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Episode 49 - Brian Lonano and Victoria Cook from Crow Hand

2015-04-12
Length: 56s

Brian Lonano and Victoria Cook from insane short film Crow Hand came on to talk about the inspiration behind the film, meeting Elijah Wood, playing at SXSW, and meeting their short film idols!

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Episode 48 - Atlanta Screenwriters Group President Martin Kelley

2015-04-05
Length: 58s

Atlanta Screenwriters Group President Martin Kelley chats about the origins of the group, why a screenwriting community is so important for local films, and his upcoming project Blackhats!

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Episode 47 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 7 - Operations and Marketing Director Christopher Holland

2015-03-29
Length: 55s

Atlanta Film Festival Operations & Marketing Director Christopher Holland closes out our festival coverage! He talks about this year's festival, all the behind the scenes stuff it takes to pull off such a big event, and discusses his book Film Festival Secrets that helps filmmakers get into festivals!

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Episode 46 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 6 - Little Cabbage

2015-03-22
Length: 53s

Jen West and James Martin come on the podcast to talk about their short film Little Cabbage in part 6 of our Atlanta Film Festival coverage. They talk about inspiration behind the film, crazy Owen Wilson obsessed homeowners, and what we can expect next from the team!

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Episode 45 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 5 - Dante's Down the Hatch

2015-03-17
Length: 52s

Atlanta Film Chat's Atlanta Film Festival coverage continues with Jef Bredemeier's documentary Dante's Down the Hatch! He talks about the challenges of making his first film, his time working at Dante's, and how his life as a painter influences his filmmaking.

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Episode 44 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 4 - Garbanzos

2015-03-15
Length: 47s

Part 4 of our Atlanta Film Festival coverage! Ammar Nassri talks about his animated short Garbanzos, how his Syrian roots influences his work, and gives us a sneak preview of his upcoming project!

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Episode 43 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 3 - Satanic Panic 2 Battle of the Bands

2015-03-10
Length: 59s

Part 3 of our 2015 Atlanta Film Festival coverage features the filmmakers behind Satanic Panic 2: Battle of the Bands! They discuss the origins of the project, how they dealt with actors moving across the country during filming, and what we can expect in Satanic Panic 3 (and beyond!).

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Episode 42 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 2 - Good Grief Suicide Hotline

2015-03-08
Length: 56s

Our Atlanta Film Festival coverage continues as we talk to Sam Carter from Good Grief Suicide Hotline! He discusses the long journey to make the film, working on big budget movies like Selma, and why more money doesn't equal a better set.

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Episode 41 - Atlanta Film Festival Special Part 1 - Starlight

2015-03-01
Length: 47s

Our Atlanta Film Festival coverage begins with the animators and illustrators behind animated short Starlight. They talk their time at SCAD, inspiration behind the short, and how much work goes into even the shortest of films!

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Episode 40 - Atlanta Vampire Movie

2015-02-22
Length: 52s

Filmmakers behind indie film Atlanta Vampire Movie discuss the inspiration behind the movie, the many struggles faced to complete it, and why Atlanta should remember its indie roots!

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Episode 39 - Kathy Berardi from Red Clip Video

2015-02-15
Length: 53s

Kathy Berardi discusses teaching screenwriting courses, the struggles women face in the filmmaking world, and her start-up Red Clip Video that helps businesses make better videos!

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Episode 38 - Tom Cappello from Crazy Legs Productions

2015-02-09
Length: 48s

Tom Cappello from Crazy Legs Productions (Swamp Murders, Your Worst Nightmare) discusses why reality programming isn't as bad as everyone thinks, the importance of story, and why the company mainly uses local talent!

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Episode 37 - Writer/Director Ryan Lipscomb

2015-02-02
Length: 1s

Writer/director Ryan Lipscomb talks about his unique trajectory in his career, talking to Spike Lee, his film Bruise, and upcoming projects!

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Episode 36 - Matt Clanton from Act Tactical for Film

2015-01-23
Length: 1s

Matt Clanton from Act Tactical for Film comes on the show to talk about teaching actors to use weapons, gun safety on sets, and what movies and TV do right and wrong when it comes to police scenes!

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Episode 35 - Brad Pilcher from the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

2015-01-16
Length: 1s

Brad Pilcher, Assistant Director of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, chats about the 2015 festival, what kind of films we can expect, and shares crazy stories from previous festivals!

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Episode 34 - Jiyoung Lee

2015-01-09
Length: 55s

Jiyoung Lee and her creative partner Dave Bonawits talk about their latest film Female Pervert, getting accepted to the Slamdance and the Atlanta Film Festivals, and getting random emails from the Weinsteins!

