiments conducted at Montreal’s notorious Allen Memorial Institute.
    ·      Adapting history for a short film.
    ·      Finding amazing actors. 
    ·      Crowd-funding three times more money than he asked for.
    ·      His plans for a tree planting horror story!
    EMANUEL FOUCAULT is an actor, writer, editor and producer for both stage and screen dividing his time between Montreal and Victoria.


    Mentioned in this episode:

    Washer  website: https://www.washerfilm.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090440931002


    More about Emanuel:

    Watch Emanuel’s Old Chain music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4ffoBqU9Xs
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foucault_emanuel/
    IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm12355968/


    Subscribe to catch the latest episodes of Push In on Apple Podcasts:
    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q


     Podcast Production Team:
    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min
    S4E2 - What Really Worked w/ Connor Gaston

    S4E2 - What Really Worked w/ Connor Gaston

    If you’re interested in ways a filmmaker’s career can advance, this is an episode you won’t want to miss!  Listen up as multiple award-winning Vancouver writer/director Connor Gaston shares the roots of his fascination with reincarnation, the value of graduating from programs like the Canadian Film Centre and the TIFF Talent Lab, and what ultimately got him meetings in Hollywood that landed him an LA manager.
    Connor’s films have screened in prestigious festivals around the world including TIFF, Busan, Sapporo, Sedona, Newport Beach, Whistler, and Vancouver Film Festival—along the way winning multiple Leos and other awards including a Grand Prix in Paris’s Courts Devant short film festival. He won the BC Emerging Filmmaker Award at Vancouver International Film Festival, graduated from Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre, and was a member of the 2017 TIFF Talent Lab. He currently teaches at the Vancouver Film School.


    Mentioned in this episode:

    Watch The Cameraman on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/323984793


    Other films:

    Watch Encore on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/601186469
    Watch Adam in the Wall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqMx4zJwDu0


    More about Connor:

    IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4497477/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/connor-gaston-94560068/
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connorgaston/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/connor.gaston
    X: https://twitter.com/connorgaston


    Subscribe to catch the latest episodes of Push In on Apple Podcasts:

    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q


     Podcast Production Team:


    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min
    S4E1 - Beautiful Disasters w/ Connor Gaston

    S4E1 - Beautiful Disasters w/ Connor Gaston

    There’s certain to be lots that filmmakers and other creatives can relate to in part one of Joyce Kline’s two-part interview with Vancouver based, internationally award-winning, writer/director Connor Gaston. With humour and rare honesty, Connor shares the joys and challenges of growing up in a household of writers, adapting his own father’s novel, collaborating with his brother Vaughn, directing children, and how he bounces back when something doesn’t work. 
    Connor’s films have screened in prestigious festivals around the world including TIFF, Busan, Sapporo, Sedona, Newport Beach, Whistler, and Vancouver Film Festival—along the way winning multiple Leos and other awards including a Grand Prix in Paris’s Courts Devant short film festival. He won the BC Emerging Filmmaker Award at Vancouver International Film Festival, graduated from Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre, and was a member of the 2017 TIFF Talent Lab.  He currently teaches at the Vancouver Film School.


    Mentioned in this episode:

    Watch The Cameraman on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/323984793



    Other films:

    Watch Encore on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/601186469
    Watch Adam in the Wall: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqMx4zJwDu0



    More about Connor:

    IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4497477/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/connor-gaston-94560068/
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connorgaston/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/connor.gaston
    X: https://twitter.com/connorgaston



    Subscribe to catch the latest episodes of Push In on Apple Podcasts:

    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q



     Podcast Production Team:



    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min
    S3E18 - When A Good Story Comes Along w/ David Malysheff

    S3E18 - When A Good Story Comes Along w/ David Malysheff

    Last episode, we heard from one of the most requested camera operators in Canada, award-winning, daredevil cinematographer DAVID MALYSHEFF.  David is known for delivering the goods under extreme conditions - filming from horseback, helicopters, and even Zodiacs crashing their way through rapids.

    This episode, David fills us in on his quieter, but no less moving, personal passion project - creating a 90-minute documentary on the late Jewish composer Peter Gary and Gary’s epic holocaust oratorio A 20th Century Passion. Listen in as David explains how holocaust survivor Gary worked to “Stamp Out Hate” through both music and lectures to 60,00 youngsters, what drew him to his story, and how the current situation in Israel and Gaza have affected crowdfunding to complete the film.
    With more than 25 years of television production experience in film and broadcast video, David Malysheff has been behind the camera on numerous Canadian TV shows including The Nature of Things, The Fifth Estate, The Amazing Race, Moosemeat & Marmalade, Canada’s Next Top Model and the moving documentary Us and Them, which he also co-produced. 


     Mentioned in this episode:


     Listen to a performance of Peter Gary’s A Twentieth Century Passion oratorio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGpv4fNO4tY


    A Twentieth Century Passion Go Fund Me campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/f/gxp8kd-a-20th-century-passion-film


     David’s website: https://gamutproductions.com/about


     IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0540926/


     Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-malysheff-95686018/


     Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gamut_productions/


     Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamutproductions/


     Subscribe to catch the latest episodes of Push In on Apple Podcasts:
    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q


     Podcast Production Team:
    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min
    S3E17 - Celebrity Stories and Scary Moments w/ David Malysheff

    S3E17 - Celebrity Stories and Scary Moments w/ David Malysheff

    Not many cinematographers shoot on submarines or from horseback, helicopters and kayaks - but today’s guest filmmaker, award-winning industry veteran David Malysheff, has done exactly that. 

    With more than 25 years of television production experience in film and broadcast video, David Malysheff has been behind the camera on numerous Canadian TV shows including The Nature of Things, The Fifth Estate, The Amazing Race, Moosemeat & Marmalade, Canada’s Next Top Model and the moving documentary Us and Them, which he also co-produced.

    Buckle up as he shares tales of his scariest moment, helping out Dennis Hopper, and getting Harrison Ford on board for his documentary The Immortal Beaver.
    Mentioned in this episode:


    The Immortal Beaver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wQjAB-jnI8&themeRefresh=1


     Website: https://gamutproductions.com/about


     IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0540926/


    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-malysheff-95686018/


    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gamut_productions/


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gamutproductions/


    Subscribe to catch the latest episodes of Push In on Apple Podcasts:


    https://apple.co/2S5WB7q


     Podcast Production Team:
    ·      Technical Director: Paul Ruta
    ·      Sound Editor: Michael Korican
    ·      Host, Researcher & copywriter: Joyce Kline
    ·      Co-Producers: Joyce Kline, Michael Korican, Paul Ruta

    • 10 min

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