Time Travel 101 with Shifter – The Cinematic Schematic #8

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In this month’s edition of The Cinematic Schematic, we’re stepping back in time to discuss our very favorite time travel movies in order to protect the new movies being made in the present day! The minds behind Shifter (The Cinematropolis co-founders), Jacob and Zachary Burns, join us to kick off a new Making of Shifter audio diary series describing their process for raising money through Indie Go Go and casting their ensemble.

Alexandra Bohannon rides the time travel theme by talking about the scores and soundtracks of a number of films including Planet of the Apes (1968)Donnie Darko, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The episode concludes with an in depth review and spoiler discussion over Boots Riley’s directorial debut, Sorry To Bother You, between Laron Chapman and myself.

Join us in celebrating one of my very favorite plots devices, time travel. If you want to be a part of the making of a bold new time travel film, consider contributing to the Shifter Indie Go Go at SHIFTERFILM.COM.

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Time Stamps

1:35 – Shifter Audio Diary #1 : Crowdsourcing and Casting for a film with Jacob and Zachary Burns

31:18 – ‘Sound Trek’ with Alexandra Bohannon – Time Travel Film Scores

124: 45 – Sorry to Bother You Review with Laron Chapman

147:53 – Sorry to Bother You spoilers

This month’s ‘Sound Trek’ selections

“Main Title” – Planet of the Apes (1968)

“Main Theme” – Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture

“Caparthian Ridge” – Donnie Darko

“Mad World” – Tears for Fears, Donnie Darko

“Mad World” Gary Jules Cover – Donnie Darko

“Double Trouble” – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 

“Forward to Time Past” – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

“Mischief Managed” – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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