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End Credits - The Behind the Scenes in Entertainment Podcast
3 minutes | Jan 15, 2018
Adventure In Your Ear
A Special thank you to our faithful listeners and an invite to checkout Adventure In Your Ear!! Our new podcast in the style of Old Time Radio!
69 minutes | Nov 14, 2016
Ep 167 w/ Bob Bergen (porky Pig)
This week it's a big conversation with the voice of Porky Pig and a slew of other characters...Bob Bergen!
57 minutes | Nov 7, 2016
Ep 166 The Bancroft Brothers LIVE Sept 27th 2016
This is the Q & A portion of our LIVE event with Disney Animators and Directors The Bancroft Brothers also known for The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast.
57 minutes | Jul 20, 2016
Ep164 w/ David M. Breaux Jr (from YouTube LIVESTREAM)
This week is the audio from our YouTube LIVESTREAM with David M. Breaux Jr. Davis has worked on several VFX and animation projects and had just wrapped up Season 2 of #TheFlash when we chatted with him. Find the video from our livestreams here: http://youtube.com/creditspodcast Past livestream guests include: David M. Breaux Jr (Thor, The Flash, Arrow), Tom Bancroft (Disney), Aaron Ginsburg (The 100) and more...
62 minutes | Jul 1, 2016
Ep 163 Keith Grachow Returns!
This is the audio from another LIVESTREAM we did on YouTube. Keith Grachow returns to chat about his books, his career and the latest Kickstarter project that he is involved with. Subscribe to our YouTube page: http://youtube.com/creditspodcast Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/creditspodcast
63 minutes | Jun 6, 2016
Ep 162 w/ Producer Aaron Ginsburg (The 100, The Thrilling Adventure Hour...)
This week we bring you the audio from our second LIVE STREAM on our YouTube channel http://youtube.com/creditspodcast Please go subscribe! We chatted LIVE with Producer / Writer / Director Aaron Ginsburg about his breaking into writing through reality TV, his failed pilot for Doctor Lawyer Cop, joining The Thrilling Adventure Hour as Director and of course we answer a ton of fan questions about his work on The 100.
74 minutes | May 9, 2016
Ep 161 (May 2nd LIVE STREAM) w/ Animator Tom Bancroft
Here it is at long last! This is the audio from our May 2nd LIVE STREAM on our YouTube channel. We talked to Tom about breaking into the industry and working at Disney, his connection to the band No Doubt, The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast, his current kickstarter for his Art of Tom Bancroft book and we took questions in our chat room. Please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel to keep up to date with our upcoming live streams and past videos from our live events. http://youtube.com/creditspodcast
2 minutes | May 2, 2016
Tom Bancroft (LIVE STREAM) announcement
Tonight Monday May 2nd at 6pm PT / 9pm ET we will be chatting with Tom Bancroft LIVE on our YouTube channel! Go to http://YouTube.com/creditspodcast SUBSCRIBE
81 minutes | Apr 8, 2016
Ep160 w/ Tad Stones
This week Cory and Myles are chatting with Dark Wing Duck creator Tad Stones about his work and career. The inception of Dark Wing Duck, Rescue Rangers, Tale Spin and all things Disney in the 90's. We also talk about his work on the Aladdin films and his upcoming project with Netflix.
