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
Gotham Public Works join us again. This time out we have writer/director Brian Crosby, Cynthia Mendez (Huntress), and Jill Encarnacion (Batgirl) as they discuss their involvement in the GPW as well as give us tidbits about the much anticipated fan film - Batman: Forsaken.
He'll fight for freedom where ever there's trouble. Of course I'm talking about Sean Robert Olson, director, editor, writer, and executive producer of the fan film GI JOE: Battle for the Serpent Stone. He never gives up. He's always there, making great entertainment for the internet masses.
Roger King from Bag and Board Productions joins us this week on the Fan Film Podcast for part two of a two part interview.
Roger King from Bag and Board Productions joins us this week on the Fan Film Podcast for part one of a two part interview.
What makes Dr. Robbins film unique and special is that it was produced in 1936 making this a true pioneering film in the realm to what we classify as a â??FAN FILM.â?? The short is called Tarzan and the Rocky Gorge.
The man who we are most jealous of making these babe-elicious superheroine films is Mr. Andy Rodriguez through his company New Phoenix Filmworks International.
This week the Fan Film Podcast interviews Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala about their experiences in the making of this classic fan film Radiers of the Lost Ark The Adaptation - Part 2
This week the Fan Film Podcast interviews Chris Strompolos and Eric Zala about their experiences in the making of this classic fan film Radiers of the Lost Ark The Adaptation - Part 1
How do we know Marc Kimball? Oooohhhhâ?¦let us count the ways. Thereâ??s his Star Wars mockumentary, "The Star Wars Battle of Hoth." Thereâ??s his parody political satire, â??Star Wars, Dantana Morse for Galactic Senate.â?? Thereâ??s his original short film, â??Star Ranger 7: A Force of One.â?? But Marc is most well known for his classic fan film, â??Superman: The Super 8 Movieâ?? which has been picked up, used, and shelved more times than William Shatnerâ??s hairpiece.
Jason Damian from Influence Films uses the Wally West version of the Flash character for his first foray into fandom filming with "The Flash: Crossover".
Enter Nic Collins from Tootalu Films. While Zack Snyder was some what successful in pleasing the fans on his 120+ million dollar epic Nic was trying to please the fans (and himself) with his next to zero budgeted film involving the same source material. When you compare apples to oranges both Zack and Nic came as close as any filmmaker would ever be able to make this classic story to film.
James Watson from Atlantis Studios is in the hot seat this week as Fanboy Will and I grill him about his comic book series turned live action short films called Paula Peril.
Iâ??m very jealous of Fanboy Will on this weekâ??s Fan Film Podcast. Will interviews Mr. Phil Morris at this years New York City Comic Convention held at the Javits Center on February 6th through the 8th.
Welcome to the first show of 2009. Fanboy Will is going to get things going the next two podcasts with his experiences and interviews from the New York City Comic Convention held at the Javits Center on February 6th through the 8th.
Our guest this time out on the FFP is Mr. Clive Young who is the first person in the history of people to write a book on the subject of the fan film. He calls his creation "Homemade Hollywood."