A case study of how Joseph Campbell’s “Hero’s Journey” can be applied to a real life story, and how you can use that concept in your own filmmaking.Read more "Applying “The Hero’s Journey” Can Improve Your Corporate & Event Filmmaking"
Two versions of a film we made for a client provides a lesson in serving your inner muse vs. serving the client.Read more "Serving Your Client vs Serving Your Muse"
Some behind the scenes info and video on the making of a provocative short film about the sex trafficking of teen girls (that is, trying to stop it.)Read more "How the 5D Mark III Helped Me Make My Most Important Film to Date"
I’m happy to bring back to the show fellow Atlanta filmmaker Brandon McCormick or Whitestone Motion Pictures. (You can hear my first interview with Brandon on episode #4). Continuing from my theme yesterday of a pathway to purpose, I’ve asked Brandon back to talk about his latest film, “The Candy Shop: A Fairytale About the […]Read more "Crossing the 180 #23: Brandon McCormick and “The Candy Shop”"
THE CHALLENGE: create a video that, in a “family friendly” way, raises awareness of the sexual exploitation of under-aged girls. Oh, and do it in just 30 seconds. “Yikes!” —— StreetGRACE is an organization fighting against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in the Atlanta Metro. They have a booth this Saturday, Sept 4, […]Read more "A Family Friendly Commercial About the Sexual Exploitation of Children"
I believe that one of the greatest evils on the face of God’s green earth is the exploitation and trafficking of children for sex. When I hear about the horrors that young girls (and some boys, too, by the way) go through in countries like Cambodia, Greece, India, etc., it makes me sick. Disgusted. It […]Read more "Help Fight Sex Trafficking and Child Exploitation in the U.S."