Fan Film Podcast
Summary: The Podcast is the opportunity to spotlight Fan Films in a whole new medium. Jeff Clark and Christopher Moshier join forces to bring the creators of these great works to your ear. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
Todayâ??s Podcast we talk with filmmaker Brian Karl Rosenthal who wrote and directed two Evil Dead meets comic book based fan films in the form of Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness and Ash vs. Lobo and the DC Dead. Both are some classic short productions that will definitely go down as two great fan films to be enjoyed by fanboys and fangirls for years to come.
Bringing back the Fan Film Podcast after 7 years with new co-host Jeff Clark. Today's episode is a free for all discussing Fan Films and everything in geekdom.
Mr. Roger King from Bag and Board Productions is another returning guest we've previously spoke with who we had on the Fan Film Podcast two years ago. When we first spoke with Roger his ambitious six part series was just premiering online with episode one. He has sense concluded releasing his epic Spider-Man fan films and joins us to give insight into the long production journey he embarked. He'll certainly go down in the history books of the fan film archives producing what is the most ambitious Spidey fan film series to date.
Doctor Who: Alternate Empire,The project is the brainchild of L.A.-based actor Julian Bane, who wrote the script and plays the role of the Doctor. We spoke with Bain by phone on March 7, 2011. Thanks again to David Nagel of the UK for audio file assistance.
Kellen Gibbs is a Fan Film Podcast first. He's the only one we've interviewed that makes a return appearance to the show. First time out we discussed his Harry Potter fan film "James Potter and the Hall of Elders' Crossing". Now we have the sequel titled "James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper". Both films are actually based on fan film fiction series written by the very talented Mister George Norman Lippert who appeared with Kellen on our aforementioned show. This time out composer Isaias Garcia joins Kellen to discuss his contributions to the James Potter world.
As Mr. Moshier and Fanboy Will take a brief break from podcasting (come back soon, gentlemen!), it falls to me, JE Smith, to provide the first podcast of the new year, and the first Doctor Who -themed podcast here at Fan Film Follies! Our guest for this installment is John Reid Adams, the star, writer, and co-producer of the outstanding new fan film A Survivor's Triangle.
Interviews that are included on the Podcast are Vixens of Virtue Vixens of Vice creator Rob Longo as well as actor Corey Feldman. Plus we get stories of all Will's adventures at the convention.
The next couple Fan Film Podcasts will have Fanboy Will's experiences, interviews, and panels from a couple conventions he went to this past October in New York City. I'm sure all you intune comic book fans know the ones I speak of. They're, of the course, the Wizard Big Apple Comic Con and the New York Comic Con at Jacob K. Javits Center. We start off with the Wizard Con where Will speaks with artist Mike McKone. The second half of the show we bring you the original Batman Television Show Panel with guests Adam West and Bruce Ward.
I give you (along with Fanboy Will) writer/producer Jennifer Zhang, director Hugh Jardon, and fight choreographer William Magno Alejandrino. They're three of the forces behind "Street Fight High The Musical", a bizarre parody fan film that cleverly works.
Writer/Director Alex Valderana and actor Jon Caballero return in part two of their interview exclusively at the Fan Film Podcast. We continue discussing Alex's Batman fan film called Hothouse as well as his currently in production Nightwing web series titled a Escalations. Part 2 of 2.
Our guests this time out on the Fan Film Podcast are fellow New Yorkers, Writer/Director Alex Valderana and actor Jon Caballero. Alex discusses his previously released Batman fan film called Hothouse as well as his currently in production Nightwing web series titled a Escalations starring Jon as the aforementioned character. Part 1 of 2.
Michael Fox is the mastermind behind VOX which I learned in this interview is technically a fan film loosely based on the role playing game Warhammer. What the Fox Man and crew were able to do on their meager budget is nothing, but inspiring. And what professionals! We shot for two days in ten degree (or below) weather. Fox and team not only knew what shots they wanted, but also knew how to keep their talent fat, almost warm, and happy.
Adrien of SmashMedia Productions is our guest on this new edition of the Fan Film Podcast. He's storyboarded a lot of the high end Hollywood Superhero films that have come out in recent years including both Fantastic Four films and X-Men 2 & 3 as well as a long list of credits in between. And he's also made a fan film based one of his favorite long time pulp characters - The Shadow.
Fanboy Will and I haven't done a one of one, give and take since the beginning of the Fan Film Podcast. We've normally always had a guest or guests on tap. We decided to put the spotlight of the show on ourselves this time out discussing current goings ons in the world of the funny books and the movies based on them as well as any other insignificant pieces of information that interests us.
Writer/director Ryan O'Leary and actor James Kuck join us this time out to give us a rundown on their new Y: The Last Man film.