Ariel Marx is an award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist for film, television, and multimedia. Most recently, Ariel completed the score for two projects that will premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Jennifer Fox’s The Tale starring Laura Dern, Jason Ritter, and Common and Hair Wolf a short film that takes places in gentrifying Brooklyn. Outside of film, Ariel has assisted composer Marcelo Zarvos on Showtime’s The Affair and Amazon’s Z: The Beginning of Everything.
Super excited to announce that The Walking Dead actor Jeremy Palko will be joining me on the show next week to discuss all things Walking Dead as well as his career, how he got his start, and his upcoming projects. Jeremy has played numerous parts in such television shows as The Vampire Diaries, Burn Notice, The Middle, and Sleepy Hollow. Most recently, Jeremy can be found on the Emmy Nominated show Bloodline, as Nicholas Widmark and Andy on AMC's The Walking Dead.
We have a new guest announcement for the Film Revered Podcast next week. We will be joined by Anne Nikitin. Anne is an award-winning composer for film and television. Anne recently completed the score for American Animals, starring Emmy-winner Ann Dowd and premiering at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Anne also scored Bart Layton’s BAFTA winner The Imposter, the Sundance Audience Award winner Dark Horse, and the Netflix true crime series Captive. Outside of television and film, Anne worked with the London Contemporary Orchestra on the score for the Damien Hirst film Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable. Her upcoming project Calibre, starring Jack Lowden and Martin McCann, will be released in 2018.
It's that time of the week where we get to announce our guest for next week's episode of the Film Revered Podcast. Joining us on the show will be Visual Effects Artist, Dennis Davis. Davis is a veteran in the film industry having worked in visual effects for over twenty years. He is most known for his work on Titanic, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, I, Robot, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and more recently Oz the Great and Powerful. Davis is also a teacher with a focus on digital compositing.
Next week’s Film Revered Podcast guest will be the always amazing Anne Scottlin. She is an Actress, Author, Producer and Medieval Historian. Scottlin recently finished shooting in France as lead actress in the international feature "Silent Cry" and won Best of Bernal Festival Award with the cast of the film "Recipe for Love." She has traveled extensively and volunteers with Amnesty International with a special emphasis on international women's issues.
Super excited to announce that next week's Film Revered Podcast guest will be Tiffany Nichole Vochatzer. Vochatzer is an immensely hard working and gifted visual effects artist. Her first job in the industry had her move across country from Florida to California for a two week contract. Since taking her first job one year ago Vochatzer has worked on seventeen television shows and nine feature films. Her most notable work includes Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Thor: Ragnarok (2017), and Get Out (2017).
The premiere episode of the Film Revered Podcast is just around the corner. With that being said we are happy to announce our very first guest will be Elizabeth Harding. Harding is a talented director, cinematographer, and producer. She has been involved in fourteen short films. Harding is currently in production on her new talk show, The Martini Shot Show (TMS). TMS will shine a spotlight on indie film while also having surprise guests. Lastly Harding has a blog in which she helps teach industry new comers valuable production techniques.