This May marks the 15th anniversary of my video business and this summer marks the 25th anniversary of going to film school. Wow!
“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?
In this our first episode of 2017, we look back at four of the most important lessons learned on the show last year. Plus, a look at a new mini-series on the making of my first feature-length documentary.
An excerpt from our new podcast about HBO’s “Westworld” and a discussion about Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” set the stage for an insightful discussion about how an audience responds to your film.
Today we have the season 2 premiere of Radio Film School and we look at four essential characteristics to have fulfilling longevity in any artistic endeavor.
Today I bring you a special announcement about the history, and more importantly, the future of the show.
Filmmaking is one of the most powerful mediums there is to affect change and make a difference in the world.
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.