The Art of the Cut Podcast Eps. 4 (w/ Spider-Man: Far From Home Editors Dan Lebental & Leigh Folsom-Boyd)


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The Art of the Cut podcast brings the fantastic conversations that Steve Hullfish has with world renowned editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. In each episode, Steve talks with editors ranging from emerging stars to Oscar and Emmy winners. Hear from the top editors today about their careers, editing workflows and about their work on some of the biggest films and TV shows of the year.

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Recently, Steve had a chance to talk with Spider-Man: Far From Home editors Dan Lebental & Leigh Folsom-Boyd. Listen to the full Continue reading “The Art of the Cut Podcast Eps. 4 (w/ Spider-Man: Far From Home Editors Dan Lebental & Leigh Folsom-Boyd)”

The Art of the Cut Podcast Eps. 3 (w/ Chernobyl Editor Simon Smith)


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The Art of the Cut podcast brings the fantastic conversations that Steve Hullfish has with world renowned editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. In each episode, Steve talks with editors ranging from emerging stars to Oscar and Emmy winners. Hear from the top editors today about their careers, editing workflows and about their work on some of the biggest films and TV shows of the year.

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This week, hear from editor Simon Smith about working on the fantastic HBO mini series “Chernobyl”. Listen to the full podcast below:

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The Art of the Cut Podcast Eps. 2 (Todd Miller on Editing Apollo 11)


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The Art of the Cut podcast brings the fantastic conversations that Steve Hullfish has with world renowned editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. In each episode, Steve talks with editors ranging from emerging stars to Oscar and Emmy winners. Hear from the top editors today about their careers, editing workflows and about their work on some of the biggest films and TV shows of the year.

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Recently, Steve had a chance to talk with Todd Miller about his award winning documentary feature Apollo 11. You can listen to the Continue reading “The Art of the Cut Podcast Eps. 2 (Todd Miller on Editing Apollo 11)”

Introducing The Art of the Cut Podcast!


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We are excited to announce a new way to consume the ever popular Art of the Cut interviews by Steve Hullfish! The Art of the Cut podcast will bring the fantastic interviews that Steve has with world renowned editors into your car, living room, editing suite and beyond. In each episode, Steve will talk with editors ranging from emerging stars to Oscar winners about their career path, editing workflow and about their work on some of the biggest films and TV shows of the year.

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The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 8 (w/ High Speed Cinematographer Peter Cote)


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast talks with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

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For the season one finale of The Filmtools Podcast, we talked with director and cinematographer Peter Cote! Born and raised in Michigan, Peter first found work on HBO’s “The Pacific” and later built his own commercial production company. After creating a viral ad for Levis and working on other major campaigns, Peter decided to move on from the growing business to pursue other passions. Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 8 (w/ High Speed Cinematographer Peter Cote)”

The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 7 with Director of Photography Kaity Williams


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast talks with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

Kaity Williams holding her Arri AMIRA on set

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week we sat down with director of photography and camera operator Kaity Williams. Raised in South Carolina, Kaity first found an interest in film while creating youtube skits with her twin sister. After deciding to move to Los Angeles to chase her passion for film, Kaity took a huge leap of faith by purchasing an Arri AMIRA as a Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 7 with Director of Photography Kaity Williams”

The Filmtools Podcast Eps 6. with Producer & Cinematographer Mauricio van Hasselt


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Each week, The Filmtools Podcast talks with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

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This week we had a conversation with cinematographer, director, VFX artist and producer Mauricio van Hasselt. Born in Spain, Mauricio was first bit by the filmmaking bug after having a chance to visit the set of “Dune” in the early 1980’s. After building and selling a small post production studio in Mexico, Mauricio seized an opportunity to study visual effects. Since making Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps 6. with Producer & Cinematographer Mauricio van Hasselt”

The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 5 with Cinematographer & VFX Artist Phil Holland


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast talks with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

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This week we had a conversation with cinematographer, director, VFX artist, and colorist Phil Holland. Phil has decades of experience in the industry having found his way onto film sets as a teenager in the San Fernando Valley. Hear from Phil about his break into the big time with his work as a VFX artist for films like “The Mummy”, Planet of the Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 5 with Cinematographer & VFX Artist Phil Holland”

The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 4 with Director Cole Walliser


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast will talk with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

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This past week we had a chance to sit down with Cole Walliser for a live podcast at our HQ in Burbank. Cole is an accomplished commercial director having directed campaigns for Mercedes-Bens, Pantene and Revlon and music videos for Katy Perry, Pink, Miley Cyrus and many more. You may recognize him from his work as the director of the Continue reading “The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 4 with Director Cole Walliser”

The Filmtools Podcast Eps. 3 with Drone Operator Mike Fortin


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Each week The Filmtools Podcast will talk with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry, and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

This week we had a fascinating conversation with drone operator and founder/CEO of Cinedrones Mike Fortin. Hear about Mikes path from flying RC helicopters for fun in Florida to capturing some of the most breathtaking aerial shots for shows like “Ozark” on Netflix, “9-1-1” on FOX, and “Goliath” on Amazon. Check out the episode below:

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Introducing The Filmtools Podcast


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Each week we will talk with industry professionals in a candid conversation about their career, relevant news within the industry and about the art and gear behind filmmaking.

