A podcast about how to make film and TV by filmmakers who actually make them. Interviewing guests from the film-making world from Indie film to Hollywood and everything in between. Hosts Giles Alderson (The Dare), Dom Lenoir (Winter Ridge) Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar (Wolves of War), Tori & Matthew Butler-Hart (Two Down), Phil Hawkins (Prancer: A Christmas Tale), Stephen Follows (Film Data Analyst), Christian James (Fanged Up), Andy Rodger (Three Day Millionaire) and many others explore the world behind-the-scenes of making films and TV, talking to the actors, writers, directors and producers who make them!
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This week we are joined by directors Sam Boyd who's joins us to discuss making Working Title's 'Genie' starring Melissa McCarthy and Paapa Essiedu. more
This week on the podcast we chat with writer and director Stuart Gatt about his debut feature film, the festival darling Catching Dust. more
Join us for the 5th edition of The Business of Film Explained ! Our series on the business aspects on our film industry and how we can help you over come them! more
This show is the light at the end of the tunnel for anyone in the industry. It keeps you going!
It’s so good, they ask all the questions you want them to, incredible artists and filmmakers given lots of space to go into detail about their work and process. Fascinating, compelling and really daft jokes thrown in for good measure. Highly recommended
Wow!!! i absolutely love this podcast! i recently decided to search for filmmakers podcast, and this one was top of the list. I started from the very bottom episode, and I am hooked! i love listening and taking on board the advice, and all the inspiration shared in EVERY episode. 10/10 👍 more
This podcast is really inspiring! I love how Giles and the other hosts speak from a place of experience because they are making indie movies as well. It’s like listening to a great lecture at film school with lots of actionable advice.
If you’ve not listened to TFP, where have you been? Tonga? This podcast is for every grafter with a dream. The hosts are like your BFF’s, baring their souls with every twist and turn in their ascents so we can learn from them. In turn, the guests are likewise unpeeled like sweet tangerines to reveal their struggles and successes with hilarious anecdotes, genuinely helpful advice, do’s and dont’s and oh why not!’s
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