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Our unconscious lives sustain habits that shape us for good and bad. We make a cup of tea in the morning. We check social media when we get into bed at night. But what if God got involved in our rhythms, and shaped them for the better? And not just ours, but our friends’, and our families? What would it look like if our communities were committed to shared rhythms of word, worship and prayer? We think it would look pretty radical. And Jesus would be there. Rooted is an invitation to develop ...
 
The Boston Athenæum, a membership library, first opened its doors in 1807, and its rich history as a library and cultural institution has been well documented in the annals of Boston’s cultural life. Today, it remains a vibrant and active institution that serves a wide variety of members and scholars. With more than 600,000 titles in its book collection, the Boston Athenæum functions as a public library for many of its members, with a large and distinguished circulating collection, a newspap ...
 
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Enter to win $500 in Filmtools Gift Cards by submit your feed back to our listeners poll: https://forms.gle/Pg6rsjaYmYLwiksRA On todays episode of the Editors on Editing podcast, Glenn talks with editors Dean Zimmerman & Casey Cichocki about season 4 of "Stranger Things." Dean has had a long career in the industry cutting such films as "Jumper", "N…
 
In the season finale of "Crossing the 180," Ron brings out of "mothballs," clips for his previous critically acclaimed podcast, "Radio Film School." In these clips, Ron speaks with seasoned film and Television producer Yolanda T. Cochran as well as "The Other 50%: Herstory" podcast host and Hollywood veteran, Julie Harris Walker. You'll also hear s…
 
On this weeks episode of the Editors on Editing Podcast, Glenn talks with Louise Ford about editing the epic film "The Northman." You likely know Louise from her edited work on films like “The Lighthouse”, “Thoroughbreds” and “Don’t Breathe.” Enjoy the episode! Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for …
 
Today on Crossing the 180, Ron has an in-depth discussion with Lydia Hurlbut, CEO of Hurlbut Visuals and Filmmakers Academy. Ron and Lydia’s friendship goes back over ten years. In this episode, they cover a wide gamut of topics: entrepreneurship in filmmaking; whether or not film schools are still needed; the streamers; the binge vs. drip model of…
 
After two years of COVID delays, NAB 2022 was once again back in person at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This week Scott, Damian & Kenny sit down for a quick wrap up conversation about how the show was, what they saw and if they thought it was worth it to be back in person on the show floor. Enjoy the episode! Enjoying the podcast? Make sure to …
 
Mobolajia Olambiwonuu is a Nigerian immigrant who struggled with what it meant to be Black in America when he was literally an African American. His outlook on race in America helped to formulate his work both as a professor at film school and a documentary filmmaker. He is the filmmaker behind the documentary “Ferguson Rises.” It’s a look at how t…
 
On this weeks episode of the Editors on Editing podcast, Glenn talks with John Venzon & Jesse Averna about the new Dreamworks animated film "The Bad Guys." You like know John from his work on films such as "The Lego Batman Movie" & "Storks." Jesse was an editor on "Sesame Street" & was an additional editor on "Frozen II." Enjoy the episode! Thanks …
 
In this season, we hear from a variety of members within our church family, with the aim to hear what God is currently doing in and through their lives. This week we have Louise, who is one of our youth at Central! In this episode, Louise chats with Connaire about why she recently got baptised and how she encountered God at the youth weekend away.…
 
On this week’s episode of Crossing the 180, I speak with a special kind of doc filmmaker. Joële Walinga had an entry at this year’s SXSW that one show organizer said was their favorite. The name of the film is “Self-portrait,” and it’s a documentary is unlike any you’ve seen. It’s just over an hour of surveillance camera footage from around the wor…
 
On todays episode of the podcast, Damian talks with "No Time To Die" VFX Supervisor Charlie Noble. Charlie was nominated for an Oscar for his work on "No Time To Die" and also worked on projects like "The Bourne Ultimatum", "Captain American: The First Avenger", "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" and much more. Enjoy the episode! This episo…
 
Today on Crossing the 180, Ron speaks with Tema Staig, founder and executive director of Women N Media, a film historian, production designer, and teacher. They discuss the history of film, the changing gender dynamics in Hollywood, and in the special post-credits bonus segment, they get into that now infamous Slap Heard ‘Round the World when Will …
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast! This week Scott talks with Alex Manning about a rather interesting position in the industry, movie trailer editing. Alex has cut trailers across action, horror & comedy genres including for the films “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, “Star Trek into Darkness”, “Paranormal Activity”, “Napoleon Dynamite” & “…
 
