From King Richard to Bob Marley: One Love – working with Studios with writer & director Reinaldo Marcus Green

On today’s special Friday episode, Dom Lenoir sat down with writer & director Reinaldo Marcus Green, the man behind films…

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How to have a career making indie films with Nikolaj Arcel – Director and Screenwriter – The Promised Land.

Director and Screenwriter Nikolaj Arcel joins us to talk about having a career as filmmaker, his latest film The Promised…

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The state of the indie film industry with “Memory” director Michel Franco, Giles Alderson and Dom Lenoir

On today’s show, we not only have one but two juicy conversations. In our first chat, our primo-host Dom Lenoir…

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The Boys in the Boat & Argo producer Grant Heslov on working with George Clooney and creating long term filmmaking relationships.

19-year-old Grant Heslov met 21-year-old George Clooney at drama school. Forty years later, they are a successful, Oscar-winning producer-director-actor duo.…

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OPPENHEIMER – behind the creative process of Nolan’s epic with editor Jennifer Lame, costume designer Ellen Mirojnick, Make-Up Designer Luisa Abel, and hair designer Jaime Leigh McIntosh

Oppenheimer (2023) is one of the biggest films of last year. Two days ago, it won 5 Golden Globes, including…

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Rustin & Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom screenwriter & director George C. Wolfe on re-creating filmmaking moments in history

Director and writer George C. Wolfe is our guest on the podcast this week as he chats with Dom Lenoir…

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XMAZ QUIZ and Filmmaking Wrap Up of 2023 with Giles Alderson, Stephen Follows, Dom Lenoir, Sophie Rodger, Tobias Vees and Andrew Rodger

Our filmmaking wrap up and Christmas / New Year QUIZ of 2023! Join Giles Alderson, Stephen Follows, Dom Lenoir, Sophie…

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From award winning short to festival feature with ‘Catching Dust’ writer & director Stuart Gatt

This week on the podcast we chat with writer and director Stuart Gatt about his debut feature film, the festival…

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