This time we have indie MC and OG Steven “Lost Soul” Santiago straight from the 11215-Park Slope-Brooklyn. Steven has a long and personal history with Hip Hop. He got his big break in 1988 when he me with Paradise of famed Rap crew X Clan. If you’re unfamiliar with them, i-tune their first album “To The East, Backwards.” Steven breaks down his process from examining the wellspring of his personal inspiration to the pen to paper, mic to mixer and then sync to cd press. He considers himself a writer and that first step in the creative process of creating a song is the most important to him
This podcast features independent writer-filmmaker Christopher Theokas. Christopher shares his writing ideas and the collaborative process with working with a writing partner when producing his award wining feature length film, Carla. He shares with us the practical business aspects of writing and producing independent film. When he’s not caring for baby Hugo and writing wonderful genre stories, he can be found here at the New York Screenwriters Collective where he expounds on story structure, movies and all things geek. Christopher will be back with us soon to continue our discussion. Enjoy as we go behind the veil and beyond the pale.
This podcast features Chuck Collins creator of the wildly popular webcomic Bounce!, an anthropological review of the New York City bar scene from the perspective of bouncers. It’s wonderfully drawn and supremely witty. Chuck discusses his creative process, the inspiration behind Bounce! and how he goes about telling his stories. Bounce can be found here. Thanks for listening and stay tuned for the next installation.
Production note: the theme for The Process Podcast is creative common content by Deadly Combo entitled, “Break Bread (Ninety-Four Drums of Death Instrumental).
When it comes to filmmaking, you have to be fearless. When it comes to animation, you have to be ruthless.
You have to be fearless in your decision to keep the controversial shots, the language, the sound, the message. When you animate, you have to do things that make you uncomfortable, that…
Esteban put it best.