A Podcast about the video entertainment industry (Film, TV, commercial, music video, etc.) and the people who work on it, all from the eyes and ears of an Italian and London based person who wants to grow in the film industry. Each episode is hosting every kind of cast and crew from all backgrounds and departments, where our conversations do not only make our audience feel inspired but also entertain. You can find my podcast also on my website: https://www.mattiacapasso.com/category/podcast_mmm If you want to get in touch, find me on the contact page: https://www.mattiacapasso.com/contact
In this episode, I introduce Andrea, an established actress who works for Italian, Hungarian, German and American productions.
With more than 20 years of experience as an Actress, she describes the differences between working in a European to an American film.
She tells the difficulty that actors face, in a competitive and stressful industry that pushes newcomers into desperate situations like being criticized or being...
In this Stand-Alone Talk, I speak about working as a Freelance (or Self-Employed, a person working for different companies rather than a single one).
Based on my personal experiences, I describe both the pros and cons of working for many people and for myself, which despite it can be confusing and unexpected, it is also very satisfying and helped me built a lot of confidence.
It’s all about making the right decisions, ...
Welcome to my first Stand Alone Talk, an episode (as the name says) where I talk without guests.
In this episode, I explain my way to find work in the production industry and how to make a good CV or a Cover Letter.
I give info on the websites I look for and useful work groups I found on Facebook.
I also give secondary advice on how to use your Image for good.
Thank you and enjoy!
You can find links and CV example...
In this episode, I have the pleasure to talk with Taichi, a Filmmaker from Japan who lives and works in London.
Director (both in Japan and UK) for commercials, music videos and documentaries mostly focused on sport and the music industry, he talks about his first featured film as well as his next project.
He tells us the differences between a Japanese to a British or American production with their pros and cons.
In this episode, I introduce Laura, a Focus Puller from France working in London for feature film, music video and web content productions.
She explains in a few words how the camera department works and each role within the department.
She also explains the differences between a 1st and a 2nd Assistant camera and how to move from each role.
As she has worked for French productions, she explains how they work and...
In this episode I introduce Yana, a cinematographer from Russia who lives and works in London.
Yana tells us everything about her job as Director of Photography (DOP in short) and her ways to plan a shot in pre-production.
With various job backgrounds and many experiences working in many productions from around the world, she explains her good way to deal with directors and crews in case they disagree with some shots.
In this episode, I introduce Jake, an editor who also turn to be a Colour Grader.
Self-learner, he has many years of experiences working by himself and on big productions as he also directs and edits his short films.
Together we talk about the colour grader role and their skills, from their tasks and how is still a job that despite they follow orders, is still a position that requires a big imaginatio...
In this episode, I introduce Dom, a Producer and Director working in many popular indie projects.
With many years of experience working on both sides, he describes the different kinds of producer roles as well as the main duty of a director.
He gives a good explanation of how the distribution for indie films work by giving good advice on which cinemas he selects and the way to do a sold out.
He also gives some great pi...
In this episode I introduce Ilaria who works in the costume department.
She both works as costume designer for indie projects and as costume trainee in big budget productions.
She has many experiences working in many kinds of projects, from contemporary film to period drama series.
With a good attitude and passion for her job, she tells in every detail on how the costume department works, fro...
In this episode I introduce Fabrizio, a freelance video editor who worked in film, branded content and commercials.
Italian like me, he worked for many productions in the UK, as well as internationally.
Together we talk about the duties that editors do, as well as their way to start and their difficulties.
With experiences also in Animations, he is working on a project called "Supertramp'' a short film which uses 3D gr...
In this episode Sammy talks about her expierence on becoming a director.
She is an award winner for the "Best 48 Hours Film Project" in 2017 for the film "DAVID & BATHSHEBA", a short film made in just a couple of day and partly shot underwater.
She is also a Cinema Projectionist, able to operate both 35mm & digital projectors (picture example in the post at the bottom).
Inspired by many filmmakers, she gives ad...
In this episode I present Riel, an actor and writer who after graduating in Law he chooses to follow the film industry and dedicate himself to this path.
Like me, he also have a podcast called "Cup of Tea", where he invites different guests to talk about the issue people are facing nowadays with Mental Health, and how creativity help us.
Together we also discuss about the future of the small independe...
In this episode I present Alex Mill, an experienced Assistant Director (AD in short) who also worked as a Director, video editor, producer and photographer.
With more than 10 years of experience, she managed to travel the world and work for many productions, independent or high budget.
She describes the responsibilities ADs have for the crew and the difference between a 1st AD and a Director.
Currently on break from he...
In this episode I introduce Mathias, an independent film director and still photographer.
Together we talk about the role of the director and his duties.
We mention the difficulty that many independent filmmakers are facing, especially in the middle of the pandemic.
He also presents his next film called "Until We Live Again", a nonprofit feature documentary recorded during spring 2020, under lockdown....
In this third episode I introduce Emily, a Storyboard Artist and Illustrator who works both in Films and commercials.
She talks about the duties she has in pre-production and the places where she studied.
Artist of many projects and fanart, she is also the one who made my amazing logo you can see on my channel.
Passionate about horror films, she loves drawing fanart of famous horror characters and fanmade pictures.
In this second episode I introduce Abigail, a Cinema Manager with also some job experiences as Runner, Producer, Editor and Assistant Director.
She has a varied and curious background going from her BA (hons) in "Film and Television Production" to her promotion as manager.
Together we also talk about the current and tough situation that cinemas are facing in the middle of a pandemic, letting us think if cinemas are soo...
And welcome to the first episode of MMM: Making Movies with Mattia, the podcast for the people who work or want to work into the entertainment industry.
In this first episode I am going to make a small introduction on what my show talk about and a presentation about me with a description of my job, my background and a tip I gave you at ending of the episode.
Just to let you know, this is my first episode and first time...
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