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A podcast primarily dedicated to traditional film photography including darkroom processes. Topics may vary from opinions, interviews, how-to, camera operations, field-notes, alternative processes, or other film photography-related topics. Brought to you fortnightly by Bob St-Cyr from the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, CANADA. Opinions, commentary and ideas shared on the podcast belong to the respective authors/speakers alone.
 
I'm Shawn Ventura, the Host of TRUE CRIME FREAKS. I have always been a True Crime fan going back to DATELINE and Unsolved Mysteries. True Crime podcasts are what I listen to relax on my long walks. There is something about being scared and shocked that snaps me out of my daily routine. I created TRUE CRIME FREAKS after I created the Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast, a Film and TV Interviews and reviews podcast. I hope you enjoy the crazy and sometimes horrifying stories of this podcast you TRUE ...
 
How do you elevate your photography? If you read articles, listen to photography podcasts, watch a lot Youtube videos; and you’ve attended numerous workshops and conferences; you’ve probably tried lots of techniques-different lights and lighting set ups; you've purchased a ton of gear, software, and apps; or taken to the extreme, you’ve changed camera systems. And are your photos really that much better? What if I told you that the secret to better photos isn’t in the latest gear or the late ...
 
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In this episode we conclude our chat with Chris Soldo, first assistant director on “Mission: Impossible.” We talk about how, er, tense the first film’s production was, get some great Tom Cruise stories, hear about a Kristin Scott Thomas reshoot, and talk about additional films he worked on with De Palma. Also, hear stories about Amy Heckerling, Ric…
 
In this week's episode we talk about collaboration among creatives: Photographers and other artists. I share with you the positives and the challenges of photographing a large event. In my case the painting and installation of a 9000 sq ft. Black Lives Matter Mural over the course of a week. I provide inside observations of what is needed among pro…
 
This week we are joined by Chris Soldo, a legend in his own right and the first assistant director on “Mission: Impossible!” We chart his relationship with Brian De Palma, starting with “Sisters” when Chris was 15 years old, talk about an early version of the movie that would be filmed in the Rocky Mountains, and find a version of the script on a f…
 
In this episode I share with you what I considered to be an epic fail and my most challenging photoshoot. Oddly enough it had nothing to do with the client. I share with you what happens when you lose control of your shoot and when you loose control of your space, your physical and your professional space. I'll also share the important lessons I've…
 
We have finally made it to the conclusion of our epic making-of chronicle with the release, marketing, and response to “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” Learn about the various activations surrounding the release (including an escape room!), how well the movie stacked up to the other movies both box office-wise and critically. And find out the …
 
Once you have a rudimentary understanding of your camera, and someone wants you to photograph their event, their party, their kid, or they want you to take their headshot, don’t do it for free. Send your potential client a copy of your price list, a documented affirmation that demonstrates the value of your photography work. Your price list a sign …
 
We’re back with the continuing saga of the production of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” This time we cover the in-camera mask gag, what they re-shot late in the game, and how they were able to come up with a new ending. Plus, we talk about the movie’s wonderful score by Joe Kraemer and the race to complete the movie before its big Vienna pre…
 
This week we’re continuing our deep dive into the making of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” In this episode we’re looking at the movie’s physical production, from elaborate sequences shot in Vienna, Morocco, and London, to things like the opera sequence and the death-defying (literally) motorcycle sequence. Also: get details on the Torus sequ…
 
We start our deep dive into the making of “Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation” this week. In this episode, we go through the movie’s somewhat unusual development process (including a peek at who made up the writers room), what the goals for the sequel were, and the pre-production process, including the selection and hiring of key creative personnel…
 
For this episode, we talk to David Naylor, who produced the special features for the “Mission: Impossible III” home video release. We talk about his relationship with J.J. Abrams, the shot he got that J.J. wishes he had used in the movie, and the insane premiere that had Tom Cruise arriving by land, sea, and air. (It’s bonkers.) Plus – stories abou…
 
This week we are thrilled to be joined by Craig O’Brien, the skydiving camera operator for the HALO jump from “Mission: Impossible - Fallout.” Learn everything about the unforgettable sequence, to the type of camera rig Craig had to wear, to how badly Henry Cavill wanted to do the jump, to just how committed Tom Cruise was to getting the sequence r…
 
In the second part of our interview with Greg Powell, stunt coordinator of “Mission: Impossible,” we discuss other parts of his career, including his history with the James Bond franchise, working with Vic Armstrong, what he did on “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” and his recent collaboration with Jackie Chan. Also: stories about Peter Selle…
 
This week we are joined by Greg Powell, the stunt coordinator for the first “Mission: Impossible!” In this episode, Powell tells us about blowing up the car in Prague (and how it does that incredible vertical flip), shares a story about Tom Cruise getting mad at him (it has a funny ending!), and get into the details of Emilio Estevez’s death scene …
 
