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Episode 350: James Cameron On The Music Of Avatar

Soundtracking with Edith Bowman

It's our 350th birthday, and what a way to celebrate it - with another bonus episode in the company of the legend that is James Cameron. James was on sparkling form as he joined Edith to discuss the music of Avatar: The Way Of Water and the 25th anniversary re-release of Titanic. There's also a bit of a news line in here too, regarding plans for the subsequent films ...

41mins

27 Jan 2023

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Editors on Editing w/ “Avatar: The Way of Water” Editors James Cameron, John Refoua and Stephen E. Rivkin

Art of the Frame

On this weeks episode of Editors on Editing, Glenn is joined by James Cameron, Stephen Rivkin and John Rufoua. James’ credits as director, writer, producer and editor are legendary and include Titanic for which he was nominated for the BAFTA and won the Eddie and the Oscar. Along with Stephen and John for their work on the original Avatar movie, James won the Eddie, the BAFTA and the Oscar. Stephen’s credits include My Cousin Vinny, The Hurricane, Ali, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl for which he won the Eddie and, the two Pirate sequels, Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. John's credits include Reno 911, CSI Miami, Olympus has Fallen, The Equalizer, South Paw, The Magnificent Seven and Transformers: The Last Knight. Now they have collaborated to bring us one of the most mind-blowing epics of the year: Avatar: The Way of Water. Thanks again to ACE for partnering with us on this podcast, check out their website for more. Want to see more interviews from Glenn? Check out "Editors on Editing" here. The Art of the Frame podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Anchor and many more platforms. If you like the podcast, make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes and, please leave a review so more people can find our show!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthecut/support

1hr 8mins

19 Jan 2023

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People are mad at Director James Cameron for attending a dolphin show at an Avatar 2 Premieres in Japan

How To Protect The Ocean

James Cameron, the famous director, was promoting his new movie, Avatar: the way of the water, which has a huge marine conservation message when he came under fire for attending one of the promotional premieres in Japan. The promotion included a dolphin show at an aquarium which infuriated many environmentalists who wanted to hear Cameron's reason for attending the premiere with a captive dolphin show. We are going to talk about James Cameron's comments and how these events are harder to navigate than people think.   Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey   Join the audio program - Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career   Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc 

31mins

2 Jan 2023

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"James Cameron"

SmartLess

It’s raining Skittles this week, as the ultra-cool James Cameron shows us how to swim. We dive into the abyss of invented reality… a world of deep sea chicken, where Roombas order Chinese food, and you never need to bail out your dog. Come with us if you want to live - it’s SmartLess, baby.Please support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1hr 8mins

19 Dec 2022

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'Avatar: The Way Of Water' Director James Cameron

IndieWire's Filmmaker Toolkit

Join our discussion with visionary filmmaker James Cameron as he walks us through the cutting edge technology he and his team developed for this long awaited return to the world of Avatar. Learn how he once again pioneered new performance capture technology, allowing actors to perform underwater and giving them much more creative freedom than a live action filmmaking approach. Cameron unpacks how motion capture shapes the creative process at every step, impacting the writing and editing as much as what happens on set. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30mins

16 Dec 2022

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120. Avatar (2009) dir. James Cameron [feat. Sean Patrick O'Brien from SELTZERCAST!]

The Zillennial Canon

Oel ngati kameie! Sean joins us once again on a journey to Pandora! Follow us on Twitter @zillennialcanon and Instagram @thezillennialcanon for memes and updates. Adam: @adam_notsandler Kyra: @garlicemoji Leave us a movie memory at ‪(631) 319-0112‬ or at zillennialcanon@gmail.com. ---Check out some more friends of the canon at https://linktr.ee/zillennialcanon--- Thinking Music by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4522-thinking-music License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

1hr 32mins

30 Sep 2022

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IFH 619: Adventures in Producing James Cameron Films with Chris Debiec