44 minutes | Mar 24, 2016
Ep 159 w/ Bill Farmer (GOOFY)
This week we have the honour of chatting with Goofy himself! We are talking to Bill Farmer who has voiced Goofy and Pluto for the last 29 years! Farmer's very first voice over audition was for Goofy. When he auditioned for the voice, he studied the way the original actor Pinto Colvig performed as Goofy in the 1930s and 1940s cartoons. He studied the hilarious laugh and the distinctive "gawrsh". He inherited the voice of Goofy (as well as Pluto), around the same time Tony Anselmo inherited Donald Duck, and Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor did likewise for Mickey and Minnie Mouse, respectively. Farmer also played Goofy in A Goofy Movie (1995), its sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000), the Kingdom Hearts series of video games, Goof Troop (1992), which centered around the character and his son, Mickey Mouse Works (1999), House of Mouse (2001), Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006). He originated the voice of Horace Horsecollar in Disney's version of The Prince and the Pauper and has played him ever since. Farmer also performed additional voices on The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse (1987), and Astro Boy (2004). Other significant characters he has played include Yosemite Sam, Sylvester, and Foghorn Leghorn in the movie Space Jam (1996). He has also done several guest voices, both on TV, including The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and in video games, including the Destroy All Humans! series, Namco's Tales of Symphonia, where he voiced Governor-General Dorr, in Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts series reprising the role of Goofy, Detective Date in the SEGA game Yakuza, Captain Wedgewood and Frill Lizard in Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, many voices on EverQuest II, Cletus Samson, Floyd Sanders, Jeff Meyers and Ryan LaRosa in the video game Dead Rising and Sam and others in the cult classic adventure game Sam & Max Hit the Road. Farmer has also played Secret Squirrel on Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Stinkie in Casper: A Spirited Beginning and Casper Meets Wendy, Willie Bear in Horton Hears a Who! and Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in Robot Chicken in both the animated series and its spin-off video game. He also voiced Gaston in one part of Beauty and the Beast, when Gaston eats eggs. As of 2014, he plays Doc, the leader of the title characters in Disney's animated television series The 7D.
52 minutes | Mar 11, 2016
Ep 158 w/ Justine Gillmer (Writer The 100)
This week we chat with Writer Justine Gillmer about the differences between writing for TV in Australia and the US, writing on The 100, adjusting to being part of a writers room etc...
55 minutes | Feb 24, 2016
Ep 157 w/ Joseph LoDuca Composer of Ash vs The Evil Dead
This week we are chatting with Joe LoDuca the Composer of Evil Dead I & II, Xena etc... and the new series Ash Vs The Evil Dead! Enjoy this episode as Joe and Myles get geeky on music, bands, the music scene in Detroit, San Francisco and more. And of course we geek out about The Evil Dead! Joseph LoDuca (born 1952) is an American television and film score composer best known for his work writing television scores for the series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Leverage, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, The Librarians TV series, American Gothic and Jack of All Trades. Originally an accomplished jazz guitarist in the Detroit (MI, USA) area, LoDuca frequently provides music for producer/director Sam Raimi, producer/director Dean Devlin and actor Bruce Campbell's films and series. Prior to his work on The Evil Dead, his first film, he released a jazz LP titled Glisten. LoDuca's credits include 2 Primetime Emmy Awards, 11 Primetime Emmy Nominations, and “Most Performed Underscore” recognitions from ASCAP for four consecutive years. He garnered a César Award nomination; Meilleure Musique Écrite Pour Un Film (Best Music) and a Saturn Award nomination  for the French international film Brotherhood of the Wolf, as well as being lauded as "Horror Film Composer of the Year" for his score to Army of Darkness. LoDuca was nominated for and won the Emmy Award in 2009 for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series for his music in Legend of the Seeker. LoDuca played in a rock band in his teens, before studying literature and composition at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. He claimed to prefer composition, because it let him "run among the disciplines without getting caught".
48 minutes | Feb 5, 2016
Ep156 The Truthful Phone
The Truthful Phone is based by a Terry Jones (Monty Python) short story of the same name, supported in part by the Film Agency Wales with BAFTA nominated director Carl Rock. The Truthful Phone is a dark comedy about nasty pensioner Mae Morris; local busybody, pet kidnapper, husband killer. Who unwittingly unleashes a magical gypsy curse that exposes her secrets to the very townsfolk she lives to torment. With Puppets created by Andy Heath & Iestyn Evans who worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Terry Jones said: “I’m delighted that The Truthful Phone is being given the opportunity to be made into a film short; director Carl Rock comes from the same part of Wales as I do. The Welsh landscape is a perfect setting for this tale, and I hope the Kickstarter campaign reaches its target so that a wider audience can enjoy this dark fantasy comedy”. Carl optioned this story three years ago. We have been granted the rights to make this film by Terry Jones himself. LINK TO KICKSTARTER
29 minutes | Jan 22, 2016
Ep155 w/ Ian Hulquist
Ian Hultquist is a California-born, Chicago-raised composer and musician living in Los Angeles. His career began when he heard the first few notes of John Williams’ Jurassic Park score in 1993, and has continued on from that moment, with a few detours along the way. After high school, Hultquist studied film scoring at Berklee College of Music, where he married his love of electronic and rock music, with his love of film, and began to develop his unique composing style. He also met his wife and fellow composer, Sofia, and became one of the founding members of the band Passion Pit. From there, the band’s meteoric rise would take Hultquist to sold-out crowds around the world, and also give him the opportunity to hone his talent for digital and analog sound design (Hultquist acted as Musical Director of the band's live show for many years). But it wasn’t until 2011, during the band’s first real break from touring in almost four years, that Hultquist was able to fully return to scoring for film.
