“Ted Lasso” Interview | The Post-Production Team, with the editors, some of the music team, the sound team, a VFX artist and a supervising producer

“Ted Lasso” Interview | The Post-Production Team, with the editors, some of the music team, the sound team, a VFX artist and a supervising producer

Here's a written interview about some of the post-production aspects of the hit Apple TV+ series TED LASSO. The team talks about the editing and editing the comedy, creating a digital soccer stadium from scratch, the music of the series and much more.

“1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything” Interview | Music supervisor Iain Cooke | The Filmcraziest Show

“1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything” Interview | Music supervisor Iain Cooke | The Filmcraziest Show

For this episode of my podcast The Filmcraziest Show, I was able to speak with Iain Cooke, music supervisor on the new Apple TV+ Original series 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything. The show is a docuseries about the musicians and soundtracks that shaped the culture and politics of the year 1971. In the conversation, we chat about reuniting with director Asif Kapadia, the process for this series, as well as immersing himself into the year of 1971 and the 158 songs put into this project.

“Dickinson” Season 2 Interview | Tim Orr, Cinematographer | The Filmcraziest Show

“Dickinson” Season 2 Interview | Tim Orr, Cinematographer | The Filmcraziest Show

On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by Tim Orr as we talked about the second season of the Apple TV+ Original "DICKINSON." He's one of the key parts of bringing Emily Dickinson's world in 1850's Amherst to life in the show, as we chat about the visual look of the show, collaborating with five different directors each season and much more.

“Dickinson” Interview | Costume Designer Jennifer Moeller | The Filmcraziest Show

“Dickinson” Interview | Costume Designer Jennifer Moeller | The Filmcraziest Show

Dickinson, an Apple TV+ original, is a funny and entertaining look at the life of Emily Dickinson (played by Hailee Steinfeld), as very much a period piece set in the 1850’s with all the sensibilities and humour of the modern day. Being a period piece, some of the most important aspects of this show come from behind the scenes especially in the visuals depicting the time, including production design, set design and notably the costume design, as well.

On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show I was joined by costume designer Jennifer Moeller to chat about the second season of Dickinson.