This May marks the 15th anniversary of my video business and this summer marks the 25th anniversary of going to film school. Wow!
MCU vs. DCEU: Lessons for Creators [PODCAST]
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.
NAB Week Special: Technology, Filmmaking and Form Following Function
It’s NAB this week, and we have a new technology and filmmaking episode you must hear before you spend a dime!
Tell Deeper and More Powerful Stories with Iceberg Storytelling
“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.
RFS Bonus – Women in Film Panel Discussion [Re-broadcast]
Now available, our full 4-person “women in film” panel discussion.
Film Composer Nick Kirk and Lessons from the Tin-Man
This Thanksgiving Day special brings back one of my favorite episodes from last year, plus an all-new interview with Whitestone Motions Pictures producer and film composer Nick Kirk.
A Special Message to the Creative Arts Community
I’ve had a heavy heart as of late during this U.S. Presidential election. I wanted to take some time to share my plea to the leaders in our industry.
“Westworld,” “Do the Right Thing” and Managing Audience Reception [RFS-FJ27]
An excerpt from our new podcast about HBO’s “Westworld” and a discussion about Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” set the stage for an insightful discussion about how an audience responds to your film.
Radio Film School Season 2 Premiere – Of Flying Kites and Selling Air Conditioners
Today we have the season 2 premiere of Radio Film School and we look at four essential characteristics to have fulfilling longevity in any artistic endeavor.
A Peek at Season 2 of Radio Film School Plus a Brief History of Cinema
This week we have a teeny peek at what’s ahead in season 2 of Radio Film School, then revisit one of my favorite episodes from season 1.