Independent Filmmaker Kyle Couch talks with Terri about what he's thankful for this Thanksgiving
Terri Talks Movies
With 2020 being nothing like we've ever experienced before, Terri wanted to find out what independent filmmakers have to be thankful for this year. In this episode of Terri Talks Movies, Terri spoke with indie filmmaker Kyle Couch, and he told her that he has plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Couch also gives Terri the lowdown on how he and his team landed a sales agent and distribution deal for his very first feature film, "The Tent".--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/terri-lee8/support
SYS Podcast Episode 345: With Writer/Director Kyle Couch
The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast
Read 'SYS Podcast Episode 345: With Writer/Director Kyle Couch' at http://www.SellingYourScreenplay.com. This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Director Kyle Couch. He is the filmmaker of the Drama/Thriller The Tent (2020). They talk about that movie, his writing process and how he was able to get The Tent set up. Kyle Couch also talks about […]
Interview with Writer/Director, Kyle Couch, and Setting Up The Tent
Curious About Screenwriting Network
SYS Episode 345 This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with Writer/Director Kyle Couch. He is the filmmaker of the Drama/Thriller The Tent (2020). They talk about that movie, his writing process and how he was able to get The Tent set up. Kyle Couch also talks about making movies in Detroit.
Kyle Couch - Writer, Director (THE TENT - Film | Drama | Thriller, 2020)
Jamie Roxx's Pop Roxx Talk Radio Show
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Kyle Couch - Writer, Director (THE TENT - Film | Drama | Thriller, 2020) to the Show! Web: www.survivethetent.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/SurviveTheTentNow available On Demand, and coming soon to DVD The Tent is the latest film from award-winning filmmaker Kyle Couch.Winner of multiple awards, and featuring an applauded turn from actor Tim Kaiser, the end-of-days thriller fixes on an apocalyptic event that leaves a man isolated and alone on the edge of the wilderness. Soon enough, another survivor emerges who disrupts the fragile balance of power.avail from Gravitas Ventures.
Where The Scary Things Are Episode 57: THE TENT with Director Kyle Couch, Tim Kaiser and Robert Skates
Where The Scary Things Are
In this Episode we try and survive THE TENT with Director Kyle Couch, Cinematographer Robert Skates and Lead Actor Tim Kaiser. A truly great movie with amazing acting. Tim Kaiser gives a brilliant performance in this apocalyptic event that really hits you in the chest. Muse gives her Heart Breaking Movies in the SINISTER 6. HorrO rewrites THE PEOPLE UNDER THE STAIRS and Chris The Creature gets choked up with his review of THE TENT. Ken tells a unsolved mystery....Enjoy. Visit our website: www.wherethescarythingsare.com as well as promotehorror.comSupport the show (https://linktr.ee/WTSTA666)
BEHIND THE LENS #271: Featuring Ryan Brookhart and Kyle Couch
Behind The Lens
Take a listen now to some of the most insightful filmmaking conversations around thanks to director RYAN BROOKHART talking TWO WAYS TO GO WEST and writer/director KYLE COUCH talking THE TENT. Plus, hear what ALEX WINTER had to say about the much anticipated BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC during our recent exclusive interview! First up is director RYAN BROOKHART talking about his new film - TWO WAYS TO GO WEST. A drama that showcases some dynamic performances from James Liddell (who also wrote the film), Paul Gennaro, and Drew Kelley as three friends coming together for the wedding of one of them, only to discover - and come to terms with - who they are now as individuals and to each other. Listen as Ryan talks about the specificity and challenges of cinematography in creating an emotional connection with each character while establishing the ever-changing emotional landscape of their interpersonal relationships, location, lighting and use of mirrors, color, sound design and the absence thereof in key moments and the intent behind that silence, casting, working with James Liddell both as an actor and writer, metaphor metaphor metaphor, and so much more. At the midpoint of the show, writer/director KYLE COUCH joins us talking about his new powerhouse of a film, THE TENT. An "apocalyptic" setting with a very clever entre into the story and an even cleverer "reveal", this is a film that will speak to everyone on some level. Very well constructed from a cinematic standpoint and a film that uses metaphor so exquisitely and thoughtfully, this is another film that boasts excellent performances; here, from Tim Kaiser and Lulu Dahl. Listen as Kyle talks about the cinematography and sound design of THE TENT and the importance and synergy of each in creating this world in which our protagonists David and Mary now survive, the creation of the "the tent" itself and the masterful production design, marrying Mother Nature and the elements with footage shot within the confines of a controlled atmosphere, the perfect casting of Tim Kaiser and Lulu Dahl, the importance of the subject matter at the heart of THE TENT, score, and the spiritual and religious metaphor and walking that line so as never to become preachy but to have the elements within the film for those who may be familiar with them. Rounding out the show, you'll hear an excerpt from our exclusive conversation with ALEX WINTER in which he gives us the latest on BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. Regular listeners will recall that Alex previously appeared live on the show talking about his last documentary which he directed TRUST MACHINE: THE STORY OF BLOCKCHAIN, as well as giving us an update on the next Bill & Ted movie. At that time, Alex advised a script was completed that both he and Keanu Reeves were happy with and expected to be shooting sometime in 2019. We caught up with Alex again the other week for an exclusive interview talking about his newest documentary SHOWBIZ KIDS, but, as always, how can you speak with Alex and not ask about Bill S. Preston and Ted "Theodore" Logan; only this time, shooting is complete and release is imminent.http://behindthelensonline.net http://eliasentertainmentnetwork.com
Derek is joined by filmmaker Kyle Couch to discuss his small town roots, how that played into his love of storytelling, and becoming a filmmaker. Kyle also talks about why it’s a good thing for filmmakers to “wear many hats” during the process, what he loves about editing and writing, working on his first feature film “The Tent,” and advice for aspiring filmmakers.