This week we have a Thanksgiving holiday special episode of Radio Film School that will give you a profound outlook on life and your art.
Growing up as a kid, one of my favorite Thanksgiving Day pastimes was watching “The Wizard of Oz” on TV with my mom and brother. (Largely because I was hopelessly infatuated with Dorothy.) This week we have a special episode of the show where we look at the history of that MGM classic. We’ll hear fun stories from me and Sky City Haya producer Thom Wineland about our experiences with that movie; and most importantly, friend of the show Brandon McCormick of Whitestone Motion Pictures gives us a profound and poignant lesson based on the dark origin story of the Tin Man.
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Music in this Episode
Music from today’s episode was curated from the Song Freedom. Click here to see the Song Freedom mixtape for this episode (All rights reserved). The Song Freedom songs were Le Jazz – Hot A and Le Jazz – Hot B.
The rest of the songs were from the “Heartless” soundtrack, courtesy of Whitestone Motion Pictures (all rights reserved). Music and Lyrics by Nick Kirk and The Brothers Bright. Songs used (in order of appearance):
- The Tinner (during the history of “Wizard of Oz”)
- Our Story Begins with Love
- The Wicked Witch of the East
- The Cursed Axe
- Yours Alone (credits)
- The Tin Man (during bonus excerpt at end)
Videos Featured in Today’s Show
“Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man”
“Heartless: Behind the Scenes”
“Making the Tin Man: Art Department”
“Making the Tin Man: Camera”
“Making the Tin Man: Music & Sound”
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