Today we introduce an official new segment on Radio Film School…”RAW”: Radio Film School interviews uncut, unfiltered and unbelievable. Today we have my uncut interview with Philip Bloom.
There’s a reason I like to call this show the “This American Life” for filmmakers. Our main episodes are craftily edited audio documentaries where I pull soundbites from disparate interviews to fit any particular episode. But many of my raw interviews with guests are so chock full of wonderful insights, seems like a shame not to share the whole thing. Sometimes I’ll post them as exclusive bonuses for Premium Members. But many will be shared for the whole world to hear. And that’s what we’re doing today as we launch an official new segment of the show wherein I share full, uncut guest interviews.
Today we have world renowned DP and director Philip Bloom, and we cover a gamut of topics like:
- His take on the “style” question
- How he got his start
- Why he calls himself a “filmmaker”
- Why he does his reviews the way he does
- How he deals with online criticism
- The biggest misconception people have about him
- And the proverbial “much, much, more!”
Excerpts of this interview were used in RFS episodes “What the Hell Are You“, “Plan E from Outerspace” and this week’s “One Man Bands.”
Music in this Episode
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- Boulevard St. Germain by Jahzzar (CC BY-SA)
- Gettin’ Paid Part II by Alec’s Band (CC BY)
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