If you’re serious about learning video, chances are you’ve come across one of the videos of Dave Dugdale of LearningVideo.com. Today we have a bonus episode of Radio Film School where I have an in-depth chat with Dave.
Today’s episode is a must-listen episode for anyone out there who has procrastinated or dragged their heels on getting a project done. An update on my documentary “Mixed in America”.
Last month we had one of the most attended NAB Shows ever. But in true Radio Film School style, our “coverage” of it won’t be what you expect.
The inspirational rise and fall (and rise again) story of how Whitestone Motion Pictures came from the brink of throwing in the towel, to shooting a project for The History Channel.
I originally thought about calling this Radio Film School episode “Brandon McCormick’s Incredible Infinite Catalog of Creative Compositions”. But Talent v. Tools was easier. Find out why and what you’ll learn.
Sean Parker first helped bring the music industry to its knees with his co-creation of Napster. Now he has his sights on the movie business.
What exactly makes a science fiction film great? Numerous filmmakers and sci-fi cinephiles chime.
My full, uncut Radio Film School interview with Richard “RB” Botto, the CEO and founder of the creative arts social media juggernaut Stage 32.
With the release of the Rogue One teaser trailer last week, I had to do something special to commemorate it. So today we ponder the question: is Star Wars science fiction…or fantasy?
We conclude our look at rebel filmmaker Quentin Tarantino with a discussion of the provocative nature of Tarantino’s work.