Today is the first official episode of the Radio Film School mini-series, and Ron addresses the elephant in the room.
It’s great that Radio Film School host Ron Dawson wants this podcast series to make a difference in the industry; but is he really the best person for the job? He has a discussion with JD and Yolanda that you might not expect. We also here from 1st AC Austin Lewis giving his input on what men can do to help bridge the gap of gender inequality in the business. And Stefanie Malone, Executive Director of the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) comes on board as a new podcast producer. She provides an eye-opening insight about Affirmative Action you might not have ever heard.
About the Show
Breaking the Glass is a Radio Film School podcast mini-series and short film docu-series addressing the issues of gender inequality in film and television. Learn more and see the trailer at daredreamer.fm/breaking-the-glass.
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