Visual Arts Podcasts

Shootzu - The Podcast show

Shootzu - The PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Digging deep into the minds of the industry's best, Shootzu the Podcast is a must listen to show for Photography and Video Production professionals.

By Shootzu Crew

Around the World in 80s Movies show

Around the World in 80s MoviesJoin Now to Follow

Join film writer Vince Leo of qwipster.net as he takes a look back at the classics, cult films, foreign cinema and obscurities of one of the great decades for film lovers, the 1980s.

By Vince Leo

This Week in Crypto show

This Week in CryptoJoin Now to Follow

This Week in Crypto is a roundup on the latest in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Tune in for daily news and weekly interviews with guests from top projects in blockchain. Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/weekincrypto

By Crypto News - Bitcoin | Ethereum | Blockchain

Cinescapism show

CinescapismJoin Now to Follow

A podcast by two friends about the movies they love

By Kendra Bean and Anthony Uzarowski

Shooting Spaces show

Shooting SpacesJoin Now to Follow

Real Estate Photography veterans Rich Baum and Brian Berkowitz team up to bring their knowledge of gear, technique, industry news and more to this brand new podcast geared towards the real estate photographer, architectural photographer and interior photographer. Episodes will also include guests interviews with the best in the business and an "Ask The Guys" feature where listeners can submit their questions to be a topic of discussion for a future episode.

By Shooting Spaces

Sailing Doodles Podcast show

Sailing Doodles PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Bobby and Laura are sailing around the world with two full size labradoodles and document their adventures as they go! In the podcast series they will get more in depth on topics related to cruising in general and cruising with pets. Some of the information will be regionally specific and some will be a broader base. Come follow along with us and enjoy the ride!

By Sailing Doodles

Projections – National Review » Podcasts show

Projections – National Review » PodcastsJoin Now to Follow

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By National Review

Film Loop show

Film LoopJoin Now to Follow

Film Loop is a movie podcast hosted by GenXer, Victor De Anda and Millennial, Darian Davis. Every episode, each host picks one movie from their past to share with the other, and together they debate and ruminate over their favorite moments as the generations collide! To stay in the loop, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @filmloopshow, show your love by rating and reviewing us on iTunes, and visit us at filmloopshow.com!

By Victor De Anda

SWITCHCast: the week's film reviews, news and interviews show

SWITCHCast: the week's film reviews, news and interviewsJoin Now to Follow

A weekly podcast featuring film reviews, trailers, news, interviews and comps from the team at SWITCH.

By Charliedavid Page, Jess Fenton, Daniel Lammin, Brent Davidson, Jake Watt and Chris Edwards

Rachel Watches Star Trek show

Rachel Watches Star TrekJoin Now to Follow

Rachel and Chris Lackey are a married couple living in Yorkshire, England. Chris loves Star Trek. Rachel has never watched it. Until now.<br> <br> This is a podcast where Rachel and Chris talk about each episode of the original Star Trek Series, from the original pilot, getting her outsider’s perspective on one of the most influential Sci-fi shows of all time.<br> <br> Chris<br> <br> I can not remember a world without Star Trek. My dad had me watching it when I was really little. He tells me I would cry when Kirk and Spock would fight. I still do.<br> <br> I love all Star Trek. TNG, DS9, Voyager, even Enterprise, I love them. I love the new movies, I love the animated Filmation series. I just love Star Trek.<br> <br> Rachel<br> <br> For as long as I can remember, I have not watched Star Trek. I was brought up not watching it, by parents with very clear views on what aspects of 1960s culture were acceptable. Star Trek was not for us. Plays, history and soul music were for us, Star Trek was for science-y types and I never considered watching it, even for a second.<br> <br> Not much changed when I got together with Mr Star Trek 9 years ago, nor when I married him in 2010. My only concession was watching (and enjoying) the film Star Trek (2009) but I would never watch the TV show. Or so I thought.

By Chris Lackey