“The Backlot” is based on the New York Film Academy Guest Speaker Series moderated and directed by Hollywood producer Tova Laiter, and hosted by Eric Conner, a senior instructor at NYFA.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 18, 2018
After more than a decade of hosting a long list of industry insiders in its Guest Speaker Series, the New York Film Academy (NYFA) is premiering a podcast of the series' highlights, called “The Backlot.” Listen to intimate conversations with Hollywood insiders on your preferred podcast player. The debut episodes feature Al Pacino, Aubrey Plaza, and Seth Rogen.
“[W]riting ‘Superbad’ was really [about] finding the balance between doing work that I thought was adult and transcended the fact that I was a teenager,” states Seth Rogen in one of the launch episodes.
“The Backlot” provides podcast listeners with the opportunity to listen in on exclusive talks with industry luminaries. In the first three episodes:
- Laugh along to Seth Rogen’s stories about performing stand-up comedy and screenwriting.
- Hear Aubrey Plaza evaluate her NYFA experience and playing the role of an evil stepsister early in her career.
- Listen to Al Pacino’s candid insights about developing his own acting technique.
“The Backlot” is based on the New York Film Academy Guest Speaker Series moderated and directed by Hollywood producer Tova Laiter. The podcast is hosted by Eric Conner, a senior instructor at NYFA, and is produced by the New York Film Academy.
Become better acquainted with premier guests on the behind-the-scenes show that is “The Backlot.” Hear the first three episodes today and subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts (Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, Google Play, TuneIn, and via RSS).
About New York Film Academy
The New York Film Academy (NYFA) is a leading visual and performing arts school that offers courses across 15 areas of study in New York City, Los Angeles, South Beach/Miami, Gold Coast (Australia), Florence (Italy), Mumbai (India), and more. Thousands of aspiring artists come to study at the New York Film Academy each year from over 120 countries. For more information, please visit nyfa.edu.