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We explore film. We feel most critics don't, that most critics try to cage and define movies as "good" or "bad". We think there's more to it than that. We want to open movies up, reveal them. To that end, we've made a film podcast with an educational twist. Perfect for film lovers and film makers, creative writers, too. Three parts. 1. Major, 30-min discussion of a single movie. 2. Briefer sub-discussions on other movies watched during the week. 3. answer questions, list contest, random awar ...
 
How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (Redeemed Productions, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
 
The Odyssey of Petal & Moth was inspired by the stories behind the making of a story. Or to be more precise, the making of a film. A micro budget one. An indie one. One made with unknown actors. From a little known community. In an overlooked Canadian province. A film that almost never was. And almost never was again. ​We are the seen and unseen of this project. The performers. The song creators. The set builders. The prop makers. Those who inspired. And those who carried. We are the communi ...
 
This show celebrates the humans within Australia & New Zealand's adventure community. We Are Explorers founder Henry Brydon delves into the minds of this renegade collective - athletes, photographers, filmmakers, trail builders, store owners, adventure therapists, gear makers....the list goes on...but each is united by one thing: adventure has shaped who they are and how they lead our lives. The goal of this podcast is to tickle your ears and imaginations enough to live a little more adventu ...
 
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This week John and Nick go over all the things they wish they would have known when they started their wedding film business. From audio design to business strategies and everything in between. Buckle up, take some notes, and get ready to improve your wedding films.โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
The Creative Diet with Ben Journee On today’s episode we have Ben Journee from Make Better Wedding Films. This guy has been doing some really amazing things when it comes to his brand, and his podcast, Make Better Wedding Films. Nick and John sit down with Ben to hear about his journey of starting a podcast, the relentless effort it takes, all whil…
 
This is the first of (hopefully) a recurring series of episodes on film critical theory. Today, with special guest Melissa Favara, we cover the idea of cultural production. This is kind of the broadest way of looking at movies, as a product of a culture rather only the work of an individual or group of filmmakers. This is a lens with witch to look …
 
Here it is! Its an episode and a subject that has been a long time coming, and it's one that is less important then people used to think, though perhaps a little more important than some people say it is now. D. W. Griffith was a filmmaker who invented nothing, innovated on much, and influenced many (including influencing people to commit acts of v…
 
How Nick Booked 8 Brides IN A ROW Last year, Nick booked 8 weddings in a row. How did he do it? We talk all about it in this week’s brand new episode of the How To Film Weddings Podcast. There are proven things you can be doing RIGHT NOW to get more bookings, and we want to show you how. Join John and Nick, as they talk about what they have been do…
 
Hello and welcome back! This is everything about early Italian films that we didn’t cover in the last two episodes. That means we talk a little about how Italian studios were run throughout the 1910’s, Important actors not playing Maciste, influential directors (including another of the most prolific women of early film),and a film movement: Futuri…
 
This might be the episode that convinced us all to go out and get fanny packs. We asked the members of our Facebook group what their favorite wedding day hacks are and compiled them into some amazing advice in this week's episode. Get ready to take some notes and possibly spend a little money with some of these great tips and tricks.…
 
On today’s podcast, we interview Emma Burke, of Emma K Films, and this conversation is something you do not want to miss. She started her business 2 years ago, when she was 18, and has gone from charging $400 for her first wedding, to now over $5000 per wedding. We dive into social media, and how it has helped her grow her brand. We also talk about…
 
Wedding Videographers Suck at Presenting Themselves Let’s be honest. Wedding Videographers suck at presenting themselves well most of the time. We get so focused on gear, our footage, the light, the audio, that we forget that this is an ACTUAL wedding with REAL people getting married. What do you wear to a wedding? How do you communicate to couples…
 
This week John and Nick sit down with one of the OGs of the wedding video industry, Ryan Koral of the Grow Your Video Business Studio Sherphas Podcast and Tell Studios joins us to take us to school on maximizing your client relationships with his experience transitioning into corporate video work. You'll want to take some notes on this episode for …
 
This week its all about two movies Quo Vadis? from 1912 or 1913 and Cabiria from 1914. Both are amazing movies in their own right, and in many ways are the first "real" silent films we have seen on this show so far! At least to me, they seem to check all the boxes. If you would like to visit the show's website, you can do so at historyoffilmpodcast…
 
We're super excited to have Kathryn Majic of Blnk Films back on the podcast this week. It's hard to believe it's been over 100 episodes since Kathryn burst onto the wedding filmmaking scene, and in this episode, we break down what she's been up to since then, how to build a brand, and much more. Check out Blnk Films Website: http://bit.ly/2kXgqOc I…
 
Today on the podcast, we talk to Stanton Giles, of Films By Stanton. We have had Stanton on the podcast once before, but are so excited to bring him back. And if you didn’t know. We just announced that he will be one of the speakers at our online workshop coming up on August 4th and 5th. Grab your tickets here: http://www.calibrateworkshop.com In t…
 