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Episode 33 - Tara Ansley

2015-01-02
Length: 59s

Forbes Top 1000 Entrepreneurs Under 30's Tara Ansley talks film finance, social entrepreneurship, and being involved with the Sundance Institute!

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Episode 32 - Bret Wood

2014-12-26
Length: 46s

Writer/director Bret Wood talks about The Unwanted, the struggles of working in the indie world, his work with Kino Lorber, and gets assaulted by an attack cat!

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Episode 31 - Dustin Jacobs and Gerrit Hamilton

2014-12-19
Length: 1s

Director Dustin Jacobs and actor Gerrit Hamilton come on to talk about recent projects, The Interview scandal, Atlanta versus Los Angeles, and stories from years ago!

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Episode 30 - Elizabeth Alcaraz from The Actor's Scene

2014-12-12
Length: 47s

Elizabeth Alcaraz from acting school The Actor's Scene talks about the various classes students take, why schools like TAS are important for the area, and how she suddenly found herself working for the arts studio!

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Episode 29 - Mike Malloy

2014-12-05
Length: 56s

Mike Malloy talks his documentary Eurocrime! The Italian Cop and Gangster Films That Ruled the '70s, the official Django sequel Django Lives!, and many other things that include exclamation marks!

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Episode 28 - Bubba Carr

2014-11-21
Length: 54s

Bubba Carr (Fame, So You Think You Can Dance, Footloose) comes on the show to discuss his career, challenges faced by dancers as they get older, and why he thinks everyone has the potential to dance!

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Episode 27 - Kristy and Christina from the Atlanta Film Festival

2014-11-13
Length: 51s

Kristy Breneman and Christina Humphrey, film programmers from the Atlanta Film Festival, talk about the submission process, how difficult it is to select the best films, and give tips to filmmakers how to improve their chances in getting into festivals!

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Episode 26 - Linda Burns

2014-11-08
Length: 1s

Producer Linda Burns discusses the PA Academy, what the Atlanta film community gets right and wrong, and talking smack to John Elway!

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Episode 25 - Supremacy Films

2014-10-31
Length: 1s

Brandon and Errol from Supremacy Films come on to talk about their first feature film Curveball, problems they encountered shooting baseball sequences, unfair expectations audiences have of black filmmakers, and much more!

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Episode 24 - Mike Brune

2014-10-24
Length: 56s

Mike Brune (Blood Car, Congratulations!, Van Wilder: Freshman Year) comes on the show to talk about his time in Chicago, taking Congratulations! on the festival circuit, and Fake Wood Wallpaper's new film The Arbalest!

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Episode 23 - Corinne Barrios

2014-10-17
Length: 56s

Scares That Care rep Corinne Barrios come on the show to talk about the charity, writing for Dead, Buried, and Back, working with local productions, and tons more!

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Episode 22 - The Quantified Self

2014-10-10
Length: 59s

The New York City based creators behind The Quantified Self tell us why they're shooting in Atlanta plus talk about science, the writing process, and much more!

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Episode 21 - Won Chung

2014-10-03
Length: 52s

Won Chung talks about working in the AD department, how directors and producers can make a happier work environment, and why food is so important to a fun shoot!

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Episode 20 - Test Group

2014-09-26
Length: 59s

The filmmakers behind local zombie film Test Group stop by to talk about the origins of the project, cheesy movies, and the amazing talent from around the area they've found!

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Episode 19 - Rebecca Shrager of the People Store Talent Agency

2014-09-19
Length: 48s

Rebecca Shrager, President & CEO of the People Store Talent Agency, tells all the actors out there how they can increase their chances of getting noticed and talks about her experiences over the years!

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Episode 18 - Brothers Young Productions and Director Jan Mullins

2014-09-12
Length: 1s

Brothers Young Productions and director Jan Mullins talk about the upcoming dance movie "Untapped," the importance of marketing and the business side of filmmaking, and why we need more unique voices to tell stories!

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Episode 17 - Archangel: From the Winter's End Chronicles

2014-09-07
Length: 59s

Three of the minds behind Archangel: From the Winter's End Chronicles come on the podcast to discuss making the show, how they came to be featured on Heroes of Cosplay, and even drop some exclusives on us!

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Episode 16 - Dragoncon Special Part 5 - Joel Musch

2014-08-29
Length: 52s

Joel Musch talks about his Star Wars fan film Ruins and Reckoning showing at Dragoncon, the epic tale behind the notorious The Legend of Zelda: Hero of Time feature, and why he thinks filmmakers should just "go for it" when they want to make something!

