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Modern Political Advertising (with Matt McLaughlin and Bill Hyers) GCS136

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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Spotlight: Matt McLaughlin and Bill Hyers

Creative stratigist Matt McLaughlin and campaign manager Bill Hyers have joined forces to create WIN, a creative political strategy company. With WIN, Matt and Bill have produced videos for politicians like Bernie Sanders and Bill de Blasio, but it was their work for John Fetterman and and Randy Bryce that have changed the face of political advertising. We discuss how their approach is more impactful, their collaboration, blending politics and documentary, and much much more.

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  • Finding the authenticity in political candidates
  • Developing trust with your clients
  • WIN’s work for Randy Bryce, John Fetterman, and Bernie Sanders
  • How commercial work can translate into political work
  • The creative process
  • The impact of social media on political advertising
  • and much much more!
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    Larger Than Life Cinematography (with Ben Allan ACS) GCS127

    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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    Spotlight: Ben Allan ACS

    Ben Allan’s latest film, Wild Squad Adventures was not only shot in the insanely wide 5:1 aspect ratio, but it was also custom made for only one theater in the entire world. And that theater was created to play only this one film. Ben and I discuss the shooting and lighting challenges of the 5:1 aspect ratio, working with the Blackmagic cinema cameras, shooting with his custom built drone rig, and so much more.

    • Shooting 5:1 Aspect Ratio
    • Blocking for super wide shots
    • The challenges of Cinerama format
    • Choosing Blackmagic Cinema Cameras
    • The Trident 3-camera custom rig
    • Shooting with three cameras on a drone
    • A custom made cinema for a custom made film
    • SLR Magic lenses
    • Adding pop in post production
    • How camera movement effected the film
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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
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    The Cinematography of Parts Unknown (with Zach Zamboni) GCS091

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    Zach Zamboni is the brilliant and visionary cinematographer for Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and he’s with us today to share his experiences shooting around the world. This episode of Go Creative Show was recorded in front of a live audience at Rule Boston Camera. Click here to watch the video of the interview.

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    Spotlight: Zach Zamboni

    Zach Zamboni is not only the brilliant cinematographer behind the lens of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, he is also a student of Philosophy and his visuals are informed by his deep appreciation for the human spirit. Zach has shot all over the world in often extreme conditions and has become expert in blending his cinematic looks with the unpredictability of non-fiction. This is not just a discussion about cameras, lensing, and lighting, it’s a discussion on the philosophies of cinematography and how Zach is changing the way that television is produced.

    • Staying inspired and keeping it fresh
    • The secrets behind Zach’s favorite episodes
    • Zach’s shooting and lighting philosophy
    • How to inspire a creative process that changes week to week
    • The equipment needed for easy travel around the world
    • Stories from some of the most interesting places on earth
    • Working with Anthony Bourdain
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