It’s NAB this week, and we have a new technology and filmmaking episode you must hear before you spend a dime!
Because the nature of this show involves taking bits and pieces of longer episodes, I have a veritable vault full of as yet unmined content from fantastic interviews. In honor of it being NAB this week (that annual mecca to Las Vegas for media professionals all over the world), we have as yet unaired excerpts from interviews I conducted last season.
Peabody award-winning filmmaker and documentarian Elaine McMillion Sheldon, who won that acclaimed award for her interactive documentary experience “Hollow“, chimes in on how the architectural design concept of “form following function” should be applied to storytelling and technology. Also, Seattle Film Institute executive director David Shulman uses makes an appearance with an example of how a master’s approach to filmmaking can be applied to our use of the latest and greatest. And it all starts with a simple (or not so simple) question asked by my 12-year-old aspiring filmmaking son.
Music in this Episode
Music was curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. In order of appearance, the music in this episode was:
- Gettin’ Paid, Pt. II by Alec’s Band (cc by)
- Remember Trees? by Chris Zabriskie (cc by)
- Here’s the Thing by Lee Rosevere (cc by)
- Stories About the World That Once Was by Chris Zabriskie (cc by)
- Denouement by Kai Engel (cc by)
- I Believe in You by Lee Rosevere (cc by)
- All Your Faustian Bargains (Extended Mix) by Steve Combs
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