Philip Bloom, filmmaker, photographer, camera reviewer, and teacher, comes back on the Go Creative Show to discuss his latest MZed online course, Filmmaking for Photographers.
Film and TV Production
Film Riot is an inspiration to all filmmakers, and in this episode of Go Creative Show, we celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Film Riot, with Ryan Connolly.
Ryan and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how Film Riot has changed over the years, plus a behind the scenes look at his latest short film “There Comes a Knocking” and why it’s a first step towards a feature film.
Drew Boughton, production designer for Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle, discusses how he designed an alternate world where the Nazi’s and Imperial Japanese have taken over America.
Drew and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how he designed the Nazi-controlled East, Japanese-controlled West, and Neutral Zone in the middle. Plus he shares how he prepped for the show, his relationship with lighting and wardrobe departments, his process aging sets and props, how his designs have evolved over the series, working with the VFX team, and more!
Get a rare look at how in-house production agencies function with the team from Kronos, plus tips on winning new clients! Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, talks to Joe Serra, lead producer, and Ken Volk, senior director of creative brand at Kronos. Together they run an in-house production team that handles everything from internal productions to working with vendors, like BC Media Productions, to produce bigger productions.
Learn the benefits of working with in-house production teams, how they compare to traditional advertising agencies, tips for winning new clients, plus best practices for approaching budget, sending lead generating emails, and much more.
Barbara Ling, production designer for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, discusses how she was able to turn back time and recreate 1960’s Hollywood.
Barbara and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how Quentin Tarantino kept the film’s script a secret, how she restored Hollywood to the 1960’s, not using green screen, sourcing vintage props from eBay, filming the real Playboy Mansion, the challenges of filming on Hollywood Boulevard, and much more.