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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Peter Broderick. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Peter Broderick, often where they are interviewed.

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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Peter Broderick. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Peter Broderick, often where they are interviewed.

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Peter Broderick On Doc Distribution Pt 2- To Sundance or Not to Sundance

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Peter Broderick, one of the world’s leading experts on documentary distribution, continues his discussion with OWC Host, Cirina Catania. In this episode, he focuses on FESTIVALS. He explains how, when, where and why you might want to submit to festivals (or not), and gives us a primer on the new hybrid systems, including virtual screenings.

Peter Broderick, distribution strategist

Peter Broderick consults with independent filmmakers and companies needing to hone their strategies. He helps design and implement customized strategies to maximize revenues, audience, and impact. Read his articles and subscribe to his Distribution Bulletin at www.peterbroderick.com.

Visit Supercharge Your Distribution for more information on his highly-rated workshops with his partner Keith Ochwat.

For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to MacSales.com or OWCDigital.com, where you’ll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time.

For more about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com.

If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and tell all your friends about us! We love our listeners. And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

Nov 09 2020 · 39mins
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Peter Broderick’s Crash Course in Doc Distribution

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Peter Broderick, formerly with Paradigm, is one of the world’s leading distribution strategists, specializing in the documentary genre. He talks in unprecedented detail with OWC RADiO host, Cirina Catania, and answers many of our questions about how to monetize our amazing films!

Peter and his partner, Keith Ochwat, design and implement customized strategies to maximize revenues, define audiences, increase impact, and put films on the path to profitability.

If you want to know more about distribution for your projects, this interview has many of the answers.

Welcome to the New World of Distribution!

Read Peter’s articles and describe to his distribution bulletin at www.peterbroderick.com. You can also get more information and register for the classes that he conducts with Keith, at https://www.superchargeyourdistribution.com

For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to MacSales.com or OWCDigital.com, where you’ll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time.

For more background about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com.

If you enjoy our podcast, please like our show, review it, and subscribe We wold love it if you would tell all your friends about us!

And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

Nov 02 2020 · 50mins

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Goodfellas, Elena Ferrante, Simon Cullen, Peter Broderick

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Jenn Gannon retrospective on Goodfellas at 30, Dr Enrica Fererra reviews The Lying Life of Adults, by Italian author Elena Ferrante, Simon Cullen & music from Holding Patterns at the Fringe Festival & American singer songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick with music from his album, Blackberry.
Sep 10 2020 · 49mins
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Make Me an Islander #4 with Peter Broderick

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For the final transmission from his isolation pod on Mountjoy Square, Dónal is joined by prodigious musical artist Peter Broderick.

They talk Arthur Russell, Laurie Anderson, Arvo Pärt and more, between snippets from his own glittering back catalogue...

Transmissions will continue on in some form - keep an eye out here as we emerge from isolation, send a mail to donal@makemeanisland.ie or check out the Patreon link here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32902440

Your support is truly appreciated!! x

May 16 2020 · 1hr 45mins

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Peter Broderick - Musicians On Music : mushrooms, foraging, and working with everyone (#80)

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Peter Broderick is a prolific, genre-defying American musician, composer, and producer. He is known internationally for a diverse range of solo projects, collaborations, and compositions for cinema and dance. A gifted multi-instrumentalist who is equally versed in a wide range of styles, Broderick's extensive discography -- on a range of labels including Bella Union, Erased Tapes, Staalplaat, and Beacon Sound -- is appended by a massive list of credits that reads like a who's who of 21st century independent, classical, and experimental music.

Growing up in a musical household in Portland, Oregon, Broderick learned to play several instruments. After graduating high school, he became a session musician, contributing violin, banjo, musical saw, mandolin, and other instruments to recordings by M. Ward, Zooey Deschanel, Dolorean, and Norfolk & Western, among others. His self-released debut EP, 4 Track Songs, appeared in 2006. Via his MySpace page, he befriended Danish band Efterklang, and in mid-2007 he moved to Copenhagen to work with the group. That same year, Docile, his first album of solo piano pieces, was issued by Kning Disk. Float (Erased Tapes) and Hope (Bella Union) followed in 2008. While in Europe, Broderick met and worked with a wide variety of composers, singers, and songwriters including Nils Frahm, Greg Haines, Laura Gibson, Yann Tiersen, Olafur Arnalds, and Lubomyr Melnyk.

