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After our Interview with Donavan Sell Cinematographer on the phone last week we stayed on the line and the conversation got real! Our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com
Interview with Donavan Sell Cinematographer on the phone. Our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com
Inbeon Con is Long Island’s Comic Con for Artists! Featuring anime, comics, cosplay & gaming we met some amazing local artists, costume designers, animators & game developers. Featuring creator Eric Hutchison, we had the chance to learn what it takes for independent artists to make it. In it's 4th year, Eric has done a great job of assembling artists with passion and talent to create a community that's supporting each other. Watch the video for a special light sabre fight with the Sabre Guild Endor Temple. Interviews include: Eric Hutchison - Inbeon Con Creator Experience Unknown - LiveHorrorShow.com 5D Horror Show Friday September 30th 2017 at The Cradle of Aviation Antonio Mastria - Comic Book Artist & Illustrator Regine Sawyer - Lockett Down Productions & Women In Comics Collective Cristian Aluas - Artist, Designer, Writer, Film Maker & Speaker known for his graphic novel Big Boss: Gun for Hire Jason Quinones - Cartoonist and Graphic Artist at Beer and Cookies Comics Demon Boy - The World's Most Exciting Horror Rock Show Chris Fehn - 501ECG.com Empire City Garrison part of the world’s premiere Star Wars costuming group. Saber Guild Endor Temple - Choreographed light saber fights at cons, events and birthdays to raise money for charities Brian Van Kuik - Stained glass artist at Taomoonsworkshop.com Rich Drezen - Luckyzilla.com following the adventures of Bruce Deodato, alias Luckyzilla
We review the blockbuster disappointment Suicide Squad on this Imperfect Podcast. Download the podcast: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imperfect-podcast/id1107133885?mt=2 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-129479778 Connect with us everywhere: Website: www.hecklerkane.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc
Geoffrey Cantor is best know for his role as Daredevil's Mitchell Ellison on Netflix. As a trained actor with a background in theater as well as an acting coach himself, Geoffrey brings a unique style to his role on Daredevil. Geoffrey received his degree in theater from Amherst College and also attended the National Theater Institute Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Conn. He continued his training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, in London, England. As we found out in our interview he has a love of British Theater and can mimic a British accent quite well. We dive deep on Geoffrey's acting philosophy, how an actor with an affinity for British Theater ended up in the Marvel Universe and how much his beard plays a role in his acting. Geoffrey's film credits include the Coen Brothers' Hail, Ceasar!, Men in Black 3, Pascal Farran’s Bird People, Thanks for Sharing, The Longest Week, Man on a Ledge, Fair Game, Michael Mann's Public Enemies, When in Rome, The Notorious Betty Page, One Last Thing, the short film 411 with F. Murray Abraham, and the title role of Karl Manhair in the short Karl Manhair, Postal Inpsector. Geoffrey Cantor has been featured in over 200 television and radio commercials, including two award-winning campaigns: Let It Out (Kleenex--the Good Listener), and FAIR ENOUGH (part of the Truth campaign). He also has five audio books to his credit, including the award winning The Family, by David Laskin. Don't forget to join our mailing list at http://hecklerkane.com for more exclusive interviews every week with indie film makers, actors, musicians and more. Twitter: http://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc Facebook: http://facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations Instagram: http:/instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations
This week on the Imperfect Podcast we are talking to actor and comedian Christian Frazier. He’s best known for his work as Henry Weaver on FOX’s Gotham. Having had the opportunity to meet Christian face to face at the MixKnowledgy event in New York, we didn’t want to miss the opportunity to find out more about his acting career. Christian gives us insights on what it’s like day to day as a working actor. With 21 credits to his name including Gotham, Blue Bloods and Law & Order to name a few. A former military veteran and real estate agent, acting was not his first career. Listen to the full episode to hear his story about how he broke into the industry and landed one of his dream roles. For more Imperfect Podcast episodes and to join our indie film mailing list visit http://hecklerkane.com Keep up with Christian at http://christianfrazier.com Watch the interview on YouTube at http://youtube.com/hecklerkanecreations
Gene Blalock is the founder of Seraph Films and an award-winning Los Angeles-based Director. Gene is known for his touching, heart-warming films as much as his eccentric short horror vignettes. Bringing a decidedly human perspective to each of his projects, Gene’s works reflect our common humanity—as if from a mirror of compassion for us to examine and consider. Regardless of genre, Gene’s work rings true in a thought-provoking way. We had a great conversation with Gene about his production company Seraph Films. They have a number of projects on the horizon including The Art of Murder featuring actress and most dangerous woman in Hollywood, Tonya Kay. Seven Days In Mexico is a documentary about finding something that's impossible to lose. It tells the story about musician, singer songwriter Johnny Indovina of the band Human Drama. Keep up with Seraph Films and Gene Blalock at http://seraphfilms.net Visit http://hecklerkane.com to join our mailing list and become an Imperfect Podcast insider to #SupportIndieFilm
