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THE ARTISTS ( indie filmmakers podcast)
A profession where Murphy's law is at its best! In this podcast, we decipher the journey of the makers in the business of making films and unravel the challenges of being in this profession. These candid conversations are also a reality check to millions out there who want to be in this very sort out and considerably glamorous profession. New episode every Friday/ Saturday Curated & Hosted by Suchita Bhhatia Brought to you by Metaphysical Lab & Ep.Log Media
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3.2 stars from 23 ratings
Informative and valuable!
Suchita has a great interviewing style and her first interviews here so far are very compelling and have covered very interesting aspects of filmmaking. As an aspiring filmmaker, I find this podcast to be just great. I’m always on the look out for something like this. I’m excited to see what...Read full review »
SLC Film Fan '18 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/19
Recent Episodes
100 years of SATYAJIT RAY- The beginning, the influences, the techniques, the style, the legacy- in this snacky episode number 80 of THE ARTISTS. Go watch his films from Apu Trilogy to Charulata. Ray lives on!! Sources: The dates, and figures have ben collected from,...
Published 06/12/21
We are in conversation with the director of NIGHT OF THE KINGS- PHILIPPE LACOTE; Night of the kings was the top 15 very competitive film running for the Oscar 2021. Philippe Lacote's both the films RUN AND NIGHT OF THE KINGS were submitted from IVORY COAST for the Oscars. We ask: 1) Competing...
Published 06/05/21
We have with us-Mary Pickford- on this snacky episode of our podcast THE ARTISTS. She was the mover and shaker of American cinema- she was considered the pioneer in designing acting techniques at that time. And also a founder of ACADEMY, and United Artists. A Small Note: The last year or more...
Published 05/29/21
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