115 minutes | Jan 7, 2016
Ep154 w/ Bill Kopp
This week is our conversation with Bill Kopp the creator of Eek The Cat, Mad Jack The Pirate, Tex Tin Star and one of the original animators for The Simpsons (pre-Simpsons TV series). Warning! *This episode contains explicit language* We talk to Bill about his career, winning two Academy Awards while in school, the origins of Eek, the amazing friends he has made, his thoughts on crafting the perfect cartoon gag and his upcoming crowd funding campaign to help create his new project Dumb Bunny and Jack Ass.
69 minutes | Dec 28, 2015
Ep 153 Star Wars Holiday Special w/ Mike Quinn
This week we are celebrating the Holidays and Star Wars by chatting with the amazingly talented Nien Nunb...... Uh, Mike Quinn..... Mike started performing at young age with a professional magic act at the age of 8 and a puppet show that ended in a pie fight at aged 9! After becoming fascinated by "The Muppet Show", he knew that was the future for puppetry. He first met Jim Henson and his puppeteers as a fan in 1977, later visiting the set of "The Muppet Show" bringing along home made Muppet style puppets on a regular basis and learning and receiving much encouragement. Upon leaving school he directly landed his first job as a Muppeteer in 1980 on The Great Muppet Caper filling in on crowd scenes and doubling up for main characters. This directly led to building Podlings and Slaves for The Dark Crystal and then actually performing the Slavemaster Skeksis for the film. This was a really fun chat about Mike's work both as a Muppet and as an animator at Pixar.
57 minutes | Dec 23, 2015
Ep152 w/ Tree Adams
This week we have a very geeky chat with Composer Tree Adams. We not only talk music but comics, geekdom and tons of genre film and TV. You will recognize his work in shows like The 100, The Middle Man, Californication and movies like Super, Dawn of The Dead
48 minutes | Dec 8, 2015
Ep151 w/ Edwin Wendler
This week we chat with Composer Edwin Wendler, but this chat goes in depth on the technical side of Composing more than any conversation that we've had. Ed talks to us about audio levels, not over powering the film and why it happens sometimes.
52 minutes | Dec 2, 2015
Ep150 w/ Dan Lund (Disney VFX animator) / Aria For Cow
This week we chatted with Daniel James Lund. Dan is a Visual FX animator at Disney, he has worked on such films as The Lion King, Beauty and The Beast, Aladdin, Brother Bear and Frozen....there's a lot more...just look at his IMDB under Dan Lund. But Dan's true passion is film in general and we chat about that, Star Wars, Star Trek and of course about the recent animated short that he has directed entitled Aria for Cow.
40 minutes | Nov 25, 2015
Ep149 w/ Matthew Albanese
This week we are chatting with Miniature creator / Photographer Matthew Albanese.Matthew Albanese’s fascination with film, special effects and movie magic—and the mechanics behind these illusions—began early. Born in northern New Jersey in 1983, Albanese spent a peripatetic childhood moving between New Jersey and upstate New York. An only child, Albanese enjoyed imaginative, solitary play. He loved miniatures and created scenarios intricately set with household objects and his extensive collection of action figures. After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography at the State University of New York, Purchase, Albanese worked as a fashion photographer, training his lens on bags, designer shoes and accessories—this small-object specialization is known in the retail trade as “table top photography.” Albanese’s creative eye soon turned to tabletop sets of a more wildly eclectic nature. In 2008, a spilled canister of paprika inspired him to create his first mini Mars landscape. More minute dioramas—made of spices, food and found objects—followed. In 2011, Albanese was invited to show at the Museum of Art and Design of New York. His work has also been exhibited at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Winkleman Gallery, and Muba, Tourcoing France. Matthew is represented at Bonni Benrubi Gallery in New York http://www.matthewalbanese.com/gallery
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