A dialogue about what it means to be an artist, find relativity and relevance across cultures through three layers of consciousness - with individuals from the world of art, film, television, music, and fashion.
featuring BRYCE FORTNER
We have Bryce Fortner with us for the third episode. Some of Bryce's credits include marvels like Ingrid Goes West, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Flaked, and Stargirl. His cinematographic work expands across television, independent filmmaking, and studio productions and still, our dialogue remains about the nature of life and how an artist interacts with it each time. Today, we are sharing one of the dialogues with you in a very intimate way, since Bryce's work is nothing short of intimacy in film. So, let's get to it.
Episode Cover was created from a photograph taken by Dale Robinette.
featuring DIONNA MCMILLIAN
We begin our show with supremely talented filmmaker and editor, Dionna McMillian. In this episode, we talk about the basics of editing and how editing influences the overall tone of a scene and a film holistically. We also dive into what Dionna's process is like as a filmmaker and what her influences are and what she does to keep herself grounded when the ideas of creation take over her psyche. We don't tiptoe around anything, so before you get distracted, let's get to it.
featuring ANDREW DONOHO
For our second episode, we are in conversation with the enigmatic Andrew Donoho. He's directed films for musicians like 6LACK, Khalid, Janelle Monáe, Marshmello, Wrabel, Jai Wolf and Twenty One Pilots. His forte is his incredible awareness towards his subconscious mind and the visions that arise in it then he channelizes these visions into his work. Here we are exploring an artist's subconsciousness and how he creates from it, so let's get to it.