Broderick was by this time an in-demand session player, engineer, and producer, but kept up a steady stream of his own work on EPs, singles, and film scores, and he accepted composition commissions for dance and the theater. Broderick provided half of many split recordings, including 2009's Blank Grey Canvas Sky with Machinefabriek, 2010's Apple Bobbing At ___ with Penelope Joy, and 2011's Glimmer with Takumi Uesaka. In 2010, Bella Union released his full-length How They Are. From 2010, Broderick's level of activity was matched only by the number of requests for his time from other artists. He contributed to 19 recordings in 2010, 12 in 2011 (including Oliveray's Wonders, one of his projects with Frahm), and ten more in 2012. He and Frahm also completed and released the first album of a three-year undertaking entitled http://www.itstartshear.com. (Interestingly, the artist withdrew from having any kind of social media account.) Broderick also issued the EP Two Songs for Banjo and Voice and the single "I Will Play This Song Once Again" b/w "These Walls of Mine" that year.

Broderick was equally prolific in 2013. Among the ten recordings he contributed to were Mark Kozelek and Jimmy Lavalle's Perils from the Sea, Melnyk's Corollaries, and Nadja's Flipper. He also issued the Broderick & Broderick EP and the full-length Float: 2013 Addendum, and he scored director Rodney Evans' award-winning film The Happy Sad. The following year saw the artist move back to Portland for a time and play on recordings by Portland Cello Project, Aidan Baker, Sharon Van Etten, and Sean Flinn & the Royal We. Erased Tapes issued the Broderick and Haines split dub offering Greg Gives Peter Space, The Album Leaf (Featuring Peter Broderick) was self-released, and the eponymous Peter Broderick + Gabriel Saloman was issued by Beacon Sound.

While Broderick played on over a dozen records by other artists in 2015, his own recording and touring activities were equally intense. He collaborated with French artist Félicia Atkinson as La Nuit to release Desert Television and issued the EPs X Luzern and COTN RMXD and the acclaimed full-length Colours of the Night. In 2016, Broderick cut the stripped-down piano-and-voice album Partners with Tucker Martine. (Inspired by John Cage's writings, it featured a reading of the composer's "In a Landscape.") He also produced Brigid Mae Power's acclaimed self-titled Tompkins Square debut album. The pair were married shortly thereafter and moved to Ireland. Broderick continued his productive work rate into 2017 with the release of All Together Again, which collected his commissioned works from the previous decade. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi

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Nov 19 2019 · 1hr 17mins
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BONUS EPISODE: Hybrid Distribution & Selling Your Indie Film with Peter Broderick

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What is "Hybrid Distribution?" Hybrid distribution is the state-of-the-art model more and more filmmakers are using to succeed. It enables them to have unprecedented access to audiences, to maintain overall control of their distribution, and to receive a significantly larger share of revenues.

Today on the show we have a legend in the ultra-low-budget​ indie film world, Peter Broderick. He coined the term Hybrid Distribution in his seminal article Declaration of Independence: The Ten Principles of Hybrid Distribution. Peter also wrote a​ very informative article detailing ways filmmakers can deal with the Distribber debacle and protect themselves if a distributor goes bankrupt.

Peter Broderick is President of Paradigm Consulting, which helps filmmakers and media companies develop strategies to maximize distribution, audience, and revenues.

In addition to advising on sales and marketing, Paradigm Consulting specializes in state-of-the-art distribution techniques—including innovative theatrical service deals, hybrid video strategies (mixing retail and direct sales online), and new approaches to global distribution.

