By Paul Zadie
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a filmmaking podcast dedicated to studying the art & craft of motion picture storytelling.
||CleanEpisode 8 - The LimeyOn this episode of the Visual Story, Paul...||Episode 8 - The Limey On this episode of the Visual Story, Paul Zadie has a conversation with William J. Meyer about the Steven Soderbergh film, The Limey. The discussion focuses on non-linear narrative structure, POV, editing, the absence of editing, an||12/30/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 7 - Close Encounters of The Third KindOn this episode of...||Episode 7 - Close Encounters of The Third Kind On this episode of the Visual Story podcast, Paul Zadie has a chat with Matt Wallin about the classic Spielberg film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The discussion centers around the themes of the film||11/11/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 6 - AkiraOn this episode of the Visual Story Podcast,...||Episode 6 - Akira On this episode of the Visual Story Podcast, Paul Zadie has a discussion with Ash Thorp and Joe Peacock about the anime classic, Akira. They talk about the background and history of the film, the ground breaking animation techniques use||10/14/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5 - PrometheusOn this episode of Visual Story, Paul...||Episode 5 - Prometheus On this episode of Visual Story, Paul Zadie talks to filmmaker, Rob Imbs. They talk about the film Prometheus. Topics covered include character, plot, screenwriting, editing, and more. Subscribe in iTunes. Listen online at visualst||9/29/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4 - Requiem For a DreamOn this episode of Visual Story,...||Episode 4 - Requiem For a Dream On this episode of Visual Story, Paul Zadie has a chat with film and TV composer, Rob Gokee. The discussion centers around the music of Requiem for a Dream, but expands out to cover some visual patterns, as well as a few o||8/23/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3 - TransformersOn this episode of Visual Story, Paul...||Episode 3 - Transformers On this episode of Visual Story, Paul Zadie and Michael Schmidt have a discussion about sound design. They talk about Transformers, and then to balance the in-your-face sound design of Transformers, they talk about the more subtl||7/27/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2 - All The President’s MenOn this episode of the...||Episode 2 - All The President’s Men On this episode of the Visual Story Podcast, Paul Zadie and Matt Wallin go back to a 1976 classic and talk about some of the visual storytelling elements of All the President’s Men. They talk about composition, lig||7/14/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1 - How To Train Your DragonOn this episode of the...||Episode 1 - How To Train Your Dragon On this episode of the Visual Story podcast, Paul Zadie speaks with Ryan Summers, aka @Oddernod, about some of the visual storytelling in How To Train Your Dragon. They talk about the emotional power of animation, cha||7/3/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
I love that VISUAL STORY doesn't just review a film or focus on the tech, it looks at the craft of and process of filmmaking.
Keep up the good work!
Been waiting for this
So far this has been a podcast I have been hoping to find. I like cameras and equipment and VFX and interviews with industry leaders and I have a plethora ("Yes El Guapo. You have a plethora") of those available. But what I really want is to discuss story. Specifically in filmmaking. The art of filmmaking is the art of storytelling and it is completely different than other forms of storytelling. That is forgotten by many. So I am glad to see that this podcast seems to value the same idea and wants to explore it. The latest episode discussing how sound helps shape and propel visual storytelling is exactly what I mean. Check it out, it is a lot of fun.
Very informative. Not just for industry insiders. The host also knows to let his guests speak without talking over them. They bring alot of new insight to not so new movies.