Welcome to the OSBD iTF podcast page.
One of our core pieces of work during the pandemic has been to create video podcasts with inspiring filmmakers with something good and helpful to say. Our huge thanks to those who have given their time. We will continue this over the coming year BUT do look at what we have already , we think it is pretty impressive. We have lots of really interesting people lining up too, some well known and some with great stories but just starting out and breaking into their filmmaking.
You can view the video podcasts below and play the audio versions from here. However it would help us immensely if you went and subscribed to the OSBD YouTube page where you will find these and lots of other OSBD films to watch and share.
We have also made the video podcast all available as audio versions too which you can find here: https://anchor.fm/osbd.
You can also get them in all these places too!
Google Podcast: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy80MmVhMjg1MC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==
Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/osbds-in-the-frame-film-tv-interview-podcast/id1545203420
Pocket cast: https://pca.st/tasl6s0m
Want to learn the essentials of filmmaking from the professionals that do it?
Welcome to the OSBD in The Frame Podcast! Hosted by long time producer Pip Piper & Film editor Luke Furmage, together they interview working professionals learning more about their life, how they got started and what they are currently working on.
Go to: osbd.org/in-the-frame to learn more about our community and get updates on our latest projects.
OSBD linked up with multi-award-winning Ravinol Chambers from Be Inspired Films to talk about his remarkable journey from monk to filmmaker and some essentials of what he has learnt along the way. This OSBD iTF podcast is in collaboration with Be Inspired Films and Ravs' amazing Evolving Door podcast.OSBD aims to serve and help develop the next generation of emerging filmmakers.
Featuring: Ravionl Chamvers & Pip Piper