Join us on Tuesday, July 1st for next week's episode as we sit with Ted Hayesh to discuss his experiences with lighting Hollywood sets, how to survive in a world of creative people and how to build trust with your crew and colleagues.
Randy Turrow discusses the 4 things a big budget movie needs to be successful, we talk about health and how the business can be hard on the body and we dissect the old concept of the production triangle; good, fast and cheap.
Kimberley has been running Hollywood Shorts for 18 years. Hollywood Shorts is a festival series that has given many young film makers a chance to have their works viewed and supported. But not only does she run this festival series but she has screened and supported programming for nearly every major festival in America.
The true craft in compositing comes from understanding how to blend in the effect seamlessly. Thank goodness we can break things down with Evan Langley, Nuke Compositor.
On this week's show, we air the first half of our interview with Mark Weingartner, Visual Effects Director of Photography, who came down to the studio and took the time to explain some of the most complex visual effects sequences and talk about his experiences that led him to be one of the leading Visual Effects Supervisors in Hollywood. We talk about how to make "grist for the digital mill" and the distinction between visual effects and practical effects and we discovered that sometimes, talking about guilty movie pleasures can be more fun than talking about the big shows as we loop back around three times to Under Siege!