With a directorial filmography that only has 8 feature films, Quentin Tarantino has made an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape and has solidified his spot in cinematic history. We explore why.
This week we premiere our first podcast collaboration with the Circa Podcast as we look at a history of cinema.
In part 2 of my “Best of…” series, we hear a few of my favorite guest stories. We end with a poignant commentary about developing your style.
We recount some of our favorite Radio Film School stories during these first six months of the podcast. Plus, a big announcement.
Leave it to Radio Film School to turn a funny anecdote about swing dancing into a valuable lesson for filmmakers and artists of all kinds.
Today I continue my discussion with show regulars JD & Yolanda about the role that agents and managers play in Hollywood.
Today’s bonus episode of Radio Film School takes a unique approach in discussing the issue of racial representation (or the lack thereof) in the Oscars. Over 90 minutes of invigorating conversation.
Today we start a new series looking at filmmakers (past and present) that have distinctive styles. First up at bat…the Coen Brothers.
Today we get an inside look at the workings of the movie biz and filmmaking as it relates to working with actors and representation.
I always end each episode of “Radio Film School” with my slogan “If the story sucks, I don’t care what you shot it with.” But how do you make a story not suck? And where do you find good stories to tell?