From the current center of the filmmaking universe, Atlanta, Georgia, producer and screenwriter Chuck Thomas interviews film industry professionals, screenwriters, directors, actors, producers and more. Learn how to make your own projects, navigate set protocols, gain distribution, and much more in this series that's been running weekly since 2014!
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AFC - Episode 316 - Emmy Winning Pop Sound Inc. On Rebranding and Decoding Clients' Wishes
Steve and Terry from Emmy winning Pop Sound, Inc. discuss their recent rebrand from Eggplant LF, writing music for beloved kids’ shows like Carmen Sandiego and Super Why, and figuring out what clients really want!
Episode 315 - Jeff Seemann Discusses Tackling Tropes Head On in "On Location"
Jeff Seemann chats about his new film “On Location,” tackling tropes head on, shooting during Covid, and much more!
Episode 314 - "concrete_savanna" Filmmakers Discuss Getting Distribution for the Film and Soundtrack
Matthew Pye and Joshua Mitton discuss their film “concrete_savanna,” getting distribution for the film and soundtrack, and killing their darlings in the editing room!
Episode 313 - "Time's Up" Filmmakers Discuss Keeping Horror Fresh
L.C. Holt, Damian Maffei, and Felissa Rose discuss their film “Time’s Up,” creating a great team, keeping horror and acting fresh, and more!
Episode 312 - Filmmakers from "Black in Minneapolis" on the Film's Relevance in the Age of BLM
David J. Buchanan and Geoff Briley from “Black in Minneapolis” talk about making the film, dealing with tough subject material, the origins of the story, and more!
Episode 311 - Krystal M. Harris on Creating Content to Give Herself Better Roles
Krystal M. Harris discusses writing and directing to give herself better acting roles, shooting during Covid, and her film The New Jim Crow: Majority Rules on Amazon Prime!
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This is a great Atlanta Falcons podcast.
I love it.
Great insight. I've been lisentinfg for 4 years and I'm still alive.
Stellar info for film industry newbies
I've learned SO much about Atlanta film just by listening to this podcast & Chuck is a great host. 10/10 would recommend.