This is a special episode because it is ALL about the movies of director, Robert Zemeckis. You know him for Back to The Future and Forrest Gump but there are so many more! On the mic with me is producer, Chris Godwin, who is a graduate of USC Film and just loves everything Zemeckis.Connect with Chris:Twitter LinkInstagram LinkAbout the Host:Luke is a director living in Los Angeles with his lovely wife Jessica.Podcast SiteLuke's Instagram
This is a special episode because it is ALL about the movies of director, Robert Zemeckis. You know him for Back to The Future and Forrest Gump but there are so many more! On the mic with me is producer, Chris Godwin, who is a graduate of USC Film and just loves everything Zemeckis. To kick off the episode we are going to do some trivia, and you can play along because its all True or False questions!Connect with Chris:Twitter LinkInstagram LinkAbout the Host:Luke is a director living in Los Angeles with his lovely wife Jessica.Podcast SiteLuke's Instagram
We give out our current events, playlists of the week, our movie show reccomended not reccomended, and our director this week, picked by John, is none other than, Robert Zemeckis. Enjoy--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Award-Winning Editor, Daysha Broadway, Discusses Growing Up in Compton and Robert Zemeckis
Post In Black
On this episode of #PostInBlack, Compton Native and Award-Winning Editor, Daysha Broadway, discusses how Robert Zemeckis and her fascination with the technical aspects of film lead her to editing. Visit anchor.fm/postinblack to support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. Special Guest: Daysha Broadway - @daybroadway (IG) Host: David Hunter Jr. Executive Producers: Daniel K Hunter, David Hunter Jr, Tatiana Johnson Producers: Eric Johnson, Aurelia Belfield Editor: PreShus Lee Assistant Editor: Andrea Vargas Moreno Production Coordinator: Tyler Mitchell Audio Post/Re-recording Mixer: Darian Erickson Theme Song: "Sanctuary" by Chvrles Produced by Made for More Entertainment in association with Trailblazer Studios and SutchiLee Productions Follow us on social media @PostInBlack and @MadeForMoreEnt #PostInBlack #BlackExcellence #BlackHollywood #BehindTheLens--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/postinblack/support
Episode 77 - Back to the Future - 1985 - Dir: Robert Zemeckis
Let Me Bend Your Ear Podcast
Great Scott !!!!! I discuss and review the classic 80’s time travel film. Twitter : @bendyourearpodInstagram : @bendyourearpodTwitch: bendyourearpod Facebook: facebook.com/LetMeBendYourEarYouTube: Let Me Bend Your Ear Podcastwebsite: www.LetMeBendYourEar.comemail: BendYourEarPodcast@gmail.com
Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese and Robert Zemeckis: The Magic of Film
What It Takes
A stunning assemblage of filmmakers who shaped cinema in the late 20th century: Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro and Robert Zemeckis. Their personal journeys are inspiring, unlikely, and at times - painful. They tell the stories here of how they fell in love with the movies as children, and how they single-mindedly pursued transforming that love into a career, often at the expense of their personal lives.
This week in our category podcast we decided to take a look at a single director. Zemeckis has a pretty diverse filmography that covers many different genres. We decided that we wouldn't choose a movie that we had previously discussed, so that essentially wiped out what would have probably been everyone's choice: the Back To The Future Series. We each chose different movies, all of which may come as a surprise.
In the last Halloween-themed episode (for now), Nick and Sophia pay tribute to Robert Zemeckis to highlight his latest HBO Max release, “The Witches,” starring Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, and Stanley Tucci. After an initial mini-retrospective and a return of Nom or Bomb (4:47), they partake in another movie trade discussion of “Death Becomes Her” (11:21) and “What Lies Beneath” (32:33), accompanied by a comparison of Nicolas Roeg’s original and Bob’s adaptation of “The Witches” (16:45).