This week Ori Swiatkowski of O.Ski Films joins us on the podcast to share her journey as a wedding filmmaker and how she's been able to raise her prices early in her career by keeping her full-time job while she grows her business.โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
This is the first of a planned three episode series about Italian film from before the 1920's and the rise of fascism in Italy. In this very first episode, we cover the earliest origins of Italian film, though much more briefly than we did French film, mostly because there isn't as much written about it. We also go into some detail about the astoni…
 
This week John flies solo and interview the wildly popular Jai Long, creative entrepreneur, and photographer from Melbourne, Australia. This episode is packed full of super inspirational insights that will help you as both a creative and a business owner.โดย John Bunn
 
In this week’s episode we talk with Alex & Whitney from Sculpting With Time Productions. Highly regarded as the best wedding filmmakers on the planet. If there’s an award, they’ve won it. Pushing the limits of what can be done with wedding films. John and Nick sit down to talk with them about how to get inspired with your wedding films, the dynamic…
 
So it feels like everyone has gone back and forth with TikTok. Is it just a place for teens to do trending dances? Have millennials taken over? Can you actually book real weddings on Tiktok? The answer is yes, and this week we talk with Lucy Mann of Lucy Camyrn Films to talk about her path as a young wedding filmmaker and how she's teaching others …
 
Richard Leng - Mindset for Growth Today, on the podcast, we interviewed Richard Leng of RL Films, based out of the UK. We talked all about how he has positioned himself in a way to charge top dollar for his services. It all comes down to mindset. That, plus knowing the numbers of your business. In today’s episode, we talk about ‘pricing for growth’…
 
It is a little late, but it is also long! This is one I have been researching and working on for a long time. This week its all about a new kind of serial film–one that takes us out of the light, and into the shadowy depths a criminal and violent Paris. Louis Feuillade takes us to depths not before plumbed by this show, as we give some much deserve…
 
I am a Fraud. Ever feel like you aren’t good enough to be doing what you are doing? Or you aren’t experienced enough to be charging more than you are charging? What about when someone at a wedding makes you feel like your job isn’t important. Yep, we have been there, and to be honest, it sucks. But, in today’s episode, we break down how we battle t…
 
Forget movies that are a mere five reels long, how about three hundred!? In the United States during the "nickelodeon era" of film history, movies got longer in more ways than the ones we have been covering recently. Some became the first film series with continuing stories! We cover that transition and its greatest star in today's episode! Make su…
 
Money Mindset Have you heard yourself say ‘when I have more money I will do this’ or ‘when I have more time I will do this?’ The problem is, most people don’t realize they have to change their mindset before they see a change in their wallets or in their free time. In this week’s episode, John and Nick break down what they did to change their minds…
 
Just as promised in episode 15, this week we begin our journey through the early influences of feature length movies that will eventually take us into the studio era of the U. S. film industry and D. W. Griffith. Film D'art is more important for what it inspired than what it accomplished, and funnily enough is skipped over entirely in a book I have…
 
I Want To Quit Have you ever been there? Ready to quit your job? Ready to throw in the towel on your relationships? Why do you work so hard anyway? In this week’s episode, we take it in a different direction. We get real about the struggle of running a business as an entrepreneur. It isn’t easy, and most people think they have to go at it alone. Th…
 
This episode is actually a bonus episode, rather than the other “bonus” episode I’ve released, which were 30 minutes long and took weeks to make. This episode gets a little heavy, but suicide is a heavy subject. If you, or someone you know, is having suicidal thoughts, know that there is help. In the United States, you can visit https://suicideprev…
 
16- The Stars are Born Here it is, episode 16, which in my heart, is the Kill Bill Vol. II of the podcast. This one pares a lot with episode 15, so I have a couple of brief recaps to the last episode to make the episode flow a little better. I played a clip from Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal from 1982, and was very tempted to play the emperor’s dea…
 
1 Thing Most Wedding Filmmakers Are Missing Sales, marketing, shooting, editing, social media… there are so many things to be thinking about when running your business. But, in today’s episode, John and Nick break down 1 Thing Most Wedding Filmmakers Are Missing. Want to know how we are CONSISTENTLY making more money per wedding, having couples pri…
 
This is actually the first of a two party episode that I was originally going to call "Trustbusters." This week, we cover the early events of Carl Laemmle's life, and see the feature film become the dominate form of cinematic presentation in the United States. Next week its the star system and the exodus to California, where the center of film prod…
 
It's so easy for us to get caught up in the day-to-day when filming weddings, and sometimes we can become numb to the reality of what's actually happening on a wedding day. On this week's episode of the How To Film Weddings podcast Nick interviews Ashley Akin to talk about what her own wedding day meant as a wedding photographer and what she learne…
 
We're back this week with another free workshop! This week we're talking about how to build packages that sell! We dive into our strategy for pricing, consults, and so much more.โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
This was a wonderful episode to produce, even if it was tricky. If you would like to learn all of the things that I didn't get too in this episode, like some of the wonderful names nickelodeon’s had, I really can't recommend At The Picture Show: Small-Town Audiences and the Creation of Movie Fan Culture by Kathryn Fuller enough. I wish their was an…
 
Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, Snapchat, YouTube... It can all get overwhelming. Join us for our next FREE Workshop, 'Social Media Sucks' where we are going to break down.. 1. Where we spend the most time on social media 2. Trends we are seeing that you should jump on now 3. How to schedule in social media with your current workflow 4. Ways we make m…
 
We're back with another free live workshop! We had tons of great feedback from our free live workshop that we posted last week so this week we're posting another one! This week is all about tips and tricks to help you shoot better on the wedding day. Also be sure to check out the Complete Wedding Videography Course, available now for a limited time…
 
Last week we hosted a live workshop all about growing your business and building a better story. We felt like this content was too good to not release it in podcast form, so here for your listening pleasure this week on the How To Film Weddings podcast is our full live workshop. Stay tuned this week for another live workshop!…
 
The reason my voice sounds just a little off is because I have been pretty sick for more than a week now. This is far and away the best I have sounded in a while though, so I went into the makeshift recoding booth and gave you my best! This week's show its all about the growth of cinemas's audiences and industry, and attempts by powerful people (mo…
 
We have a special treat for our listeners this week on How To Film Weddings, John and Nick roleplay and consult call while John critiques Nick's technique. Make sure you take notes on this episode, there's guaranteed to be something in this episode you can add to your own consult toolbox.โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
TikTok is not just for dances and teenagers anymore...in this episode, we chat with Ashley Bee and learn about how she has blown up on TikTok and how she has leveraged that to actually book more weddings!โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
It’s a big one again this week! We complete our second and Gil episode focused on filmmaker Edwin S. Porter, and discuss how his movies relate to film history. This includes technical innovations, genre development and early examples of voyeurism in film. There are several movie clips used in the show, but one of them is unusual for this program. I…
 
If you had a song to represent your brand what would it be? This week we're super excited to have Felicia and Maddy of iHeart Creative on the podcast sharing their unique perspective on creating an authentic brand, confetti, and how to win The Price is Right. All this week on the How To Film Weddings Podcast.…
 
David is back again dropping absolute knowledge bombs about how to create a manageable workflow for your business and how to create a profitable buisness as a filmmaker. We love having David on the show, and we end up changing our businesses for the better every time we talk to him. Want 10% off of his new course? Check it out at: howtofilmweddings…
 
Edwin S. Porter and some of his early films and achievements are highlighted here, as well as some achievements that he did not... well, achieve. There are a couple of references that didn't fit into the flow of the show that I would like to put here: All of the definitions I used in todays episode were taken directly from the third edition of Film…
 
This week on the How To Film Weddings podcast we chat with Chris Mai about how he involves emotion in the entire process of his film, from the consult to the end. We also dig into his minimalist gear set up for wedding days that allows him to be more present with his couples.โดย John Bunn, Nick Miller
 
Check out Sam's free proposal guide here: https://www.howtofilmweddings.com/blueprint He's back! We couldn't get enough of Sam's fantastic marketing advice a few episodes ago so we had him on a live episode to answer your questions! Get that notepad back out for this episode of the How To Film Weddings podcast. This episode was recorded live in our…
 
It's the second part of episode 11, in which we cover Alice Guy's movies. Movies, after all, are just as much a part of film history as the people who made them (more actually). In this episode, we discuss: Faust et Méphistophélès (1903) A Story Well Spun (1906) The Drunken Mattress (1907) A Sticky Woman (1906) Madame’s Cravings (1906) The Conseque…
 
Max Sadik returns and he's back with more mind-blowing marketing knowledge to help you book more weddings. Every time we have Max on the podcast we change our businesses for the better. Buckle up, maybe put on a helmet or something, but definitely grab a notepad because you're going to want to write some of this down!…
 
Prepare to have your mind blown with this episode of the How To Film Weddings podcast. This week we sit down with Sam Jacobson, if you haven't already run across Sam's incredible lessons and conversations happening over on clubhouse you are missing out! Sam walks us through a detailed analysis of the sales cycle and the psychology behind what makes…
 
A longer episode this week, and we aren't even done yet! In this exiting episode, we cover the early career of Leon Gaumont and his first star director Alice Guy, the first female filmmaker. It was worth the wait, and I will see you next week! -Jakeโดย History of Film
 
After seeing some of Madeleine's work pop up in our feeds over the last year or so, we finally got a chance to meet her at last years Venture workshop where she was winning awards left and right for her fantastic work. We wanted to have her on the podcast to share her story, her outlook on how emotional intelligence factors in to wedding filmmaking…
 
We're all at the point in the year where our inquiry levels have started to spike. In this episode of the How To Film Weddings Podcast we want to break down the inquiry process from to start to finish to make sure you have everything optimized to capitalize on every lead coming into your business. From websites to getting the client on the phone we…
 
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