A veteran documentary filmmaker reaches out to lend us a helping hand in the making of our first feature documentary.
“For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn.” These are the words from Ernest Hemingway’s famous 6-word short story. And they’re the impetus for today’s guest-produced and highly anticipated Radio Film School episode.
Is a white director the best person to tell what is traditionally a black story? Is that a question that’s even fair to ask?
If you’re about to start a crowdfunding campaign or are even thinking about one, this is a must-listen episode?
Now available, our full 4-person “women in film” panel discussion.
Have you ever been afraid to do something you knew was the right thing to do?
In this our first episode of 2017, we look back at four of the most important lessons learned on the show last year. Plus, a look at a new mini-series on the making of my first feature-length documentary.
Today we look at three specific lessons filmmakers can learn from the missteps of the prequels and the re-mastered original trilogy. [Rebroadcast]
We follow up our conversation about “YouTube Journalism” with a look at the responsibility of the documentary filmmaker to capture and convey truth. From Nanook to Nuptials.
Today we have a provocative issue about the power of media to shape public opinion and perception. But how do we discern what’s true?