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Ryan Booth
The Process / Dispatch
*Notes on Directing* Long form conversations with some of today's most compelling film directors. The Process / Dispatch isn't your typical press tour interview, it's a deep dive into the granular elements and the highs and lows of bringing your first feature film to life. Season One: 001 - The Daniels [Everything Everywhere All at Once, Swiss Army Man] 002 - Bassam Tariq [Mogul Mowgli, Blade] 003 - Nikyatu Jusu [Suicide by Sunlight, Nanny] 004 - Jonathan & Josh Baker *aka TWIN* [KIN, Ursa Major] 005 - Ricky Staub [Concrete Cowboy]
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 20 ratings
Beautifully done. I’ve always been impressed with your attention to conversation and how you have drawn out depth that would normally be passed over. I will continue to enjoy hearing people speak about their passion for creating and the stories behind the process.
brianyarbrough via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/06/22
So good
Honest, insightful and revealing. The first interview alone will have me thinking and processing for weeks.
IAmSeeta via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/20/22
Fantanstic Depth in Conversation
Ryan is a deep thinker and it is what makes him an excellent director and conversationalist. I think there is something inherently encouraging about Ryan's work and that includes this podcast. It is deep and substantive. Very excited for what the future holds.Read full review »
Med_Student_2022 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/13/22
Recent Episodes
Nearly every one of these episodes has a *Recorded in 2020* as a disclaimer in the show notes. So - the obvious question: why in the world did it take so long to put these conversations out?? The short answer: I got stuck. And getting unstuck was a multi-step process. First, my friend Jake...
Published 11/27/22
Published 11/27/22
Ricky Staub is an incredibly talented writer and director who has spent the past decade+ running a production company in Philadelphia called Neighborhood Film Co. Neighborhood, beyond being an accomplished and successful commercial company, also runs an apprenticeship program in which they hire...
Published 11/18/22
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