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The Film Triggers Podcast

By Telekinesis Entertainment

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The Film Triggers Podcast is a show about filmmaking, film gear, and how to get films made. It is made by Daren Smith and Alan Seawright, the Producer and Director at Telekinesis Entertainment.

Customer Reviews


Yes, I’m one of the hosts of the podcast, so this review totally doesn’t count or even mean anything, but I figured there were many, MANY people out there who just didn’t want to be first, so I thought I’d break the ice. So there we go…Ice = Broken.

Review away. Thanks!

A fantastic filmmaking podcast

This is two white guys talking about pop it must be a podcast! More specifically, this is two filmmakers talking about indie filmmaking. This podcast is generally informative and always entertaining. It's on my regular rotation, and it should be on yours too, especially if you are a novice filmmaker looking for guidance on a successful career in the industry. Thumbs up!

Pretty good filmmaking podcast

These guys will make you laugh. These guys know their stuff. They are always educating themselves about film and know what they are talking about. The only thing I don't like is how many tangents you go on. And when you do go on them, don't spend minutes on it.

Ideas to discuss on further episodes:
1. What is your favorite movie and why?
2. What do you enjoy about filmmaking?
3. In your opinion, what makes a good movie?
4. Discuss your current process with your first movie and the challenges and how you've overcome them.
5. What brought you into the film industry?
6. How/why, in your opinion, can bad movies make millions of dollars?

Keep up the good work!

The Film Triggers Podcast
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