Indie Film Hustle® - A Filmmaking Podcast with Alex Ferrari

Christopher Debiec is an award-winning writer/producer/executive with an impressive thirty-three-year track record in all aspects of the entertainment industry.Chris began his film and television career in Orlando, Florida working on a wide variety of commercials, music videos, television programs and feature films. Some of his credits include Sylvester Stallone’s Oscar and The Crow for Miramax. In 1995 Chris relocated to Los Angeles to work on the film The Devil’s Advocate, followed by Mad City for Warner Brothers, The Out of Towners for Paramount Studios, and the ground breaking “first of its kind” live-action animation Dinosaur for Walt Disney Studios.In November of 2000, Chris spent six months in war torn, poverty-stricken Cambodia, as the Production Supervisor on Matt Dillon’s directorial film debut City of Ghosts for MGM/UA.From 2000-2005, Chris was called on by Academy Award-winning writer/director/producer, James Cameron to supervise production for Earthship Productions. The company produced the two-hour LIVE broadcast event entitled Last Mysteries of Titanic, the groundbreaking documentary Expedition: Bismarck for The Discovery Channel, as well as the 3D/HD IMAX films Aliens of the Deep & Ghosts of the Abyss for Walt Disney Pictures. Earthship was nominated for six Emmys winning one for their production of Expedition: Bismarck.In 2010, Chris was recruited as Vice President of Production at Entertainment One Television (eOne). He spearheaded the alternative programming division for cable and network distributors such as Syfy, CW, WETV, BET, MTV, A&E, Discovery Channel, Oxygen and Fox Sports just to name a few. Chris was responsible for the successful development and execution of all pre-production, production, post production and delivery of all eOne projects.In 2017, Chris was contracted to create and Executive Produce a 2-hour documentary for NBC Sports and the United States Olympic Committee entitled - Scouting Camp: The Next Olympic Hopeful. With rave reviews and multiple award nominations, soon after Chris went back with the Cameron family - this time as Chief Content Officer for a start-up Tech/ 3-D Entertainment company called Human Health Organization owned by brothers John and James Cameron.In 2019, Chris was the Production Executive for Leyline/A24’s The Green Knight, a feature film which shot on location in Ireland for 5 months in 2019. Directed by David Lowery starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Egerton, Sean Harris, Kate Dickie and Ralph Enison.In 2020, the world turned upside down by the pandemic causing the Cameron family to pivot the Human Health Organization into a Covid-19 PPE and testing company. Chris, as COO, oversaw all testing and PPE protocols since May of 2020. HHO has tested over 1500 productions including A-list actors, Film and TV Studios and streaming companies.Currently, as CEO of newly formed Civilized Entertainment, Chris has built an award-winning studio focusing on the development and production of content directly related to Science, Technology, Environment, Art, Space, Expedition, Exploration, Medical and Historical Events.Enjoy my conversation with Chris Debiec.

1hr 40mins

27 Sep 2022

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AVATAR (2009) | James Cameron, Part IX

Cinema Shock

In this, our final episode of our James Cameron series, we're taking a look at his groundbreaking, record-busting 3D science fiction epic, AVATAR! In the years between TITANIC and AVATAR, Cameron helped to develop a new form of 3D technology, alongside new performance capture techniques that allowed him to create images that no filmmaker had been able to achieve before. And then, when AVATAR was released in 2009, it quickly became the highest grossing movie of all time, and remains so to this day. In this episode, we'll track the film's progression from its earliest inception (this story begins in the 1970s!) all the way through the film's release, and how its reputation has evolved in the years since. Next Episode: Cinema Shock Roulette #3 Theme Song: "There's Still a Little Bit of Time, If We Hurry and I Mean Hurry" by Slasher Film Festival Strategy. This episode was written, produced and edited by Gary Horne, Justin Bishop, and Todd A. Davis.

2hr 22mins

13 Sep 2022

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THE ABYSS (1989) | James Cameron, Part III

Cinema Shock

As he approached the late 1980s, James Cameron had two major hits under his belt, giving him free rein to get any dream project he wanted into production. He chose to explore ideas that he'd used in a short story that he'd written when he was only 16-years-old. The resulting film, THE ABYSS, became one of the most grueling film shoots of all time, fraught with technical and physical difficulties for everyone involved. In this episode, we'll trace the film's harrowing production from beginning to end, and discuss the final product and its enduring legacy. Theme Song: "There's Still a Little Bit of Time, If We Hurry and I Mean Hurry" by Slasher Film Festival Strategy. This episode was written, produced and edited by Gary Horne, Justin Bishop, and Todd A. Davis.

2hr 30mins

5 Jul 2022

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ALIENS (1986) | James Cameron, Part II

Cinema Shock

After the runaway — and somewhat unexpected — success of THE TERMINATOR, James Cameron had become the new golden boy in Hollywood, and he had his choice of projects for his follow-up. Going against the advice of so-called Hollywood veterans, Cameron decided to direct ALIENS from a script he'd been working on during a break in the pre-production period on THE TERMINATOR. Following up a film that, even after only seven years, was considered a bonafide classic was a big task, but Cameron as we know is never one to back down from a challenge... Theme Song: "There's Still a Little Bit of Time, If We Hurry and I Mean Hurry" by Slasher Film Festival Strategy. This episode was written, produced and edited by Gary Horne, Justin Bishop, and Todd A. Davis. Find more at cinemashock.net.

2hr 37mins

21 Jun 2022

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