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On Location with Jared Cowan

Jared Cowan

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Join us on-site at some of the greatest locations seen in movies as we talk to the filmmakers and cast members who were there when it all happened. You can also find us on Apple Podcasts. Jared is a photographer and film journalist who has written extensively on the subject of filming locations for various Los Angeles publications. His first article was about the San Fernando Valley filming locations of "The Karate Kid." Jared also leads filming location tours of the San Fernando Valley, Pas ...
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In our first episode outside of Los Angeles, we head to Philly to meet up with location manager Andrew Ullman at Ontario St. Comics. Andrew reflects on discovering his love cinema while growing up in the City of Brotherly Love, becoming the first agent to one of today's foremost comedic actors, finding artistic gratification as a location professio…
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Location Manager Kelly Stuart joins us at Majers Coin Laundry, the San Fernando, CA laundromat featured as the home and business of the Wang family in the Best Picture-winning film "Everything Everyhwere All at Once." In what is arguably our most candid conversation to-date, Kelly talks about meeting with the film's creators, the challenges of find…
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Over a 35 year career, location manager Michael Burmeister worked on some of the most explosive action films in contemporary cinema including "True Lies," "Twister," "Pearl Harbor" and "Transformers." But he broke into the feature film world working locations for two of the most highly celebrated sequels ever made, "Back to the Future Part II" and …
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When Christopher Nolan's feature debut "Memento" hit screens, it shattered all structural conventions of narrative filmmaking. We meet up with the film's location manager, Russ Fega, in Altadena, CA, at the home of the film's muddled and forgetful accountant, Sammy Jankis. Russ lives across the street from the Jankis house and has invited the homeo…
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Director and co-writer of "Tales From the Hood," Rusty Cundieff, meets us in Angelino Heights, outside the turn-of-the-century Victorian used as the exterior of the Simms Funeral Home in the 1995 horror film anthology. Rusty talks the inspiration behind the settings in "Tales From the Hood," filming an explosive zombie scene in downtown L.A., his a…
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We meet up with veteran location manager, scout and current Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) board member Ken Haber in the neighborhood from George Clooney's 1950s-set crime drama, "Suburbicon" (2017). Ken talks the challenges of finding a period-accurate, '50s housing development in contemporary L.A., becoming Ridley Scott's go-to loca…
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Eddie Murphy's 2007 film "Norbit" was a critical disaster but a gargantuan success at the box office. We sit down with the film's assistant location manager, David Lyons, at the Great Wall Chinese restaurant in Reseda, CA, the interior location for the film's Golden Wonton Restaurant and Orphanage. David discusses the ins and outs of shooting an Ed…
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We're back for our first episode "On Location" since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. We meet up with "Punch-Drunk Love" location manager Larry Ring at Eckhart Auto Body, the site of Adam Sandler's workplace in the 2002 offbeat romantic comedy by San Fernando Valley native, Paul Thomas Anderson. Also joining us is the owner of Eckhart Auto Body,…
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On this episode of On Location with Jared Cowan, location managers from L.A., New York City, Florida, Michigan, and Athens, Greece, give us the inside stories on filming locations from "True Lies," "Arachnophobia," "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Jason Bourne" and much more.โดย Jared Cowan
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We meet up with Location Manager, John Panazarella, and Key Assistant Location Manager, Leslie Thorson, at the Lovell Health House from Curtis Hanson's 1997 noir masterpiece, and arguably the greatest Los Angeles film ever made, "L.A. Confidential." We're also joined by Ken Topper, whose family owns the world-renowned home, and Josh Gorrell, tour g…
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Location manager Rob Gibson returns to Vincenzo's Pizza, the setting of Nino's Pizzeria from Nicolas Winding Refn's gritty L.A. fable, "Drive." Gibson breaks down the challenges and successes of assembling locations for a foreign filmmaker with an unfiltered perspective of Los Angeles, whose previous knowledge of the city was acquired through the i…
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To celebrate the 30th anniversary of "The Karate Kid Part III," released on June 30, 1989, we meet up with the film's veteran location manager, Richard Davis Jr., at the former site of Mr. Miyagi's Little Trees. Richard discusses memorable experiences working on the original film, coming back for the third installment in the franchise, collaboratin…
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Our first episode about a brand new film focuses on the locations from Karyn Kusama's L.A. detective drama, DESTROYER. Location Manager Robert Foulkes joins us along the banks of the L.A. River at one of the film's main locales, the Bowtie Project. We discuss depicting L.A. in a way it's never been seen, working with Karyn Kusama, the misconception…
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Production Designer David L. Snyder revisits Bill & Ted University for the first time since working on "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" (1991). We talk about how the futuristic Tillman Water Reclamation Plant became the setting for a 27th century location, how working on "Blade Runner" turned into a double-edged sword, using Vasquez Rocks as an homage …
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"It's a beaut, Clark, it's a beaut!" In a very special holiday episode of "On Location", "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" director Jeremiah Chechik returns to the Griswolds' house for the first time in almost 30 years. We talk about filming the beloved holiday classic at the Warner Bros. Ranch and what it took to create the look of an authen…
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In this excellent episode "Wayne's World" director Penelope Spheeris returns to Cassell's Music, the filming location of the Aurora, IL music store where Wayne (Mike Myers) is denied permission to play "Stairway to Heaven" and Garth (Dana Carvey) gets his moment in the spotlight during an epic drum solo. We talk with Penelope about the common theme…
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Academy Award-winners, Production Designer David Wasco and Set Decorator Sandy Reynolds-Wasco (2016 "La La Land") and Location Manager Billy Fox reunite 25 years later at the "Reservoir Dogs" coffee shop where Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarantino) explains the meaning of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" and Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi) philosophizes about tipping wai…
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Writer/Director Savage Steve Holland meets up with us at the North Hollywood location of Pig Burgers, the fast food restaurant where love-stricken high school student Lane Meyer (John Cusack) works in Holland's 1985 fan favorite, "Better Off Dead... ." The super cool filmmaker discusses the excitement of shooting his first feature film entirely on …
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Squad members André Gower, Ashley Bank, and Ryan Lambert sit down with us at the historic Warner Bros. town square set where they triumphantly defeated the forces of evil in the 1987 film. We talk about shooting the film on the backlot and all over Los Angeles as well as topics ranging from Pee-wee Herman and Paul Newman to "Gilmore Girls" and Clev…
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