Welcome back to Light the Wick, our deep dive into the “John Wick” franchise. This week we are joined once again by David Leitch, superstar co-director of the first “John Wick.” In this installment, Leitch talks about his most recent film (as a producer) “Nobody,” and his upcoming film (as a director), “Bullet Train,” starring Brad Pitt and Sandra …
 
We’ve checked back into the Continental for another installment of Light the Wick. This time we are chatting with David Leitch, co-director of the first “John Wick.” We talk about why he doesn’t actually receive co-directing credit on the first film, discuss the differences from the script to the film version, and what his involvement in the franch…
 
For this all new episode of Light the Wick, we’re once again chatting with master cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who shot “John Wick: Chapter 2” and "Chapter 3." This time we discuss the challenges of bloody squibs before moving onto his long collaboration with Guillermo del Toro (set to continue with this year’s “Nightmare Alley”), including a few …
 
We’re back in the bullet-riddled world of Light the Wick, as we interview the genuinely incredible cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who shot “John Wick: Chapter 2” and "Chapter 3." In this installment we speak to Laustsen about the fun of shooting action sequences, working with Keanu Reeves, the challenges of filming on location in New York City (espe…
 
We are once again joined by the legendary filmmaker, “Are Snakes Necessary?” author and director of the first “Mission: Impossible” film Brian De Palma and his co-author Susan Lehman. In this episode we discuss the unmade prequel films to some of his earlier projects, why he isn’t interested in “Mission: Impossible” sequels, and what happened with …
 
Re-Release of our most popular episode! The Disappearance of Heather Elvis, Episode 1 of the True Crime Freaks podcast! This is one of the craziest unsolved crimes I have ever heard of! Why would Heather date an older, married man? Why did his wife say she didn’t care and then threaten Heather? Did Heather get pregnant? Where is Heather? It took me…
 
This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for – we interview living legend and the filmmaker behind the first “Mission: Impossible” film, Brian De Palma. We are joined in the conversation with Susan Lehman, De Palma’s co-author for his debut novel “Are Snakes Necessary?” In this installment we discuss the foundation of the book, where the title cam…
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast. How do we stop Mass Shootings? I explore strategies to help stop the Mass Shootings. We also talk about the San Jose shooter. Americans make up about 4.4 percent of the global population but own 42 percent of the world’s guns. Warning Graphic Content Photo Courtesy Daily Democrat Apple link, https://podcasts.apple.com…
 
This week we continue our fascinating chat with Pete Romano, an underwater director of photography on four of the “Mission: Impossible” movies. We talk about the challenges with “Fallout,” working with Wade Eastwood, and some of his other collaborators, including Wes Anderson, Kathryn Bigelow, and Michael Bay! Also, we get some new “Color of Night”…
 
Holly Bobo got up early and dressed for nursing school. She ate breakfast and studied for a test. Her family would never see her again. Warning Graphic Content Photos Courtesy the Tennessean Apple link, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-freaks-podcast/id1548537892 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5YykwwJXh5gB3sxoLbY9ap Please SU…
 
We are beyond thrilled to be joined this week by Pete Romano, an underwater director of photography who worked on four of the “Mission: Impossible” movies. He talks about beginning on the franchise with an uncredited role and how there might be a big underwater sequence in the eighth movie. Plus, get details about what it’s like working with James …
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast! Episode 22 The Chanin Starbuck Murder Chanin Starbuck was a mother of 5 children. She was about to start a new career. She had many lovers and was worried that her ex husband Clay may kill her. This is the Murder of Chanin Starbuck. Warning Graphic Content Photos Courtesy KHQ News Audio courtesy KXLY News Apple link, …
 
This week we are thrilled to be joined by Sean Gerace, who was one of J.J. Abrams’ assistants during the production of “Mission: Impossible III”! He tells the story of how Tom Cruise got interested in Abrams (it involves “War of the Worlds” and a box set of “Alias”), discusses the shoot in Italy, and shares a tidbit about one of the filmmakers prev…
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast! Episode 21 Scott and Laci Peterson Case Update Scott Peterson is on death row in San Quentin State Prison for murdering his wife Laci Peterson and their unborn child. Since being sentenced in 2005, he has been living a cushy life behind bars. Playing basketball, living in a cell alone, and buying whatever he wants bec…
 
We’re back this week with New York Magazine film critic and editor Bilge Ebiri, this time talking about how “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” is like sex, his need to revisit the second and third films, and his confusion over "Rogue Nation" (Drew is not alone). Also, Bilge explains how the franchise is all about the crew that puts these movies togeth…
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast! WHY DID TED BUNDY BECOME A SERIAL KILLER AND TED'S LETTERS! TED BUNDY WAS A CLINICAL PSYCHOPATH. He could feel fear, but couldn’t sense danger. Which made a normal guy like Bundy confident and deadly. Warning Graphic Content Photos Courtesy Women’s Health Magazine Apple link, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true…
 
