This May marks the 15th anniversary of my video business and this summer marks the 25th anniversary of going to film school. Wow!
A popular reward level for crowdfunded films is a credit in the movie. Apparently, this is a bigger deal than I originally thought. Today we find out why.
Today we explore why the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been able to out-pace the DC Extended Universe in box office and critical acclaim, and what lessons we creators can learn from it.
The #1 question I’ve had about the ridiculous Pepsi ad from a month ago is “How?” How did so many smart people in a room get this so wrong? I think today’s episode of Radio Film School has some potential answers.
It’s NAB this week, and we have a new technology and filmmaking episode you must hear before you spend a dime!
Feedback, in all of its forms, is essential for any artist to grow in his or her craft.
A veteran documentary filmmaker reaches out to lend us a helping hand in the making of our first feature documentary.
“For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn.” These are the words from Ernest Hemingway’s famous 6-word short story. And they’re the impetus for today’s guest-produced and highly anticipated Radio Film School episode.
Is a white director the best person to tell what is traditionally a black story? Is that a question that’s even fair to ask?
If you’re about to start a crowdfunding campaign or are even thinking about one, this is a must-listen episode?