In today's episode we discuss the future of remote video production. Both our guests faced tough challenges during the pandemic, but both came through with innovative solutions.
Alan Griswold is the head of Monkey Deux, a production company that makes the Our Star Wars Stories show for Lucasfilm. When its roadshow format became unviable in the midst of the pandemic, Alan found a way to reinvent it using a remote kit based around the Canon EOS R.
Richard da Costa is a filmmaker and the owner of Floating Harbour Productions. His company took on the task of reinventing the Wildscreen film festival as an online-only event, creating a week-long virtual event that was a huge success.
In this wide-ranging chat, Alan and Richard tell our host Lucy Hedges about how they succeeded in the face of adversity and why remote production techniques are going to remain viable in a post-pandemic world.
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