Today we have a bonus episode of Radio Film School solely dedicated to one of the topics we started last week—women in film. Specifically we discuss, “Who are the women masters of yesteryear?”
The “women in film” segment we aired last week only begins to scratch the surface of this deep, broad and complex topic. In today’s episode we bring back Scilla Andreen (CEO of IndieFlix), Stefanie Malone (executive director of NFFTY), Ryan Davis (co-founder of Smarthouse Creative) and Nancy Chang (executive director of ReelGrrls). I also speak to Nichelle Protho, VP of the television and online video production company Sander/Moses. As they discuss the women filmmakers that could be considered masters in the field, some of their answers may surprise you. Names like Maya Deren, Barbara Kopple and…Lucille Ball?
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Music in this Episode
Music from today’s episode was curated from the Free Music Archive and Song Freedom. Click here to see the Song Freedom mixtape for this episode (All rights reserved). The Song Freedom song used was:
- Little Kyoto by Dream City Orchestra
Free Music Archive Songs used:
- “Candlepower” by Chris Zabriskie. CC-BY.
- “Mad Humans” (J. Glaze Remix) by Kellee Maize. CC-BY.
- “Looking Back” by Lee Rosevere. CC-BY-SA.
- “Mad Humans” (Mad Men Remix) by Kellee Maize. CC-BY.