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Episode 15 - Dragoncon Special Part 4 - Joanna Davidovich and Nate Foster

2014-08-29
Length: 1s

Joanna Davidovich (Ugly Americans) and Nate Foster come on to talk about their peppy and fun short film "Monkey Rag" showing at Dragoncon, how hard it was to make, andwhat they think about the state of animation today!

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Episode 14 - Dragoncon Special Part 3 - Ricky Hess

2014-08-22
Length: 1s

Ricky Hess, creator of the hit webseries "Horror Hotel," talks to us about the origins of the series, pitching it to Hulu and other companies, and what to expect at his appearance at Dragoncon!

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Episode 13 - Dragoncon Special Part 2 - Darrell Hazelrig

2014-08-16
Length: 56s

Writer/Director/Producer/Editor/Etc. Darrell Hazelrig talks about working with New Puppet Order, his film premiering at Dragoncon, and his day job shooting industrials!

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Episode 12 - Dragoncon Special Part 1 - Anthony McHie and John Prew

2014-08-08
Length: 54s

Anthony McHie & John Prew, whose webseries Inevitable is showing at Dragoncon, stop by to talk about filming the series, their anime inspirations, and why women make amazing action stars!

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Episode 11 - John Pruner and Jessica Hinckle

2014-08-01
Length: 1s

John & Jessica of Muse of Fire Films stop by to talk about their new projects, what it's like in their "day jobs" as camera operator and script supervisor/Atlanta Film Festival employee respectively, and why Back to the Future is possibly the best movie of all time!

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Episode 10 - Michael Goldberg

2014-07-25
Length: 1s

Editor Michael Goldberg (Fast & Furious 7, Rectify, Single Ladies) comes by the podcast to talk about the post-production world, including what filmmakers should discuss with their editing team before they ever shoot a single frame!

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Episode 9 - Lacey Patten

2014-07-18
Length: 1s

Actress and model Lacey Patten talks about her latest roles as well as how she got started in acting, found an agent, and why she loves Sailor Moon so much!

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Episode 8 - Scott Knollin

2014-07-11
Length: 55s

Scott Knollin from AlltheHitsSoFar.com stops by to talk about the entertainment blog's scholarship fund (check it out at gofundme.com/allthehitssofar) as well as his experiences playing background characters in Van Wilder: Freshmen Year, Walking Dead, and Teen Wolf!

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Episode 7 - Nick Hiltgen

2014-07-04
Length: 59s

Nick Hiltgen stops by to talk about Sessions, a filmmaker-improvement-bootcamp type program in Atlanta, plus why he thinks workshopping is so important for every project!

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Episode 6 - 48 Hour Film Project Special Part 2 - Tony Holley

2014-06-25
Length: 56s

Location Manager Tony Holley walks through the steps needed to secure a location plus gives tips for those participating in the 48 Hour Film Project.

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Episode 5 - 48 Hour Film Project Special Part 1 - Paula and Gabe

2014-06-22
Length: 57s

Have you signed up for the 48 Hour Film Project or simply wondering what it's all about? City Producers Paula Martinez and Gabe Wardell stop by to discuss the 48 and what kind of madness you can expect this year, including a record 92 teams and filmmakers using drone technology!

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Episode 4 - Mike Morgan

2014-06-13
Length: 56s

Y'allywood Executive Director Mike Morgan stops by to talk about running a new festival, why highlighting Southeastern filmmakers is important, and shooting a documentary in Kenya!

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Episode 3 - Raymond Carr

2014-06-09
Length: 59s

Ninja Puppet Productions' Raymond Carr stops by to talk about working on LazyTown and Walking with Dinosaurs as well as what kind of environment he thinks is best suited for making more creative films and shows.

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Episode 2 - Charles Judson

2014-06-01
Length: 1s

Former Artistic Director of the Atlanta Film Festival Charles Judson stops by to discuss his thoughts on the Atlanta film community and the direction he thinks it should be moving in.

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Episode 1 - Keith Brooks

2014-05-21
Length: 58s

Keith Brooks from Walking Dead, Magic the Gathering the Musical, and the Internet smash Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday stops by to talk about growing up in Canton, starting his career, and getting punched repeatedly by Andrew Lincoln!

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Zombie Cat Productions presents a podcast dedicated to going behind the scenes with the talented & hardworking folks in the Atlanta film community. Follow us on Twitter at @ATLFilmChat for updates!

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