Geektown Radio 199: ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Barnstorm VFX, Film News, UK TV News & Air Dates!

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08 Apr 19
Geektown Radio 199: 'The Man In The High Castle' Barnstorm VFX, Film News, UK TV News & Air Dates!

Geektown Radio 199: ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Barnstorm VFX, Film News, UK TV News & Air Dates!

On the Geektown Radio podcast this week I am joined by Darryl from Hollywood News Source, to chat about Walker Stalker Con, the latest tv and film news, and all the UK TV premiere date info. We also have an exclusive interview with Lawson Deming, co-founder of visual effects company, Barnstorm VFX.

Barnstorm VFX is a boutique effects house specialising in high-quality digital effects, design, and production. They are the visual effects company behind shows such as ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘Room 104’, and ‘Get Shorty’, along with working on series such as ‘Outlander’, ‘Fargo’, ‘Lost’ and ‘The Gifted’. Barnstorm most recently worked on Amazon’s brilliant ‘The Man in the High Castle’, which tells the story of a dystopian America dominated by Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan.

Lawson Deming, a co-founder of Barnstorm VFX and VFX Supervisor for ‘The Man in the High Castle’, joins us to discuss the amount of historical research they do for the show. WARNING – there are some Season 3 spoilers in the interview if you haven’t caught up. He also chats about the amazing ‘Silicon Valley’ and creating some of their VFX shots, from robot monkey arms and virtual server rooms, to “Pipey”, the Piped Piper onscreen “help”.

Also On This Week’s Show:

  • I’m joined by Darryl as we review the movies and tv series we’ve been watching in the past few weeks.
  • We take a look at all the latest tv & film news, including renewals & cancellations.
  • We give you our recommendations for the upcoming TV in the next 7 days.

Geektown Radio 199: ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Barnstorm VFX, Film News, UK TV News & Air Dates!

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