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Multiplexer

Multiplexer

He's an accomplished film producer, the president of a global film production and consulting company, and an expert on the planning, budgeting and execution of both international and domestic filming. On the next Cinematic Immunity, Billy Badalato, Jr., tells us his story, and shares so much sage advice for finding success in the entertainment industry ("Your first day of work is really your second job interview.") that we couldn't fit it all into just one episode. Yes, it's another Cinematic Immunity two-parter - but with thirty years of working in the film industry, Badalato, Jr., had so many valuable lessons to share with our listeners, that we just couldn't leave any of them out. 

Hear Billy Badalato, Jr., school us on the ins and outs of international and domestic film consulting, the logistics of Navy fighter-jet refueling, and some of the difficulties of using trains, planes and boats in your movie. We'll discuss what happens when you go to shoot in the middle of nowhere, and how to climb the showbiz ladder from personal assistant to president of a global production and consulting company. Learn all that and more, on the next episode of the Cinematic Immunity podcast, this Tuesday

Successive Exposure

Successive Exposure

Next week, we sit down with David Stump, A.S.C., and discuss such topics as the iconic train sequence in Stand By MeRambo III's "muscle lighting," Beetlejuice, and Army of Darkness. Plus, we talk about Quantum of Solace and forgetting to steal things, Star Trek: First Contact and Patrick Stuart's eyeball work, and we visit post-apocalyptic Kansas, go for a ride in a certain time-traveling Delorean once more, and Louis loves on David's book, Digital Cinematography: Fundamentals, Tools, Techniques, and Workflows

David Stump has worn many filmmaking hats over last thirty-plus years. He's been a producer, a director, a cinematographer, an author, a visual effects supervisor, an effects cameraman - and he has an Academy Award for Scientific & Technical Achievement. He's worked on some of the most memorable films from the last three decades, and is generous enough to share his knowledge with world through his excellent book and articles on filmmaking.

You Think They'll Have That on the Tour?

You Think They'll Have That on the Tour?

When legendary cinematographer, Dean Cundey, stopped by Cinematic Immunity to tell us about his impressive career in filmmaking, he had so many great stories that we couldn't contain it all in one episode!

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, hear the behind the scenes stories from the making of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," the "Back to the Future" trilogy, "Apollo 13," and more, in part two of our interview with Dean Cundeay, A.S.C.. 

...and we thought they were just taking Snapshots.

...and we thought they were just taking Snapshots.

Jessica Burstein sits in the hot seat on next week's episode of Cinematic Immunity. She was educated in Switzerland and New York and began her career at NBC working as the first female staff photographer for any network. Her work has appeared in countless publications and magazines worldwide including Time, Newsweek, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone. Join us on Tuesday, July 29th to hear how she does it all.