Today is the second installment of my stillmotion “double-feature.” Yesterday we had Joyce Tsang. Today we have Patrick Moreau and Grant Peelle, the co-directors of their documentary #standwithme. This is a very important episode for many reasons. First, you hear about the making of this important film and the issue of slavery. Second, you’ll be inspired as you hear about how Grant grew from someone with no filmmaking experience two years ago, to being a creative director at one of the most celebrated video production companies around. Three, you’ll hear all kind of stories about how stillmotion works.
And last, but not least, this is a very, very important episode because… it is THE LAST CROSSING THE 180 EPISODE. That’s right. This is the series finale. I wanted to go out with a bang, and I think I am. Be sure to listen to hear all my thank you’s.
Tips, Tricks and Education for Filmmakers
Today Mike Duval from LensProToGo talks about their totally cool new website and reflects on becoming a “star” because of the podcast.
Today I give you more details about The People Plan and I bring back another great interview with co-founder Michelle Loretta as she talks about hiring interns.
Patrk Kizny from Ditogear is back one last time to talk about the process of editing timelapse photography. This is part 2.
Listen to the Show
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A couple of days ago I posted the trailer for the documentary. Here’s an inspiring behind the scenes making of the documentary.