A serialized, Insider's exploration of the creative process, unpacking inspiration, expression and a good old-fashioned love of television & film.
Episode I: The Bliss of Conceit - breaking down a film’s perspective
Episode II: Anatomy of an Entrance - when our hero arrives.
Episode III: The Magic of Alchemy - casting is in the dynamic between the performers.
Episode IV: The Good Quote - memorable characters are from memorable writing.
Episode V: Storytelling - Dr. Robert Lim; ret Colonel, on his first trip into Iraq.
Episode VI: Write Well - creating a story beat by beat from good characters.
Episode VII: Paradiso - Yo-Yo Ma and Chris Botti play Ennio Morricone.
Episode VIII: Conversation with a Dragonmaster; Emmy winner James Lew.
Episode IX: The Camera Moveth - using movement at just the right moment.
Episode X: Amy Winehouse
Episode XI: By Design; conversation with GM designer Brian Smith.
Episode XII: Telling Story with Sound; Eric Norris ( Ford v. Ferrari ).
Episode XIII: Let the Shot Speak to You; Niven Howie (Lock Stock & 2 Smok'n Barrels )
Episode XIV: The Last Drawing - digital sketching by a nimrod.
Episode XV: Painting as a Damn Director - complicating things for yourself.
Episode XVI Drawing Applied - from drawing to episode on the air.
Episode XVII The Bitch of Conceit - breaking down writing with some friends.
Episode XVIII: Composition of Tableau - Patrick Eccelsine (Vanity Fair,FaceSunsetBlvd)
Episode XIX: In Good Company - comedy writer Vanessa McGee ( Grown-ish, Dave )
Episode XX: Wow! - Michelin Star winning Chef Chirstophe Eme
Episode XXI - Talent in the World - there is so much of it.
Episode XXII - A Music Person - appreciation of other people's work
TO BE A DIRECTOR for film or television is to be an aggregate of other people’s talents. Your job is to find contribution from all corners of production and guide and incorporate them into one, communally executed product. And if you’re missing the point that this is truly the fun of it, man you’re in the wrong field.