“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?
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.
An excerpt from our new podcast about HBO’s “Westworld” and a discussion about Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” set the stage for an insightful discussion about how an audience responds to your film.
Today we have the season 2 premiere of Radio Film School and we look at four essential characteristics to have fulfilling longevity in any artistic endeavor.
Today I bring you a special announcement about the history, and more importantly, the future of the show.
Filmmaking is one of the most powerful mediums there is to affect change and make a difference in the world.
Filmmaking is a collaborative artform. Yet, tens of thousands of filmmakers all over the world shoot projects each week with no dedicated DP, no sound guy, and no assistants. It’s just them, a camera, some lenses, lights, and mics. They are one-man/one-woman bands.
In this week’s episode of Radio Film School, we explore valuable filmmaking lessons learned the hard way.
After 5-1/2 years, Mixed in America: Little Mixed Sunshine if FINALLY finished. Here’s part 1 of a 2-part finale of the mini-series where we’ve followed the film’s progress.