Robert Angelo is an Emmy Award winner and founder of Jay Leno's Garage. He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about his life behind the lens, his own personal taste in cars and making automotive movies for his YouTube series Roads and Rides.
154: Robert Angelo, Emmy Award Winning Producer for Jay Leno's Garage
Cars Yeah with Mark Greene
Rob Angelo is spearheading content creation for a variety of different brands through his new media production company and YouTube channel, Roads & Rides. In addition to creating branded automotive content for high profile clients, Rob is also collaborating with numerous partners on various other projects. In 2014, he held a variety of positions ranging from Director, Assistant Director, Cinematographer and Producer on multiple automotive based TV commercials and shows. While at NBC Digital he worked on award winning interactive experiences for The Voice, Jimmy Fallon, and Saturday Night Live. Rob has also created and produced segments for Jay Leno’s Garage where he received an Emmy Award.
Episode 27: Prometheus (guest Robert Angelo Masciantonio)
Timeline:0:00 - Pearl Jam - Light Years0:30 - Intro1:24 - What Chris watched (Cool Hand Luke, Alien³, Aliens, VEEP)7:55 - What Kat watched (Community, Battlestar Galactica, South Park)12:23 - What Matt watched (Moonrise Kingdom, Melancholia, Duck Soup, Manhattan, TRON)21:24 - SPOILER FREE "Prometheus" discussion32:13 - The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home32:43 - FULL SPOILER "Prometheus" discussion52:03 - Outro53:07 - Elton John - Rocket ManTo subscribe to Celluloid Freaks via iTunes, click here.To download this single episode directly, click here.Links:Prometheus (preorder)Cool Hand LukeAlien³AliensCommunityBattlestar GalacticaSouth ParkMelancholiaDuck SoupManhattanTRONPearl Jam - BinauralThe Rolling Stones - Their Satanic Majesties RequestElton John - Honky ChâteauTesla - Mechanical Resonance
Robert Angelo Masciantonio is a director and screenwriter based in the Philadelphia area. His newest feature - the horror film Neighbor (2009) - is making a very successful tour of the film festival circuit. The sold-out premiere was held at Fantasia in Montreal. Festival co-director Mitch Davis wrote, "Nearly the entire second half is an astonishing Grand Guignol series of extreme sequences that seriously push the envelope - character-driven, mind you, and nothing like the so-called wave, this is smart, freaky stuff."