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A show about filmmaking, for filmmakers. Establishing Shots features interviews with writers, directors, actors, VFX artists, ADs, gaffers, production designers and anyone else who's involved in the creative or business side of filmmaking. What do they do? How do they do it? And, most importantly, how did they get there?

A show about filmmaking, for filmmakers. Establishing Shots features interviews with writers, directors, actors, VFX artists, ADs, gaffers, production designers and anyone else who's involved in the creative or business side of filmmaking. What do they do? How do they do it? And, most importantly, how did they get there?
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A show about filmmaking, for filmmakers. Establishing Shots features interviews with writers, directors, actors, VFX artists, ADs, gaffers, production designers and anyone else who's involved in the creative or business side of filmmaking. What do they do? How do they do it? And, most importantly, how did they get there?

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English


Episodes

9: How to release your film to the world (with Ben Kent)

5/13/2019
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Following our previous interview with Ben Kent, director of Killer Weekend, we revisit the production in its week of release. Watch Killer Weekend now on iTunes: https://t.co/gFzqAJJJ25 Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. With Ben Kent. This podcast is co-published by CineVue – visit cine-vue.com for the latest film reviews, features, interviews and festival coverage. Theme music is Smokin Sticks by Grandbankss. This is a Podot podcast. For sales and advertising contact nick@podotpods.com

Duration:00:21:26

8: What does Arabic cinema look like in 2019? (with Sheyma Buali)

3/21/2019
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On this week's episode of Establishing Shots, Nick Hilton is talking to Sheyma Buali director of the BBC Arabic Festival, about programming a festival focused on films from the Arab world, what it takes to make a great Arabic film in 2019, and whether we're seeing progress in people's appetite for world cinema. To find out more about the BBC Arabic Festival (including trailers for all the films discussed on the show and ticket information) visit:...

Duration:00:31:27

7: How to go from VFX whizz to writer/director (with Ben Kent)

2/26/2019
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On this week's Establishing Shots, Nick Hilton is speaking to writer/director Ben Kent about his new feature film, horror/comedy F.U.B.A.R. Ben is an Academy Award winning VFX software developer, now making a go of it in the world of comedy writing and director, so the discussion naturally centres on transitioning roles in the film industry and how to make sure that you visual effects are up to snuff. Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. With Ben Kent. This podcast is co-published by...

Duration:00:27:23

6: How to go from Britain to Hollywood (with Yann Demange)

12/5/2018
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Our guest this week is Yann Demange, director of 2014's '71 and now White Boy Rick, starring Matthew McConaughey. He discusses the challenges of making a 'genre hopping' film in America, the differences between the British and American film industries, and how he hopes to be making even more personal films in the future. Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. With Yann Demange. This podcast is co-published by CineVue – visit cine-vue.com for the latest film reviews, features, interviews and...

Duration:00:16:40

5: How to make a movie on your iPhone (with Victoria Mapplebeck)

11/7/2018
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Our guest this week is Victoria Mapplebeck, the director of 160 Characters and Missed Call, two short documentaries about her son, both filmed on iPhones. She is also a reader in Digital Arts at Royal Holloway university, where she also convenes their Documentary MA programme. She talks about making films with your iPhone, finding funding for documentaries in the UK, and whether VR (Virtual Reality) is the future of documentary filmmaking. Missed Call directed by Victoria Mapplebeck won the...

Duration:00:34:09

4: How to act in a Coen Bros film (with Tim Blake Nelson, Zoe Kazan, Harry Melling & Bill Heck)

10/26/2018
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On this week's Establishing Shots, we're talking to the cast of the new Coen Brothers movie, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. We're joined by Tim Blake Nelson and Harry Melling, and Zoe Kazan and Bill Heck, to cover a range of subjects including working for such revered filmmakers, shooting a film for Netflix, and the similarities (and differences!) between the Coen Brothers and Nancy Meyers. Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. This podcast is co-published by CineVue – visit cine-vue.com for...

Duration:00:13:01

3: How to make an Oscar winning documentary (with Morgan Neville)

10/15/2018
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On this week's episode of Establishing Shots, we're joined by Morgan Neville the Academy Award winning director of 20 Feet From Stardom, Best of Enemies and now Won't You Be My Neighbor? The documentary was a huge hit in the US and is now coming to Britain. Morgan joined us to discuss the message and success of the film, and how it holds up in 2018 against more overtly political documentary filmmaking. Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. This podcast is co-published by CineVue – visit...

Duration:00:20:15

2: How to make a modern mumblecore hit (with Jay Alvarez)

9/28/2018
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On this week's episode of Establishing Shots, we're joined by Jay Alvarez, the writer/director/lead actor of Dizzy Pursuit, currently showing at London's Raindance film festival. Jay talks through the process of crowdfunding a low budget movie and how Avengers' directors The Russo Brothers got on board as exec producers. Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. Theme music is Smokin Sticks by Grandbankss. This is a Podot podcast. For sales and advertising contact nick@podotpods.com

Duration:00:34:01

1: How to get your film into Open City Documentary Festival

9/7/2018
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In the first episode of the Establishing Shots podcast, we sat down with Chloe Trayner, associate director of the Open City Documentary Festival to talk through this year's event, their submissions process and the state of British documentary filmmaking. Find out more about Open City at http://opencitylondon.com/ Presented and produced by Nick Hilton. Theme music is Smokin Sticks by Grandbankss. This is a Podot podcast. For sales and advertising contact nick@podotpods.com

Duration:00:16:22

1: A Filmmaking Podcast for Filmmakers

9/5/2018
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Welcome to Establishing Shots, the filmmaking podcast for filmmakers. Each episode, we'll be featuring in-depth discussions with filmmakers from across the range of creative and business disciplines – from directors of photography to directors of festivals, from screenwriters to insurance underwriters, and artists of make-up, VFX, stunt, and really any other variety we can think of. Subscribe now and you'll get the latest episodes straight to your podcast listening device. You can find out...

Duration:00:00:57