Today we finally have the follow-up to the infamous “Stand on a Chair” episode wherein Chris Fenwick and I discussed the importance of standing out. Show regular JD Cochran has a bone to pick with us about how we did it.
More personal stories about what it’s like working with men (and women) in this crazy business, and the lessons studios can learn.
Meet the six inspiring, outspoken, and strong women who make up Radio Film School‘s #BreakingTheGlass roundtable short film docu-series.
Today on our biweekly miniseries addressing gender inequality in the business, we discuss perhaps the most pervasive and insidious issue holding women back.
Today we have two professionals in the world of filmmaking to give expert information on 1) the role of “producer” and 2) how to finance a film.
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.
Today we have a provocative update to our “Women in Film” series. Should women think like men to get ahead in the biz?
Today I continue my discussion with show regulars JD & Yolanda about the role that agents and managers play in Hollywood.
Today we get an inside look at the workings of the movie biz and filmmaking as it relates to working with actors and representation.
The Academy’s snub of “The Lego Movie” is an excellent lesson for professional creatives in seeking peer vs. public appreciation.