Friday, January 27, 2006

Marc Ostrick launches video podcast

My buddy Marc has launched two new video podcasts that I thought some of you may be interested in checking out. His name may sound familiar to some of you; he produced the amazing documentary on the 24 season 2 DVD set, as well as documentaries on The Shield. Not only is Marc very talented, he's also a really cool guy. Here's the email he sent out...

Gord




Dear Friends, Family and Associates,

I am happy to announce the launch of two documentary video series I’ve created that are now accessible on Apple’s iTunes.

Both series, LOCKOUT and STUDIO VISIT are free “video podcasts” and all you need to do to see them is launch iTunes on your computer.

Once you’ve located and selected the series (info below), A new eposide of mine will appear weekly in your iTunes “podcast” folder.

LOCKOUT is a web series that dives into the creative process of several breaking bands in New York & Los Angeles. The first episode of the podcast series features LINKIN’ PARK rehearsing tracks on their debut album before exploding into the mainstream.

STUDIO VISIT explores the creative process of emerging visual artists in New York as well as those who help get visual arts shown in NYC. Raymond Saa´, an incredible painter/sculptor, is featured in the first STUDIO VISIT podcast.

To access the video podcasts all you have to do is launch iTunes (USA site), go to the 'music store' and type in “Marc Ostrick” in the search window. Both my series should appear.

You can also link directly to the STUDIO VISIT by clicking the link below:

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=120035556&s=143441

(copy and paste the FULL link into your browser if it doesn't click)

Or you can get to LOCKOUT via this link:

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=120035553&s=143441

(again, copy and paste the FULL link into your browser if it doesn't click)

With podcasts marching in fast, and making it easy to share work, this is a very exciting time for filmmakers.

I’m thrilled to be a part of this new technology and hope you check out these fun mini-docs. If you like what you see, feel free to pass this info along to friends. (This is a grassroots campaign.)

Thanks for watching!!!!


Marc Ostrick

2 Comments:

At January 27, 2006 2:43 PM, Anonymous Wesley Mead said...

These could be cool, I'll check them out - the 24 S2 doc was brilliant.

 
At January 31, 2006 5:06 PM, Anonymous Trevor said...

Thanks for the info. Ill check them out as well.

 

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