Today I bring you a special announcement about the history, and more importantly, the future of the show.
September 1, 2016, marks the 1-year anniversary of Radio Film School‘s official premiere. It’s been quite a year. Since launching, we’ve been #1 in our podcast category on iTunes, have been on iTunes New and Noteworthy (we still frequently make it into the top 50), named by No Film School as “the filmmaker’s podcast we’ve all been waiting for“, and this summer, Cinema5D named us one of the top 5 filmmaking podcasts to binge listen during the summer. As we approach the beginning of season 2, I want to share some thoughts I have about what we’ve been able to accomplish, where we’re going, and other important changes you’ll want to know about if you’re a fan.
In This Episode
We hear from…
- Dave Shulman (executive director of the Seattle Film Institute) from the “A Brief History of Cinema” episode
- Alex Ferrari (host of Indie Film Hustle podcast) from the “Tarantino the Provocateur”
- Alex Vo (SF Bay Area filmmaker) from “Of Fathers and Filmmaking”
- Video essayist Adam Westbrook of Delve.tv
- Zac Lovelace (Circa Podcast) from“A Brief History of Cinema”
- Patrick Moreau, head of Muse Storytelling
- Amina Moreau, executive creative director of Stillmotion
Music in this Episode
Music was curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. In order of appearance, the music in this episode was:
- Sunset by Kai Engel (CC BY)
- Beyond Something Beautiful by Scott Holmes (CC BY)
- Cylinder Six by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY)
- Man with a Golden Soul by MC Cullah (CC BY-SA)
- God’s Will by lo-fi is sci-fi (CC BY)
- Hanami by Fabian Measures (CC BY)
- The Sun Is Scheduled to Come Out Tomorrow by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY)
- Yes Ma’am by Cullah (CC BY-SA)
- Back To Buxton by Alec’s Band (CC BY)
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