• Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment,  Podcast Interview

    Interview…J.C. Chamboredon On the Legacy and Future of Milan Records

    Founded over 40 years ago by Emmanuel Chamboredon, Milan Records has released the soundtracks to renowned and critically acclaimed classics such as Ghost and Backdraft. Scan your shelves – it’s a good bet that a sizeable chunk of titles bear the fanciful logo of the winged man with a heart-shaped head. Fitting image as that’s how I feel whenever I listen to a soundtrack. Since 2004, Jean-Christophe Chamboredon continues the legacy for his father who started Milan in 1978. In this week’s podcast, we got to speak with Chamboredon about the iconic company which was recently acquired by Sony Music Masterworks. This business venture offers even more opportunities to put…

  • Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment,  Podcast Interview

    Interview…Genevieve Vincent on ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ and Charting Her Own Musical Course

    Earlier this month, we got to have a wonderful chat with composer Genevieve Vincent about her work on film music, concert music, and as music producer. She most recently completed scoring the Sony romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery and Moving Art “Hokkaido” for Netflix for which she wrote a Japanese inspired orchestral hybrid score. Born in Vancouver, BC, based in Los Angeles, Vincent studied the Suzuki violin method, and was a student of The Royal Conservatory of Music in Vancouver. She went on to attend Berklee College of Music where she graduated with a dual major in Film Scoring and Composition and studied privately under concert music composer Alla Elena…

  • Interviews,  Movies/Entertainment

    Interview…Matt Schrader on Immersive Audio and Pioneering Podcasts with ‘Blockbuster’

    From director Matt Schrader and producer Kenny Holmes comes Blockbuster, a six-part, 2.5-hour immersive audio series that traces the young friendship of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas — before Jaws and Star Wars — and before anyone knew their names. It’s a story that took place a half century ago — authentically recreated in striking detail by leading voice actors, award-winning sound designers, and with a sweeping original score. Also, this series features the most advanced sound design ever created for a podcast. Over the course of six months, the Epicleff team utilized prominent, award-winning voice actors from the animation and video game industries, captivating three-dimensional sound design from Motion Picture Sound Editors-nominated designer Peter…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Sweet Podcast…The MILFcast: Episode 33

    Happy (late) Thanksgiving everyone!! Hope you and yours are enjoying the time together this year. For those of you needing a few idea for something fun to do over the next couple of days I offer 3 suggestions: You can either check out Arthur Christmas, The Muppets or listen to yours truly wax idiotic about all sorts of cinematic topics with and Kai & Heather of Man I Love Films in the latest installment of the MILFcast (which is the Man I Love Films podcast). Have a listen to it below or, more preferably, head over to Man I Love Films so you can check out more of their interesting and off…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Sweet Podcast…The Matineecast: Episode 41

    Last time I chatted at length with my old cineblogging friend Hatter, we waxed poetic and raved about the stellar indie kidnapping flick The Disappearance of Alice Creed. Needless to say it has been too long since we picked up that sweet science. So after getting some well deserved rest from his extensive coverage of this year’s TIFF, we both stepped to the plate for my second trip to The Matineecast. This time around we looked at a host of fun and quasi-intellectual movie related tidbits before digging in taking a good look at the new Brad Pitt film Moneyball. So have a listen to Episode 41 of The Matineecast and enjoy. If you like…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Sweet Podcast…The MILFcast (w/ G-S-T and The List)

    Hello World, Marc Here: Last weekend I recorded a MILFcast episode (which is the Man I Love Films podcast) with my buddy Kai of The List and my estranged cinematic sibling Heather from Movie Mobsters. In short insanity did abound but the episode was really better for it:) Further, it was a probably the most fun podcast I’ve done yet. Before I invite you to have a listen I’d like to thank them both for having me on the air. Muchas gracias amigos! So, if you really feel like getting irrelevant cinematic opinions from 3 certifiable man men (one of whom is in fact a woman) you can find MILFcast on podOmatic by clicking…

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    Sweet Podcast…The Matineecast (w/ G-S-T and The Mad Hatter)

    Last weekend I had an awesome time shooting the cellophane breeze with one of the coolest bloggers around. And “who might that be?” you’d ask. Well if the banner above doesn’t ring any bells, I’ll tell you. I recorded a episode of The Matineecast with The Mad Hatter, owner/operator of The Dark of the Matinee. Definitly the kind of guy you’d want to have a beer with and the man who just so happens to be the 2010 Lammy Award Winner for “Best Podcast”. That said I felt very proud to be on his show. We went over everything from Citizen Kane to Star Trek II and of course our topic de jour…