Part 1 of our interview with cinematographer Donavan Sell. We have an in depth discussion about cinematography as an art form as well as the practical nature of working in the business. We also cover the challenges that cinematographers face today. Listen to Part 2 for a more personal discussion with Donavan and his career as a cinematographer.  Visit http://hecklerkane.com for weekly interviews with filmmakers, actors and screenwriters that embrace the indie spirit.  Find us Social Media: http://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc http://facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations http://instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations  
We talk about Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton Our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com Captin AmericaCivilwarIronmanMay6
Inbeon Con is Long Island’s Comic Con for Artists! Featuring anime, comics, cosplay & gaming we met some amazing local artists, costume designers, animators & game developers. Featuring creator Eric Hutchison, we had the chance to learn what it takes for independent artists to make it. In it's 4th year, Eric has done a great job of assembling artists with passion and talent to create a community that's supporting each other. Watch the video for a special light sabre fight with the Sabre Guild Endor Temple. Interviews include: Eric Hutchison - Inbeon Con Creator Experience Unknown - LiveHorrorShow.com 5D Horror Show Friday September 30th 2017 at The Cradle of Aviation Antonio Mastria - Comic Book Artist & Illustrator Regine Sawyer - Lockett Down Productions & Women In Comics Collective Cristian Aluas - Artist, Designer, Writer, Film Maker & Speaker known for his graphic novel Big Boss: Gun for Hire Jason Quinones - Cartoonist and Graphic Artist at Beer and Cookies Comics Demon Boy - The World's Most Exciting Horror Rock Show Chris Fehn - 501ECG.com Empire City Garrison part of the world’s premiere Star Wars costuming group. Saber Guild Endor Temple - Choreographed light saber fights at cons, events and birthdays to raise money for charities Brian Van Kuik - Stained glass artist at Taomoonsworkshop.com Rich Drezen - Luckyzilla.com following the adventures of Bruce Deodato, alias Luckyzilla
On todays show we review the short film Code 8. To Help with funding for the film go to: www.code8movie.com tweet them at @code8movie Our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com
On this week’s Imperfect Podcast we review Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War. In one of our last podcasts, we made predictions about the upcoming film, and are surprised that most of those predictions were wrong. The film does not mimic the comic books in many respects, which I guess would be too predictable. Although Spiderman was shown in the trailer, it wasn’t clear which side he was on. Some of the shots in the trailer were actually cut to exclude Spiderman in the fighting, so it could be kept a mystery. Spiderman’s role was that of the comic relief. He wouldn’t stop talking during the battle. Even though he was fighting against other superheroes, he showed them respect as if he were a baseball rookie playing against Babe Ruth. One thing that we were all impressed with was when Tony Stark introduces a new virtual reality technology to his former college, MIT, and shows a younger version of himself. The VFX was incredible because most of the audience knows exactly how a young Robert Downey Jr. looks. It is one of those movies that you appreciate more on the big screen rather than on your TV at home, so if you didn’t get a chance to see this film, now is the time.
This week's guest on the Imperfect Podcast is Jenny Frankfurt who is the founder of the Finish Line Script Competition currently in its third year. The Finish Line Script Competition is based on the premise that rewrites are essential to be a successful writer. The panel of judges provides development notes when requested in order for writers to rewrite and resubmit new drafts for free throughout the entire script competition.   Rather than submitting your script and hoping for the best, the Finish Line Script Competition acts as a partner to up and coming writers with feedback from their mentors that have worked in every aspect of the film and television industry. The competition essentially echoes the reality of the business. Writers that work for a studio or even sell a feature film based on their script will go through a number of rewrites based on criticism and feedback.  The Finish Line Script Competition is essential for any writer that wants honest feedback and takes their craft seriously enough to bring it to the next level.  Get show notes and submit to the competition: http://hecklerkane.com/2018/01/finish-line-script-competition/
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with cinematographer Donavan Sell. e discuss family, career decisions, film challenges and his experiences in California. Watch Donovan’s latest commercial for the Dunlop MXR Reverb guitar pedal. This commercial was filmed with a small crew, but of the highest quality. The cinematography is excellent as Donovan Sell is able to combine the artist and practical side in this commercial. Visit http://hecklerkane.com for weekly interviews with filmmakers, actors and screenwriters that embrace the indie spirit.  Find us Social Media: http://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc http://facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations
