In this solo episode I talk about my most recent Ambien dreamscape experience and a bunch of other things like how I think "The Holy Mountain" is just an inch away from being a sacred work of art and a "How Did This Get Made" episode. Join me as I fall down a rabbit hole of my own thoughts!
Anyone else panic when they spend money? I do. I also talk about the first look of Joaquin Phoenix in "Joker", and a wonderful piece of film noir called "The Breaking Point" from 1950. Join me on this Friday nugget episode!
Emmy nominated production designer and set decorator Nadya Gurevich has an amazing story. From her beginnings in working on short films, to television shows, and now "BlacKkKlansman" and "First Reformed" we talk about the progression of her life and work.
In this episode I get a chance to speak with Greg Esplin who spearheaded, wrote, stars, produced, and co-directs TRAINSPOTTING LIVE, an immersive play that blew my mind when I saw it. Join me to listen to Greg's inspiring journey from the inception of the play to selling out shows and how Irvine Welsh not only gave his blessings but has been there every step of the way for Greg and his cast and crew.
Welcome to the very first solo episode of "The Cary Allen Picture Show"! In this episode I talk about why I cancelled my Netflix subscription (no shade, Netflix...it was just time for a break up) and how I thought doing so was going to upset the balance of my creativity.
Part 2 of my wonderful discussion with Brad Robinson who finally reveals his gateway film. We discuss at length it's cultural impact as well as it's impact on Brad and myself as filmmakers and much more.
I got a chance to sit with director (and many other things) Brad Robinson for a wonderful two part chat about his short film "Ghosts Of New York" as well as projects he's worked on with director's Derek Cianfrance, Woody Allen, and many more. We don't get to his gateway film until part 2 but it's well worth the wait!
A very special episode where the microphone gets turned on me! I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Al Lifecoach about my entire creative history starting with the band years all the way up to now as well as how Buddhism and a positive mindset can breed more creativity and success.
Join me on this very special episode of The Cary Allen Picture Show where I sit down with Grammy Award Winning Producer Sammy James, Jr. who talks candidly about working with Cyndi Lauper and how film influenced his band The Mooney Suzuki
I had a chance to sit down with filmmaker Amy Leonard who went from shooting her own self produced music videos to creating content for big brands like Bud Light. We also discuss her gateway film "The Wizard Of Oz" and how it shaped her as a filmmaker.
Lea Pfändler opens up about her love for the detailed filmmaking of "Titanic" and how it has fueled her aspirations to make her own period pieces. We also discuss the making of her short films "A Cycle", "Old Habits Die Hard", and "How I Met Emily".