What is it like working with your spouse? Why is it important to create art that is unique to you? What is the future of Radio Film School? Tune in to find out.
This May marks the 15th anniversary of my video business and this summer marks the 25th anniversary of going to film school. Wow!
A popular reward level for crowdfunded films is a credit in the movie. Apparently, this is a bigger deal than I originally thought. Today we find out why.
Today we explore why the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been able to out-pace the DC Extended Universe in box office and critical acclaim, and what lessons we creators can learn from it.
The #1 question I’ve had about the ridiculous Pepsi ad from a month ago is “How?” How did so many smart people in a room get this so wrong? I think today’s episode of Radio Film School has some potential answers.
It’s NAB this week, and we have a new technology and filmmaking episode you must hear before you spend a dime!
Feedback, in all of its forms, is essential for any artist to grow in his or her craft.
A veteran documentary filmmaker reaches out to lend us a helping hand in the making of our first feature documentary.
“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 the EEOC’s investigation into Hollywood’s hiring practices of women valid? Are women really not treated equitably in Hollywood. According to Scott Baio, the answer is a resounding “No!”