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?
This Thanksgiving Day special brings back one of my favorite episodes from last year, plus an all-new interview with Whitestone Motions Pictures producer and film composer Nick Kirk.
This week we have a teeny peek at what’s ahead in season 2 of Radio Film School, then revisit one of my favorite episodes from season 1.
We continue our discussion about fair use, particularly as it relates to documentaries. You will be surprised by what you learn in this episode.
If you thought you knew all there was to know about fair use and copyrights in filmmaking, you don’t know jack! Part 1 of a series on copyrights, fair use, and filmmaking. Save yourself a potential lawsuit and listen.
Star Trek fan films have been around over four decades. They’ve come in all shapes, sizes, and varying levels of quality. In all that time, the copyright owners of Star Trek have remained quiet. So why has one fan film elicited a lawsuit that has the fan community in an uproar?
Today we have two professionals in the world of filmmaking to give expert information on 1) the role of “producer” and 2) how to finance a film.
Superhero movies are all the rage lately. Believe it or not, there is a lot filmmakers can learn from them. Today is Part 1 in a new Short Ends series.