Today we discuss use in cinema of one of the most divisive and perhaps misunderstood words in society.
Technology has dramatically changed both how we create and consume content. Today YOU can be your own show runner.
In today’s Short Ends special, we look at two diametrically opposed animation studios which both offer excellent lessons about the power of style and story.
Today is part 1 of a multi-part mini-series we’re doing to coincide with the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Today we look at three specific lessons filmmakers can learn from the missteps of the prequels and the re-mastered original trilogy.
This week we have a Thanksgiving holiday special episode of Radio Film School that will give you a profound outlook on life and your art.
What is it about “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” that has made it the longest-running theatrical release in history? This year marks the 40th anniversary of the film’s release, and as a post-Halloween special, I interview two people who can give particularly poignant insight into that question. Music was curated was “Metaphysik” by Kevin MacLeod […]
If you’ve ever had a desire to start (or finish) that passion project, THIS is the episode for you.
I have a confession to make. I’m black. Yes, I know. You probably had no idea, right?
A film set is kinda like a spaceship barreling through space. Something almost always goes wrong.
In this week’s “Short Ends” segment, we address the topic of the do’s and don’ts of directing actors.