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We launched this new endeavor last Friday with a fantastic episode featuring Cinematographer Julia Swain. Julia lead us through her journey from playing with her families camcorder as a child to managing dozens of crew members on large commercial shoots. You can listen to that audio below!

This week we had a chance to talk with Kenny McMillan, a name you likely recognize as he is a regular contributor to PVC! Continue reading “Introducing The Filmtools Podcast”

Filmmaker Friday featuring Robin Humbert


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With hundreds of jobs and opportunities, breaking into the entertainment industry can be a unique experience for anyone who decides to try to make a career as a filmmaker. From pitching an idea, casting, shooting, editing and screening there are countless ways to be involved in the creative process.

This week we spoke with Robin Humbert who is a producer, writer, and director. A member of the Producer’s Guild of America and Emmy Academy, Robin has produced a long list of national airing reality television series’, many trailers and promos while producing at Trailer Park, three scripted short films, and is

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Filmmaker Friday featuring James McKenzie


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With hundreds of jobs and opportunities, breaking into the entertainment industry can be a unique experience for anyone who decides to try to make a career as a filmmaker. From pitching an idea, casting, shooting, editing and screening there are countless ways to be involved in the creative process. This week we had a chance to speak with James McKenzie who is a Director of Photography within the commercial production world. This is what he said:

Photo of James McKenzie

What is your name and where are you from?

James McKenzie: My name is James McKenzie. I grew up in Iowa but I’ve

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Filmmaker Friday featuring Dylan Costa


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With hundreds of jobs and opportunities, breaking into the entertainment industry can be a unique experience for anyone who decides to try to make a career as a filmmaker. From pitching an idea, casting, shooting, editing and screening there are countless ways to be involved in the creative process. This week we had a chance to speak with Dylan Costa who fills many different roles including editor, director, and producer. This is what he said:

 

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What is your name and where are you from?

Dylan Costa: My name is Dylan Costa. I’m based in Los Angeles, but

Dylan Costa using Arri camera
Dylan Costa at an award show

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Filmmaker Friday with producer Stu Pollard for RUST CREEK


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Producing an independent film comes with a multitude of challenges. Unlike major motion pictures, an indie film often relies on a small team to secure funding, hire crew, cast talent, find locations and source the best possible equipment that fits into a budget that never seems to stretch far enough. These challenges are in addition the creative ones that come with filmmaking project of all sizes, which producers begin dealing with in pre-production and continue working on all the way through post.

We recently had the chance to talk with Lunacy Productions Stu Pollard who produced RUST CREEK, a film

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How Canon’s Cinema Prime and Cinema Zoom Lenses Provide the Ideal Look for “Homeland”


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Homeland, the hit TV series on Showtime that has been described as an “addictive, politically resonant spy thriller” has filmed all over the world, and recently became the first American television series to ever to shoot a full season entirely in Germany. Spanning multiple seasons, countless plotlines and locations across the world, the efforts to establish and maintain a consistent look for the show is something that David Klein, Director of Photography for the series, has been helping to shape and define ever since he began working on the show.

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Filmmaker Friday Featuring Filmmaker Nicholas Matthews


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With hundreds of careers and opportunities, the filmmaking industry can be a unique experience for a filmmaker. Filmtools decided to take a deeper look into the world of a filmmaker. This week, we had the opportunity to speak to filmmaker Nicholas Matthews about his work. This is what he said:

What is your name and where are you from?

Nicholas Matthews: Nicholas Matthews and I reside in Los Angeles, California

Primary role on set?

Nicholas Matthews: Cinematographer

Name a person in the industry that is on the top of his or her game in your role.

Nicholas Matthews: There are

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Filmmaker Friday featuring Filmmaker Joseph Adams


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With hundreds of careers and opportunities, the filmmaking industry can be a unique experience for a filmmaker. Filmtools decided to take a deeper look into the world of a filmmaker. This week, we had the opportunity to speak to filmmaker Joseph Adams about his work. This is what he said:

 

 

What is your name and where are you from?

Joseph Adams: Joseph Adams, Los Angeles.

Primary role on set?

Joseph Adams: Behind the scenes photographer and videographer, but I was once called Cinematographer of the Behind the Scenes. I like that title a little more.

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Filmmaker Friday Featuring Filmmaker Josh Woo


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With hundreds of careers and opportunities, the filmmaking industry can be a unique experience for a filmmaker. Filmtools decided to take a deeper look into the world of a filmmaker. This week, we had the opportunity to speak to filmmaker Josh Woo about his work. This is what he said:

 

Filmmaker Josh Woo on set

What inspires you?

Josh Woo: Films and art. Watching all kinds of films from across the world definitely gives me lots of inspiration. Art, particularly paintings, always give me creative ideas on how to mimic and create frames based on it.

 

What is

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Filmtools Filmmaker Friday featuring Filmmaker Cameron Trejo


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With hundreds of careers and opportunities, the filmmaking industry can be a unique experience for a filmmaker. Filmtools decided to take a deeper look into the world of a filmmaker. This week, we had the opportunity to speak to filmmaker Cameron Trejo about his work. This is what he said:

What is your name and where are you from?

Cameron Trejo: Cameron Trejo, Phoenix, AZ

What is your Primary Role on Set?

Cameron Trejo: Producer | Cinematographer

Those on top of their game

Cameron Trejo: So many talented filmmakers out there right now who are creating inspirational work.  I have

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