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Tangerine and the iPhone Feature Film (with Chris Bergoch) GCS071

Today we speak with Chris Bergoch, co-writer and co-producer of the film Tangerine, distributed through Magnolia films and shot entirely on the iPhone.

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Spotlight: Chris Bergoch

Chris Bergoch and Sean Baker have been creative partners for years, each working on films, television shows and more. Their latest collaboration, Tangerine, has enjoyed incredible success, premiering at Sundance, being distributed by Magnolia films and most important, being loved by audiences around the world. Today we invite Chris Bergoch, co-writer and co-producer of Tangerine to discuss his writing process, securing funding, working with first time actors and the bold choice to shoot Tangerine entirely on an iPhone. We discuss the challenges and benefits of shooting on iPhone and how to get maximum production quality with a minimum budget.

  • Making a film about transgender sex workers
  • Why Donut Time in LA was the best location for this film
  • The story of a broken heart resonates with a larger audience
  • How they made the decision to shoot with iPhone
  • Microbudget films
  • Lighting for iPhone
  • How watching your film with an audience gives you a different perspective
  • Why the sub-par low-light capabilities of the iPhone worked for the look
  • The apps and gear needed to make an iPhone a cinema quality camera
  • and more…

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Red Giant Films (with Seth Worley and Aharon Rabinowitz) GCS068

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Today we invite Seth Worley and Aharon Rabinowitz from Red Giant to discuss their brilliant and widely successful short films for Red Giant Films. How did this film company begin, and how has it changed their lives?

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Spotlight: Seth Worley and Aharon Rabinowitz

Seth Worley and Aharon Rabinowitz are the brilliant creative minds behind Red Giant Films. With films like Plot Device, Spy Vs. Guy and Old/New they have inspired a new generation of film makers and changed the face of Red Giant. We discuss the challenges and rewards of making these films, how Red Giant products were the inspiration for each short and whats next for these rising stars. Also, we discuss the new Red Giant “Film Team Experiments” where you can learn how to creative your own stunning visual effects.

  • Working with crazy low budgets
  • How they made a film company out of a software company
  • Shooting on the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
  • Working with Patton Oswalt
  • Becoming a viral success
  • How you can become a visual effects master
  • What are Film Team Experiments
  • The film industry in Nashville
  • The essence of a passion project
  • What inspired the Red Giant Films
  • and more…

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Micro-budget (with Michael Kligerman) GCS056

Today we discuss the challenges and rewards of producing within micro-budgets. Our special guest Michael Kligerman has tons of experience with this and shares his strategies for choosing gear, traveling, booking crews and managing client expectations when working within these super tight budgets.

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The Go Creative Show is going to NAB! Ben Consoli and Matt Russell will be recording a live Go Creative Show at the Shutterstock booth on WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 at 12pm then gathering interviews from the floor of NAB. Ben is also speaking at 2 workshops for Shutterstock.com. Click here for more details and a full schedule of events.

  • Live Go Creative Show at Shutterstock booth Wednesday April 15 at 12pm
  • Shooting Stories: The Business of Filmmaking and Commercial Production. Ben joins Jacques Thelemaque and Derick Rhodes on Wednesday April 15 at 2pm
  • Beyond 4K: Understanding Bitrate, Color Workflows and More. Ben joins Tim Smith (Canon) and Derick Rhodes (Shutterstock) on Thursday April 16 at 12pm
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Spotlight: Michael Kligerman

Michael Kligerman is a director, producer, editor, graphic designer, animator, grip, gaffer, PA, and the list goes on and on… Why? Because he, like many of us have to wear many hats to get the job done. Mike and I discuss the rewards and challenges of working with the dreaded micro-budget. How to choose the right gear for the job, what to pack when producing solo on the road, managing client expectation, booking the right crews and more tips to make your next small-budget project turn out to be a big success.

  • Why making a video is like buying a car
  • Do editors make the best shooters?
  • Why is the Alzo 3000 LED light is Michael’s first choice?
  • Equipment choices to make traveling easier
  • Managing client expectations when producing with a micro-budget
  • How to use text and graphics to fill the b-roll void
  • and more…

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