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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Connolly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Connolly, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Connolly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Connolly, often where they are interviewed.

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IFH 400: Creating a Film Riot Durning COVID-19 with Ryan Connolly

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Well, we made it. #400! I couldn't have imagined that when I started this little podcast back in 2015 that we would ever get here. I say "we" because I couldn't have done it with the IFH Tribe's love and support over the years. I am humbled, grateful, and honored to have the privilege to serve you all. Thank you for everything guys.

As promised I wanted to make this episode special and today's guest will do just that. We have filmmaker and founder of the legendary Film Riot Ryan Connelly. Ryan launched Film Riot on Youtube back in 2006 and has been helping indie filmmakers create killer VFX for their films ever since.

Ryan has shot over 15 short films and has taken his followers on the journey of how he made them. I've been a big fan of Ryan's for a long time and just love what he has created with Film Riot. Hustle respects HUSTLE!

We discuss so much in this conversation. From creating Film Riot to when he'll make his first feature film to how our industry will survive the Coronavirus. I just loved having Ryan on the show.

Enjoy my EPIC conversation with Ryan Connelly.
Jul 31 2020 · 1hr 33mins
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Chasing The Frame Special 01: Ryan Connolly

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Chasing The Frame

Special 01 - Ryan Connolly

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Chasing The Frame is a podcast where John DiMarco interviews people in the film/tv community and industry and they speak about their story. John believes everyone's story is different and unique and it can bring a different voice to a community as a whole. Also we will discuss their local film/tv community and talk about the strengths and weakness of it as well as how has the growth been. It is really through the eyes of the person we can get a real answer about the community as a whole.

This week's episode John sits down with Ryan Connolly. If you don't know Ryan is an independent filmmaker, but you might know him more from his YouTube Channel "Film Riot". With over 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube, Film Riot "is a  how-to trip through filmmaking from the hyper-active minds of the Connolly Brothers. From how to make great effects to following us through production, Film Riot explores the art of filmmaking in a way you've never seen."  

So sit back put the earbuds/headphones in and take a journey with us through the life of this #framechaser

Host: John DiMarco - instagram @john_dimarco_dp

Guest: Ryan Connolly - twitter @ryan_connolly

             Film Riot - youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/filmriot/featured

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Apr 20 2020 · 2hr 31mins

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The Coronavirus Impact on Indie Filmmaking (with Ryan Connolly and Chris Fenwick) GCS214

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Go Creative Show explores the devastating effects of the COVID-19 Coronavirus on indie filmmakers, editors, and YouTube video creators.

In this episode, filmmaker and Film Riot creator Ryan Connolly and director and video editor Chris Fenwick discuss losing freelance work, creating YouTube content while social distancing, collaborating remotely, and more. Plus a workflow for remote recording.

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What you will learn in this episode
  • How COVID-19 has affected Ryan Connolly and Film Riot (02:50)
  • Film Riot's “Stay at Home” contest (07:36)
  • How COVID-19 affects YouTube sponsorship (09:42)
  • Losing freelance work due to COVID-19 (11:42)
  • Creating YouTube content while social distancing (13:02)
  • Software to help collaborate remotely (15:57)
  • COVID-19's effects on indie film production (19:26)
  • How filmmakers can utilize their free time (24:50)
  • Staying creative with existing footage (34:42)
  • Getting through COVID-19 as a filmmaker (44:00)
  • How COVID-19 has affected editor Chris Fenwick (52:32)
  • Remotely filming videos using Zoom (56:44)
  • And more!

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Mar 31 2020 · 1hr 15mins

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S2 E4 - Film Riot w/ Ryan Connolly

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This is episode 4 of season 2! I chat with Film Riot host and Triune Films director Ryan Connolly to talk about humble beginnings, making content about content, and a LOT of Jurassic Park. Ryan has some great wisdom about growth and learning by experience before anything else. Enjoy!

(NOTE: The audio is rough. Sorry. That’s on me. Lost the master recording in a bunch of reorganizing and had to use the Skype recording.)

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Film Riot on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/filmriot
Website: https://www.filmriot.com

This episode was recorded on June 25th, 2019.
Feb 27 2020 · 53mins
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EP52 | Directors from Parallel Universes(Guest Ryan Connolly)

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Director Ryan Connolly (Film Riot) and Director Mike Pecci (ILWP) are convinced they are the same person, just from parallel universes. They both are at similar points in their career, they both are influenced by the same films, they both host podcasts about film making and they both just completed similar horror pitch films centered around door knocking! We are convinced that if the two shook hands our universe would collapse!