Enjoy my eye-opening conversation with Peter Broderick.
Oct 25 2019 · 1hr 43mins
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IFH 358: Hybrid Distribution & Selling Your Indie Film with Peter Broderick

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What is "Hybrid Distribution?"

Hybrid distribution is the state-of-the-art model more and more filmmakers are using to succeed. It enables them to have unprecedented access to audiences, to maintain overall control of their distribution, and to receive a significantly larger share of revenues.

Today on the show we have a legend in the ultra-low budget indie film world, Peter Broderick. He coined the term Hybrid Distribution in his seminal article Declaration of Independence: The Ten Principles of Hybrid Distribution. Peter also wrote a​ very informative article detailing ways filmmakers can deal with the Distribber debacle and protect themselves if a distributor goes bankrupt.

Peter Broderick is President of Paradigm Consulting, which helps filmmakers and media companies develop strategies to maximize distribution, audience, and revenues.

In addition to advising on sales and marketing, Paradigm Consulting specializes in state-of-the-art distribution techniques—including innovative theatrical service deals, hybrid video strategies (mixing retail and direct sales online), and new approaches to global distribution.

Enjoy my eye-opening conversation with Peter Broderick.
Oct 25 2019 · 1hr 43mins
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Big Screen Symposium 2017: Distribution Masterclass with Peter Broderick

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Leading distribution strategist Peter Broderick gives an up-to-the-minute overview of the lay of the land, the opportunities, and the perils of distribution. This session is designed to empower filmmakers to design the best roadmaps for their projects.

In this masterclass Peter reviews possible destinations, and explains the importance of starting with clearly defined goals. He demonstrates how traditional routes often turn into dead ends including wide theatrical distribution; highlights promising new paths such as semi-theatrical campaigns; and addresses how essential windows are in marking the legs of the journey. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can reach your potential audience in today’s world.

Presented by Loading Docs

Peter's session took place on Sunday October 1st, 11:10am at the Big Screen Symposium 2017 in Auckland, NZ.

The Big Screen Symposium is New Zealand's annual premiere film event, proudly brought to you by Script to Screen and J&A Productions.

Aug 15 2018 · 57mins
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37 – The (Sometimes) Overlooked Importance of Film Score to Your Doc + Conversation with Film Music Composer, Peter Broderick

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I would like to talk to you about Peter Broderick. No, not that Peter Broderick, the independent film distribution guru. But another Peter Broderick. Who makes music. Really really amazing music. The kind that when you first listen to it, you think, ‘wow, this would be perfect as film music’. And you wouldn’t be the only one who has had that thought.

For a number of years now, Broderick has been crafting music – that is virtually impossible to place a genre label to – that has been used for a number of commercials, short films, dance performances, and feature films, just to name a few of the landing spots for his compositions.

I had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Peter to record this shared conversation. Among other things, we discussed why music is often an overlooked component to a film, how to best approach someone to make music for your own project, and what defines the working relationship between the film director and the film music composer. Interspersed throughout the programme, you will also be able to listen to some of the brilliant music that he composed for the feature documentary, Confluence, which happens to also be one of my favourite soundtracks to have come out in a long time.

In the first segment, we will revisit an earlier episode of TDL, episode #4, which rather appropriately, dealt with this very topic… Score For Your Doc.

Related Resources

° Visit the FreeMusicArchive to discover a treasure trove of unlicensed music for your film.

° Also, if you’re a Moby fan, check out MobyGratis and see if perhaps something from his expansive catalogue might fit one of your not-for-profit projects!

° Peter Broderick’s incredible Music for Confluence recordings – which we heard throughout episode #37 – can be purchased here.

° Watch the trailer for the documentary film, Confluence, one of the films that Peter has composed music for:

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Aug 25 2017 · 46mins
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124: Lessons Learned From The New World of Film Distribution With Peter Broderick

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In this episode, I'm joined by indie film distribution expert, Peter Broderick, as we explore the lessons learned from the New World of Film Distribution.
Dec 28 2016 · 45mins
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