Lessons in Filmmaking w/ Vilan Trub
  • Vilan Trub
10 episodes
Interviews with filmmakers and entertainers about watching movies, making movies, and more.

Episodes

#10 - Maddox
2020 Sep 3050m 46s
George "Maddox" Ouzounian is the founder of the influential humor blog The Best Page in the Universe and a New York Times best selling author.
#9 - Alex Ferrari
2020 Sep 301h 2m 50s
Indie Film Hustle founder Alex Ferrari geeks out about movies and talks about his new book, Shooting for the Mob: (based on the Incredible True Story).
#8 - Patrick Kilpatrick
2020 Sep 3056m 53s
Patrick Kilpatrick is the rare conservative-leaning Hollywood actor who went toe-to-toe on the big screen with Tom Cruise in Minority Report and loaned his car in real life to Zed from Pulp Fiction (to buy crack of course).
#7 - Michael Dorn
2020 Sep 3057m 57s
Michael Dorn is known as Star Trek's Worf, but he's also a prolific voice actor and dreams of directing a romantic comedy.
#6 - Martin Ruhe
2020 Sep 3032m 23s
Martin Ruhe is a director of photography who lensed movies such as George Clooney's Catch-22 and Harry Brown with Michael Caine.
#5 - Stephen Mark
2020 Sep 3036m 4s
Stephen Mark edited some of the biggest shows from X-Files to Deadwood. He talks about cutting for TV, David Duchovny learning how to deliver a joke, and working on less-than-desirable projects because you need the money.
#4 - Bryan Norton
2020 Sep 301h 3m 29s
Bryan Norton served as a chairperson of the New York Film Academy and is the author of the upcoming book: For God Sake’s Get Out! The Making of the Amityville Horror.
#3 - Vanja Cernjul
2020 Sep 3021m 23s
Vanja Cernjul is a director of photography who lensed everything from big hits like Crazy Rich Asians to some of today's most innovative TV shows like 30 Rock and The Deuce.
#2 - Jeremiah O'Driscoll
2020 Sep 3058m 3s
Jeremiah O'Driscoll is the legendary editor of The Polar Express, Beowulf, Flight, and many other great films. Through his collaboration with some of the greatest filmmakers, including a steady collaboration with Robert Zemeckis, he directly influenced how we watch movies.
#1 - Bryan Norton
2018 Dec 2057m 12s
Bryan Norton served as a chairperson of the New York Film Academy and is the author of the upcoming book: For God Sake’s Get Out! The Making of the Amityville Horror.
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