The Callsheet

hosted by A.J. Wedding

Listen to the stories of how people people made it in the film and tv biz, and what sets their work apart from the rest.  Directors, Producers, Actors, Cinematographers and Writers sit with filmmaker A.J. Wedding to talk shop.  The Callsheet is sponsored by Plot Devices, The Sunset Marquis, and The Digital Cinematography Society.  Available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and Google Play.

Also check out the latest episodes on youtube, recorded during the worldwide pandemic!

Episode 10: Lisa Arnold, Writer, Director & Producer

Lisa starts the conversation with her upcoming kids-action feature KID COMBAT, as well as her how her positive attitude has led her to become a storied film director, writer and producer with such films as One Nation Under God, Camp Cool Kids, Caged No More and others!

Episode 9: John Tague, Actor & Producer

Acting is one of the most difficult and frustrating jobs in the business.  Wanting to be seen for certain types of roles that no one was calling him for, John produced his own content that led to roles on Blacklist, Lucifer and American Horror Story.

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Episode 8: Michael Nankin, TV Director

Michael has been a writer and director on series such as Battlestar Galactica, Black Sails, The Flash, Life Goes On, and many more!

Episode 7: Ian Hunter, VFX Supervisor

Two time Oscar Winner for Best VFX for Interstellar and First Man, Ian has created visual effects for filmmakers such as James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, and Chris Nolan.

Episode 5: Philip Lanyon, Director of Photography

Philip was a kid in Canada watching Star Trek TNG, never knowing he would eventually become the DP for Star Trek Picard!  

Episode 4: Marc Zicree, Showrunner and Writer

Marc Zicree, "Mr. Sci-fi" has been a writer and show runner on some of the best science fiction series ever made.  Star Trek TNG, Babylon 5, Sliders, and even many of the animated series of the late 80s.  

Episode 3: Neville Page, Creature Designer

Neville has designed creatures for films like Avatar, Star Trek, Prometheus and others.  He was also a judge on the Sci-Fi Channel hit fx makeup contest show 'Face-Off.'  He is nominated for a 2019 Emmy for his work on Star Trek Discovery.

Episode 2: Mike Caron, Director

Director of Nickelodeon's Henry Danger talks about his rise from checking in props to directing on the same soundstage years later.

Episode 1: Leonidas Jaramillo, Director of Photography

Leo talks about how he went from photo assistant to Annie Leibovitz to DP of multi-million dollar films in just a few years.