The Gunnison Group Podcast

Gunnison Group Podcast #28- Austin Nordell

Austin and Desmond travel to the roots to explore the deeper meanings of being a filmmaker. They also chat about Voodoo Doughnuts.

From IMDb: 

Austin Nordell grew up with an undying passion for the art of film-making and visual storytelling, and has achieved his experience through hands on work in as many departments behind the camera as possible.

His process of experimentation coupled with observation on diverse sets eventually led him to a clear realization that cinematography would be his career of choice, fueling his creativity and passion more than any other form of expression.

As an award-winning cinematographer, Austin thrives on creativity and collaboration and has a varied list of work including feature films, music videos, Documentaries, a variety of commercials, web content for clients such as AOL, Coca-Cola, Maxim Magazine, Under Armour, Hollywood Electrics, SunCentral Inc., the MLB and many more.

His recent work as Cinematographer include: Hulu's "Spoilers With Kevin Smith", Epix' "Milius" Documentary and ABC's Television Special "Marvel: 75 Years, From Pulp To Pop".

 

Gunnison Group Podcast #27- Peter Halpin

Peter shows how to move and shake and take healthy risks in life. He emphasizes the necessity of staying positive and keeping the scope on the target. He also has an awesome dialect.

From IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0356989/ 

Irish actor Peter Halpin launched his professional film career when he created the role of Malachy McCourt in Alan Parker's critically acclaimed Angela's Ashes. Among his other film and television credits he is proud to list; Fergus Doran in RTE's medical drama The Clinic; a stirring portrayal of Joseph Hanratty in Neil Jordan's controversial masterpiece Breakfast On Pluto; and Phil Connors in RTE/BBC's equine drama series Rough Diamond directed by Simon Massey. Halpin garnered further credit for his role as Eugene in the multi-award winning film Garage with director Lenny Abrahamson.

 

 

Gunnison Group Podcast #26- Gabriel Napora & Yas Taalat

Gabriel and Yas dish on the their latest efforts, feelings about AFM and the day to day on their workflow.

Known for not only his firm handling of budgets and his nose for discovering world class talent like District 9’s Neill Blompkamp, Gabriel has sieged forward to become one of the best independent producers of sci-fi and horror feature films. Working alongside such studios as Lionsgate Films, Gabriel has built up an impressive production slate that includes the horror classics The Woods, Hanging Rock and the award winning sci-fi opus Avarice.

Gabriel Napora founded Triton Films Inc. A hybrid production and visual effects company. Chappie (Sony – the number one film in the world for two weeks running) was based on a Triton Films Proof of Concept. The careers of major talent such as Neill Blomkamp (director of District 9) and Trent Opaloch (cinematographer of Captain America Winter Soldier) and many others started at Triton. Gabriel’s worked with most major Hollywood Film studios including Paramount, Lions Gate and Warner Brothers.

 

Gunnison Group Podcast #25- Carl "The Coach" Bailey

Carl "The Coach" Bailey goes into his Texas upbringing and football coaching mentality to get that extra edge on the game. He brings passion and good honest hard work to the table. A true inspiration.

From IMDb:

Carl transformed his life's purpose from being a longtime successful Texas High School football coach and administrator into a flourishing acting career. Carl began on NBC's Chase in 2011 as a recurring U.S. Marshall, he rapidly started being a featured player in major film productions such as the Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" and a host of other projects including, "Now You See Me", "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D", "The Iceman" and "Parkland" to name a few. Carl had his major first speaking role as a cop opposite Domenico Lombardozzi in A&E's Breakout Kings. Carl was cast as assistant Coach Alumbaugh in the high school football drama "When the Game Stands Tall" working along-side Jim Caviezel and Michael Chiklis for the seven week shoot. Carl, a native Texan with a distinct talent and experiences, delivers a great on-screen presence with a Southern swagger and accent. He continues training consistently, appearing in Independent and smaller productions to hone his craft, developing his acting skills while seeking his breakout role which many have continued to be in law enforcement and positions of authority. Carl is a true action actor that has law enforcement, stage combat, weapons, and stunt training with actual experience, including film credits, in all areas. Carl's talent, dedication to his craft, and his professional approach to the film industry has allowed him to be cast in over 60 productions in just four years.

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