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A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news ... Ver más
A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news ... Ver más

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  • Why We’ll Be Babysitting AI To Avoid a Cliche Hellhole
    Will artificial Intelligence end our jobs and the world as we know it, or is its “intelligence” limited? While many of us feel nervous for the impact it may have on our careers, A.I. is also opening up new opportunities to those who want to break into the industry.  In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, and Jason Hellerman discuss: The A.I. marketing tool that is being used to gain attention Thinking about whether or not we would use A.I. for certain things  Why we don't think A.I. will be able to make great films The terrifying, yet fascinating, new filter TikTok is rolling out How AI tools can help us democratize film making Knowing how to make the right decisions at the right times Plus, we have a short conversation with Joaquin del Paso and Lucy Pawlak, discussing what it was like to collaborate on the film, The Hole in the Fence. The film, which draws on actual events, dissects politics and privilege through a story that exposes the fault lines of contemporary Mexican society. The film is now available for streaming. Memorable Quotes “People who work in the A.I. industry keep talking about how it could potentially end the world.” [1:35] “The indie film aesthetic and indie film content was driven by available resources.” [21:22] “The biggest skill of a working professional is knowing when you have to make a decision.” [26:27] “Living in that gray area is scary, but sometimes it’s absolutely necessary.” [27:50] Resources: A.I. is about to make social media much more toxic The Hole in the Fence trailer (with English subtitles) Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Send us an email with questions or feedback: [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    1/6/2023
    55:33
  • An Accidental First Feature—Walé Oyéjidé’s on His Stunning ‘Bravo, Burkina!’
    Walé Oyéjidé is a director, writer, designer, photographer, musician, and lawyer who uses the power of storytelling to combat bias. His debut feature, Bravo, Burkina!, had its world premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. The film is about a Burkinabé boy who flees his village and migrates to Italy. When later disillusioned by heartbreak, and haunted by memories of home, he travels through time in hope of regaining all he has lost. In this episode, No Film School’s GG Hawkins and director Walé Oyéjidé, discuss: Not being rigid about the format you use to tell a story Thinking more about the voice of the filmmaker instead of the budget of the project Changing the bias people have towards refugees by casting them for his projects How naivety can help us make big leaps and take chances Giving your team time to work together before committing to a larger, more serious project Contributing deeply to the local communities he works with Why it takes decades to figure out your voice Appreciating all the rejections you get Memorable Quotes  “Finding your voice from the beginning, that’s more precious than any particular tools.” [7:38] “We should not be shy about understanding why we are on this planet.” [17:09] “You’re doing yourself and the world a disservice by not being your best self.” [49:21] “It is better to be quiet than it is to be frivolous.” [52:14] Mentioned Resources: Bravo, Burkina! - Presented by Ethical Fashion Initiative & Ikiré Jones Stills from the film: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Mjad6OiPQF8Bncp5QauS1JPPcdGicOdf Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Send us an email with questions or feedback: [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    26/5/2023
    59:17
  • How To Navigate Hollywood Power Structures and What SAG Striking Means for the WGA
    If you have ever been treated like garbage by others with power positions, we can relate. How do you respond to that type of treatment? Do you “kill them with kindness” or do you yell right back at them? Is there a way that we can train those in the industry to start being more conscious and kind? In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, and Jason Hellerman are joined by award-winning creator, Capella Fahoome to discuss:  Loving the passion-driven film industry How Hollywood should be a place where we can collectively create and treat each other with mutuality Using technology to improve quality of life, not eliminate it Finding a balance between being kind and protecting yourself from exploitation Why email is not effective to use when communicating to those with power What things will look like if SAG decides to go on strike Why groups need to publicly demand things Talking about foreign films that have really moved us The benefits that come with watching foreign films Memorable Quotes “No one person can know everything. You have to have these relationships.” [3:56] “Hollywood is a collection, for all of us creatives to come and meet and collaborate in one place.” [5:21] “We can use A.I. for good. We don’t have to use it to eliminate people’s livelihood.” [9:03] “I hate the term soft skills…they are more important than the hard skills and calling them soft skills make them seem like towels.” [14:20] Resources: How to Be A Hollywood Assistant in Film and TV ‘Joyland’ Director Saim Sadiq Redefines What It Means To Be a Director Capella’s website Capella’s Instagram When Is Now podcast Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Send us an email with questions or feedback: [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    25/5/2023
    59:20
  • How To Break Into TV and Keep Healthy Boundaries
    When it comes to following your dream of breaking into the entertainment industry, you have to hustle in order to make that dream a reality. The question is, when does all that hustling become toxic to your well-being?  In this episode, No Film School’s GG Hawkins and writer Charla Lauriston discuss: How Charla manages living between LA and Vancouver  Having this terrifying and weird desire to do stand up comedy  Taking writing seriously versus not taking it seriously Having a sense of urgency when you dive into a new career in entertainment What she learned from making a terrible web series Why the pandemic felt like a gift  Growing out of the constant, hustling lifestyle  Why she decided to go back to social media after taking three years off Memorable Quotes “Our profession is very anxiety inducing.” [12:05] “If you have the creativeness in your soul and you don’t nurture it, you will go crazy.” [18:48] “It’s very very hard to put up boundaries because there is very little structure in the work that we do.” [37:54] “Where I am is enough. Where I am is okay.” [42:15] Resources: The Werking Writer School Charla’s Instagram The Werking Writer on Instagram Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Send us an email with questions or feedback: [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    19/5/2023
    56:22
  • Is Your Project Fellowship-Ready? Plus, Find The Perfect IP For You
    With the WGA being on its third week of strike, we can’t help but start to think about all the ways the industry is changing and what that looks like for us filmmakers. Will Hollywood still seek out our creative ideas, or will we be pushed to only making IP projects in order to market an existing idea? And how does this all affect brand new filmmakers who are struggling just to get their short films accepted into labs?  In today’s episode, No Film School’s Charles Haine, GG Hawkins, and Jason Hellerman discuss:  Making the most out of a difficult situation, with fun events for those on strike Keeping an eye out on the bargaining dates for DGA and SAG A story about a development executive who was willing to support GG’s stance on the WGA strike What bums us out about IP and the future of the industry Figuring out which IP’s you would like to make your own What labs are actually looking for when you apply   How to know when your projects are ready for labs and festivals The benefits to developing projects in a group  Building on yourself so you can keep getting better Memorable Quotes “Get out there and picket, because your future in Hollywood is dependent on it. Whether you are in the WGA or not.” [6:29] “I try to write things that I know I could potentially make.” [20:39] “If the story stands out…people will look past things that require budgets.” [36:28] “If your mom loves it, ask someone else.” [42:43] Resources: Why Is Hollywood Leaving Tarantino Behind? Which Paid Service Gives the Best Script Coverage? We Tested Three Popular Options Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web https://nofilmschool.com/ Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/nofilmschool Twitter  https://twitter.com/nofilmschool YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/user/nofilmschool Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nofilmschool Send us an email with questions or feedback: [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
    18/5/2023
    52:22

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A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
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