Modern Political Advertising (with Matt McLaughlin and Bill Hyers)

Our guests Matt McLoughlin and Bill Hyers discuss their creative political strategy company WIN and how they are changing the face of political advertising.

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The Long Road Home (with Seth Reed)

Our guest today is Seth Reed, the Emmy nominated production design for the National Geographic miniseries The Long Road Home. Seth and I discuss the challenges and benefits of shooting at Fort Hood in Texas and how he created the biggest standing set in North America.

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Live From Mass Media Expo 2017

The Go Creative Show returns to the Mass Media Expo to interview speakers, panelists and participants live from the showroom floor.

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Directing Music Videos (with Grant Singer)

Filmmaker Grant Singer is widely regarded as one of the words premier music video directors and he’s on the show to talk all about his experiences.

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The Making of Negative (with Joshua Caldwell)

Joshua Caldwell is a director, cinematographer, writer, and producer who’s recently released feature film “Negative” can teach us a lot about budget filmmaking.

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IBC 2017 (with Erik Naso)

Erik Naso from Newsshooter.com joins us to discuss all the latest news and announcements from IBC 2017 including the Sony Venice, Go Pro Hero 6 and Fusion, Panasonic EVA 1 and much more.

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Creative Entrepreneurs (with Jeffrey Shaw)

Jeffrey Shaw is a business coach, speaker and podcast host and he’s here today to teach us how by changing our mindset, we can become more creative and successful.

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Game Of Thrones Cinematography (with Robert McLachlan)

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Robert McLachlan is the brilliant cinematographer behind the lens of some of the most iconic Game of Thrones episodes and he’s here today to share behind the scenes secrets.

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Spotlight: Robert McLachlan

Cinematographer Robert McLachlan is the director of photography for Ray Donovan, Westworld, and some of the most iconic episodes of Game of Thrones. Robert and I dive deep into the cinematography of Game of Thrones, discussing the behind the scenes secrets from the epic Loot Train Battle, the classic Red Wedding scene, and many more of your favorite and most memorable Game of Thrones moments

  • Secrets from the Loot Train Battle
  • Blocking the sunlight with smoke
  • Working with first time director Matt Shakman
  • Delegating responsibilities to make the scene work
  • Shireen’s Death on Game of Thrones
  • Using a closed shutter to create an unsettling mood
  • The classic noir cinematography of Ray Donovan
  • Jon Snows death scene
  • Shooting on Alexa cameras
  • Secrets from the Red Wedding scene
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The Cinematography of Atlanta, Glow, and Brigsby Bear (with Christian Sprenger)

Christian Sprenger is the visionary cinematographer behind the lens of FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent film Brigsby Bear and he’s on the show today to share his experiences.

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Larger Than Life Cinematography (with Ben Allan ACS)

Ben Allan joins us to discuss his recent film, Wild Squad Adventures which was shot in a 5:1 aspect ratio and custom made for one screen, in only one theater in the entire world.

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