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  • Showcast: Directors' Factory Philippines at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival

    21 MAY. 2024 · In the latest episode of the Showcast, we offer our podcast coverage of the 2024 edition of Directors' Factory, a program aimed at fostering emerging talents on the international stage that enables four pairs of directors to co-write and co-direct a film presented as part of a special presentation within the Directors' Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival. This year's Directors' Factory was the first to take place in the Philippines and each of the shorts were shot in the country's historic city of Dapitan, with a talent from the Philippines paired with another either from Singapore, Cambodia, India or Malaysia. The resulting presentation was a diverse compilation of shorts and on this episode of the Showcast we speak with each pair directly from the Cannes Film Festivals about their work and experience of being part of the Directors' Factory program. The interviews are presented here to coincide with the order in which the shorts were screened at Directors' Fortnight: "Cold Cut," directed by Don Eblahan (Philippines) and Siyou Tan (Singapore); "Silig," directed by Arvin Belarmino (Philippines) and YoKi (Cambodia); "Nightbirds," directed by Maria Estela Paiso (Philippines) and Ashok Vish (India); and "Walay Balay," directed by Eve Baswel (Philippines) and Gogu Rajendran (Malaysia). (Image courtesy of Quinzaine des cinéastes)
    30m 6s
  • Showcast: 70 Years of German Films w/ Simone Baumann

    16 MAY. 2024 · In the latest episode of the Showcast, TFV's Matt Micucci shares a conversation with Simone Baumann, managing director of German Films, Germany's national information and advisory centre for the promotion of German films worldwide. This year marks its 70th anniversary, so this conversation will cover the past, present and future of German Films, including some of the celebratory events that German Films will be hosting around the world. We'll also be talking about some of German cinema's most noteworthy film productions and discuss whether this is a golden period of filmmaking in the country. Baumann also shares her thoughts on the perception of German cinema around the world and whether Germany itself is a cinephile country. (Photo: Slawomir Grenda)
    20m 5s
  • Showcast: 2024 Marché du Film Preview w/ Guillaume Esmiol

    9 MAY. 2024 · This week, TFV's Matt Micucci speaks with Guillaume Esmiol, director of the Marché du Film, the major film market held annually in conjunction with the Cannes Film Festival. Esmiol takes time off his busy schedule to reflect on his second year in charge of the event, which will take place from May 14-22 in Cannes, France. Together, we discuss some of the highlights, key offerings and attractions that will be available to the many global professionals attending, discuss Switzerland's role as this year's country of honor at the Marché du Film and much more. (Featured photo: Loïc Thébaud/MarcheDuFilm)
    13m 14s
  • Showcast: Serial Screenwriting w/ Joachim Friedmann (2024 Meeting Point Vilnius)

    11 ABR. 2024 · In our latest episode of the Showcast, recorded live from the 2024 edition of Meeting Point Vilnius in Lithuania, TFV's Matt Micucci shares a conversation with German screenwriter, creative producer, media scholar and educator Joachim Friedmann. At this year's edition of Meeting Point Vilnius, Friedmann held a workshop for Lithuanian screenwriters on serial storytelling. In our conversation, Friedmann talks about his extensive experience of writing for various media, spanning comic books, television, cinema and beyond. We also reflect on the role of writing in the contemporary landscape, including the potential impact of AI technologies. (Featured photo courtesy of Meeting Point Vilnius.)
    44m 25s
  • Showcast: The Art of Showrunning w/ Gabija Siurbytė and Wiktor Piątkowski (2024 Meeting Point Vilnius)

    9 ABR. 2024 · Listen to our Showcast conversation with showrunners Gabija Siurbytė and Wiktor Piątkowski from the 2024 Meeting Poing Vilnius. In the latest instalment of the Showcast, recorded live from the 2024 edition of Meeting Point Vilnius in Lithuania, TFV's Matt Micucci engages in a dynamic discussion with Gabija Siurbytė from Lithuania and Wiktor Piątkowski from Poland. The focal point of their conversation is showrunning, delving into the intricacies of overseeing the writing and production of television series episodes. They also delve into the unique aspects of series storytelling and what draws them to this craft. Throughout the podcast episode, Siurbyte and Piatkowski share insights of the projects that they are currently developing and pivotal moments from their journeys in the industry. They reflect on whether the current period signifies a golden age of series filmmaking in the region and candidly discuss their triumphs and challenges along the way. (Featured photo: Bartosz Frątczak/Monika Szałek)
    34m 2s
  • Showcast: Sometimes, Love Is Not Enough w/ Greta Grinevičiūtė (2024 Meeting Point Vilnius)