Ryan Connolly is an American filmmaker, Internet personality, and presenter best known for his web show Film Riot. Check out his new film "There Comes a Knocking" at @ryan_connolly .

Mike Pecci is an American filmmaker, Internet personality, and host of the In Love with the Process Podcast. Visit his instagram @mikepecci for a chance to see his new film "Who's There?"

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Oct 29 2019 · 2hr 7mins
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10 Years of Film Riot (with Ryan Connolly) GCS191

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Film Riot is an inspiration to all filmmakers, and in this episode of Go Creative Show, we celebrate the 10 year anniversary of Film Riot, with Ryan Connolly.

Ryan and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss how Film Riot has changed over the years, plus a behind the scenes look at his latest short film “There Comes a Knocking” and why it's a first step towards a feature film.

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What you will learn in this episode
  • Why Ryan started Film Riot (04:37)
  • How losing financing for a short film became one of Ryan’s favorite experiences
  • Favorite and most humbling moments of Film Riot (09:58)
  • What Ryan would tell his past self when starting filmmaking (24:02)
  • Behind the scenes of Ryan’s latest short, There Comes a Knocking (29:10)
  • The value of having your work critiqued (41:48)
  • Camera and lens for There Comes a Knocking (45:49)
  • Pre-production for There Comes a Knocking (54:34)
  • Tips for more effective location scouts (01:02:53)
  • Using 360 cameras on location scouts (01:05:24)
  • Post-production for There Comes a Knocking (01:09:34)
  • And much more!

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Oct 29 2019 · 1hr 25mins
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FILM IS A RIOT (Season 3 Finale feat. Ryan Connolly of Film Riot)

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We wrap up this season with a conversation with one of our coolest guests to date, Ryan Connolly from Film Riot! In case you don’t know, Film Riot is a youtube channel (with over 1 million subscribers) for the indie filmmaker. Tutorials, sketches, reviews, you name it, it’s there. At the heart of Film Riot, Ryan has been growing as a filmmaker for over 10 years. And it freaking shows. He’s written and directed over 50 short films, and he’s just getting started. 

Follow him online: 

www.ryanconnollyfilm.com

www.triunefilms.com

www.filmriot.com

youtube.com/filmriot

Instagram/Twitter: @ryan_connolly, @filmriot, @triunefilms

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SHOW NOTES:

00:00- It’s the Season 3 Finale!

02:30- The weirdness of reaching an audience you never see. 

07:00- The beginnings of a film career. 

16:00- The birth of Film Riot.

21:00- You have to accept failure to succeed. 

28:00- Dealing with burning out. 

33:00- What’s with the tiny “I” in SENTiNEL, BALLiSTIC, and PROXiMITY?! 

35:45- When is Ryan’s first feature film coming? 

45:30- Hilarious moments from the history of Film Riot.

51:15- Getting the cops called.

56:30- Follow Ryan on the social medias! 

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May 21 2019 · 58mins
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Ep. 11 : How to Keep Making Films with Ryan Connolly

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As artists and creatives, we know that filmmaking can take a toll on your physical and emotional health sometimes. We've all had to do odd jobs to fund our latest short film or make content for commercial's sake. We know your struggle, so we have educational filmmaking legend Ryan Connolly from Film Riot to talk us about how he continues to make films 10 years and 1,000 videos later.

On this episode, we encourage you to ask these big questions before you begin, or end, your filmmaking career.  

Apr 17 2019 · 1hr 11mins
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Ep. 11 : How to Keep Making Films with Ryan Connolly

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As artists and creatives, we know that filmmaking can take a toll on your physical and emotional health sometimes. We've all had to do odd jobs to fund our latest short film or make content for commercial's sake. We know your struggle, so we have educational filmmaking legend Ryan Connolly from Film Riot to talk us about how he continues to make films 10 years and 1,000 videos later.

On this episode, we encourage you to ask these big questions before you begin, or end, your filmmaking career.  

Apr 17 2019 · 1hr 11mins
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NAB 2019 – Filmmaker, Ryan Connolly

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Join host Cirina Catania as she interviews Filmmaker, Ryan Connolly as they discuss NAB, his Film Riot web show, when he realized he was creative, Filmmaking, the kind of films he makes, lessons from low resource short films and high resource productions, to always go above and beyond with full passion, and give 110% into each and every project.
Apr 11 2019 · 21mins
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