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#19 The Heist
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Ready to steal ideas from your favorite filmmakers? You are gonna need to prepare yourself for the steal if you are gonna avoid getting caught. It is an art form, just like your favorite heist movies...
#18: The Cosmonaut: The Post Mortem
In the second half of of our Cosmonaut post mortem we are walking through the making of The Cosmonaut starting from the end of production, and ending with the release of the film.
#17: The Cosmonaut: Unscripted
This week we are walking through the making of The Cosmonaut starting with it's inception, and ending abruptly after production... tune in next week to hear how it all turns out!
#16 Bad Ideas Are People Too
Ever feel like brainstorming sessions are an idea killing field? This week we are breaking down brainstorming to help you make meetings more productive and to help you keep bad ideas from being killed before they can grow up to be good.
Episode 15: The Dagobah System
Difficult to see. Always in motion is the future... and that is why you need to find quidence from wiser artists and businesspersons. So find your Yoda. And find your inner Luke.
Episode 14: The Living Dead
It's the Vinegar Hill Halloween Special! Thrilling and chilling stories of the horrors of giving and receiving feedback that have been kept safe in our vaults until now! Listen if you dare!
I enjoyed this
Sounds like just a few young guys talking about the process of making films but it doesn't sound like they have any credentials nor do they actually say anything useful. I appreciate that they love films but their dialogue doesn't inspire...
Excellent view of criticism
I loved the way the hosts in the first episode encouraged people to watch movies with a critical eye. The suggestion to articulate why you like or dislike a movie is a very good one, which really makes you look at what you like and dislike about stories. I had never considered the idea of sitting through movies with similar themes or subject matter to see how different directors approached an event or topic. I look forward to future episodes of this podcast.