This week we are joined by New York Magazine film critic and editor Bilge Ebiri, who has written about the franchise extensively in the past. He discusses the movie’s place in modern action cinema, talks about why he hates “Mission: Impossible 2” and discusses how the first film is a perfect Brian De Palma movie (and how there are hints of weird se…
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast! She left town without an explanation. She had landed her dream job, a teenage son who she adored and a close family. Why would she leave? This is the murder of Cari Farver. Warning Graphic Content Photo’s Courtesy Iowacoldcases.org Apple link, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-freaks-podcast/id154853789…
 
In the final installment of our latest chat with Paul Hirsch, editor of “Mission: Impossible” and author of “In a Cutting Room Far, Far Away,” we talk more about his work with Brian De Palma, how Steve Martin would just park illegally since he could afford the ticket, and how his job as a “movie doctor” on “Exorcist III” was true hell. Also, get de…
 
New True Crime Freaks podcast! A divorced couple was going through a custody battle. She wanted to know what their baby was eating, when she slept and what she was doing every moment she was with Dad. She convinced her parents to do the unspeakable. This is The Stephen Moore murder by The Dorsett’s. Warning Graphic Content Photo Courtesy Murderpedi…
 
In the second part of our latest chat with Paul Hirsch, “Mission: Impossible” editor and author of “In a Cutting Room Far, Far Away,” we get funny stories about Danny Elfman’s stuffed cat, how he nearly worked on “Taxi Driver” with Brian De Palma, and how Lee Child’s Jack Reacher books influenced the opening of ‘Ghost Protocol’ (amongst other chest…
 
True Crime Freaks SPECIAL episode! The Kristen Smart Disappearance with updates. She wants to find a party and have some fun. Her friend wasn’t in the mood. She ended up at a Frat Party alone, kissing a boy and bringing him into the bathroom. She was seen passed out drunk on the neighbors lawn outside the Party. Two students who knew her offered to…
 
We are back, talking to legendary editor (and recent author) Paul Hirsch again. Paul edited the first “Mission: Impossible” movie along with ‘Ghost Protocol,’ and in this episode he shares his thoughts on some recent Oscar-season movies, reveals an unused chapter from his book (read by Paul himself) and tells a funny story about Stanley Kubrick.…
 
And we’re back to Light the Fuse on the second part of our chat with the Filmograph team of Aaron Becker, Seth Kleinberg and Amador Valenzuela. And this time we’re talking about the creation of the subtitles in “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” (the ones that go from Cyrillic to English as Ethan is figuring it out). We also hear about an unrel…
 
True Crime Freaks SPECIAL episode! She was living in LA when the Hillside Strangler and the Night Stalker were on Killing Sprees. Listen to hear her story. She tells us what it was like to walk the streets with groups of 4 and 6 at all times She also tells us how she put screws in the window and eventually moved home with her family to feel safe at…
 
True Crime Freaks latest episode! Life with a Serial Killer on the Loose Warning Graphic Content What is it like to have a serial killer on the loose in your community? How does your behavior change? Do you buy a gun, mace, get a dog? Our guest Jennifer Parker tells me today what it was like to live during the time when the Baton Rouge Serial Kille…
 
Welcome back to Light the Wick. Your reservation at the Continental has been confirmed, and this week we’re speaking with the team from Filmograph – Aaron Becker, Seth Kleinberg and Amador Valenzuela. In this typically spirited conversation, we discuss their contribution to the “John Wick” movies – not only the title sequences but also the subtitle…
 
This week on Light the Wick (yes it’s still going on, just deal with it!), we talk to “John Wick” visual effects supervisor Rob Nederhorst about what it was like working his invisible magic on the franchise – we learn about squib hits, the difference between violence and gore, and the shot that they had to tone down because it was a little “too muc…
 
True Crime Freaks latest episode! The Myths and Traits of a Serial Killer. Warning Graphic Content - Photo Courtesy of Murderpedia I have been trying to figure out why serial killers kill for most of my life. I explore that in this podcast, with information from the FBI. They all have similar traits and most are psychopaths. But there are no two se…
 
We are thrilled this week on Light the Wick to be joined by Luca Mosca, costume designer and actor. Mosca not only comes up with the killer style Keanu Reeves wears, but he also plays the tailor in “John Wick: Chapter 2.” Talk about range! Mosca talks about the evolution of Ian McShane’s character, dressing Laurence Fishburne’s hobo army, and menti…
 
True Crime Freaks latest episode! Why are Serial Killers usually white men? Warning Graphic Content Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, BTK were all white. But most serial killers of the past century were white? Right? I find out some interesting statistics about serial killers on this podcast. Apple link, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-fr…
 
We’re back with part two of our Light the Wick look at the editorial process on “John Wick 3” with editors Evan Schiff, Gina Hirsch, and Matt Evans. But – surprise! – we sneak some Light the Fuse material in the mix since Schiff and Hirsch worked on “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” So you’ll get to hear about the nearly 3-hour cut of “John W…
 
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