Tv And Film Podcasts
This is the Action Filmmaking Podcast, the show dedicated to pure action analysis. Our passion for action films and martial arts has led us here where we do in-depth analyses and breakdowns of choreography and fight sequences as well as interviews with action filmmakers around the world. Join us to know more about the beauty of choreography and the arts of action filmmaking from the industry's best. Catch new episodes weekly! Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/action-filmmaking-decoded/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/action-filmmaking-decoded/support</a>
By Darren Tun & Mike Messina
One English film nerd and one creative Australian talk about the films. Dan and Nicole discuss movies we picked in the previous episode. It's always based on a theme and when we can, we like to make it personal. But sometimes we just like random picks too. Each episode we pick a film for each other that we think they won't like at all. Those picks go to an Instagram poll every week and the loser has to watch and review the film for the next episode.
Gepwin and Dr. Izixs go on a journey through the world of science fiction TV and film. Going episode by episode as we use the episodes or movies as a means to talk about all sorts of things, to bring the humanities back into science fiction. Or at least try to!
By Dr. Izixs and Gepwin
Welcome to Misters of the Dark, the podcast, "The Greatest Horror Podcast in the history of Horror Podcasting!" - The Misters Join hosts, Lord Stefan Gearhart and The Man With No Name: Lance Wayne as they review their favorite horror movies, horror business, horror comics, hell, ALL THINGS HORROR! Go to www.mistersofthedark.com for more great content! Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/motdpodcast/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/motdpodcast/support</a>
By Misters of the Dark Podcast
The Voice of Mobile Film™ is for everyone who ever wanted to or is curious about making movies and videos using smartphones. S. Botello Productions™ (SBP) is a pioneer in the mobile filmmaking industry, one of the first–if not the first–to bring films shot with only mobile phones to the big screen in a traditional film festival style in 2009 with the International Mobile Film Festival in San Diego, California.
By Susy Botello - SBP Podcast