Filmmaking is one of the most powerful mediums there is to affect change and make a difference in the world.
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 introduce an official new segment on Radio Film School…”RAW”: Radio Film School interviews uncut, unfiltered and unbelievable. Today we have my uncut interview with Philip Bloom.
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.
For the past 10 months, we’ve explored a theme that is pertinent to all artists. Let’s sum this season up and get the definitive answer to this crucial question.
Practical lessons on finding the time to pursue passion projects which might not yet pay the bills. Plus, a literal “road to Damascus” experience.