This week’s guests on the Imperfect Podcast are Trish Rainone and Katie Uhlmann. They are the writers and producers of the new hit web series, My Roomate’s An Escort The web series is an off kilter comedy about two polar opposite roomates who influence each other’s lives for better or worse. Trish and Katie personally bonded over break-ups and roommate stories and began writing together two days later and haven't left eachother's side's since. The two share a lot of laughs together on the screen and in real-life. Trish is thrilled at how My Roommate's an Escort came together and can't wait to make more! We had a great time chatting with these ladies who are super funny and clever. The talk to us about funding the web series through crowd funding, investors and sponsors. Like many other talented people in the entertainment industry, they needed to create their own path to showcase their abilities. Fortunately for Trish and Katie, My Roomate’s An Escort seems to winning over audiences with over 69k views in less than 4 weeks. Keep up with Trish & Katie and watch My Roomate's an Escort on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBNoI8peERg6f75SbqnJyAA Visit the website: https://myroommatesanescort.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/escortroommate https://www.facebook.com/roommatecomedyseries/ https://www.instagram.com/myroommatesanescort/
Wise words from Ariel Costa of BlinkMyBrain.tv, the man responsible for the lyrical music video for Green Day's smash hit Bang Bang. With that one video alone having almost 10 million views, his work has been seen by the world. Ariel Costa has won multiple awards for his animation work which led to this opportunity for him to create the Green Day video and has led to additional projects with Led Zeppelin. Fueled by his passion project Sins, we were able to get some great insights into the world of animation. Check out the full transcript at http://hecklerkane.com Also on YouTube: https://youtu.be/KcZY0HiGsIs iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imperfect-podcast/id1107133885 Follow us on Social Media https://www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations/ https://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc http://instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations/
Clintington on Film is a successful film blog started by Clint Harrington. In only 2 years he's amassed a huge following and for good reason. He knows his movies and he loves to talk about them. Check out his blog clintington.com and look for his book Growing Up Movies now available on Amazon http://amzn.to/2d53wpu. Follow Clint on twitter @clintingtons. Follow Us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations/ Also available on: YouTube: https://youtu.be/s53ktmDXTxc iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imperfect-podcast/id1107133885?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-imperfect-podcast
Visit http://hecklerkane.com for video, show notes and extras. We chat with award winning actor Rich Graff who's best known for his role as Lucky Luciano in AMC's Making of the Mob. Rich was born and raised in the heart of New York City and had the acting bug since the day he was born, quite literally. When Rich was born, a producer happened to be there and requested Rich as a Gerber baby. Rich Graff is a man of many talents such as being an accomplished musician and attending aviation school in NYC. He's also studied with a number of acting teachers to develop his craft. Rich has racked up 26 acting credits since 2010 with his first major television role, as a detective on "Law & Order Criminal Intent" (2011). His breakthrough role on the big screen came as the love interest of Heather Graham in "My Dead Boyfriend" (2015), directed by Anthony Edwards. Following up on his success in Making of the Mob New York & Chicago, Rich is producing a film called Amaranth. He is also working on a new television series. Keep an eye out for Rich Graff, he'll be coming to a screen big or small near you!
This is our top ten horror films list. If you agree or disagree let us know on our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com
We discuss our experience working on a 48 hour short film challenge from the Winter Film Awards. There will be a showing of all the films on June 19th 2016 at the Grayson NYC 16 first ave. New York NY at 2 pm. for more on it: https://winterfilmawards.com/ The short film The Drop Off: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1we1_lXB9bY like the video on youtube to become a part of helping us to win fan favorite. our Social Media www.twitter.com/hecklerkaneinc www.facebook.com/hecklerkanecreations www.instagram.com/hecklerkanecreations our site: www.hecklerkane.com
http://hecklerkane.com/2017/05/independent-horror-film-icon-sam-sherman/ This week we take the Imperfect Podcast on the road with horror icon, Sam Sherman. Sam is has been a writer, producer and distributor that continues to work in the film industry today. We were fortunate enough to be introduced by our friend Ethan Marten who you may remember from our podcast about Eyes of the Roshi. Sam Sherman attended New York's City College Film Institute, where he ran "Flash Gordon" serials and "The Mask of Fu Mancho" in the student film program and made the 16mm short "The Weird Stranger" in a single day. The first picture he distributed was a re-release of The Scarlet Letter (1934) in 1964. He also worked in the publicity department of Hemisphere Pictures prior to forming the hugely successful production and distribution outfit Independent-International Pictures with Do-It-Yourself indie filmmaker 'Al Adamson (I)' in 1968. Independent-International produced and/or released a slew of movies in such genres as horror, Western, science fiction, comedy, action and even blaxploitation for the drive-in market throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Sam is a humble, intelligent film maker who gravitates toward "the weird." We couldn't have asked for a better opportunity to learn from someone who made his mark in the film industry as an independent for decades. Part of 1 of this interview discusses Sam Sherman's background and early career. Stay tuned next week for Part 2.
