Producer Peter Saraf joined the Beyond the Set NY Podcast to discuss his long career working in television, including with iconic actors such as Tom Hanks and Steve Carell. Peter also shared his memories of a New York before the tax credit came into existence, and what he sees coming next for the industry post Covid-19.
On the latest episode, New York Production Alliance Vice President Michael Jackman joins us to discuss his career working in Film & TV in New York, his reaction to the response of the industry to the COVID-19 crisis and how he sees it recovering. Michael also discussed the importance of the tax credit in New York State, especially since people are going to need to get back to work quickly. Don't forget to rate, review and share!
Eva Radke, NYPA Member and co-founder of ArtCube Nation, has mobilized an "ArtCube Army" to help serve those most vulnerable on the front lines of this Covid-19 crisis - Doctors and Nurses. Her team of volunteers is helping to make face shields and other medical equipment for doctors in New York City. Make sure you reach out to Eva if you would like to Donate or find out more information.
Joshua A. Friedman joined Beyond the Set New York to discuss his time working in production throughout New York State, including his time working on Law & Order. Josh also discussed his company Crew me Up and what they are doing to change the film & television career landscape throughout the country, and how the New York State tax credit has helped so many. Rate, Review, Subscribe and Share!
As the Chair of the New York Production Alliance, Flo is in a unique position to be voice of the unified film and television industry in New York State. Flo took time to discuss her career in the film & television industry, as well as the importance of her role with NYPA. Flo also discussed the importance of the film tax credit in making New York such an attractive spot for production companies and independent film makers.
Adam Brightman, 30 year veteran of the New York Film & Television Industry, joined Beyond the Set New York to talk about his experience navigating the New York production scene, why New York is so appealing to actors, and how the Film & TV tax credit has helped remake the industry throughout New York State. Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe and share with all your friends.
On this episode of Beyond the Set New York, join us as we discuss film and television in New York with Eva Radke of ArtCube Nation, which is a place where film and television freelancers and professionals can seek out new job opportunities and where industry professionals can buy and sell leftover art and set materials. Her one mission is help make film and television a more sustainable industry throughout the state. Don't forget to share our episodes.
On the latest episode of Beyond the Set New York, we were joined by Commissioner Nora Brown, who oversees Film and Television in the Rochester and Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. Brian and Commissioner Brown talk about current projects that are happening in her region, the abundance of facilities and vendors available, and the importance of the Film Tax Credit. Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe and Share!
Welcome to the Inaugural Episode of Beyond the Set - NY. We are thrilled to have on long time New York film and television editor David Tedeschi, who has been a long time collaborator with Martin Scorsese. Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe and Share!