Podcasts We Can't Wait For You To Hear


So we asked our community to tell us what their favorite podcasts were for the TV & Film Industry.  And we had an amazing response. Some self-promoted (we are an industry of doers, so of course some of you have your own good stuff) and some pointed us towards some amazing gems. We wanted to highlight our favorites to you, and give you some of the strongest episodes out of the gate. Get reading and listening, our final list is below!

​Early Call Time

Film Industry - Call Time is 7 AM

iTunes description: Early Call Time features Andrew, JJ, and Nadav discussing the many careers in the entertainment industry. Guests include actors, writers, editors, directors, camera assistants, and anyone who has an epic story to tell about their career in the business. Early Call Time hopes to inspire filmmakers crazy enough to make the big move to Los Angeles, as well as the crazy ones that have already arrived.

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Director - Rosemary Rodriguez
Showrunner - Nick Santora PT 1
Foley Artist - Gregg Barbanell​


Super Hungry


iTunes description: Created and hosted by Virginia Anzengruber, Super Hungry the Podcast features hilarious, intimate conversations with real, working artists you should know about. They’re hustling hard, making it work, and still super hungry for their art.

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Filmmaking Stuff


iTunes description: Podcast for filmmakers and modern movie makers seeking new ways to write, produce, market and sell independent movies.

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Extra Shot


iTunes description: Paul Ream and Steve Adams are 2 cameramen working in the UK. Listen in as they chat about their kit, their work and the rest of the universe!

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Phillip Lane, Sales Director from UK equipment supplier Top Teks, talks to us about their top selling kit, how the Sony FS7 is having an impact in the industry and the take up of the 4K upgrade to the Sony F5. Top news cameraman Paul Martin, the brains behind the fantastic UK Cameraman Blog, visits the shedit suite to talk about his 18 years recording some amazing stories and what impact it can have on those shooting the news.



iTunes description: Weekly film podcast/WBEZ radio show from Chicago featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews. Hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen.

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‘Funny looking’ is a perfectly good way to describe, say, Steve Buscemi in FARGO – or countless other memorable characters that make up the Coen Bros. universe. With their latest, HAIL, CAESAR!, Josh and Adam consider the whole funny looking bunch and force themselves to pick their Top 5 Coen Bros. Characters. Plus, a review of HAIL, CAESAR!, Massacre Theatre and more!

​Don’t tell their wives, but after taping this show, Josh and Adam split a bottle of Jack Daniels and got ink for all of the picks that made this week’s Top 5: Movie Tattoos (That We’d Get). Plus, Larsen Recommends THE DOUBLE starring Jesse Eisenberg and critic David Ehrlich phones in to rave about GODZILLA.

Chock full of van-perbole, indecipherable rants, and a lot of Adam crying, the lads count down their Top 20 Films of the Decade.



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