From editing raw interview audio to removing unwanted sounds and speech quirks, cleaning up background noises, and restoring low speech levels, I can transform your rough gem into a polished podcast, ready for broadcast.
For the past few years I’ve been creating video art for short films & music montages using vintage analogue & contemporary digital gear & software. Excerpts & outtakes from these selections will be available soon for royalty-free use.
It's Intrigue and Adventure Time with Carol Reed & Graham Greene's Our Man in Havana (1959) on Blu from Twilight Time + Allan Dwan's Escape to Burma (1955) and Jacques Tourneur's Appointment in Honduras (1953) in a VCI RKO-themed double-bill!
One of the last batch of films released by dying major RKO Radio Pictures, Escape to Burma was another efficient low-level A picture produced by Benedict Bogeaus with major stars shot on a modest budget, offering some romance, action, exotic escapism, and a tight story that worked as long as you didn’t think too hard and notice its seams...
Julia Marchese discusses directing Out of Print (2014), a passionate documentary on the New Beverly Cinema, the feisty, independent rep cinema renowned for programming rare slices of film history; and the increasing difficulty for programmers to access and screen 35mm film prints in an age of digital projections and DCPs. Visit KQEK.com for a film review of
Craig Atkinson discusses his directorial debut, Do Not Resist (2016), an unsettling documentary on the militarization of local police departments. Filmed just as the violence in Ferguson began to erupt, Atkinson details the overuse of S.W.A.T. for mundane search warrants, and the current government grants that enable departments to buy army surplus vehicles.
The third of three stock footage collections is now available for purchase, and features images from my 2016 visual podcast with film composer Nima Fakhrara. Also included is free desktop / cellphone wallpaper derived from key frame grabs.
The second of three stock footage collections is now available for purchase, and features images from my 2016 visual podcast with film composer Nima Fakhrara. Also included is free desktop / cellphone wallpaper derived from key frame grabs.