    4 ABR. 2024 · In the latest episode of Showcast, recorded live at the 2024 Meeting Point Vilnius in Lithuania, TFV's Matt Micucci engages in a compelling conversation with Greta Grinevičiūtė, the lead actress of the acclaimed and award-winning Lithuanian film "Slow," directed by Marija Kavtaradze. This cinematic gem defies stereotypes by beautifully portraying intimacy and closeness in a relationship, while also offering a rare and sincere depiction of asexuality on screen. Greta delves into the film's themes and her profound connection to the story and character, intertwining her insights with her passion and expertise in contemporary dance. Beyond discussing the movie, the conversation broadens to encompass various topics, including Greta's journey, her unique approach to acting, and some of the sources of her inspiration. (Featured photo: Totem Films)
    34m 17s
  • Showcast: 2024 Stockfish Film and Industry Festival Preview w/ Hrönn Kristinsdóttir

    2 ABR. 2024 · In the latest episode of the showcast, we shine a light on the upcoming edition of the Stockfish Film & Industry Festival, as we sit down for a remote conversation with its Artistic Director Hrönn Kristinsdóttir. This year will mark the landmark 10th edition of this fast-growing film festival, which will be taking place in Reykjavík, Iceland, on April 4-14, 2024. Kristinsdóttir joins us to talk about the history and mission statement of this annual event, as well as how it has evolved over the years. In addition, we discuss some of the highlight films of its program, industry events and notable guests attending Stockfish this year. (Featured image: Stockfish Film & Industry Festival.)
    14m 53s
  • Showcast: An Introduction to Intimacy Coordination in Film and TV w/ Amanda Blumenthal (2024 Vilnius Meeting Point)

    1 ABR. 2024 · In the latest episode of the Showcast, recorded live from the 2024 Meeting Point Vilnius, part of the Vilnius International Film Festival in Lithuania, TFV's Matt Micucci sits down for a conversation with Amanda Blumenthal, a trailblazer of intimacy coordination within the audiovisual industry. Blumenthal, founder of the Intimacy Professionals Association, leads the charge in creating safer environments on set for performers involved in scenes of nudity, simulated sex or other intimate content. She assists directors in realizing their creative vision, while also addressing legal considerations and other crucial aspects. This role is relatively new in the audiovisual industry and Blumenthal shares her expertise, as she discusses its defining characteristics and the factors driving its emergence. Furthermore, she delves into her journey, from her background as a sext and relationship coach for private clients to her advocacy work on sexuality, highlighting the growing significance of intimacy coordination in today's evolving media landscape. (Featured photo: Amanda Blumenthal)
    36m 3s
  • Showcast: Documentary Filmmaking, Madness Required w/ Agnieszka Zwiefka (2024 Meeting Point Vilnius)

    28 MAR. 2024 · TFV's Matt Micucci returns with the second Showcast episode from the 2024 edition of Meeting Point Vilnius, the audiovisual industry event taking place within the context of the Vilnius International Film Festival in Lithuania. This episode features an insightful conversation with renowned Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Zwiefka, who attended a special presentation of Wika!, her documentary portrait of an 85-year-old star DJ from Warsaw. Matt also takes this opportunity to ask her about her latest documentary, Silent Trees, which unveils the story of a Kurdish refugee girl stranded in a no-man's land between Belarus and Poland, and that recently premiered in CPH:DOX. Throughout this conversation, we delve into Zwiefka's journey, from her transition from investigative journalism to documentary filmmaking, and she shares insights into the essence of her craft, emphasizing the necessity of a touch of madness and an abundance of courage. (Photo credit: Agnieszka Zwiefka)
    29m 35s
  • Showcast: Spotlight on Lithuanian Animation w/ Agnė Adomėnė and Dovydas Vilkelis (2024 Meeting Point Vilnius)

    27 MAR. 2024 · TFV's Matt Micucci kicks off his Showcast coverage of the 2024 edition of Meeting Point Vilnius, the annual audiovisual industry event taking place within the context of the Vilnius International Film Festival in Lithuania. In the first episode from this event, we shine a light on the current state of the Lithuanian animation industry and its growing status at an international level by exploring some of its diversity, represented by Agnė Adomėne, Founder of Art Shot, and Dovydas Vilkelis, CEO of Animatrix. Art Shot is an animation production company focused on the development and international co-production of artistic animated films, including DK and Hugh Welchman's latest feature, The Peasants. Animatrix is a studio dedicated to creating high-quality animation and visual effects for the advertising, entertainment and game industries. Inevitably, the sit-down conversation also touches on a hot topic of recent times: the disruption caused by AI technologies and how they could be helpful or harmful to the animation industry. (Featured photo: New Europe Film Sales.) LzkKENGqWSaX3PZxIY83
    20m 12s

TFV Network is a network of podcasts produced by The Film Verdict. Shows on the TFV Network include "Showcast," a series of candid conversations from film festivals and film markets;...

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TFV Network is a network of podcasts produced by The Film Verdict. Shows on the TFV Network include "Showcast," a series of candid conversations from film festivals and film markets; "Noir 360," celebrating international Black filmmaking in all its diversity; "HIT," insightful discussions with international film industry experts. Stay tuned...
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