Kanen sits down this week with Gordon Burkell and Norman Hollyn to talk about the Art of the Guillotine, independent podcasting and content creation, and hints about future That Studio offerings.
This episode features the hit song, "Here We Go!" by Mike J. Nichols. Now available in iTunes for 99 cents!.
This episode was edited by Kristin Martin. Kristin started in audio post production and music production, but now works on a variety of projects as a sound and picture editor, technologist, motion graphics artist, and more recently, working with visual effects and color grading. You can follow her on twitter @KristinCMartin.
Here are The 9 Biggest Clichés in Movie Posters as well as Why Movie Posters All Look the Same. If you like podcast we hope you've heard of Ear Wolf and on an unrelated note, the incredible series Video Game Highschool.
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We are sponsored this week by Maxon who have just released Cinema 4D R16. We use it all the time and can't wait to dig in to new features like the reflectance channel, motion tracker, poly pen, and a deeper integration with AfterEffects.
Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind That Studio, which includes That Post Show, Ruining it for Everyone, Sci-Fi Idols, Not Just A Movie and Hero Punk. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter.
Gordon has worked in the film industry and as a film editor for 10 years. He started Art of the Guillotine to help build a community for editors and to create a vehicle to help editors and film academics share their knowledge and expertise to improve the art form. He currently lives in Toronto, Canada where he edits and teaches film editing at Ryerson University.
Norman worked on Heathers, The Cotton Club and Oliver Stone's TV show Wild Palms. He's the author of The Lean Forward Moment and is the co-host of 2 Reel Guys with Larry Jordan when he's not busy teaching at USC. Say hi on Twitter @schnittman!