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with writer, producer and distributor Sam Sherman. In case you missed it here's Part 1: Indie Horror Icon Sam Sherman. In this part of our interview with Sam, we discuss how film making and distribution has changed, his relationship with director Al Adamson and how films like Dracula vs Frankenstein came to be. Sam Sherman attended New York’s City College Film Institute, where he ran “Flash Gordon” serials and “The Mask of Fu Mancho” in the student film program and made the 16mm short “The Weird Stranger” in a single day. The first picture he distributed was a re-release of The Scarlet Letter (1934) in 1964. He also worked in the publicity department of Hemisphere Pictures prior to forming the hugely successful production and distribution outfit Independent-International Pictures with Do-It-Yourself indie filmmaker ‘Al Adamson (I)’ in 1968. Independent-International produced and/or released a slew of movies in such genres as horror, Western, science fiction, comedy, action and even blaxploitation for the drive-in market throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
The Imperfect Podcast kicked off of its new sseason with a Facebook Live event that recaps the show's most memorable moments and behind the scenes from Seymour the Unfortunate Vampire.  September 11th & Hurricane Irma Relief We take a moment to remember Septemeber 11th and those who bravely gave their lives as well as the friends and famlies that were effected. We will also donate $1 to Hurricane Irma Relief for every new YouTube subscriber until Sunday September 17, 2017. Subscribe at http://youtube.com/hecklerkanecreations. Top 10 Episodes Interviewing over 40 guests the past year, made for great memories. Here are the 5 best, listen to the episode for the rest... Inside The Killing Season with Josh Zeman Veteran Actor Marshall R. Teague The Neverending Story Childlike Empress Tami Stronach Green Day Music Video Animator Ariel Costa Cast & Creator of Indie Film Eyes of the Roshi
This week's guests on the Imperfect Podcast are the women from REAL Pictures and founder Jacqueline Real. The REAL Brand NYC is a brand built on humanitarian, forward-thinking ideals. Their first company launch will be REAL Pictures, a production house helmed by #TheREALSisters that produces provocative, female-driven films with a purpose. Its premiere film will be ‘The Drive,’ written by Jacqueline Real & shot by Diana Matos.  Jacqueline Real is a native New Yorker as well as a working SAG-AFTRA/EQUITY actress. After a year of activism and volunteer work, she has finally focused her passions and launched the company The REAL Brand NYC. The REAL Brand NYC  combines her love of activism, volunteering, and film making.  The most recent film she produced, 'How Far' (2016), was featured at the New York Short Film Festival. For more info on Jacqueline's multiple skills go to follow her on IG @JacquelineReal! Jacqueline's sister, Nicole Real has worked in the film & television industry for almost 15 years, where she started as an intern on "The FBI Files" for the Discovery Channel and then later at Tribeca Productions; Robert De Niro’s production company. She graduated from The School of VISUAL ARTS in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in cinematography and later met a group of filmmakers who led her to work with Glass Eye Pix “one of the indie scene's most productive and longest-running companies.” - Filmmaker Magazine.  Also feature in this weeks interview is Diana Matos, who is a New York based Director of Photography working regularly in LA and Miami. Once a Local 600 camera assistant, her credits include: The Amazing Spider Man, The Bourne Legacy, R.I.P.D., Winter’s Tale, The Other Woman, Annie and Ricki and the Flash. Prior to working on set, she was a technician at Panavision NY and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Talking to Diana about film gear was a real treat. Hell she even owns owns an Arri Alexa Classic with High Speed License! Diana has shot with a
This week on the Imperfect Podcast we interview actress Gabrielle Stone. No stranger to the festival circuit, Stone starred in three festival winning short films Henry John and the Little Bug, Sugartown and Once When I Was Dead. She recently complete her directorial debut 'It Happened Again Last Night'. She lept onto the big screen starring in The Lighthouse opposite Danny Glover. From there she has begun carving her way into the industry with feature films like Fuzztrack City, The Jazz Funeral, and An Old Man's Gold. In 2014 Stone starred in Lionsgate's Speak No Evil and then went on to star in Anchor Bay's Zombie Killers that also featured her mother and scream queen legend Dee Wallace. This year she can be seen in 'Ava's Impossible Things' as well as 'Dance Night Obsession' and the highly anticipated 'Death House'. Gabrielle recently wrapped filming on Tom Hollands 'Rock Paper Dead' opposite Michael Madeson & Tatum O'Neal. Stone is currently working on 'The Competition' alongside Thora Birch and Chris Klein.
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Podcast Details

Started
Apr 23rd, 2016
Latest Episode
Apr 2nd, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
93
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes
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