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SPECIAL UNCUT EPISODE: 'In the Grinding Phase' EP# 54 (Kevin Sampson)

Kevin Sampson of Picture Lock & DCBFF and I share our struggles, perspectives, and excitement as we grow as entrepreneurs and develop our business ventures. Enjoy this uncut and unfiltered conversation!

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Capturing the Funk Factor EP# 53 (Rick Sebak)

With special co-host Andrew Limberg, we chat with Rick Sebak, a documentarian who has produced countless films for PBS. During the conversation we learn that Andrew was a Rick Sebak fanboy starting back in middle school when he first sent him fan mail.  If you have watched PBS in the last 20 years, you have probably seen one of Ricks films. Tune in to find out! 

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Making Fundraising Videos That Work (Liz Norton, Stone Soup Films)

Liz explains what elements make a great fundraising video. She also shares success stories about videos that have had significant Financial impact on Organizations. 

Liz Norton was a freelance television producer for over ten years, with a focus on public policy issues. Those programs included several Fred Friendly Seminars for PBS, which explore thorny political and ethical issues in depth and she has also produced for MTV News, educating teens on crime-related issues. During the Clinton Administration, Liz was a research director in the White House Office of Communications. In that role, she served as a link between the president, the press and the public, primarily on the issues involving crime and drug policy. Before then she was a researcher on political campaign finances for Common Cause, a non-partisan lobbying organization. For twenty years Liz has been a director of the Diane and Norman Bernstein Foundation in Washington DC. She founded Stone Soup Films in early 2008.

Documentary Film: Learning, Teaching, & Doing EP # 44 (Lauren Knapp)

Lauren Knapp is a nonfiction storyteller who works across platforms to share true and compelling stories. She has been working in film, television, radio, and virtual reality since 2006 and her stories have been featured on the PBS NewsHourPRI’s The World, The Atlantic, The New York Times, WQED, and The Allegheny Front. In 2011, she moved to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia with the support of a Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship where she researched and produced “Live From UB” (2015), an award-winning feature length documentary on rock music and national identity among Mongolia’s urban youth. On the podcast, Lauren and I talk documentary filmmaking and distribution, learning and teaching filmmaking, and the challenge of finding a healthy work/life balance for creative artists/professionals. 

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The Film Professional (Anthony Greene) EP #35

Anthony Greene talks about his journey becoming a professional filmmaker starting with his involvement at Arlington Independent Media, which he calls ‘his film school’.  

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Making Change Through Advocacy Documentary EP# 31 (Mitchell Wenkus)

Mitchell Wenkus, a video producer with Greenpeace, shares stories about the wide variety of video and campaigns he has worked on. Mitch has worked on everything from videos with millions of hits to campaigns that targeted a small group of individuals. He shares several tips for reaching an audience such as the importance of keeping it simple and how you shouldn't let the video do too many things. Tune in for more!

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What it Means to be an Actor's Director? (Birgitta Sunderland)

This week we talk with Birgitta Sunderland, an actress who has moved behind the camera and approaches her role as a producer in a unique way. 

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The Documentary Pioneers EP# 25 (Liz Bernstein Norton & Melissa Rogers)

This week Liz and Melissa come on the podcast to talk about Stone Soup Films, a non-profit media production organization that provides media strategy consulting and produces short documentaries, on a pro bono basis to other non-profits. They share stories about the filmmaking process, how the organization has grown in recent years, and how professionals or others interested in production can volunteer to help. For more information visit: stonesoupfilms.org

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The Professional Artist EP# 20 (Todd Clark)

Todd Clark has been a filmmaker and media professional in Washington D.C. for over 20 years. Through his varied experience, Todd shares insight about the vibrant arts community that exists in DC and gives advice on how to combine a passion for storytelling with the practical necessity of making a living as a media professional.

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The Film Festival Expert EP# 19 (Monica Schorn)

Monica Schorn, an NYU grad, has worked with AFI Docs, The Nantucket Film Festival, and currently is working on the 2016 Annapolis Film Festival that will run from March 31st - April 3rd. Her roles have varied from judging script writing competitions, to coordination, to programming the films. She has excellent advice for filmmakers before they even start writing their script, plus what to do when they have a finished film.

Monica and I also chat about my documentary, Kandahar Journals, screening at the festival this year, which I am very excited about. You can find more information here: http://goo.gl/6lGMVZ

 

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The L.A. Actor EP# 16 (Chris Capizzi)

Chris Capizzi chats about commercial acting and how the industry is moving away from union productions as well as how the roles of casting agents and managers are changing.

The Filmmakers EP# 10 (Ben Powell and Harry Lee)

If you are trying to break into media or a media geek like me, you must check out the podcast and join the conversation by tweeting @MediaOnRadio. This week Ben Powell (cinematographer) and Harry Lee (Filmmaker) talk about their film that is currently in post-production called Abaarso. (@abaarsofilm) The film follows students from a small american school in Somaliland who are trying to get accepted into american universities - something that hasn't been done in 30 years.

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Fast Talker EP# 9 (Kate Griendling)

Kate Griendling on the set of  Capturing Oswald

Kate Griendling on the set of Capturing Oswald

I'm Devin Gallagher and in this episode of @MediaOnRadio Kate Griendling talks about producing a personal documentary through a large company like Discovery. She also chats about deferring law school for a career in television. Kate shares amazing advice and hard lessons she learned through her career.

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The Film Champion EP# 8 (Kevin Sampson)

I'm Devin Gallagher and in this episode of @MediaOnRadio Kevin Sampson talks about how he started his blog/tv show/podcast empire called Picture Lock. He also shares how to balance the passion for being a family man with his creative pursuits.

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