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113 minutes | 8 months ago
S1 Bonus - Eric Toline (Sound Mixer)
On this bonus episode, we talk with Sound Mixer Eric Toline.Eric has been a sound mixer for more than 65 years. He originally got started in music studios in New York and eventually moved on to movie sound. He most recently ran Professional Sound Services in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.Skeleton Crew is a podcast featuring discussions with key crew members that would be present on most film sets. It is hosted by filmmaker Joseph Boyle.
65 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E6 - Desireé Moore (Producer)
On this episode, we talk with Producer (and all-around filmmaker) Desireé Moore.I’m a storyteller and I so happen to use the moving image to tell my stories. For me, the spectacular aspect of cinema is the intentional image and its potential to further the depth and meaning of the story. My artistic foundation in video art continues to inspire my development of radical narratives that challenge the contemporary viewer.I currently teach at the University of Missouri in the Digital Storytelling and Film Studies Production Departments within the School of Visual Studies.You can find more information about Desireé on Instagram @sugalicker, at her website desireenicholemoore.com or via email at email@example.com.
65 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E5 - Javi Fick (Director of Photography)
On this episode, we talk with Director of Photography Javi Fick.NEED DESCRIPTIONYou can find more information about Javi at https://javifick.com or on Instagram @javifick.
62 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E4 - Seth Floyd (Gaffer)
On this episode, we talk with Gaffer Seth Floyd.Seth Floyd has been a gaffer, electrician and grip in the Tampa Bay Area since 2002. He has worked in film production of all sizes from feature films, commercials, music videos, reality TV, industrials and more. He lives with his wonderful wife and their 3 cats. When not onset, he enjoys running, crossfit and outdoor activities.You can find more information about Seth on Instagram @vfilms.
61 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E3 - Rachel Cameron (Sound Mixer)
On this episode, we talk with Sound Mixer Rachel Cameron.I'm Rachel Cameron. As a location sound operator working closely with filmmakers, I make sure their audio needs are covered. I love that role, and I'm into it more than anyone I know. Dancing VU meters have had me spellbound since I was a child, and I've devoted my life to recording sound. I only do sound. Let the others do picture.You can find out more information about Rachel at http://www.rachelcameron.com.
63 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E2 - Joe Boccia (Visual FX)
On this episode, we talk with Visual FX artist (and all-around filmmaker) Joe Boccia.Visual effects, compositing, glitchy motion design, with a dash of cinematography are the ingredients of Forge Company, the moniker of full-time freelancer Joe Boccia. Primarily focusing on aspects of post production Joe likes to shoot, cut, grade and animate. Usually locked up at his after effects workstation Joe is happiest adding visual effects in commercials, music videos, short films and other endeavors. In the years to come Joe hopes to one day be designing title sequences for almost anything. Come say hi!You can find more information about Joe Boccia at https://www.instagram.com/forge_company/, https://vimeo.com/forgecompany and you can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
66 minutes | 2 years ago
S1E1 - John McElroy (Director)
On this episode, we talk with Director John McElroy.John McElroy here. Producer, actor, co-director and songwriter for the independent feature film “Rocky Mountain Fast Guy” and its all original soundtrack. Being a musician/songwriter is how I first learned my love for creating something from nothing. Being a filmmaker was another way to do just that. I had a story. Obtaining locations, actors, crew, props, etc. as well as coordinating schedules and somehow surrounding yourself with talented people and friends was something I didn’t know I could do. I need level headed, problem solvers around me. So for me it‘s about being honest, semi-realistic and sharing the enthusiasm, and although everything costs money it’s not about transactions, it’s about relationships. It’s emotional, exciting and sometimes disappointing but you’ll be creating.For more information about John and Rocky Mountain Fast Guy, visit http://rockymountainfastguy.com or https://www.facebook.com/RockyMountainFastGuy/. The film is available to watch on Amazon Prime. The soundtrack is available on iTunes, Amazon, Google play and Spotify.
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