We interrupt the worldwide fixation on the “slap heard ‘round the world” to bring you a brighter, more jovial look at “Black Hollywood.” Today on the show we have the one, the only, Chris Spencer. If you don’t know that name, trust me, you’ve seen his work. Chris is a prolific writer and comedian best known for co-creating “Real Husbands of Hollywo…
 
Welcome to another episode of Editors on Editing. This week, Glenn talks with editors William Hoy, ACE & Tyler Nelson about "The Batman." William has a long list of editing credits including "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes", “Watchmen", and “I, Robot.” Tyler has rocketed onto the scene having worked on films like “Gone Girl”, and “The Social Networ…
 
In all the years I’ve interviewed filmmakers, there’s one role I’ve yet to interview—a story producer! Well, this week I check that off the list. From her work on a pilot documentary series for Vice, to her work on reality TV shows like “Dancing with the Stars,” Marissa Messiano has a wide range of experiences. In this episode, you'll learn exactly…
 
On this weeks episode, Kenny talks with Oscar Winning production designer Grant Major about his work on the Netflix film "Power of the Dog." Grant has had a fascinating career having worked on films such as "King Kong" and the "Lord of the Rings" Trilogy. He won his Oscar for Production Design on "The Return of the King" and is now nominated for hi…
 
Every now and then I feel like I hit the jackpot with a guest interview. This week is such a time as I got a chance to talk to Jacqui Lopez, VP of Franchise Production at Lucasfilm, and one of the exec producers behind Star Wars: VISIONS. This was a groundbreaking series between Lucasfilm and seven Japanese anime studios. -Jacqui on IMDb -Ron on Tw…
 
Welcome to a special episode of the Art of the Frame Podcast! Today we have a different show for you as Scott talks with EditMentor CEO & EditStock Founder Misha Tenenbaum. This is a super interesting episode that strays from our normal film/ TV show interview format but none-the-less worth the listen! Enjoy the episode. Follow Misha on Twitter @mi…
 
Today you’re getting a special treat on this episode of Crossing the 180. I have on the show my long-time friend and colleague Kristen Souders. I first met Kristen in the mid naughts, when we were both wedding filmmakers in the San Francisco Bay Area. Kristen founded and ran a very successful studio called Bliss Video Productions. At the time, she …
 
On todays episode of Editors on Editing Glenn talks with "Belfast" editor Úna Ní Dhonghaíle. You likely know Úna from her editing work on shows such as "The Crown" and "Three Girls" and for the upcoming feature "Death on the Nile." Úna has also been nominated for an ACE Eddie for "Belfast." Enjoy the episode! Thanks again to ACE for partnering with…
 
*Cue Olympic Theme Song* Welcome to this special Friday episode of the Art of the Frame Podcast! On todays episode, Scott talks with longtime Olympic Games editor Rob Weir. In his 35 years in the industry, Rob has cut 7 Emmys, 10 Tellys, 10 Olympics and numerous docs as well as dozens of network and cable features. In this chat Scott and Rob dive i…
 
We are kicking off the new year with a new series of Rooted! In response to our God is Green series, we are having a further look into how we respond to Climate Change as followers of Jesus. This week, we have Neja, who is one of our students at Central. We chat about how Climate Change is a justice issue and what small/big things we can practicall…
 
In this week's episode of Crossing the 180, Ron interviews documentary filmmaker Salima Karoma. From her success with her first feature documentary "Bad Rap," to her CNN documentary "Dreamland: The Burning of Black Wall Street," Salima shares how her career as a doc filmmaker has had such great success. If you're a doc filmmaker, you will be inspir…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Art of the Frame podcast! This week, host Matt Jeppsen talks with cinematographer Mike Gomes & editor Jon Connor about "New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization." "New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization" is a program filmed in June 2018 at the Acropolis in Greece, that showcases the core of the American values in lit…
 
Happy New Year! Welcome back to the Art of the Frame podcast feed and a new episode of Crossing the 180. Today Ron is talking with director Jen McGowan. Jen has had the good fortune to be a director of both feature films and television. From breakout indie hits at festivals like SXSW, to mainstream TV shows like Jordan Peele’s “The Twilight Zone” o…
 
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