In this week’s episode of Radio Film School, we explore valuable filmmaking lessons learned the hard way.
After 5-1/2 years, Mixed in America: Little Mixed Sunshine if FINALLY finished. Here’s part 1 of a 2-part finale of the mini-series where we’ve followed the film’s progress.
For the past 10 months, we’ve explored a theme that is pertinent to all artists. Let’s sum this season up and get the definitive answer to this crucial question.
Practical lessons on finding the time to pursue passion projects which might not yet pay the bills. Plus, a literal “road to Damascus” experience.
It’s only fitting that as we head into the week that kicks off the Radio Film School season finales, we end the season where we began. With fathers.
This week we have a special episode and update that includes listener voicemail, a trailer for a new podcast and film series, and a provocative if not fun behind the scenes discussion about a past episode.
There are few filmmakers in the history of the craft who are as revered for their work, and as associated with a particular style, as Sir Alfred Hitchcock.
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.