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The Cinematography of Atlanta, Glow, and Brigsby Bear (with Christian Sprenger) GCS128

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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Spotlight: Christian Sprenger

Cinematographer Christian Sprenger has been busy. In just the last couple of years he shot the FX hit Atlanta, GLOW on Netflix, and the recent Sony Picture Classic’s film Brigsby Bear. Christian and I discuss the 3 distinct looks he created in these works, the pro’s and cons of mastering in Dolby Vision HDR, why filmmaking punk rock, and so much more.

  • Creating the 1980’s in camera
  • The color pallet of Brigsby Bear
  • The unique over-exposure technique used on Atlanta
  • Shooting Arri Amira
  • Mastering in Dolby Vision HDR
  • The value of HDR filmmaking
  • Christians lighting philosophy
  • and much much more!

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Costume Design Demystified (with Nadine Haders) GCS126

Nadine Haders joins us to discuss the artistry and logistics of costume designer for film and television plus, Erik Naso from Newsshooter and I discuss the Red Hydrogen announcement.

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Spotlight: Nadine Haders

Nadine Haders is the talented and versatile costume designer behind films and television shows like Six Feet Under, Deadwood, and the recent Jordan Peele film Get Out. Nadine and I discuss her role as a costume designer and how wardrobe can make or break a character. We dive deep into her work on Get Out and how its’ well defined color pallet supported and enhanced the story, whether you knew it or not. Plus, Erik Naso from NewsShooter.com joins us to discuss the announcement of the Red Hydrogen

  • Nadine’s work on Get Out
  • Working with Jordan Peele
  • How a costume designer presents ideas to a director
  • The importance of the colors blue and red in ‘Get Out’
  • Working with a color pallet in wardrobe design
  • How do you build a character through wardrobe
  • The similarities between ‘Get Out’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’
  • Creating a cult through color
  • Nadines work on HBO’s ‘Six Feet Under’
  • The details on the RED Hydrogen
  • The pre-order culture and what it means for the production industry
  • and much much more!

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The Super Secret Interview (with Evan Bourcier) GCS125

Evan Bourcier is an award-winning director of photography, blogger, podcast host and creator of the Super Secret Film Blog and he’s on today’s shot to talk about the production industry, gear, on-set etiquette and more.

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Spotlight: Evan Bourcier

Evan Bourcier is an award winning Director of Photography, podcast host, blogger, and creator of the Super Secret Film Blog where he curates information and discussion from filmmakers across the world. Evan and I discuss the state of the production industry for filmmakers and content producers, our favorite new gear, on-set etiquette, the value of sharing information, and so much more.

  • The value of sharing information
  • Discussing budget with your peers and clients
  • Social life vs work life, is there a boundary
  • Using social media to build your brand as a shooter/director
  • The ethics of sharing your work online
  • The value of challenging yourself
  • The pro’s and con’s of being a one-man-band videographer
  • Evan’s switch from Red to Alexa
  • Evan’s favorite production gear
  • and much much more!

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The Cinematography of Get Out (with Toby Oliver) GCS120

a href=”http://www.tobyoliver.com/”>Toby Oliver ACS is the award-winning cinematographer behind of the lens of the Jordan Peele film “Get Out” and he’s here today to discuss all his lighting and lensing secrets.

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Spotlight: Toby Oliver

Toby Oliver is the award winning cinematographer behind the lens of Jordan Peels debut film “Get Out”. “Get Out” has received high praise from critics and movie goes around the world for it’s story, acting, and cinematography, and Toby shares all his lighting and lensing techniques that gave “Get Out” it’s uniquely horrifying look. We discuss the blending of horror and comedy, why he choose to shoot with zoom lenses, the challenges of a limited budget, and so much more.

  • Rethinking the low budget horror film
  • Working with Jordan Peele
  • Choosing Zoom lenses vs. Primes
  • The most challenging shots of “Get Out”
  • Shooting car interiors with 2 cameras
  • Using a small LED lighting kit for feature films
  • The Sunken Place
  • Lighting ratios and false color
  • and much much more!

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Coyote Peterson and the Bites and Stings of Brave Wilderness (with Coyote Peterson and Mark Laivins) GCS116

Coyote Peterson and Mark Laivins are the brains and personalities behind the massively successful nature shows on the Brave Wilderness YouTube channel. But there’s much more than just bites and stings and we talk all about it.

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Spotlight: Brave Wilderness

Brave Wilderness is the hugely popular YouTube channel featuring host Coyote Peterson receiving devastating stings and bites from the most dangerous creatures on our planet. But there’s much more to this internet phenomenon and we talk to both Coyote Peterson and director Mark Laivins about their production techniques, camera and lens choices while in the wilderness, and turning viral fame into a successful brand.

  • How Brave Wilderness started with a love of filmmaking
  • Working with the Discovery Channel
  • How the attention span for online videos is getting longer
  • What is clickbait and why Brave Wilderness is not
  • Balancing education and entertainment
  • Life after a viral video
  • The lighting and camera choices for wildlife production
  • Where the Brave Wilderness brand is headed
  • Could this lead to a full length feature documentary?
  • Why an entertainment attorney is the most important person on your team
  • Coyote Peterson on Conan O’Brian
  • and much much more!

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