A roundtable discussion with industry experts about the art and science of video, film and post production.

Subscribe or rate the show in iTunes

Listen to the show on Stitcher Radio!

You need THAT Studio Panel! Hundreds of gigabytes of amazing, high-quality video and audio effects, right inside Premiere Pro CC 2014 (or higher)!


« Slugline »

On this special That Scruffy Post Show Kanen sits down with Stu Maschwitz and Clinton Torres to talk about Slugline, a new screenwriting app based on the Fountain plain text format.

The Song

This episode features the hit song, "HERE WE GO" by Mike J Nichols. Now available in iTunes for 99 cents!


Slugline is a new screenwriting app (on the Mac App Store)that uses the plain text format of Fountain to let you effortlessly write screenplays and not worry about your formatting. It features a minimal, distraction-free environment so you can focus on getting your thoughts down.

We've launched the Kickstarter campaign for Hero Punk! Support us today so we can finish this film and get it out to the world.

That Post Plea

Please take the time to write a review of That Post Show in iTunes. It helps us gain an audience and attract sponsors. And, you have a chance of winning cool prizes, like RED GIANT Software, Avid, Adobe, CrumplePop and more!

Audio Editing

This show was edited by the talented Michael Schmidt. He's also @MichaSchmidt on the tweeters, where he can be twiddled publicly.

Kanen Flowers

Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind Scruffy.TV, which includes That Post Show. Scruffy Thinking, Scruffy Shows and HERO PUNK. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter, and check out his latest: The Dark Knight Descends.

Stu Maschwitz

Stu is a filmmaker and accidental technologist. He runs a blog at ProLost.com. He wrote the DV Rebel's Guide. Oh, and he's also the Creative Director for Red Giant Software's Magic Bullet product suite.

Clinton Torres

Clinton is a maker of things in the Bay Area, California. Check out his passions for film and technology on his website.

Show Notes

Show notes brought to you by Matt Christensen. Check out his work at mchristensen.net.