HEADLINES: More from the 2011 European Film Market, “The Guardian Project,” viewing films online via the Festival of Films, creating viral marketing videos, and crowd-funding your film (part 2) — all this, plus Buzz Shout-outs!, on this week’s show!
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This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio program covering Digital Production, Post-Production and Distribution is filled with information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker or industry professional.
Join host Larry Jordan and co-host Michael Horton as they talk with:
Brian Rausch, VP Production, Vicon House of Moves
“The Guardian Project” is a short film that premiered during the NHL All-Star game. Brian Rausch, VP of Production for Vicon House of Moves was an integral part of the project. Vicon is a motion capture and animation service company. They partnered with the National Hockey League and Stan Lee’s company, SLG Entertainment, to create a video to launch a new superhero franchise. We are curious what Vicon did, and why they did it.
Shane Ross, Free-lance Editor
Shane Ross, free-lance editor and author of the Little Frog in High-Def blog, is also a member of the Avid beta test team. With the release of the latest version of Avid Media Composer, we wanted to find out from an expert what makes this new upgrade worth getting. We think you’ll find his answers surprising, because the key news isn’t actually about Avid.
David Murdico, Executive Creative Director, Supercool Creative
More and more ad agencies and clients are creating branded entertainment for the web. Since we are trying to figure out whether branded entertainment is the wave of the future, we decided to talk with David Murdico, Executive Creative Director for Supercool Creative, who recently directed a successful spot with Khloe Kardashian for T-Mobile. What are the challenges of working with a non-traditional client?
Simon Chappuzeau, Founder, Digital Film Camp
Simon Chappuzeau is the founder of the Digital Film Camp, which runs as part of the Berlinale. The Film Camp looks at how we can use crowd-funding, that is, raising money via the Internet, to finance documentaries and feature films. We began our conversation with him last week. This week, we want to look at the specifics of crowd funding and see how we can use it in our own projects.
SPECIAL INTERVIEW: Srinivasan Narayanan, Director, Mumbai Film Festival
Buzz Producer, Cirina Catania, is covering the Berlinale Film Festival for The Buzz, and met with Srinivasan Narayanan, the director of the Mumbai Film Festival. In this short interview, they talk about Indian films, why he is at the Berlinale, and the role independent films play in the Indian market.
You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another fascinating show.
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